Title: BOYSTOWN: SEASON THREE (Boystown #3)
Author: Jake Biondi
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: April 27th 2015
Genre(s): M/M Contemporary Romance, Soap opera, Suspense
Page Count: 443
Reviewed by: LenaR
Heat Level: 2 flames out of 5
Rating: 3 stars out of 5
It’s a race against time to save those caught in the New Year’s Eve explosion. The survivors may not be the lucky ones as they struggle to restore normalcy to their lives. As the smoke clears, families are torn apart and lives are permanently altered.
Even more dangerous than the bomb, the Mancini-Ciancio feud heats up as family members fight for control and survival. At the same time, Jesse Morgan faces the fallout from his plan to break up his mother and her husband, Keith Colgan works to keep his past from destroying his future, Rachel Carson begins a plan that may have deadly consequences, and the search for the fourth Mancini brother reveals secrets that threaten to tear relationships apart forever.
It all culminates in a fabulous fundraiser like none that anyone in Boystown has ever experienced.
Welcome home to BOYSTOWN!
Love, Sex, Affairs and Libido. That was the slogan of the both previous books in the series.
Hate, Vengeance, Libido and HATRED is the slogan of the third book. Honestly, I have never met this HUGE number of people in one book, who plan to get rid of their enemies/rivals in THIS radical way. And I don’t know if I can tolerate it any longer. Not this quantity of hatred, but this quantity of drama that accompanies the story.
I warn you again, you have to be in the mood for a written soap opera that is overloaded with DRAMA. Of course ONLY in case, you’re NOT a passionate fan of old Mexican soap operas. If you ARE, then it is a MUST READ for you.
If you decide to give it a try (after all my mild warnings) – don’t take it too seriously, make a list with the name of all MCs (there are many of them!) and how ALL of them are connected with each other. Just a friendly advice.
You’ll thank me after. Because I don’t think that there are too many hard-boiled readers who can read all three already existing books in one sitting. And if you read them with a year/a half of a year interval you’ll no longer know who is who. Just some friendly advice.