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Luce Eterna: Part 1 (The Luminara Series Book 5) by SJ Molloy – Review by Jenni Bishop

Luce Eterna: Part 1: Book 5, The Luminara SeriesLuce Eterna: Part 1: Book 5, The Luminara Series by S.J. Molloy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

4.5 stars

Luce Eterna: Part 1: Book 5, The Luminara Series by SJ Molloy is dark and erotic but is quite the emotional rollercoaster ride. Heart officially broken! Sobbing is a given so stock up on those tissues. SJ once again puts these characters through dark, raw and tumultuous times that would break even the strongest of people. With even more twists and secrets, angst, and turmoil I was engrossed and enthralled. SJ’s writing style turns her stories into page turners and become addictive.

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Luce Eterna: Part 1 (The Luminara Series Book 5) by SJ Molloy – Review by Michelle Austin

Luce Eterna: Part 1: Book 5, The Luminara SeriesLuce Eterna: Part 1: Book 5, The Luminara Series by S.J. Molloy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was so excited to get the final book in this love story. We have gone through so much with these two so many twists and turns and drama and this book brings so much more. I will warn that you better have some kleenex handy, my emotions were all over the place.

Lexi and Luca face so many difficult things as parents, things that will test their strength, love and courage. I will admit that Lexi had me frustrated on so many levels, I felt bad for Luca quite a bit. I really don’t want to say much more because I don’t want to give anything away. Be prepared for another cliffhanger that will leave you wanting the next book now. I have come to really enjoy this author’s books, she does a great job with her writing. I will warn that there are some things that may cause triggers for some. 1-click and get started on this series today.

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Luce Eterna: Part 1 (The Luminara Series Book 5) by SJ Molloy – Review by Heidi Schoolman

Luce Eterna: Part 1: Book 5, The Luminara SeriesLuce Eterna: Part 1: Book 5, The Luminara Series by S.J. Molloy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the 5th book in The Luminara Series. This is a Dark Erotica novel and is 543 pages. This story follows Lucca and Lexi. Lucca and Lexi had twins, born premature, and Luciano needed to stay at the hospital. On the day of Luciano’s homecoming, the worst trauma any parent could face happens. Lexi steps up as her maternal instincts kick in but Lucca heads into a downward spiral dredging up memories that kicks his PTSD into overdrive. Can they endure this, or will it break them?

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Sons of Sindicato (Sons of Sindicato ) by Cam Johns & Sonya Jesus – Review by Stephanie Chapman

Sons of Sindicato (Sons of Sindicato #0)Sons of Sindicato by Cam Johns
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sons of Sindicato is an edgy romance novel written by the collaborative efforts of Cam Johns and Sonya Jesus. Braelynn has just obtained her approval of being a partner in a notorious law firm. Despite all of her diligent work, Thomas Wexler seems to not be happy making her a partner. Determined to amend any hard feelings between them, Braelynn stays late and enters his office. Wexler is working on something and seems agitated at her interruption of his privacy. Tension is building and Wexler locks the office door; this isn’t the first time Braelynn has been at the mercy of her boss; only this time she has a secret that will be her saving grace.
Attorneys and clients should never be involved in anything beyond a business relationship. This suspense story involves the Giordano family and a young black female attorney needing to have a common goal. Braelynn is involved in a serious relationship with Seth, and their relationship has been a secret. After waiting on Braelynn, Seth enters the building and finds Wexler dead and his girlfriend’s clothing shredded from an attack. Immediately, his criminal mind turns on and Braelynn is thrown into the world of the Sindicato organization. Will she be able to keep her job as an attorney? Will the mob accept her as a family, or will she be left alone?
The writing is intense in this short book, and I am eagerly looking forward to reading the next book in the series. I am an avid fan of suspense crime novels and Sons of Sindicatio delivers everything I look for in a 5-star book. The action, raw emotion, and uncertainty of what path each character will take held my attention all the way to the ending. The end is perfect for a seamless transition into a sequel.

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Luce Eterna: Part 1 (The Luminara Series Book 5) by SJ Molloy – Review by Ashley Dover

Luce Eterna: Part 1: Book 5, The Luminara SeriesLuce Eterna: Part 1: Book 5, The Luminara Series by S.J. Molloy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Luce Eterna: Part 1 is very different from the lust and sex-filled earlier books of The Luminara Series. Life has left Lucca and Lexi’s life together in upheaval. Lexi was abducted a second time while being very pregnant with their twins. Though the first few days were watching and waiting to make sure the twins’ lungs were able to function, being a Mamma is something that Lexi was made for. She is fiercely protective of their daughter, Alessia, and their son, Luciano.

Waiting for the day when Luciano would be able to come home has been gruelly for both Lucca and Lexi. Then the unspeakable happens, and they have another abduction to worry about. Lucca and Lexi have to pull together to fight a battle once again. Will the strain bring them together or force them apart? And what part will secrets held play a part in their future?

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Luce Eterna: Part 1 (The Luminara Series Book 5) by SJ Molloy – Review by Liz Vrchota

Luce Eterna: Part 1: Book 5, The Luminara SeriesLuce Eterna: Part 1: Book 5, The Luminara Series by S.J. Molloy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow… What to say for sure is hard for me with this review. SJ Molloy is new to me as an author. I was slightly warned this was a dark read with all the dark and twisted things that normally don’t bother me but actually tend to draw me into reads. You see, I like to escape and find things that pull me out of the darkness that can be my own life sometimes. I want it to hurt more than my own. Well Ms. Molloy, you have surely outdone yourself with this novel and this series. I like it. I don’t know what that says about me but I really, really like it and I want more. I am invested in these characters and I will be going back for more to see where they began and how we ended up here. I do slightly wish I had done so before diving in here but that was my own mistake. I won’t divulge what happens in this book. That would be a travesty at best but I will say if you want dark romance, erotica written with taste and done in a way you want to enjoy and feel as if you slipped away for a bit, this is the book for you, maybe even the series. I will say don’t pick it up if you are sensitive and have easy triggers. Just don’t.

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Sons of Sindicato (Sons of Sindicato ) by Cam Johns & Sonya Jesus – Review by Amanda DelFemine

Sons of Sindicato (Sons of Sindicato #0)Sons of Sindicato by Cam Johns
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Cam Johns really knows how to bring mayhem, murder, and mafia into a great story. I absolutely loved this book. Braelynn is a strong female character that really empowered me and Johns made you fall in love with all of the characters no matter how good or bad they were.

Braeylynn gets caught up in a predicament but is it truly self defense or is this something she has been wanting to do. She ends up turning over secrets that help her mafia boyfriends father gain power within the family. She struggles with the acceptance because she is not of Italian heritage.

I don’t know what you are waiting for! Go and grab this book!!

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Sons of Sindicato (Sons of Sindicato ) by Cam Johns & Sonya Jesus – Review by Angela Packard

Sons of Sindicato (Sons of Sindicato #0)Sons of Sindicato by Cam Johns
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Braelynn Shaw, just made partner in her law firm. A law firm that defends the worst of the worst criminals. I loved this story of intrigue and romance. Not only does the lawyer fall in love with one of her clients, but she isn’t Irish, a requirement of his father. Can they overcome the hurdles put in their way? Will a common enemy help them to follow their hearts? I couldn’t put this book down and read it in one sitting. I fell in love with the characters and was rooting them on the whole way.
Definitely getting the next book to read.

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Sons of Sindicato (Sons of Sindicato ) by Cam Johns & Sonya Jesus – Review by Kari Williams

Sons of Sindicato (Sons of Sindicato #0)Sons of Sindicato by Cam Johns
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sons of Sindicato is the prequel in the Sons of Sindicato series by Cam Johns and Sonya Jesus. It was a very quick read, but boy did it pack a punch. I was hooked from page one!

Braelynn is a criminal defense attorney at a high profile law firm that works with known members of the mafia. But Braelynn has a couple of secrets that could destroy everything.

Seth is one of the sons of the Sindicato. He is implusive and hot headed and his dad, the leader of the Sindicato doesn’t approve.

This prequel is full of secrets, love, and strategy. And leads beautifully right into the first full novel of the series!

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Luminoso (The Luminara Series, Book 4) by SJ Molloy – Review by Michelle Austin

Luminoso (Luminara, #4)Luminoso by S.J. Molloy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’m continuing to get pulled into this great thrilling series. There was so much going on my head was spinning. I will warn this book is not to be read as a stand alone.

There is danger lurking around the corner for Lexi and Lucca is determined to keep her safe. They travel to Tuscany to get away. We continue to get a glimpse at memories that Lexi has which helps explain the darkness and her fears. Will Lucca be able to keep Lexi and her mother safe?

The author does a great job of pulling you right in with her writing. I continue to love the characters and Lucca is such a great loving man that I can’t help but grow more and more in love with him myself. His past does come back to haunt him in this book as well. My emotions were all over the place. Watching these two grow as a couple just makes your heart swell. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.

Reviewed by @mab54615
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