Title: The Last Fall (Easter’s Lilly #6)
Author: Judy Serrano
Published: Jan 18, 2016
Octavo Montiago has been living in his cousin’s shadow for years. Diego Jr. also know as Junior has taken over the organisation from his step-father, and has made quite a name for himself. As he and his cousin Octavio co-run the syndicate together, Octavio finds himself unable to keep himself out of trouble on his own, leaving his cousin consistently in charge of damage control.
Finally, Octavio has met his match and falls in love with the beautiful Siobhan. Although Siobhan is on the right side of the law, that makes her the enemy of the Montiago family. As Octavio continues to walk down the path of desperation, things take a turn for the worst. The Mafia encroaches upon his life, forcing him to make a difficult decision. As he finally feels he has met with some peace, the odds are yet again against him.
Can Junior get him out of this one, or is Octavio on his own to free yet another damsel in distress. Is love worth dying for? You be the judge.
I have read the complete Easter’s Lilly series so far and was delighted to be asked to review the new book in the series, The Last Fall.
In this book it focuses more on Octavio and is told in his point of view, although all of the much loved characters and some of the not so nice ones from previous books are in it.
I was hoping that this book would be along the same lines as the other books and I was not disappointed, I love the organization stuff, the dangerous situations, the shocks and twists and turns that appear throughout the book.
I didn’t know much about Octavio or Tavvy as we know him by up until this book and therefore and so pleased that Jusy Serrano included his side of things, I felt I got to know him on a whole new level. Although he does fall in love way to easily, which causes some problems.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and would recommend this series to anyone that wants a change to their usual genres. Judy Serrano pens a fantastic addition to the series and as it was left on a cliff hanger I am sure there will be another book soon.
Disclaimer: I was sent an ebook of The Last Fall in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.