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Summary

I started a blood war.

I've made a terrifying enemy.

Over a single woman.

It was a stupid decision, but I don't have any regrets.

Because Bellissimo is finally mine.

©2016 Penelope Sky (P)2018 Penelope Sky

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  • RomanceTHOT
  • 18-03-18

Loved it BUT I’m annoyed with the author

So while I loved the story, it was the cutest, it didn’t align with the epilogue at the end of Crow and Pearl’s series. That epilogue (set 5 Years in the future) implied that Caine was still single, being an immature slut, and working in arms dealing. I find this HIGHLY irritating because that means no one paid attention to the damn story when editing and writing it. Had to dock a star for that.

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  • nisi rai
  • 30-03-18

Something doesn't add up

Maybe its just me, or I'm reading too much into this... But this book totally contradicts the epilogue in 'Buttons & Pain'. I mean, I'm all for Cain's HEA but it literally undoes the ending in Crow and Pearl's. It just really bugs me.

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  • CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹
  • 26-03-18

THIS IS A BINGE-WORTHY FIVE STAR SERIES

After the first three books in this awesome series about Buttons and Crow I really didn’t think I’d enjoy this second trilogy quite as much.. oh how wrong I was as it’s every bit as gripping, sexy, sighworth, thrilling, descriptive and intense as the previous books. Penelope Sky’s well-paced complex romances take time to develop, her characters take time to fall in love and they take their time to reveal all the well-written emotional feels contained within their covers.

Caine hadn’t bargained to fall in love with Adelina.. but that’s exactly what he did. Adelina had been loaned out to Caine for a whole month as collateral for an arms deal. But, as time slowly slips away, Caine loves coming home to his new house guest, enjoys their talks, relishes their relationship and realizes he doesn’t want to hand Adelina back to the abusive monster who owns her. But Adeline wants to go back. she has a bff who was snatched alongside her and she’s not prepared to abandon her.. so Caine has no choice other than to take Adeline back. Caine then spends days missing her, feeling regret, heartache, guilt and frustration over the loss of the woman he realizes he loves.. until he finally snaps and declares war to get his woman back. But it wasn’t going to be easy, it wasn’t going to be without bloodshed and it wasn’t going to be a walk in the park with Adelina.. because Caine was going to have to work hard for their HEA ending.

It’s not as dark as the Buttons story but it’s just as addictive. I do think narrators can either make or break a story.. and thankfully the story was in good hands with these two wonderful narrators whose talents brought the story and characters to life. Four different POVs, Buttons and Crow were front and centre at times and very much in the forefront of the story along with Adeline’s and Caine’s.

Worth a credit? Yes, it’s a binge-worthy epic series overflowing with drama, angst and feels.

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  • Nita Williams
  • 17-03-18

Button and Grace

Great story hope it contue. I have read the whole series and I am so happy for crow and Cain.☺

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  • Jill
  • 10-09-21

beautiful ending to a great series

I absolutely loved this book set. I couldn't put it down. All of the characters just pulled me in.

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  • JP
  • 04-07-21

Cane & Adelina; Crow & Pearl

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Audible review. Four POV (Cane, Crow, Pearl & Adelina's). Book 6 of 6 in the Buttons series. The majority of the book is narrated in an average American accent even though both male leads are Italian; Michael briefly adopts a French accent, an Indian accent, and an Italian accent; Samantha adopts a terrible Southern accent. While this is a nice conclusion overall, books 4, 5 and 6 don't fit the epilogue of book 3. Trigger warnings: human trafficking; rape survivors; murder.

Tristan wants to trade Crow for Pearl. Pearl and Lars are safe in Greece while Crow is being beaten and tortured by Tristan in Italy. Cane makes a deal with Constantine, the Skull Kings will help rescue Crow and Cane will give him the arms business. Crow is rescued and sent by helicopter to a hospital. Constantine turned Tristan over to Cane and Cane shot him twice in the head. Crow undergoes major surgery to repair his injuries. Crow goes home with Pearl. Crow offers Cane a partnership in his wine business and Cane accepts. Adelina confronts Cane about his feelings, Cane storms out and doesn't speak to her. Cane and Adelina reunite, he invites her to work with him at the vineyard, she then tells him she wants to return home, Cane finally tells her all that he'd gone through to save her, and now he considers her his property. Adelina visits Pearl, tells her that Cane won't let her go, Crow & Pearl confront Cane, Cane tells Adelina she can go, Cane purchases property to expand the vineyard, Crow takes Pearl to the doctor to check on her pregnancy, Cane sends Adelina home with financial support and a cell phone. Cane gets arrested for drunk driving, Crow picks him up, Adelina rents a house down the street from her parents' home, and she goes to school for her teaching credentials. Cane visits Adelina, takes her to dinner then back to her place, she finally tells him she loves him, they go to see her parents, Cane invites them to move to Italy, they agree, Cane proposes, they move her parents to Tuscany, and they get married.

There are 3 epilogues: #1) Pearl giving birth to Conway (their first born, even though book 3 in the series named their first born Vanessa, their son Constantine and they were expecting a third. [It would've made more sense if Conway was their 3rd child but I guess the author didn't like Vanessa and Constantine as their children.] #2) Everyone has dinner. #3) Adelina gives birth to Carter, their son. JP

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  • Budlady
  • 24-06-21

Delightful

Loved the story and narration. Proves if set free that you can get back. Recommend

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  • veronica gaynor
  • 22-07-20

Wow

I loved all the books, it was a wonderful story that didn’t start out so great but ended beautifully,

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  • Laura
  • 08-07-20

Not very plausible

I did enjoy the storyline however there were several scenes where the dialog and conclusions were straight up ridiculous. The narrators were great, and I was drawn to see what would happen for these people but the lack of better scene development was a big let down.

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  • Beverly Martin
  • 23-05-20

Amazing

Amazing ending to a wonderful six book series! I absolutely loved it! Wish there was another book - loved following their lives!