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Summary

Peter Santori is living the dream. He’s got a hot gangster boyfriend named Gio who treats him with the respect he deserves. It’s a fairy tale come true. He may not know much about what’s going on in Gio’s business, but that’s okay with him. He’s perfectly fine with sitting around and looking pretty.   

But when disaster strikes, Peter’s world is turned upside-down. Now he must make some tough decisions, and those decisions could make or break him. 

Michael Kage Santori is fascinated with his uncle Peter’s journals. Not only does the story play out like a Shakespearean tragedy, but it could hold the key to why his life turned out the way it did. Complicated. 

But Kage has a lot more to worry about besides his uncle’s diaries. He’s lost his boyfriend, and the only way to get him back is to play hardball with some real bad guys. 

Follow Kage and Jamie, and Peter and Gio as their story concludes in Santori Reloaded, the final chapter in the Santori Trilogy.

©2019 Maris Black (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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More... More..! SERIOUSLY, Maris, can ya hear me?!

I never write reviews, just give the stars. I saw Kage on audible, liked the idea of a gay MMA fighter love story, erotica not my normal thing but it was Christmas. I treated myself.
I was hooked pretty quickly. Half way through the first audiobook and I paid and completed the Kage trilogy.
I was grieving half way through the third because I knew it was ending and then checked out Maris Black on audible and found this Santori trilogy. It was like Christmas morning came early. Instantly paid and got them downloaded and ready to go.
I have ADHD and personally struggle to hold focus on an Audiobook unless im busy doing three other things, but when I tell you that i knocked these 6 audiobooks out one after the other over the space of 4 days with a constant movie playing in my minds eye the whole time, JF Harding giving me life, I'm telling you I fell in love with Kage and Jamie a little bit!

Now I have completed them and I'm feeling a spot of grief. I'm not in bits but I crave more.

My partner, by the way, has taken a lot of hysterical pleasure out how how much of a squealing Belieber I have turned into over these stories. Stressing and twisting with every revelation and set up for drama I could see coming down the line and the effect those hammers caused when they came down. I have theorised and used him as a sounding board and he don't give a damn... But I did it anyway!

My only 2 gripes are thus.
As a therapist myself in the UK, I felt myself challenged by the therapists in these stories and their demonstrated ethics and boundaries... But its a story so I told myself to stop gate keeping and get over it... And I did. But they kept me guessing. I was very suspicious of their motives throughout. Which was good. I was Holmesing for clues.

The major gripe, and this was just me personally, was the Peter segue. I completely understand the need for it and the depth it gave the story was brilliant. The way it connected in, in story while functioning as if we had gone back in time and were right there along with Peter was fascinating. I even suspended the concept that Peter wrote his journal like Maris Black writes a story... I liked it... As a writer myself I appreciated the artistic experimentation. However, I loved the ongoing drama with Kage and Jamie and the first half of this story completing Peter's... Felt a bit like I was missing out on some quality Jamage time. The Peter and Gio story was nice... And fricken vivid to the point I actually felt some vicarious trauma at one point (very well done, btw, no complaints here, just, wow... Heartbreaking). But yeah, I needs me some more... But I know this story is genuinely complete now and any more would probably spoil it.

Lovely ending but I really wanted that signature book to come back into it. For them to see Peter's and Gio's name... Which I guess they did. It left that last part of their lives to our imagination and I kinda like that.

The grief is real and I have read some other reviews and know I am not alone. I need to go and process now.

Just... Thank you, Maris Black... You ruined me! Hahaha

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Disappointing and hurried end

Worst of the trilogy. Unsatisfactory ending. Performance saved it. Just wish it wasn’t rushed and a bit silly by the end

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Disappointing ending to this intriguing trilogy...

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As far as the story is concerned 3 stars only. Disappointing. Wow...that was one weird, rushed ending. Anyone else ever given a thought to Kage's real father since Kage?? Talk about completely out of left field...and that marriage **coughs and chokes** proposal, sooo romantic [not]. Think the author just got fed up with the characters, and decided to cut her losses. Oh, and as for the serial killer 🤬🤬🤬. Well, are we readers really so clueless as to not believe that he hadn't framed/blackmailed that poor boy Ryan, come on...it was sooo obvious...which means of course that Gio wasn't unfaithful to Peter Santori at all, and was indeed set up by his jealous and totally unbalanced henchman. Theo Brown was a completely toxic little b*****d and a sadistic son of a bitch too. He deserves every bad thing that comes to him...and the sooner, the better.

The audio gets 5 stars. J.F. Harding is just awesome, and as long as I like the author, he will be an auto-buy from now on.

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  • Just Browsing
  • 05-07-19

Just wow. I have no words...

The twists and turns this story took, the unexpected sympathy and heart break for the uncle, an epic journey of lies, greed and love. From the start it sucks you in until you have spent the entire weekend binging on Kage and Jamie. It will be hard to move on from this, to go back to the run-of-the-mill stories that pale in comparison. Few writers can bring it like Maris Black. I listened to the Santori trilogy on Audible and the narrator is top notch as well.

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  • Andra Nickerson
  • 14-05-19

A perfect ending to a perfect series!

Maris Black continues to amaze! If you loved the Kage trilogy this one will is the perfect read for you! There are surprises , angst, and heat. The world she has created for Kag e and Jamie is a world of never-ending possibilities. J.F. Harding brings something that I doubt any other narrator can to these characters. If you don't call in love with his grow!y Kage I weep for you!!!

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  • Heather Thomason
  • 22-07-19

Oh My!

The Kage trilogy and the Santori trilogy ripped my soul out of my chest. These books were so amazing. The heartbreak was real but I am so happy for ending. Kage and Jamie forever!!!

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  • ShannonVM
  • 23-06-19

This book was everything!

I wish I could upload the photo I took of myself after finishing this audiobook. I was sitting in the parking lot at work and that epilogue just did me in! All the emotions from this story just unloaded and I had tears streaming down my face- this series was everything! Silly me, thinking I would have been happy if Kage and Jamie's story had been wrapped up with the Kage trilogy- silly, silly me.
I never would have cried tears over and for Peter if Ms. Black hadn't continued on with this world. And my word, did I cry tears for Peter- hating myself the whole time. I'm so glad Ms. Black told Peter's story- as much as I'm all about Jamie and Kage, it really did "humanize" Peter, if only for a minute, and I think we all needed to see that side of him. I'll never not hate him, but I understand him a little better.

I don't think I could have asked for a better ending to Kage and Jamie's story. It really was everything I wanted, needed, and more than I ever imagined. This trilogy took not only them on quite a journey, but me as well, and it was one I wasn't sure any of us would come out of unscathed.

JF Harding was once again phenomenal. Having to portray three points of view throughout this trilogy couldn't have been easy, but he did such a fantastic job, I was so anxious for this final book that I almost broke down and read it, but I'm so glad I waited for the audio. He really was so wonderful as not only Kage and Jamie, but Peter as well. Especially young Peter in this last book. I'm so sad that this is good-bye!

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  • Beatriz Guerra
  • 08-01-20

AMAZING!!!

This is the best series I’ve read!!! I could continue reading about Kage and Jamie for ever!!! Intrigue, passion, evil, endless loves, heartbreak, tears, angst...I cried, got pissed, got worried, my heart broke...every emotion, I went through it.

I’m not going to spoil this for anyone, but Kage/Jamie and Peter/Gio love stories are out of this world.

Do I recommend this books? HELL YEAH!!! Don’t miss out. I just can’t stop! I wished there was more!

And don’t get me started on JF Harding...sizzling!!! His narration was amazing!!!

Marie Black you just made a new fan! Keep’em coming!

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  • Stephen D. Rhett
  • 01-09-19

The Kage/Santori Saga

Loved it so much I cried
The entire saga
Would recommend it to anyone
Two thumbs up


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  • Wilfredo
  • 17-08-19

Hot....

A good ending for this thrilogy, passion and love, betrayal and hot sex fantasies, well done.

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  • Captivated Listener!!
  • 30-06-19

Maris Black does it again..⭐⭐⭐👏👏👏

What a wonderful and interesting conclusion to a 5⭐🔥🔥⭐⭐ series. I really enjoyed those journals and Peter's stories throughout this series. I suspected Theo was a douche bag early on but he was really something else. And J. F. Harding stole my heart with his narrations; so full of emotion and engaging keeping me hooked into each book. He's one of my favs....

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  • alicesib
  • 29-06-19

This series wrecked me! ❤️

Little did I know when I began this series, that I would fall in love. I am wrecked, I want to follow Kage and Jamie through the rest of their lives and I want so badly to go back in time and give a happier ending to poor Pete. I’m so grateful to Maris Black for these loving characters and applaud J.F Harding for the narration!

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  • 4The❤️OfBooks
  • 28-06-19

I LOVE KAGE AND JAMIE

Although I love, love, love Kage and Jamie I was a little disappointed that they had to share the book with Peter and Gio. Don't get me wrong, Peter and Gio story was interesting and good but I just felt a little cheated that Kage and Jamie weren't the main focus. Overall this is a very good story with a perfect ending.

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