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  • Taschenbuch: 368 Seiten
  • Verlag: Harpercollins Publishers (3. Juli 2014)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 000753633X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0007536337
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 20 x 2,4 x 12,9 cm
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Praise for Jay Crownover: 'A wildly addicting read!' Cora Carmack, New York Times bestselling author of Losing It 'Deliciously real, raw, and romantic. Jay Crownover is amazing!' Monica Murphy, New York Times bestselling author 'The characters of Crownover's Marked Men series are all outlandishly colorful and irresistibly passionate, while still being so genuine that their stories become unforgettable' RT BOOK REVIEWS

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Jay Crownover lives in Colorado. She loves tattoos and body modification and loves to incorporate what she sees into her writing. She loves to read, particularly any kind of great story that engages; and of course a pretty, tatted-up bad boy always makes it better.

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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von LittleDarling am 10. Januar 2014
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“Rome”, the third book in the Marked Men series is yet another hit for Jay Crownover.

It is darker and more serious than the previous books, yet it is just as sexy, spunky and touching.

While Rule and Jet were tattooed, trouble-making bad boys, Rome is a straight-laced, honourable ex-soldier that is trying to come to terms with his life as a civilian – feeling out of place and lost. Though he has left the battlefield behind, he is still at war – with himself, his family, his friends, his guilt, his future and his past. He is a tortured soul that is threatened to be consumed by darkness. Unable to control his emotions, he ends up hurting the ones that love him unconditionally and that want to help him.

That is where Cora steps in. Not one to keep her mouth shut when she sees her friends being treated badly,s he give Rome a piece of her mind and makes her point by giving him a beer shower. She is not scared of his crappy attitude or the darkness surrounding him. And this is exactly what draw him to her – her calling things as she sees them. She is colorful, vibrant and strong. Used to speaking her own mind and living according to her own rules, she can be quite a handful. But she is also loving, caring and loyal to a fault. For her friends, whom she considers her family she would sacrifice everything. Despite all her sparkle and shine, she carries shadows from her past that make it hard for her to trust and to believe in love. Yet she can’t help being magically drawn to Rome.

The two couldn’t be more opposite if they tried and at the same time they are very alike. This leads to an intense and breath-taking chemistry. When they hit it off, it couldn’t have been any more sensual.
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Der dritte Band der Marked Men hat mir wieder gut gefallen, allerdings fand ich die ersten beiden Bücher noch besser. Ich freue mich auf die noch ausstehenden Bände und hoffe noch viel von Jay Crownover lesen zu können!
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I Have No Idea Where to Start.... 7. März 2014
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Wow...just wow. I LOVED the first two books in the series but this one was so difficult to get through. I really have no idea where to start. I am not a person who believes that romances have to be picture perfect and tied with a pretty bow....but really REALLY? That was the ONLY direction you could go with this story??



I understand the concept of a writer wanting to go on a different path. I understand not wanting to write the same story over and over again. After all, there are several characters in the series and they will all ultimately end up happily every after; you have to mix it up a little - I get it. I do not think that a one night stand followed by an unplanned/unwanted pregnancy was the way to go here. I did not find it cute, sexy, or romantic at all. It truly made me sick to my stomach. I loved Cora and Rome before I read this story and now...I am terrified to read Nash. There was hardly any build up at all. What exactly is their relationship built on, a few orgasms and some sass? Sorry...I just can't. It was ridiculous and sadly predictable. I even remember saying, "Oh great, she's going to end up pregnant after the first time. That's where this is going. (Some pages later) Yup! I was right."

Cora had her heart broken by her ex and finds out that he is getting married. She is looking for the perfect man, someone whom she does not have to "fix" or put up with his ****. What does she get? Some severe PTSD and a baby...awesome...true love right there. I work in the mental health field and let's just orgasm and a few nice words does not repair trauma...sorry it just doesn't. If Cora and Rome had developed some sort of relationship foundation first and then she helped Rome get some help for his struggles maybe this story line could have been salvaged.

Instead, the following took place:

1) Cora acted like a brat and treated Rome terribly even though he was clearly struggling from something other than a sour mood

2) Rome responded in kind and they treated each other like trash

3) Within a very short time of bickering back and forth they "fall" for each other (we're talking a VERY SHORT TIME here)

4) They have sex randomly the morning after he wakes up from a night of black-out drinking- that is so hot and tempting (insert sarcasm here)

5) Cora gets pregnant - nothing says "love" like an unplanned pregnancy after a one night stand

6) I threw up in my mouth

7) I yelled "NOOOOO!" a lot - much to the detriment of my dog and his sensitive eardrums

8) I threw my kindle in my desk drawer and didn't read the rest for four months because I couldn't take it

9) I skimmed through the remainder of the book in an hour because I just wanted it to be over - kind of like a flu shot or an enema

10) The end

That was how it went down. Terrible, terrible, terrible direction for the story to go. It made my eyes bleed and my soul die. I swear if Nash ends up romancing a homeless drug addict and "cleaning her up" in less than a week...I'm giving up on the whole series.
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Yikes... 14. Januar 2014
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First I want to start off on a good note by saying I loved Rule (written by the same author). Then I read Jet, the companion book to Rule, and thought not as good...not really even close. But I decided to give Rome a chance none the less because hello, hot soldier and brother to Rule, how could this go wrong? Well it went all kinds of wrong. I get that Jay Crownover obviously writes what she knows, and she knows and loves tattoo guys, but come on lets change the formula a bit girl. She is a talented writer so I know it is in her, but it is like she does not trust herself enough to stray a little bit with her writing. You can still write about your "marked men" just change the story up a little.
I liked Rome enough as a character I guess, but found myself completely detached from Cora. She was a girl that was supposed to be so tough and looking and waiting for Mr. Right but a few minor encounters with Rome and his "bad boy" attitude and good looks have her giving in rather quickly. There was little to no build up in their relationship, or there attraction to one another for that matter so when they finally "hooked up" I was left feeling unsatisfied. They did not seem to have any chemistry at all, which is very awkward for this genre. Honestly I'm not sure exactly why it is these two wanted to get together in the first place, or what kept them together later.
Now here is my biggest complaint, and maybe I am being too hard on Jay Crownover, but I have to say it. Men do not talk like this, or have relationships with other men like she portrays in her books. Now to be fair she did not do this in Rule, but as we extended into Jet and Rome, the friendship with all the boys turned way to girlie for me. I have a lot of guy friends so I know that they do not all sit around and talk deeply about their feelings and their relationships. Seriously if you read the conversations these guys were having and didn't know it was a bunch of dudes, you would think you were listening to a bunch of girls talking; not being sexist, just being honest. This is not how guys talk to their other guy friends, sorry. Total turn off.
Now if you like this author, and you liked both Rule and Jet, then you will probably like this book. But if you, like me, enjoyed Rule, but didn't care for Jet, then don't waste your money.
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Can I give Rome 10 stars? 7. Januar 2014
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Jay Crownover really knows how to write beautiful, yet heart wrenching tales. She embeds her stories and characters into my heart. From page one, Jay wrapped me in her beautifully tattooed arms and didn't let go. Rome's story is different from the rest. For me, it was a lot more raw because we go through the emotions of PTSD along with Rome. It was painful to read and painful to stand by to watch him unleash his demons on those around him. With Rule, I fell head over heels. SIGH. With Jet, I learned I can most definitely swoon over a rocker. With Rome, I wanted to be his friend, his confidant, and savior. I wanted to give the big guy a huge bear hug and never let go. BUT Cora had the same idea as me. : )

Cora is one of my favorite characters out of the whole series. Her boys are so lucky to have such a colorful and bold little chic around to either knock them on their booties when needed or be an impenetrable defense when things get rough in their lives. Rome learns he need a 'Cora', in his life too, but she is so not his type and Rome is most definitely not her picture perfect future.

Let me tell ya, I cried just about every other page and there were some chapters where I could not stop crying! It was a sob fest galore!! Rome was written with so much REAL heartache, you would think that it was written about actual people. It was written with so much depth and soul. It was wonderful , and healing, to revisit old characters like Shaw and Rome. This book is going to stay with me for a very long time. I am so grateful for amazing authors like Jay Crownover!
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Rome 8. Januar 2014
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****I was given an ARC of this book for my honest review****
Cora is fun loving pint sized receptionist and piercer, she meddles in everyone else's lives after having her heart broken she only wants the perfect guy. Rome is far from perfect, he is finally home trying to figure out how to fit into civilian life. The two of them aren't what each other were looking, but they are exactly what each of them needs and they are about to find out that perfect is overrated. Rome is the third book in the Marked Men series while it can be read as a stand alone I would suggest reading the first two books to get the background on the other characters, and they are really good. Cora loves her boys, she loves her job, she loves to meddle and when she finds a perfect man she is going to settle down and have the perfect little life. Other than Cora being completely delusional because really nobodies perfect, I liked her she was a sarcastic take charge woman who had her heart broken. She acted like a complete idiot sometimes, but she had a good heart and once she loved someone she was ready and willing to do everything possible to help them. Rome poor Rome he was battling his own demons, at times he may have acted like a jerk but with what was going on in his head I don't blame him. There was one thing in this book that was a huge problem for me, but that was only because it has become a big pet peeve of mine that seems to be happening in a lot of books lately, I know that was vague but to avoid spoilers I'm just going to leave it at that, except to say yes it does have to do with sex in the book. Cora and Rome don't seem like they fit together, at times certain times it felt it a little bit the relationship was forced, and I didn't really understand what it was beyond circumstances that held these two together. I wasn't wowed and didn't get that whole these two people belong together feeling while reading their story. The writing itself is good, the story does pull you and keep you interested, and the sex is hot, it's just not my favorite one in the series.
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A Must Read for New Adult Romance Fans! 21. Januar 2014
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'Rome' is the third book in the Marked Men series - a New Adult contemporary romance series that follows the tattooed guys from Marked tattoo shop. This installment features the oldest of them, Rome Archer, as he attempts to fit back into civilian life after serving for almost a decade in the Army. He's seen and done things that have changed him forever, and he's having a hard time adjusting to life back at home. Rome's character is very realistic and honest. I like that the author was so candid about soldiers returning home after war and having PTSD and problems readjusting. It sheds light on a sensitive and important topic in our society. Aside from being back from the Army, Rome is the ultimate American man - he's tall, strong, loyal, protective of those he loves, and totally hot.

The other main character in the story is leading lady Cora Lewis - or "Tink" to her friends. She may be short and petite, but she's got the attitude and guts of someone twice her size. She works at Marked with "her guys" - they are all incredibly close and love each other like family. Cora is very protective of her friends and won't hesitate to stick up for them or anything else she believes is wrong. She's witty, unique, smart, and devoted to those she loves. Ever since her ex-boyfriend broke her heart, Cora has decided that she won't settle for just any guy ever again. She's going to wait for her "perfect man" - one who won't betray her like her ex and one who's going to be there for the long haul. She can be kind of annoying throughout the book - especially when it comes to this topic - but I found that it didn't bother me that much (aside from the parts where I wanted to smack her in the head or tell her to shut up). What she doesn't have in mind is that her idea of the perfect man might clash with who the perfect man for her actually is.

I loved watching Rome and Cora interact together and how their relationship progressed. The story is told from alternating viewpoints - those of Cora and Rome. I loved that the author wrote the book in this style - I think it gives the reader insight into each of the character's thoughts and emotions that we wouldn't be able to know otherwise. The setting was great for the book - it fit right in with the rest of the series - and the plot was a fun romance with deeper issues mixed in. Although the plot wasn't wholly original, I found it to have a great pace with a natural flow to it, so I just flew through the pages. This book, along with the rest of the series, is definitely going to making waves in the New Adult genre. Fans of contemporary romance and New Adult fiction should absolutely get their hands on this book (and series) - you won't regret it!

Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
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