Book Review #99
Title: Brilliant Cut
Author: Elisa Marie Hopkins
Publication: Stellar Jay Publications
Format: E-book ARC
Release Date: November 15, 2016
Where do you go when the person is gone?
Desperate for a new beginning, Sophie Cavall trades Manhattan for Brooklyn, where she meets someone new. He’s a fun-loving man, hardworking and good with kids, but a run-in with her former flame revives a yearning Sophie thought was long buried.
Even if it meant facing death alone, Oliver Black did the only thing he could think of to keep the woman he loves safe and out of the limelight: break her heart.
But this time, there’s no way in hell Oliver is letting her go.
The real enemy is closing in. The last piece of the puzzle may prove to be the most dangerous of all.
In the third and final installment to the Diamond in the Rough series, Elisa Marie Hopkins explores love, loss, forgiveness, and the perseverance of two characters facing extraordinary challenges. There might just be light at the end of the tunnel…
This book is so full of drama, conflicts and political issues. I love it. I love all of this book’s glory. The final book in this fabulous series pretty much blew my mind, to the point of no return.
Just when you thought heartbreaks, tragedies and drama couldn’t possibly happen again, it would catch you off guard when you least expect it to happen. This story is so full of twists and turns. But that’s what makes it all the more interesting and intriguing that you just can’t stop reading until the end. That’s exactly what happened to me. I just couldn’t help it that the story is too damn good.
Oliver Black is still charming and sweet as ever. He also values family so much and would pretty much do anything to protect the woman whom he loves dearly. He is the definition of perfect, if you don’t already know.
*stares into the distance dreamily*
Sophie, way to go for your independency. Woman as strong as you don’t need a man who would break you down. I’m talking about you, Oliver! But of course, he had sensible reasons on why he had to leave. Any man who would do such a thing to great extent deserves to be with the woman he loves.
Harrison and Nick are the cutest babies ever. They definitely inherited their parents good looks and charms.
It was the best feeling ever to read Oliver and Sophie’s story once again. It was more of a pleasure, actually.
Elisa, you have written such a spectacular book once again. I would give you a round of applause and a standing ovation if I could.
I do look forward to read your other works in the future. I do sure hope that it will touch my heart like this series has. And experience the feel of heartache and love all over again.