Review of Rome by Jay Crownover

Rome (Marked Men #3)  by Jay Crownover


Review: I really loved reading this book, I have been dying to know more about Rome and Cora like crazy! Cora is everything and more that I wanted to read about. She is so great, even though she has a tough time with emotions and getting them across. I also really liked Rome because before we have only gotten to see one side of him. Which also feels a little false too. But in this book we get to see how hard he is struggling to figure out his life and stay above the raising water. Its also great to picture him in  Cora’s  mini copper!

One of the best things in this book is seeing how well complete opposites fit so well together, and that we get to see some of our favorites from the past books. We also get to see how our couples are getting along with their lives together and we get a little peek at what’s to come in future books.

4 out of 5 stars.

387 pages. Paper back.

New adult. Romance. Contemporary. Military.

Summary: Sometimes the wrong choice can be just right . . .

Fun and fearless, Cora Lewis knows how to keep her tattooed “bad boy” friends at the Marked in line. But beneath all that flash and sass is a broken heart. Cora won’t let herself get burned again. She’s waiting to fall in love with the perfect man—a baggage-free, drama-free guy ready for commitment. Then she meets Rome Archer.

Rome Archer is as far from perfect as a man can be. He’s stubborn, rigid, and bossy. And he’s returned from his final tour of duty more than a little broken. Rome’s used to filling many roles: big brother, doting son, supersoldier—but none of those fit anymore. Now he’s just a man trying to figure out what to do with the rest of his life while keeping the dark demons of war and loss at bay. He would have been glad to suffer through it alone, until Cora comes sweeping into his life and becomes a blinding flash of color in a sea of gray. Perfect may not be in the cards, but perfectly imperfect could just last forever . . . – Summary from


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