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I've fallen in love with Cato, and I'm not afraid to say it.

He doesn't need to say it back. I know how he feels.

Even if he doesn't have the balls to admit it.

Our daughter will be here soon, and our lives will change forever.

Will Cato let go of the past? Let go of the promise he made to execute me?

Or should I have never come back?

©2019 Penelope Sky (P)2019 Penelope Sky

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  • CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹
  • 24-04-2019

SO BLOODY GOOD

I’m going to have such a book hangover after finishing this awesome gripping trilogy. Siena and Cato’s rollercoaster journey to their HEA was full of conflict and their relationship took some hard knocks along the way.. but, despite everything, love does eventually conquer all. There was a lot of character growth as Mr. Cold and Ruthless Crime Lord fought hard against Siena’s conflicting beliefs of love and lifestyle.. yet very slowly his barriers came down to finally let love in.. and what a beautiful transformation. Strong and determined Siena had a hard job convincing Cato there was more to life than his billion dollar empire.. and Mr. I Don’t Do Love will make some terrible decisions before he finally sees the light.

Once again, Penelope Sky has delivered a tense and thrilling love story that had drama, angst, danger, raw emotion, shocks, steam, heart and an alpha bad boy who is slowly transformed by the love of a good woman. The dual POV storyline was performed brilliantly by Michael and Natalie whose talented voices perfectly fit the characters, brought the feels and made this a 5 star audiobook.

Worth a credit? Absolutely.. but I did think an Epilogue would’ve been nice. And I’m holding up a banner Ms. Sky, saying: can we please please please have a story about Cato’s brother Bates next :)

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  • Karin Engebretsen
  • 22-07-2019

The narration.

I really enjoy the whole story. Love the strong female character. Michael Ferraiuolo is as always stellar in his performance but Natalie Eaton sound way too often flustered and the speed of talking is too fast. It makes the female character more stressed than intended from the authors point of view. This annoys me some but not so much it ruins the book.

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  • tpearl
  • 25-05-2019

Same plot different names

I’ve listened to all of the Audible Penelope Sky books. It seems to he roughly the same plot with different names.

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  • Vicki
  • 24-11-2019

Great ending

Nice suspense in this last installment. My only negative is that the epilogue needed to be longer to give just a little more info about the couple and their family. It would be nice if Cato's brother Bates got a book with his story. What would be really interesting is if Cato keeps his promise to hurt his woman like Bates did to Siena. Throughout the series, the narrators were excellent.

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  • Desiree Lee
  • 14-05-2019

Indifference

I disliked Sierra. Her rationale as always flawed. She blamed her (rightfully) father’s greed for her mother’s death. Her father’s greed resulted in his kidnapping and her being forced into seducing/entrapping Cato to regain his freedom. She never asks for proof of life and sets out to give Mica and Damian what they wanted. Cato falls for her only to discover her lies. Cato was stubborn but rightfully cautious with regards to her and people. Her thought process irritated me throughout all three books. Cato leaving the business won’t stop them form being in danger. Any entrepreneurial criminal could still go after Cato to make a name for themselves and his status as a billionaire also makes him/them targets. I don’t like her...Bates either. Giovanni is my favorite character.

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  • Hopelessly seeking Happily Ever Afters
  • 23-07-2021

Cato & Siena

*****Spoiler Alert*****

Audible review. Dual POV. The Banker trilogy book 3. Narrated in an average American accent; Michael briefly adapts an Italian accent. The Skull Kings and Crow both appear. Trigger warnings: human trafficking; shooting; murders

Siena awakens in pain, Cato rushes her to the hospital worried about the baby, everything was fine, they celebrate Christmas. Siena has their baby, Cato takes care of their baby for a week to allow Siena time to recover, Cato took Siena outside to punish her by pretending he was going to kill her, Bates shot her in the head, Cato took Siena to the hospital, she recovered and went home. After the shooting she kept herself away from Cato until he asked for her forgiveness. Siena asked that Bates never hold Martina again, Cato tells Bates then adds that he'll exact his revenge on Bates' future love. Damien took Cato, Bates gathered their men, Siena demanded that she be swapped for Cato, Bates apologized, Siena forgave him, Siena went in, they took her to Damien & a very beaten Cato, Cato was sent out, Siena killed Damien and escaped. Cato was flown to the hospital to recover then went home, Bates and Cato gave Micah the option of how he wanted to die, Cato executed Micah, Siena allowed Bates to hold Martina. Cato proposes, Siena gives him an ultimatum (she'll only marry him if he quits banking), Siena left him, Bates visits Siena then Cato, Siena's pregnant for baby #2, Crow randomly called Siena, Siena asked Crow to talk to Cato, Cato goes to Siena and tells her he's giving up the business, she agrees to marry him. Cato sells his half of the business to Bates, Siena gives her former home and car to Landon, and Siena & Cato marry. JP

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  • Jessica
  • 10-02-2021

Epilogue or book 4

I love this book but I wish there was an epilogue or hopefully Penelope sky is writing a book for and also with beets story that’ll be the best

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  • M.Ghorm
  • 15-12-2020

Loved the series until half way thru the last book

*spoilers* I have a pretty open mind to romance-turned-love angst but getting thru book #1, #2 then half way thru #3 and coming to tears with how the brothers treated Siena half way thru this book, after everything, ruined the remainder of the series. Nope, nope, nope. Flawed characters, sure, which is why I thought it was a FANTASTIC turn to have the brothers pull what they did, but it was beyond cruel and a complete betrayal. And then for Siena to forgive then so easily after the cruel acts with such little pennants from both of them- nope nope nope. Loved that the author wrote their betrayal but then make them pay for and prove their love.

I’m very easily entertained and have read a lot about how love concurs all. the author and the story was good, but dang, that totally threw me off and I couldn’t rebound after that, it was irredeemable behavior. The author had an entire half of book to make the brothers pay, instead she finished it with Siena having to prove HER love and loyalty over and over again even after she’d been so badly treated and betrayed.

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  • Susan
  • 10-06-2020

awesome series

very well written she stays with characters you know would like a series on Bates even though I am waiting for the finished in lingerie series on audible

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  • Nita Williams
  • 07-06-2020

So good!

So very good! I still say it reminds me of buttons and lace. I did like that Crow came to talk to him.

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  • Dorthe
  • 11-08-2019

Medium dark, very hot 🔥

I absolutely love this audiobook, it isn’t as dark as you may think. It is a dark mafia story as it should be but there isn’t any very dark sexual scenes nighter are there any trickers

All in all a very good mafia book full of very hot sexscenes

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