Sweet Home #1.5 - Sweet Rome

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You met Romeo Prince in the Amazon & USA Today bestselling novel, Sweet Home. Now hear the story from his lips: unbarred, uncensored, and raw to the bone.

It makes me laugh when I hear folks think Molly and I rushed into things too fast, spouting that we couldn't possibly have felt what we did for each other in such a short space of time. I say, how the hell would they know? We made it, didn't we? She became my whole life, didn't she? And as for my folks not being real, being true? Tell that to me aged ten, eleven, twelve—damn, all my bastard life—when I was never enough, when I was beaten until I bled for being too good at football and not being everything they'd dreamed: the perfectly dutiful son. Tell that to thousands of kids around the world getting wailed on by asshole parents for whatever stupid reason; tell them evil don't exist in their eyes.

Fuck Romeo and Juliet. This is the story of me and my girl, from my lips. No mushy sentiment, no cheese, just the plain, hard truth, and, because I'm feeling generous, I'm going to let you in on more of our story too.

Sweet Rome is a New Adult Companion Novel to Sweet Home—contains adult content, sexual situations, and mature topics. Suited for ages 18 and up.

Book Info

  • Original Title:Sweet Home #1.5 - Sweet Rome
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.6 / 10
  • Genre:New Adult
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • Publisher:Published January 28th 2014


Tillie Cole - Sweet Home #1.5 - Sweet Rome

Sweet Rome (Sweet Home #1.5)
Tillie Cole

romance/new adult



Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Present Day…

I sprinted down the hospital hallways, panting, my heart pounding in my chest.

Five missed calls. I had five f**king missed calls. Something was wrong with Mol, and God, I felt sick at the way I’d left things between us. Everyone talks about never leaving arguments on a bad note just in case one of you never comes back. Folks never listen, but now, the thought of never seeing my girl again had me almost turning myself inside out with regret.

My feet faltered as I ripped my way through corridor after corridor, pure dread stealing my goddamn breath. What if something bad happened? What if the surgery hadn’t been a success after all? What if something had gone wrong after we fought? And I left her on her own, g...

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Hazel · 10-10-2018

bloody perfect!

Donna · 10-12-2018

Love it... Love it... Love it!

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