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Bound: The Pentagon Group, Book 3 by [Rey, Rosemary]
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Perla Mercurio and Dr. Mathias Keene have been separated by outside forces. Every obstacle has been created to keep them separated by time and distance. Are they bound to be apart forever?
Mature Audience Only: This is a work of erotic suspense with explicit and gratuitous sexual content, consensual adult relationship. If these things offend your sensibilities, this book may not be for you.

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  • Print Length: 259 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1512228133
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't think about it, just READ IT!! 15 May 2015
By Taii Fernandez - Published on
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Rosemary the wait was WORTH IT!!!
Ok, we left off when Perla was kidnapped by Erick. Now turn to the next page and BOOM! Your reactions will be -> What?! No?! WTF?! I was sooo NOT EXPECTING THAT?!... After we find out the reasons for the kidnapping, your reactions will be -> Why?! No Perla?! Why?!?!?!?!?!?!!!!!!

From the very beginning, you can't help to root for Perla & Matthias. This series has everything, from passion, mystery, psychos, love, laughter, tears, and extreme happy moments. It's a MUST READ!

The only thing I didn't really enjoyed, which was really, really, really a tiny thing.. was the ending. I felt like it was a little rush. After all this rollercoaster of emotions Rosemary makes you feel from the very beginning, it was like, "And they lived happily ever after. The end. Time for bed." Other than that, it was AMAZEBALLS!!

Thanks Rosemary, for introducing me to Perla & Matthias and sharing their world with us. Please, keep on writing amazing stories, you have gained a fan. I can't wait to see what your next project is.
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing trilogy. Complex. Interesting... just all around "more." 28 March 2017
By Leanne Davis - Published on
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Perla completely carried this book for me. She is a tough, smart, kick-ass character. She is kidnapped at the start of the book and we think we finally know the complicated corporate intrigue that has plagued Perla and Matt from the start and all tied up with the Pentagon Group. But no! There was more and the conclusion of it was brilliantly woven and revealed and I loved how it's all Perla's doing. We find out Brady is crazy in love with Perla and has control issues with watching her from afar, but he doesn't really KNOW Perla as a real person. So his psyche is totally fascinating and he should be the villain but he's not because he's so complicated. Can't wait for his story after understanding his odd relationship with Perla and what's behind it.

I even understood how Perla was a bit confused by Brady's attention. It was extreme, confusing and in some ways flattering. But this wasn't really a love triangle. She didn't really doubt her love for Matt. What it did show her was how fast she and Matt got together and how much she didn't know about him. She learned more about him from others around them than from Matt himself and it made her doubts things and her own insecurities to interfere. Which seemed entirely natural to me.

What frustrated me was half Matt's issues could have been answered if they had at any point simply sat down and had a conversation. There were points in the story I wasn't sure if they were together or not, yet she was meeting Matt's parents. He was angry at her most of the book and even in the end didn't seem to understand or care why Perla needed her job at Pentagon. Her self-confidence and self-esteem needed the executive job but he didn't really seem to get that. Books 1 and 2 he had been crazy into her and almost over the top trying to see to her happiness, even if he wasn't sure how to do so, he acted out of a need to make her happy. This book? I didn't see his connection to her. He breaks out with his control issues and uses sex to punish her. I wanted these two to explore that side of their relationship as something positive and hot between them, not as way for Matt to literally punish her.
But it was hard to say goodbye to these two after such an amazing trilogy with so much that happened and so much woven into it.

But as usual with this author there is something so compelling about her writing that one can't stop reading it and the stories are always full of surprises and twists and leave you ready to pick up her next book that very moment.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bound 13 June 2015
By Disheveled Book Reviews - Published on
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You’ve finished book two and you think you know everything, but really what you think you know again is totally wrong. It all fit together perfectly in book two right? Right? Well…maybe. Book three is a bit of a slower ride from books one and two but you will not be left disappointed because why would life slow for Matt and Perla?

I don’t want to give anything away because the beauty in reading this book without knowing is the best way to read it. But one thing, no matter what happened throughout all three books, I fell in love with Brady in this book and I don’t completely understand everything but I do understand that his love knows no bounds and it’s sweet.

Matt and Perla are meant for one another they even each other out. I wish they would have spoken more to one another about things but that’s just not their way. In the past we’ve seen Perla dominate the bedroom and in this one, your in for a treat and it involves the hot dominate Dr. Mathias.

From book one I’ve been a lover of all things written by Rosemarie Rey. I haven’t kept that a secret either. It’s ALWAYS nice to find that one indie author who can write something that makes you think, swoon, and keep you on the edge of your seat craving for more.

I have over a thousand books on my kindle cloud, only a few make it to my actual shelf in my reading room. Those books are the ones that I fell in love with, that I would re-read, or that I would recommend to anyone who asked. I’ve got maybe close to 50 on my shelf most of them are signed but they are all something that I would recommend to readers, now I just need these books to add to my shelf….
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Read this series, it's fabulous! 6 May 2015
By kristiek - Published on
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The third and final book of Rosemary Rey’s Pentagon Series does not disappoint. It jumps right in with Perla’s kidnapping and has a twist I didn’t see coming. As it turns out, people aren’t always what they appear to be. Throughout the books, the author has mentioned people here and there that have blended in with the background. Occasionally one of these people come into the forefront with a bit of their story. That is where I found myself going back through the other two books to refresh my memory. Almost re-reading them again, they are that good!

I loved the conflict between Matt and Perla. They absolutely adore each other and know there are a number of challenges that they can either walk away from, or stay and work through them. Neither one of them are quitters and I admire that the author gave them the opportunity to make choices and was able to show the vitality of their relationship.
My anxiety was elevated quite a few times in this book, as it had been in the 2 previous books.

Perla is a resilient and loyal woman. She stays true to herself and Matt when faced with the knowledge that she could potentially lose everything. Once she is able to piece together the evidence, it doesn’t take long for her to realize the enormity of previous events that have happened to her over the last few years. She seems so realistic, as if she could be a friend to the reader. So often I feel authors write the “ideal” or a “perfect” situation for their books. People get sick, get angry, forgive and love each other. I like that Rosemary’s writings are not to the norm of her genre.

Rosemary’s law background takes the story to a whole different level. There’s the romance/erotica side, but the story goes much deeper. The details are incredible! I think others will be able to picture the story quite vividly. It’s like a movie in your head. I kept thinking how Rosemary decided to go one way with the storyline vs another, and after you’ve read the book, you realize there couldn’t have been a better outcome. It was awesome!

I know she says the Matt and Perla story is finished, however, one can only hope that her other books will touch a little on the continuation of their lives. Rosemary Rey has quickly become one of my favorite authors! I now feel the desire to write reviews for the authors whose books I connect with. My eyes have been opened to a whole new world, literally. :)

Read this series, it’s fabulous! Her other book, Flame is just as good :) xo
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow - read it - brilliant series 19 June 2015
By Nikki M - Hot Books & Sassy Girls Book Blog - Published on
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The final book – what can I say – it was brilliant, full of surprises.
The story starts off with Perla’s Kidnapping and the twist which will floor you, expect the un-expected. This book is full of surprises and sometimes you will want to fling that kindle across the floor. Relax you don’t, you are hooked so you keep reading and you cant stop. I am not going to give too much away – but this book really sums up everything for you.
Do you get a HEA – of course you do, after lots of holding your breath, you get it.
One hell of a story that I really enjoyed as this author shows her business savy ideas and plots
Congratulations Rosemary Rey – this was brilliant.