Romero

Romero Librarian s note This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B ZGLNZK New Adult Contemporary romance Prim and proper middle school teacher Isabel Montenegro always runs the opposite direction from m

  • Title: Romero
  • Author: Elizabeth Reyes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Librarian s note This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B005ZGLNZK.New Adult Contemporary romance.Prim and proper middle school teacher Isabel Montenegro always runs the opposite direction from men like Ramon Romero A foul mouthed, uneducated, loose cannon has no place in her careful plans But instead of running away, Isabel is completely captivated The intensiLibrarian s note This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B005ZGLNZK.New Adult Contemporary romance.Prim and proper middle school teacher Isabel Montenegro always runs the opposite direction from men like Ramon Romero A foul mouthed, uneducated, loose cannon has no place in her careful plans But instead of running away, Isabel is completely captivated The intensity of his nature, while a bit daunting, mesmerizes her in ways she can t begin to understand She s unwilling to walk away even when her instincts are screaming at her to run.Romero has no idea what he s getting himself into when he first kisses Isabel Shocked at the passion she invokes in him, he believes he can keep his usual short fuse under wraps Falling fast and hard for someone so flawlessly sweet only makes him aware that he s far from perfect If she is ever witness to his biggest imperfection, he s sure she ll bail But when her meddling sister does the worst thing imaginable bring other men between him and his Izzy that fuse is lit and all bets are off.Can two people who are worlds apart teach each other how to love, or will the reality of their differences drive them apart

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    1. I didn't think I was going to love Romero. He was always the goofy one. BUT BOY WAS I WRONG! This one had all the angst, possessiveness, and romance all Reyes books have. Fabulous read.

    2. Ramon Romero is a brawny, filthy-mouthed, possessive, hot-headed arrogant jerk, and I adore him. He acts before he thinks, and one minute I wanted to slap him upside the head and the next jump on him and kiss him silly!! He’s been a huge part of the Moreno brother’s series and I was so happy that Elizabeth Reyes gave him his own book. This book overlaps in storyline with Always Been Mine, Alex and Valerie’s book. It’s where Isabel first came into the picture, and her relationship with Ro [...]

    3. Romero by Elizabeth Reyes Book 4 in the Moreno Brother's SeriesHow does one go about telling about Romero? In the earlier books we see him as the one always getting drunk early and only caring about what girls he can pick up at the parties. And his mouth, well the words that come out of it, not good. Be warned that Romero was raised by his two uncles and they are wellManny and Max are hilarious but pretty crude. They love their boy they raised and straightened out some of their activities to be [...]

    4. Absolutely loved this bk. I knew I’d like it because I love this series, ER’s writing style and her sense of humor. Just didn’t realize how much I’d like it. So glad ER decided to let Romero have his own bk. First of all I gotta say the uncles were outrageously hilarious. Lots of LOL moments. I kept having to go back and re-read parts of their dialogue just for another laugh. Yet underneath Romero’s bawdy family there was a very endearing love between Romero, Max and Mannie. Romero was [...]

    5. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE REVIEWS AT READING, EATING AND DREAMING I WAS BLAIR WALDORFRomero is the latest novel in the Moreno Brothers series by Elizabeth Reyes. Romero has been around since the beginning of this series. He grew up around Angel (Forever Mine) and Sal (Making You Mine), and his two best friends are Alex (Always Been Mine) and Eric (Sweet Sofie). Since the first novel in this series, Romero has been my least favorite character. His lewd remarks, his filthy language, and his tough gu [...]

    6. How can I not fall for Romero? He's a good looking arrogant hothead who has a filthy mouth, possessive as hell with a temper to boot yet he's the goofy and adorable one. I just didn't think I'd fall hard for him which I did. He has a sweet and vulnerable side which got me.Izzy is Romero's polar opposite in upbringing given that she came from an uptight affluent family while Romero was raised by his uncles who own a titty bar.“His uncles, while a little rough around the edges, were good guys— [...]

    7. Romero is a great addition to the series surrounding the Moreno brothers, I really liked his intensity and how we see past some of the ways that the brothers see him when they are younger. His relationship with Izzy was beautifully written and I can't wait for the next book about Sal to come out!

    8. Loved Romero's story!! He and Izzy are perfect together. I can totally relate to their story. There's just one thing that I'm still curious aboutwhy does he go by his last name?? He never explained that?!?!

    9. Short Reviews for the whole "Moreno Brothers" series!! ;)1)Forever Mine (The Moreno Brothers #1)* * * * * (5 STARS) out of 5 stars!“When he finally opened his eyes he saw her sit upand smile at him. She was beautiful, her dark hair wastousled, and her green eyes glimmered. God have mercy.He’d died and gone to heaven.” WHAT IS IT ABOUT?It’s about Sarah and Angel’s relationship which will be put into test when he finds out about Sarah’s ‘unusual’ relationship with her best friend, [...]

    10. Romero became one of my favorite supporting characters over the course of the series leading up to his own book. He had a rough edge to him and a funny sense of humor. I will say, even though I like his story, I didn't like that the author took out most of his humor for this book. I felt like his overbearing ways were betrayed in a whole different light than the way the Moreno Brothers' overbearing ways were betrayed in their books. I wish the author would have left his humor in this book. I did [...]

    11. WARNING: You will spend the whole duration of this book wanting oh so badly to slap Isabel's sister.I loved this book, it was exciting, and so unpredicatble. But best of all, for all the hopeless romantics, just like myself, the ending does not disappoint.

    12. Enjoyed Romero, the manwhore that he was and Izzy his perfect woman. Even though his temper gets the best of him, he's level headed and thinks things thru. If I had a sister(Izzy's)like Pat, I would done smack her BIG time!

    13. Isabel Montenegro is a middle school teacher from a well educated family with the need for neatness and perfection in her life. Ramon Romero is the tornado to Isabel’s calm spring day. Romero who came from a totally different family life then Isabel makes quite an impression on her from the moment they meet. Romero by Elizabeth Reyes was a good read, not my favorite in the series but overall it was good. I think Romero could have handled his temper a lot better. It was super crazy, I never got [...]

    14. 4th installment of the Moreno Brother's series. Although Romero is not a blood brother he is as close to it as it can get along with Alex.Romero & Isabel's story is a cute one. Isabel comes from a good family with high standards. Isabel however is bored with the HIGH STANDARD kind of guy. They are boring to talk to, boring to sleep with, boring boring boring Isabel is not sure what she needs but boring is not it.Romero is used to one-night stands, no strings attached woman, and no emotional [...]

    15. Personally, though I like Elizabeth Reyes' writing and I thought i'd love Romero's character, I wasn't too crazy about his and Izzy's relationship. I always got the impression that Romero would be this all around tough headed goofball with a possesive streak, but this was way over the top (and I thought Alex had set the bar on that one). Though I wasn't a fan of Isabel's family (some of them, because I liked Art) or their opinion of Romero, I couldn't help but feel that they were justified in th [...]

    16. WOW, is what comes to mind after finishing the fourth book in the Moreno Brothers series. Just when I thought this series could not get any better, Romero's story comes along. In the earlier books we are introduced to Romero and Isabel's story but having it as the focus of a book was INCREDIBLE. When Romero appeared in the other books, I thought of him as the funny womanizer in Angel's group of friends but there is so much more to Romero which is discovered in this book, why he acts, speaks, and [...]

    17. Loved it as i knew i wouldRomero is a ladies man and is always one for nothing series when it comes to girls but in comes Isobel ( who is Valeries roommate) and she sparks his intrest like no woman ever has. But Isobel is so diffrent from him he really doesnt think he is good enough.I dont want to give to much away beacuase i want everyone to go out and read this awsome book.This relationship has its ups and downs and i loved it becuase Romero and Isobel are so diffrent that they make an awsome [...]

    18. I honestly did not like Romero in the other books, but fell in love with him in this one! His intensity is almost too much to bear at times, bordering on crazy/scary. However, I've said it before and I'll say it again, Elizabeth Reyes has a way to make you fall in love with these guys even when you really didn't think you could or want to! I loved that Izzy and Romero came from different worlds, but yet find common ground to make their relationship work. Romero is definitely a passionate man (fa [...]

    19. Izzy and RomeroWhat happens when you get a short fused Alpha Male and a picture perfect school teacher together? Lots and lots of steam! Meddling parents, deception, the need to protect the one you love, and lots of humor describe the tale of the story of Izzy and Romero. And let me tell you, it doesn't disappoint. Although Romero isn't a true Moreno brother by blood, he has got all of the style of the Moreno's and grew up with them so, just like in any tight knit family, he is a Moreno brother [...]

    20. Romero was my favorite of The Moreno Brothers series. I've enjoyed all of the books but I really loved Romero. I like that all of Reyes' characters have real flaws and Romero is no exception. It was great to really see why he is the way he is, and as an added bonus his uncles are hilarious!! At first I was a bit worried because Romero wasn't depicted in the best light in the other books but this one will make you fall in love with him!

    21. i loved this book, you really got to see Romero's life story. i'm so glad Elizabeth Reyes wrote this book. :D**the only little thing i had a little "hmm" moment on was that Isabel knew Romero had an anger problem yet i never saw her talk to him about anger management classes. all together i would read this over and over again

    22. Oh how I love Romero, let me count the ways: he's hot, possessive, strong, demanding, domineering, crazy in love. sigh I love Romero. I can re-read this book again and again.

    23. “I really am broken without you. Promise you’ll never leave me, Izzy.”LOVE ROMERO! He was a hot head but what you see with him is what you get.

    24. HmmmmRomero was sooooooo hot, love this book! I reckon he's the hottest out of the Moreno brothers Even though he's not a Morenolove hot blooded Latino's

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