Twisted by Natasha Knight

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Not my favorite

I wanted to love this. I really did. But I didn’t.
I was happy to find it to be less violent than the first part of this series. I nearly didn’t read this book because of how violent and abusive the first two books were, but I gave it a shot. And for me, it floundered.
It seemed rushed. I didn’t feel a relationship building. I didn’t believe her when she said she hated him. Later, I didn’t believe her when she said she loved him. The only real conflict was when she was taken captive. For 24 hours. And not in any danger whatsoever. Blah.
I also found it unbelievable how easily she went along with being kidnapped. She put up a lackluster fight at the end when he already had her in private. And the twist Gregory reveals at the end in the space of a sentence or two is glossed over. That could have been handled very differently.
This book also left questions: what did Lucinda take from Stefan? Did he get it back? What was the point of including the ghost of the little girl?
Overall, I was unfortunately disappointed with this one. It could have benefited from being longer, or having a second book.

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My brother was right. I always wanted my own Willow Girl. 

What happened on that island didn’t break me. 
It twisted me. 
Corrupted me. 
Made me into a monster. 

Although, I guess it’s true what she says. You can’t become something that wasn’t inside you all along. 

This was always going to happen. 
I was always going to take Amelia Willow. 
History and destiny sealed her fate. Sealed both of ours. 

For months, I’ve been waiting. 

And tonight, everything will change. 
Because tonight, I’ll collect my own Willow Girl. 

Author’s Note: Twisted is a standalone spinoff of the Dark Legacy Duet. No cliffhanger!

Published by Amanda Marie

Compulsive reader. Romantic suspense/contemporary romance/dark romance/NA romance addict. Particularly fond of mafia, forced/arranged marriage, secret baby, kidnapping, and dark alpha heroes. Just out here doing my part for humanity- these books won't read themselves.

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