Hold Me (Twist Me #3)

Hold Me (Twist Me, #3)

Hold Me by Anna Zaires

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


The final book in the Twist Me series. I liked this one more than the other two, but I was displeased by Julian’s reactions to Nora during the multiple instances where he assumes he knows her feelings without asking her. He assumes he knows why she is upset she is pregnant. He assumes he knows why she is upset toward the end of the book. In both cases the truth is kind of heartbreaking, but he assumes other reasons and punishes her accordingly rather than comforting her.
Dammit, I don’t like Julian.
He acts to protect her, but I never feel like he actually loves her. And I guess I need that for it to be an HEA for me.
I finished the series. And it was a really, really good series. In a suspense-story kind of way. As far as romance I was disappointed that I never saw Julian redeem himself. I don’t care what he buys her. I don’t care if he takes her on a trip. Or takes care to give her alone time with her parents/friends. I DON’T CARE. I need him to love her. Not be so oblivious to her feelings that, when she asks to go to a park of his choosing, he sees no problem with taking her back to the park where he abducted her and put Jake in the hospital. Like she wouldn’t be traumatized by that.
That isn’t love. That’s passive aggressive and threatening.
Still, I digress. Good story, and I still recommend it. But I hope someday Julian pulls his head out of his ass.



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Captor and captive. Lovers. Soulmates.

We’re all that and more.

We thought we were past the worst of it. We thought we finally had a chance.

We thought wrong.

We’re Nora and Julian, and this is our story.

***Hold Me is the conclusion of the Twist Me trilogy, told from Nora & Julian’s point of view.***

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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