Series: Dark Legacy Duet #2
Author: Natasha Knight
Genre: Dark Romance
Release Date: November 14, 2018
Taking her is my right.
Breaking her, my duty.
I was always going to choose Helena. I knew it the instant I saw her.
Sheâs different than the others. Thereâs a darkness about her. Something wild inside her. And it calls to the beast inside me.
But she isnât what I expect. With every word and every touch, she pushes me, burrows deep under my skin, challenging the rules, upending history.
And all the while, I see how my brother watches her. He wants her, and as the rules stand, sheâll become his in one yearâs time.
Except that I have no intention of giving her up.
USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance, Natasha Knight specializes in dark, tortured heroes. Happily-Ever-Afters are almost always guaranteed, but she likes to put her characters through hell to get them there. Sheâs evil like that.
Torn by Natasha Knight
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Wow!!! For a story that when I started the first book Taken, that I thought I was not going to be into....I ABSOLUTELY fell in love with this duet. This for me was the best duet that I have read all year. I fell head over heels in love with Sebastian and Helena's story. I loved his bossiness and that he always had to be in control. I loved her feistiness and how she went against the rules and wanted to put an end to the Willow/Scafoni dark legacy. Their story is dark, unpredictable, and unlike anything that I have ever read.
Now throw the brother Greg into the mix and I was at a crossroads with liking him just as much. The love that is not supposed to form between the three left my heartbroken for him. Although with that ending...I have my fingers crossed that Greg is going to get his own story. I hope that I am right because I want to see more of his story and I need to have those unanswered questions answered. This can't be the end of Greg or the ending of Amy....I have to know have these two disappeared off together?????
Actually, I could use more of the Willow/Scafoni story including more of Helena and Sebastian. I am sad to see this end. This is a duet that I want to re-read again and again. Natasha never disappoints and she does a fantastic job writing and this is no different. She made me fall in love with this story and has me begging for more.
I HIGHLY, HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS!!
Happy Reading Everyone!!!
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