The Fellowship saga continues with Kieran and Westlyn's story in this standalone spinoff of The Sin Trilogy.
Captor becomes lover…
I’m a marksman. Mobster. Deadly assassin.
My job is to protect my brotherhood, but that isn’t my only responsibility.
I’m Kieran Hendry, the up-and-coming leader of The Order, and a new duty calls. I must take a wife.
A wife I don’t know.
A wife born into a position at the top of The Fellowship hierarchy.
A wife who will forge a strong alliance between her brotherhood and mine.
A wife I don’t want.
I knew next to nothing about Westlyn Breckenridge when I abducted her, but I quickly discover that she’s intelligent, strong, defiant, selfless. And beautiful.
One night with her is all it takes for me to see that she is no typical Mafia princess. I’m hopeful this arranged marriage won’t be the miserable union I imagined it to be. But convincing my intended to give us a chance won’t be easy when she sees me as the enemy. The brute who kidnapped her. The vile fiend who threatened to do as he wished with her body.
It’s true. I am all those things. I had cruel intentions. But everything has changed. My affection for her is unexpected. My love, unintended.
***Unintended can be read as a standalone novel although it is a novel accompanying The Sin Trilogy. It is best enjoyed after reading The Sin Trilogy and Endurance: A Sin Series Standalone novel.
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Frustrating, can’t finish.
This is a super frustrating book to read after Ellison and Jamie’s story.
Minor spoilers ahead.
Let me start by saying both Westlyn and Kieran are awful people and it’s hard to make the jump from Ellison and Jamie, who are both sweet and lovely, to these two who have a total disregard for the feelings of others.
Westlyn seems totally content and even GIGGLES at the notion that her best friend and her brother believe she’s been brutalised for three days!
Her best friend was held captive in solitude believing that while she was locked away Westlyn was being beaten and worse, yet I’m halfway through the book, and Westlyn has yet to do or say anything to ease her fear, and shows minimal remorse or concern! She has at least two empty days to just call and explain that she hasn’t been assaulted! I’d assumed while reading Ellison’s story that those two days with no communication would be explained but we get no knowledge of those two days at all.
The lack of communication in this book is increasingly frustrating but what’s worse is how the author glosses over the topic of rape and torture.
So far, halfway through, this book seems to just float the idea of rape and assault, even if it’s just the threat of it, like it’s not a traumatic and life changing event. I’m getting more and more mad every time Westlyn’s kidnapping is brought up and immediately brushed off.
I’m sorry but I’m just not sure I can finish reading this book. Westlyn and Kieran are both terrible protagonist and all around garbage people.