Monsters don’t hide in the dark.
When I met Damian Di Santo in a dark corridor of my family home I knew he was a monster.
I was a scared girl.
He was already a man.
That was when his twisted countdown began.
Marked by dead roses with sharp thorns, eight years passed each bringing me closer to becoming his. Until the eve of my eighteenth birthday.
That was the night he returned to claim me.
Circumstance put Cristina on my path.
Fate bound her to me.
Cristina and I share a common past. A single night that changed the course of our lives.
She asked me if I was a monster the night I met her.
She’s about to learn I’m her monster.
Because the countdown that began eight years ago has ended. Her time is up.
On the stroke of midnight, she’s mine.
Unholy Union contains the prologue Unholy: The Beginning
Revenge filled, dark sexy romance
Natasha Knight does it again. I can’t get enough of her dark mafia (ish) romance novels. Unfortunately this is a duet. I say unfortunately because I now have to wait to find out what the heck is going to happen. Not that it’s a humongous cliffie, but still, I need these two to stop messing around and just make me happy, because even though Christina and Damian think they mean nothing to each other, they mean everything to me, and I’m completely and utterly invested in their happy ever after. I really hope that Ms Knight gives me it. The book, written in dual POV, always my favourite, is full of suspense, drama and mystery. 18 year old Christina, paying for the sins of her father in the worst (or is it the best) possible way. I absolutely loved this revenge filled, sexy mafia (ish), perfectly written, addictive story. The conclusion cannot come soon enough. I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest review.
This is actually a well written book that draws you in. However it’s really not that good that you would pay £4.99 for the first part and then the same for the second part.
It’s too overpriced and why authors do this is beyond me. It’s just a gimmick to get more money out of you and the book really isn’t worth it!!