I’m one of four Willow daughters.
He’s the first-born son of the Scafoni family. And we have history.
For generations, the Scafoni family have demanded a sacrifice of us. A virgin daughter to atone for sins so old, we don’t even remember what they are anymore.
But when you have as much money as they do, you don’t play by the rules. You make them.
And Sebastian Scafoni makes all the rules.
The moment I saw him, I knew he would choose me. Even though the mark on my sheath declared me unclean. Even though my beautiful sisters stood beside me, offered to him, he still chose me.
He made me his.
And then he set out to break me.
Like a first draft of Unholy
This book reads like a first draft of Unholy; it’s significantly darker and noticeably less polished and similar plot. May still be perfectly enjoyable for some, but as I stumbled upon Knight’s Unholy series as my first introduction to her writing, this was working backwards for me. Looking forward to future books from Knight, Unholy was great; Taken was ok.
This is my honest opinion
I regret every second i read of this, terrible story line i read the second book and its even worse. its just not good and i usually like natashas book but this was terrible. i wouldnt waste my money. i would try reading a different book by her but this is a no.
This book was too dark, there was nothing romantic about the way the guy treats this girl. It was horrible and humiliating. This was not a love story with dark twist, it was absolutely awful.