Release Date: February 19, 2019
can’t become something that wasn’t inside you all along.
both of ours.
the Dark Legacy Duet. No cliffhanger!
~ Maria’ Review ~
Twisted by Natasha Knight is a spin-off to the Dark Legacy Duet. It is Gregory’s story. I was so excited when author Natasha Knight announced she would be writing it. I loved Gregory’s character in the Dark Legacy duet. He was intriguing and mysterious. I wanted his story. And author Natasha Knight gave me a fantastic one.
Gregory is complicated, dark and twisted. He is dominating, protective, possessive and gorgeous. My kind of hero, or antihero as the case may be. Amelia is beautiful, haunted, and sassy. Together they compliment the other. They have heat and intensity. Their dialogue is filled with lust, anger and hate. Obviously not your conventional type of relationship, but, she is the light to his darkness.
The return of characters from the duet and new ones enhance the plot. I love when the bad boy comes undone by the woman he thought he could control. The alternating POV drew me in and helped me understand each character and their motives. This story has twists, turns, secrets and lies. It is raw, gritty and captivating. I was hooked from start to finish.
together they twisted him.
monster he’s become.
become something that wasn’t inside you all along.
the sketchbook on my lap, the blob smearing the lead. I wipe it away with the
tip of my finger and watch the stain spread to the edge of the page.
stop drawing that night.
the Scafoni brothers stalked into our home and we were made to wear those
rotting, disgusting sheaths and forced to stand on those ancient blocks as
Sebastian Scafoni, first-born bastard, looked us over like we were cattle.
drawing the look on his face when he saw Helena.
wasn’t bound like she was, she’d have stood out.
herself the ugly duckling but she’s the most beautiful of all. She’s special.
Always was. Different from us. And so much stronger.
of my hand across my nose and listen to the sound of tears drop fat and heavy
onto the page and this time when I lay my hand on the sketch, it’s to smear the
wet across like maybe I can wipe away that night. Rub it off the page. Erase it
out of history like it never happened.
what you’ve done,” he says. His voice is deep and low, and I swear I can feel
it as much as hear it.
with his gloved one and pulls it away.
finally make myself look at him.
a shoulder, his grip growing infinitesimally harder.
palm—it’s black from the pencil—and look down at the page in front of me.
matter. I have dozens like it.
drawing that night.
Scafoni bastards from walking into our lives, upending everything. Coming into
our home like kings, like they owned the place.
everything. Our house. Our land. Our parents.
meet Gregory Scafoni’s dark eyes with their strange turquoise specks and wonder
how I’d ever thought he was an angel.
is the devil.
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. She’s evil like