Also by this author: Descent
Unholy Intent by Natasha Knight
Series: Unholy Union Duet #2
on September 15th, 2020
Genres: Romance, Suspense, Mafia, Dark, Crime
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In this house of lies and liars, behind every locked door is a monster in wait.
Forced to marry a man I hate, I am now bound to Damian. There’s something between us that needs to be played out. I don’t know what it is. I don’t know that he does. But he and I are locked together for some strange, grim purpose.
Will we survive it?He may since he’s the one pulling the strings.But will I?
My brother will tell you that I usurped his throne and maybe I did, but that’s too bad.
I built our family up from the ashes. I put us back at the top of the food chain. And marrying Cristina was as much to cement my place as it was to keep her safe.
She doesn’t believe that last part yet, but I see how she clings to me in the darkness. And the lock on her door is as much to keep the monsters out as it is to keep her in.
I told her one lie, though. I made her a promise I’m not sure I ever meant to keep. I told her I’d let her go once I had what I wanted.
But in a world of monsters, I need her like man needs air. And I have no intention of letting her go.
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“Welcome home, Brother.”
I look up at Damian. Beautiful Damian.
He shifts his gaze to mine.
“Didn’t I tell you to leave the locked doors alone?” he asks me, but his voice is strange. Echoing in this dusty, forgotten place.
The music starts again. That eerie sound of piano keys played slowly, so fitting to this place, this room, this house.
My head is spinning.
The other man, Damian’s brother, says something. His voice is similar to Damian’s but off. Like his face. Wrong.
Damian tucks hair behind my ear.
I push his hand away, push his arms away. I turn slowly. They’re both watching me now, waiting to see what I’ll do.
And the tune keeps playing, the chords slow. Sad.
I need to look at him.
Can they hear my heartbeat? Blood beats like a drum against my ears.
But I can’t run. I meet a monster at every turn. One standing behind me. The other holding me.
He warned me about the monsters. How many more hide in this house?
“Cristina,” Damian says.
I keep turning, my body still pressed to Damian’s.
I’ve taken shelter in my enemy’s arms.
He’s in my periphery now. The monster. The brother. Tall, like Damian. I see the coat. It’s wet. He was the man walking back toward the house. It wasn’t Damian at all. What is out there that they go to see in the dead of night?
This duet was a thrilling ride from beginning to end. I love Natasha’s writing and I have enjoyed every book I have read from her. This latest duet is a prime example of her ability to weave a story that is both unique and flawless.
Damian was very much one of my favorite parts of these books. From the first book to this one, he was smoking hot. The chemistry between him and Christina was a lot of what made this book hard to put down. The cliff hanger from the first book left me anxious for this book, and when you get your hands on this one – it’s worth the wait!
I implore you to check Natasha out, grab one of her books and prepare to get addicted to her writing. If you haven’t started her yet then this latest duet is a wonderful place to start.