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Publisher's Summary

Santiago finally has what he wants. His baby is growing inside me.

I’ve rewritten her destiny, binding her to me for good.

Things are changing for us. I see beyond the monster he shows the world. See the scars he hides beneath the ink. 

ILove is a weakness men like me can’t afford. I’ve decided to keep her, but I’ll never forfeit my revenge.

His final betrayal proves his vengeance means more to him than our love.  

I will have my pound of flesh, no matter the cost.

I made a mistake trusting him. I forgot how much he likes my tears.  

When I am through, I’ll have what I thought I always needed.

I’ll run from him. I’ll have to. 

I’ll bring her back when she runs. I’ll always bring her back. She belongs with me.

But it’s too late when I realize he’s not the only monster in my world. And that mistake will cost us both dearly.                              

©2021 Natasha Knight & A. Zavarelli (P)2021 Natasha Knight & A. Zavarelli

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Some Redemption

This book was certainly better than the last installment in the series but it really didn’t get good until close to the end imo. Same ole song and dance for most of it. Narration was good throughout. I personally would not recommend this series as I didn’t feel it was worth the time and money/credits times 3.

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🌻I’m really sick of the Trilogy pattern🌻

🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻V from Kansas🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻

I REALLY HOPE AUTHORS READ REVIEWS!

Every dark, romantic trilogy follows the same dang pattern, and it’s gotten old. Book one, the hero treats the heroine cruelly to start, then things start to get better. Book one ends an epic cliffhanger which leads to book two, in which things get even worse, for the heroine. Book two ends with some type of traumatic event and cliffhanger number 2. Book three starts and the Hero realizes the errors of his ways but, now the heroine can’t forget her poor treatment and struggles to get passed her hurt and despair. Finally, some shared tragedy brings the Hero and Heroine to common ground and they work towards their HEA. Seriously? Two creative minds working together can’t come up with something that’s a bit original? I’ve gotten, to the point, that I want to just skip book two, all together.

In addition, this storyline mimicked other trilogies, I’ve listed to, so much that I stopped multiple times to try to figure out if this was a rewrite, or something. Nope, just the same old thing; even the part that the hero had a skull tattooed on half his face.

Honestly, I only enjoyed the resolution of the main conflict( the last two hours of book three). I’d return the entire trilogy except I know that I’d have to call audible, because they don’t like it when you return multiple books in a short period of time.

I’m so bummed by how trite this series was, For the first time in over a decade, I don’t feel like picking another book😡😭😭

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Sooo exhausting

OMFG I just can't believe they made Ivy this clueless stupid and extremely naive. She was raised in a world where there are expectations and yet she acts as if she's new to this. I just can't listen to this excuse to drag the story on by making Ivy the most clueless indecisive woman I've ever read about. it's to much to make sense of and to continue. Please make you next set of characters a little smarter they don't have to be perfect but good grief not like this.
It was such torture and only when she's almost.dead and after does she make any sense at all.

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Resurrection of the Heart

This is the last of the trilogy and I must admit I’m thankful! I really wanted to love it and not regret it…The female lead Ivy was just a very stupid women which in turn made me dislike the narration by Kai Kennicott that much more. So was it worth the 3 credits I spent Hell to the NO!

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Loved this Series!

This series was well written and definitely kept me wanting to listen nonstop through all 3 books. The character development was really laid out well as well as the whole story to keep you engaged. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I've read and listen to many of Natasha's books before and am a big fan. I believe I've read and listened to A. Zavarelli's books as well or maybe they were other collaborations with Natasha? I'm not positive without doing some searching. Either way, they seem to be a great team if this series is proof!!!
These 2 narrators are paired together often in the books I listen to and they are 2 of my faves. As usual, they didn't disappoint!

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The trilogy could have been done in two or one books. Why doesn't Santiago believe his wife and Ivy is very frustrating.
I am surprised Ivy is not more upset with Santiago after everything he has done to her. He is very cruel to her and I think Ivy has capture syndrome or PTSD. The storyline was good, but the authors could have done so much more with the characters.

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Honestly pretty boring.

This book was just poorly written. The entire trilogy is not that exciting and fairly predictable. Wouldn’t recommend. The narrators weren’t bad but it doesn’t make up for the bad writing.

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This series is nuts. Going from brutal abuse to baptisms is a far stretch. Santiago is selfish and offers little apology towards Ivy or her father the entire time. She is innocent through this whole series, ( a bit dumb most of the time) but innocent. He does horrible things to her in the span of one year and then it’s all okay because she has his baby?
Also, where are the accents? You can’t live in a place like that with no accent. This story was all over the place. Disappointed.

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Wonderful ending to this trilogy.

This dark story has a surprising final ending. I didnt know how they might redeem the H. But they did it very well!

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I had a hard time getting through the last book. It was kind of dragging.

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  • Babs
  • 04-14-22

Book 3...❤️ Love can conquer anything

I enjoyed the whole series of these books. Book 3 answers any questions you may have from the other two books. The story is well written and has depth to it. I love a book where you can see characters grow. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a dark romance with a happy ending.
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  • For Old Times' Sake
  • 01-22-22

*Dark*Intense*Emotional*

Resurrection of the Heart is the final part of the mafia romance trilogy from Natasha Knight and A Zavarelli.

The concluding part of this dramatic, dark and intense story, finds Ivy in real jeopardy, and Santiago frantic. Santiago is beginning to understand who his enemies really are, and what lengths they're prepared to go to. Alongside this, is a shift in this couple's relationship. Santiago and Ivy are bound together now by fate, their connection is growing, their chemistry is high and their emotions are falling into place. Santiago in particular, is softening and beginning to understand the depths of his own feelings towards Ivy. While Ivy has shown strength and resilience throughout.

While still a dark, intense novel, there is definitely more hope and optimism for this couple, and I really enjoyed the conclusion to this epic and entertaining series.

I really enjoyed the narration.

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  • Madfish
  • 09-13-22

Fantastic trilogy

This is an amazing trilogy that I have enjoyed over and over again. It’s a complex story that is harrowing at times but the happily ever after is so worth the journey. Absolutely recommended.