Twisted

Length: 6 hrs and 6 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (35 ratings)

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My brother was right. I always wanted my own Willow girl.

What happened on that island didn’t break me. It twisted me. Corrupted me. Made me into a monster.

Although, I guess, it’s true what she says. You can’t become something that wasn’t inside you all along. 

This was always going to happen. I was always going to take Amelia Willow. History and destiny sealed her fate. Sealed both of ours. 

For months, I’ve been waiting. Watching. Preparing.

And tonight, everything will change. Because tonight, I’ll collect my own Willow girl.

Author’s note: Twisted is a stand-alone spin-off of the Dark Legacy Duet. No cliff-hanger!

©2019 Natasha Knight (P)2019 Natasha Knight

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SO DAMN GOOD.. BUT BEST TREATED AS BOOK 3

To get the best from this audiobook, IMO, it would definitely be best heard AFTER the Dark Legacy Duet (Taken and Torn) because those two books go into greater depth about the whole twisted legacy of the Willow girl ancient tradition. They will also give you a better insight into the relationship between Gregory, Sebastian and Helena, they will give you a feel for what torment and emotional pain Gregory went through during the ‘reaping’ and they will reveal the complex, dark and twisted build-up to the trio’s relationship and very steamy ménage. And I personally had ABSOLUTELY no problem at all listening to those two epic riveting books again before this HEA for Gregory.

Gregory was always a dark soul.. but his tormented rejection over what happened on the island damaged him even more.. so now he’s determined to get revenge.. and to claim his own Wllow girl to fill his loneliness, to calm his anger and to purge his passion for Helena. And his cunning plan involves Helena’s naive and innocent sister Amelia. It wasn’t meant to be forever but, as Gregory gets to know Amelia, lowers his walls and Mafia danger threatens, he realizes that they have both been emotionally damaged by the reaping, that he has to let go of the past to move on, that they’re perfect for each other.. and that love is finally his with the right Wllow girl.

Worth a credit? Yes and I’m so pleased Gregory finally got his HEA in this dual PoV story.. however, IMO, it’s not quite as dark.. or twisted.. or h.h.hot as Taken and Torn. But it’s still a definite 5 star audiobook with a moody alpha anti-hero, a well-paced build-up, mystery, passion, a purging of ghosts, great chemistry, romance, sex, character growth and brilliant narration. And it also brings you up-to-date with Sebastian and Helena’s relationship, their current emotional struggles and finally reunites the brothers.

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So twisted and Torn!

Finally, Gregory gets his story! While this is a stand alone spin off, if you want to get the full effect, it's best listened to after the Dark Legacy Duet. We first meet Gregory in Taken, as we learn about the Willow girls and the legacy, we see how damaged Gregory becomes. This story lets him find his own way. After leaving the island, Gregory twisted soul yearns for his own Willow girl. The best revenge is to go after Amelia, Helena's younger sister. But what he doesn't know is she is just as damaged as he is. Natasha Knight's tale takes us through the mind of Gregory, his tortured soul, how he takes it out on Amelia and how she responds to him. It's dark, dangerous and delicious!

Narration of this story is impeccable. Michael Pauley plays the dark tortured soul to a "T", feeling his pain with all the emotions and inflections of his voice. He is the perfect cast for this role. Opposite him is MacKenzie Cartwright with the same ability to pull us into Amelia's pain and yearn for the happiness she seeks. I love narration teams that have the ability to let us feel the characters and these two could not have been a better match.

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so twisted

So twisted! Soooo good! Stop! if you haven't read Broken and Torn, read those first. They all go together and will explain the Willow girls and all that happened with Gregory and his brother. There is a lot to unpack here ... the curse, the kidnapping, the bird, the murder, the visions, her drawings, the branding and the tattoos, Lucinda, the babies and the reunion of the brothers.

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Surprising

A few minutes into the story I was prepared to stop listening.. probably for 2 reasons... 1 I didnt listen to the other 2 prior books in the series, and secondly I didn't like the way The Hero treated the Heroine at the beginning of the book.. but I'm glad I kept listening as he DID redeem himself toward the end.
overall it was OK. not really for me tho.
The male nerrater was not one I've heard a lot of and he was a little off putting to the story.

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  • 02-01-20

Fantastic read

You should read taken and torn before reading this book. Although the author says it's a standalone you miss the context of certain storylines if you don't nor will you appreciate the journey and development of certain characters. It was fitting to read about Gregory and watch his story reveal. Some people say his character wasn't dark enough, however I think that makes sense when you consider what he went through in taken and torn. I loved this book