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With Ties That Bind

A Broken Bonds Novel, Book 2
Length: 14 hrs and 54 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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Detective Ethan Quinn has questions. The Arlington Slasher case is closed, the UNSUB no longer a threat - but Quinn can’t quiet the suspicion he harbors toward his partner and the young, attractive ME. Not only does he loathe his uncertainty, he’s torn between doing his job and protecting his team.

Burying himself in cases no longer works. He’s restless. On edge. And tired of fighting his compulsions. Quinn has always viewed the law in black and white. Only now his world is swirling with a murky gray that threatens to devour him.

When lead medical examiner Avery Johnson careens toward a dangerous path, she pulls the unwitting detective into a dark web of deception and lust, triggered by a spree of recent killings.

Is this new player linked to the Bathory murders, or is it another copycat?

Time almost took Avery from him once before. As the clock ticks, Quinn will stop at nothing to protect her, refusing to let Avery become a victim again. Against his uncompromising logic, Quinn can’t deny his feelings. Avery forces him to acknowledge his darker desires, tempting his control - which weakens with every second he spends with the feisty ME as they hunt down the perpetrator threatening to tear them apart.

©2016 Trisha Wolfe (P)2018 Oh My Audiobooks

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Soooo gooooddd

I am a big fan of this author, this book is amazing. A must listen.

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  • Bree
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Trisha Wolfe Is The Best Writer In This Genre!

Quinn and Avery are no Colton and Sadie, but I enjoyed diving back into the world of Broken Bonds.


I read the first book in this series as an eBook, then went back and reread it when the audiobook was released, since the audiobook version of this series combines all three books into one.

This series, like With Visions of Red, works as a series or as a completed book. The physical and ebooks give you little breaks if the darkness is a little too much for you all in one sitting.

It isn’t for me. Not at all. Give me all of Trisha Wolfe’s darkness.

In fact, Avery and Quinn were almost a little too “light” for me (which isn’t saying much, trust me) in comparison to Sadie/Colton and London/Grayson (Darkly, Madly Duet).

One of the best things that TW does is dig deeply into the dark minds and Avery and Quinn are much more “normal” than the previous characters of hers that I read.

By the second book, I started losing interest a bit, but by the third book, my interest spiked again. I loved the ending of this series, particularly how London was briefly mentioned. It made me smile hearing her name. I love knowing what I know now about Sadie after having glimpsed her in Born, Darkly.

I pretty much have loved all the female characters in TW’s books that I’ve read, and that, unfortunately, is pretty rare for me.

The female characters here are strong and fierce without being obnoxious. They are subtle in their dark badassery and I appreciate that.

Seeing Sadie and Colton from Avery and Quinn’s POVs actually made me love them more. I love seeing how others view Sadie after being in her head in With Visions of Red. It’s obvious that she doesn’t realize just how intimidating she is.

Don’t get me wrong, I loved Avery, too. I loved Avery in the first book. But Sadie is certainly a much more interesting character.

Quinn isn’t necessarily my cup of tea, he’s a little too much of a stereotype for me, but I really liked him with Avery.

Overall, these books are worth reading, especially if you were a fan of the Darkly, Madly duet and the With Visions of Red trilogy.

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*****************DELICIOUSLY DARK*****************

This is the best series I have listened to in a very long time!!! Bravo Trisha Wolf, especially for not dribbling your story out with endless cliffhangers! Looking forward to what comes next!

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5 stars

With Ties That Bind #1:

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I'm so glad these characters (Avery & Quinn) are continuing this series. I'm loving the suspense so far! Can't wait to see what happens next!

With Ties That Bind #2:

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Wow, can you imagine if the drug Trisha Wolfe created in this book was real?! It's seriously messed up on how realistic it could be. I'm loving how this story is unfolding. I can't wait till the conclusion.

With Ties That Bind #3:

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I really did like this 2nd trilogy, maybe I liked the first 3 more? The narrators were good. I highly recommend this series.

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Holy shat dude!

This series was wicked! I absolutely love this authors story weaving and can’t wait to read more of her work!

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#Rubby#Denmark

Regrate buying this book its dosen’t do it for me. The female narrator is boring the male narrator has voice like a 100yrs oldman. But I loved book one, should have stop there.

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A bit repetitive

I really liked the 1st book. This one had good some ideas for a story but it started to repeat things that happened in the 1st book. Someone in the PD is a leak again, Avery gets kidnapped for the 2nd time straight out of the police department again. after the description of Detective Quinn in the 1st book, I imagine him looking like an old school, creepy looking old guy cop. So in this book when Avery and Quinn get together it didn't feel like an attractive fit. I felt like neither character had much depth. They had next to no background. But I finished listening to it kept my interest. it was still worth the credit.

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WOW

Wow as in its long ... wow as in its in-depth & the Team rolls over to another sadistic Person (The Alpha) weaving & torturing the way through people hiding in plan sight ..... Its good but did find myself mind wondering off, then tuning back in but over all I did enjoy the book ..