Review: Dishonorable by Natasha Knight

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“My cock twitched, but it wasn't just a fuck I wanted. It was so much more. A claiming. A taking. An owning.”


It has been awhile since I've read something as like this, a man wanting a bride as a payment for a debt owed to him to exact revenge he thinks he deserved and a woman, barely but is aged beyond experience although a little naiveté, who would do anything to be loved and saved her sister from the horrors of the world.

Raphael Amado is a mysterious and dangerous man with secrets that could destroy the woman he married and yet would still do it for restitution. One thing he is not, is a liar.

Sofia Guardia lost her parents when they were still young and together with her sister, they grew up with her grandfather. They were never really close, more like a comfort that they have someone they can call a family. She spent most of her time in a boarding school.



I love the characters and the slow build of the drama that will unfold. I love that this book isn't too heavy and feels like the flow is easy, no rush or taking it too long. There's just a hint of suspense that will keep you on the edge and a little light-hearted feel good moment to not overwhelm you of the anguish, misery and hate. I think what I love most is that the characters are sensible and there's just something in them that you will love and hate in equal measures.

Natasha Knight gave a story about letting go and setting one's self free. A book full of lust and angst, secrets and betrayals!


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