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Monday, May 13, 2013

Twisted by Rebecca Zenetti



Publisher Description


In human form, Terrent Vilks is all male animal—dark, ripped, predatory. As wolf, he’s unforgettably dangerous, unforgettably hot. Yet Maggie can’t remember him….Not even when she learns she once agreed to mate him. Yeah, that was years ago, before she was kidnapped and tortured, before she lost her memory. Now she knows just one thing about herself—she’ll do whatever it takes to bring down the monsters who took her, even trust her ex.

Review


Twisted is a novella, book 5.5 in the Dark Protectors series by Rebecca Zanetti . Vampires, Wolves, and hotties, oh my! Dark Protectors are 100% alpha male yummy goodness. Maggie spent the last decade being tortured by the Kurjans, the mortal (immortal?) enemies of the Dark Protectors. She has no memory of her life before she was kidnapped ten years ago. Maggie is trying to get her life back when Terrent Vilks drops the bomb on her. They were supposed to be mated before she was taken. They loved each other. She cannot remember knowing him, so how could she have loved him? Terrent doesn't care that she has lost those memories. They can build new ones. So long as no one kills them first, that is.

A fast paced read from page one, Twisted grabs you and never lets go. There is enough action to make you forget this is supposed to be a novella, not a full length novel. Steam practically rises off the pages when Maggie and Terrent are together. This book is the paranormal equivalent to the movie The Vow with a MUCH better ending. If you have not read the Dark Protectors, I recommend them. I am waiting for Janie's story, book 7, which is available in 2014. It is sure to be the best one yet.

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-Seph

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Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Netgalley as part of their Professional Reader program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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