Title: Unholy Union
Series: Unholy Union Duet #1
Author: Natasha Knight
Genre: Dark Romance
Release Date: August 25, 2020
Circumstance put Cristina on my path.
Fate bound her to me.Cristina and I share a common past. A single night that changed the course of our lives.She asked me if I was a monster the night I met her.
She’s about to learn I’m her monster.
Because the countdown that began eight years ago has ended. Her time is up.
On the stroke of midnight, she’s mine.
Unholy Union is the first book in the Unholy Union Duet. This is a dark Mafia romance and another very good book by this author! Whenever I see that Natasha Knight has a book out I know it will be good and I can’t wait to get my hands on it!
This is Damian Di Santo and Cristina Valentina’s story. Cristina had lost her brother and mother in an auto accident and then a year later she lost her father. Cristina unknowingly first met Damian when she was 10 years old the day she lost her father in a supposed suicide, but was it a suicide? You will have to figure that one out. She went to live with her uncle. On her 18th birthday. Damian came to get her. She was to pay back a debt. When her mother and brother were killed her father had been driving impaired. Damian’s family was in the car that her father had hit. Damian lost family too.
“She’ll soon learn I’m more than that. I’m her worst nightmare about to come true.”
I feel like I should have realized early on what the cliffhanger was going to be about. I am so ready for the next book in this duet to come out! As far as I am concerned it can’t come soon enough! This book had me gripping the edge of my seat anticipating what was going to happen next. I loved reading Unholy Union now bring on Unholy Intent! 5 stars!
Lita T’s Review: 4.5 Stars
Unholy Union (Unholy Union duet # 1) by Natasha Knight. Cristina at an early age was involved in an accident that took her mother and her brother. At 10 she woke to voices coming from her father’s study. The things she heard frightened her. She met a man with burnt skin who put her back to bed and told her monsters do exist. That night she lost her father. Now at 18 she discovers that the man from that night owns her. She is payment for the sins of her father. Damian first met her at 10 years old. He now has come to claim her on her 18th birthday. He has rebuild his father’s empire by being the monster he is. He didn’t think he would fall for her. Cristina never imagined having an attraction to Damian. He can be cruel and abusive however she can’t understand how she craves his body. This story is yummy. I loved the premise even though it has been done before. But this time there is a twist that I kinda expected but definitely look forward to the outcome. Damian knows the score but when a blast from the past appears, he knows the game is about to change. I am chopping at the bit for book two. Damian is all kinds of dark, brooding and sexy. Cristina is inexperienced but has a naughty side. Where the next book goes is anybody’s guess. Bring it on. 4.5 stars for me.
Bettina A’s Review: 4 stars
Tragedy struck Cristina at the age of nine. She lost her mom and brother in a terrible accident. One year later she finds unknown men in her home with her father and learns that not all monsters hide in the dark. That’s the night she met Damian Di Santos. Fast forward eight years later and Cristina’s 18th birthday she learns about her family’s secret. That she belongs to Damian Di Santos and he’s ready to collect.
I finished this book in one day. I wanted to know what was going to happen between Cristina and Damian. I liked that Cristina has a lot of fight in her and that she isn’t easily controlled. Damian was a little hot and cold for me. I didn’t know what to expect from him. I hoped that he would push the boundaries a lot more but I have a twisted mind so I can’t be too disappointed. I would recommend this book to others and I am definitely looking forward to the next book.
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USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance, Natasha Knight specializes in dark, tortured heroes. Happily-Ever-Afters are almost always guaranteed, but she likes to put her characters through hell to get them there. She’s evil like that.