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    Gregory's own Willow Girl!

    I can't say I loved Gregory in Taken and Torn, the duet that precedes this book, but by the end of Torn, I knew I wanted him to have his own Willow Girl, just as he did. He found her in Amelia, Helena's sister. Once again, their tale is one shrouded in darkness and secrets, in assumptions and lies. I was entranced with their story, though their path to finding their own version of happiness was paved with dark pain and misgivings. I'm still curious about Lucinda and Ethan, and I wonder if we've seen the last of Stefan. But this book gave us so much more insight into Gregory the man, the monster, and the angel, and he's wormed his way into my heart too!
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    Gregory and Amelia's story is UNFORGETTABLE!!!

    After reading Taken and Torn (The Dark Legacy Duet) and seeing Sebastian and Helena's hard-fought HEA. I couldn't help but wonder....whatever became of Gregory Scafoni, the man who seemed to be even MORE damaged, if that's even possible, than his older brother? We have the answer to that question, and many more, in the extremely aptly-named Twisted!!! All I can say is, things are NEVER as they appear to be in a Natasha Knight tale! This one had my head and my heart spinning in all the BEST ways! When last we heard from him, Gregory had helped put an end to the UNBELIEVABLY dark and intriguing Scafoni/Willow legacy...and left the island a broken, lonely, very angry man. Helena had sensed all that Gregory hid beneath the cruel, hard facade and we learn EXACTLY what he's made of in this surprisingly EMOTIONAL love story between two people who seem to be very different but in reality are so very much alike! Amelia Willow is Gregory's soul mate in sooooo many ways and the way their story unfolds was truly gripping and deeply satisfying! The roller coaster ride to the exiting and soul-satisfying conclusion was EPIC and the intense emotions will stay with me for a long, long time! I think a part of my heart will forever belong to Gregory Scafoni and I'm okay with that! I'd like to mention too, that even though Twisted CAN be read as a standalone I would STRONGLY urge you to read Taken and Torn first in order to get the entire AWEMAZING experience that reading these novels will give you!
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    Nothing prepared me for what unfolded

    I wanted Gregory to get his own story, his own Willow Girl and Knight delivered. If you haven't read the first two books might I suggest you go no further- without that background of events nothing that happens within these pages will have any real impact You will not understand the depth of betrayal that Gregory feels towards his brother and why You will not comprehend the almost painful need that drives his desires to acquire and own a Willow Girl The wraiths that haunt the edges of the darkness will make no sense Amelia will be just another girl And this will be just another story For the rest of us - I went in with so many allusions as to how this would play out - Nothing prepared me for what unfolded- This was a beautifully detailed romance that brought the reader past the darkness This did not have the physical darkness we experienced at the beginning of the series - This was more. This was Gregory raw and unabridged - It answered so many questions for me. Amelia I never even saw coming! There were so many ghosts that needed to be laid to rest. I still have a lot of questions that need to be answered - We have an HFN - But what about little Scafonis? What about Ethan? Mom? Come on like you don't want to know what she did? What happened to her?
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    Twists and turns, but staying still

    This was a read clouded in mist, as both Amelia and Gregory were always just a bit to the side. A little not of the norm, but still managing to fit in. Gregory thought he had what he wanted, and then walked away from it. Amelia didn’t get what she wanted and couldn’t walk away from it. Then the fates brought them together, or rather, Gregory decided they should be together As different as they seem, the more they are together, the more similar they realize they are. The darkness they crave, it is satisfied by the other. The broken pieces are easily arranged when they are together. The ache that life has left within themselves, is soothed when they are together Their twists and turns compliment each other, and neither was missing out, they just needed to be together
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    Gregory

    An absolutely great read. Angst, love and happy endings.
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