Natasha Knight ~ Unholy Union ~ Release Blitz / Teasers / ARC Review


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.
I am.

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.



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My ARC Review:


This was a fantastic read, a dark mafia romance with a fabulous anti-hero and a heroine that is a fighter. Totally engrossing story line, I couldn’t put it down and I can’t wait for the next book!!

Full of dark secrets, lies and revenge…. Cristina is an only child when she first meets Damian and asks him if he is a monster, if only she knew….

Years later and Damian returns to claim her on her 18th birthday, a pact made by their fathers as a result of a fateful accident which affected both their families years earlier.

Damian has been waiting for years to get his hands on Cristina, years of plotting and waiting, and now he has her its not quite what he expected. She’s a fighter, which he likes, it brings out the darker side of him. But he also wants to protect her, something he hasn’t accounted for. Cristina is determined to fight him at every turn but is shocked and terrified that she is attracted to him and they have chemistry that just sizzles. But there are worse monsters around than Damian, as she finds out as the dark secrets and twists in the plot reveal.

A great read, I loved these two together, fighting each other, attracted to each other, so different yet so much in common, I can’t wait to read the next book! Highly recommended.

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Author Bio
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.
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