"You're part samodiva. I knew that when I met you. It's in your blood to be distracted by beauty...and pleasure." He turned to face her, taking in every sensuous curve of her female form. "You seem to have forgotten that it's in my blood as well. Whatever shall I do to remind you?"
Scandal. Blackmail. Obsession. It's just another day if you're a Marinossian. When Annika disappears without a trace, Talvi launches the hunt for his most infuriating rival yet. His only clues are from a government he's increasingly at odds with. In exchange for access to their resources, he does the unthinkable and reveals Annika's true nature. Time is short, but the list of names Talvi can trust keeps getting shorter. Back home at the family's country estate, his brother Finn is blindsided when the missing redhead turns up injured with no recollection of how she arrived. While his mother tends to her physical wounds, Finn's given the task of restoring her memory...and he just can't resist showing her his version of the truth. But playing mind games is like playing roulette - and someone's luck is about to run out.
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A little darker and more sensual than before
- A D.
I listened to this story in one go and at over 14 hours that is a testament to how amazing it is. Each of the books in the series gets more gripping and pulls me in more and more. Book 3 started very differently from the first 2, with an urgency that pulled me straight in and shut out everything else. I had forgotten how charismatic Nick's voice is and how well suited he is to narrate this story.
The whole of this book is centered very much on the families emotions, good, selfish, misguided and obsession. Where this all leads is why I listened for 14 hours straight. No spoilers from me, this is a book you just have to listen to, if you have listened to the first 2 I can't imagine you will be able to resist the lure of it.
I know I have just finished it but I just have to listen to it again it is just that good, and that is definitely something I do not say lightly.