My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I Thee Take by Natasha Knight is the second book in the To Have and Hold Duet. These books most definitely need read in order. I fell in love with the story of Cristiano and Scarlett. These two are from to feuding families but the pull they have for each other is like nothing else in this stratosphere.
Cristiano was out for blood. He wanted nothing more than to avenge his family and if that meant stealing the bride of the man who murdered them than he would and he didn't care what kind of obstacle got in his way.
Scarlett would do whatever it took to save her baby brother even if it meant marrying the man who kidnapped her... The first time.
The chemistry Cristiano and Scarlett built up till this point was all from book one. Which I am telling you, you have to read first. The angst and adrenaline in book two keeps you seated and glued to these pages. I loved this story.
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Title: I Thee Take
Series: To Have and To Hold Duet #2
Author: Natasha Knight
Genre: Dark Mafia Romance
Release Date: February 23, 2021
Cristiano is my enemy. He’s also the only man with whom I’ve ever felt safe. Protected.
But I have to remember that he married me with one purpose in mind. Revenge. I would be the bridge to his real enemies.
I can’t let myself forget that he isn’t the hero of this story. His hands are covered in blood. I saw that with my own eyes.
I thought I knew Scarlett’s past, but I didn’t know anything.
I thought I knew the worst of monsters, but I hadn’t seen anything yet.
Sometimes you have to lie to yourself to survive.
Sometimes it’s those closest to you who will bury their knives in your back.
Too many times it’s the innocents who pay for your mistakes. For your refusal to see.
I can’t let Scarlett pay for mine.
But I may be too late to stop it.
Natasha Knight is the USA Today Bestselling author of Romantic Suspense and Dark Romance Novels. She has sold over half a million books and is translated into six languages. She currently lives in The Netherlands with her husband and two daughters and when she’s not writing, she’s walking in the woods listening to a book, sitting in a corner reading or off exploring the world as often as she can get away.