My rating: 4 of 5 stars
With this third book in this series, Pal Godwin once again threw me for a loop thanks to a completely different atmosphere: the highly suspenseful plot that left me wondering what there was to see I wasn't seing... argh...It was so infuriatingly good!
Determined to fight against human trafficking, Camilla finds herself confronted with her past, at the hands of the man of her dreams. Only, her dreams turned to her worst nightmares.
Deliciously twisted, riddled with tension, Disclaim is definitely not, like the entire series, for the faint of hearts.
Mysterious, gritty, edgy, it held my attention from cover to cover. Pam Godwin brillantly captured her characters' emotion, the fear, the pain, the heartache and the conflict. And yet, the intimacy between Camila and Matias was beautiful. What's not to love in this book? It certainly isn't an easy ride, and it will get so much worse before it eventually gets better....
You'll rather hate or love Matias; his ruthless methods and detached behavior will make you cringe, only to eventually discover the heartbreaking truth.
“What’s the prize?” He watched her intently. “Happiness without fear. Love without cruelty.” She closed her eyes, voice raw with honesty. “You without slavery.”
Camila's strength, her willpower, and faith in Matias will be tested numerous times, but when souls, no matter how dark they are call to one another, how will Camilla resist?
"Dangerous and crazy is the way I operate, Camila.”
The only bemol in the story, and that's why I didn't give 5 stars, is that I didn't buy Camila's theory or rather plan in the scene with Nico, I found it too easy and unrealistic, but maybe it's just my reflexes in economics speaking...
Deliciously twisted, riddled with tension, Disclaim is definitely not, like the entire series, for the faint of hearts. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I did!
"You’re my life, mi vida.”
*I VOLUNTARILY REVIEWED AN ARC COPY OF THIS BOOK. THANK YOU!!!
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Devastate, Book #4 in the Deliver Series
“What is the price you’re willing to pay?” “Money isn’t an issue.” “I’m not talking about money.”
Tate is on the hunt to find his best friend’s sister. Eleven years ago, Lucia Dias was abducted. Presumed dead. He never met her, so why does he care? Some might call his efforts noble, but his motivation is more perverse, bordering on obsession.
When he follows a chilling lead to Venezuela’s Kidnap Alley, what he finds is neither a corpse nor a captive.
Amid poisonous lies and crippling depravity, the price of love is devastation. And he pays. With his body, his blood, and her life.