Torn (Dark Legacy Duet, #2)

Torn (Dark Legacy Duet, #2)

by Natasha Knight

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BN ID: 2940156074655
Publisher: Natasha Knight
Publication date: 11/14/2018
Series: Dark Legacy Duet , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 23,491
File size: 408 KB

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Torn (Dark Legacy Duet, #2) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Jenn_R85 13 days ago
Torn by Natasha Knight - 10 stars Sitting here and staring at the screen trying to figure out how to write the review for this book and honestly I am torn because there is SO much I want to say and yet I just want you to pick up the book and read it already. Torn is book 2 in the Dark Legacy duet and should NOT be read before book 1 Taken. Let me tell you that these books are on the “dark” side and may be considered as “unconventional” but if you have an open mind and are prepared to have your mind blown away by the amazing and phenomenal story line with magnificent writing than look no further, this is your lucky day. The story picks off right where we were left with the cliffhanger in Taken and the pace is on the steady/fast side with no dull moment in sight. From the first page to the very last THE END you will be glued to this book. Completely impossible to put down and once you’re done you will still crave for more. Let’s talk about the awesomeness that are Sebastian Scafoni and his feisty Helena “Willow Girl” but also the mysterious brother Gregory Scafoni. My poor Ipad almost overheated by their hot hot and I do mean HOT connection that was all over this book and trust me when I say panties are waste of time in this case. I would definitely put this one right up with “The Hottest Books Ever” simply because it is. The tension and urge to find “the way out” from the mess they all are in is so compelling and thrilling and have you turn those pages like they were on fire. It was so well written and thought out it blew my mind away and now when I’m done it feels like I am missing a part of me. I never wanted this book to end and will be re-reading the duet very shortly again. I can’t say that I “loved” this book because the feeling is stronger than that. Natasha Knight sure knows how to write her dark bad boys with strong heroines and that gets to me each and single time, but this duet is at the very top of her books for me. If this was a movie it would be on a massive repeat for my taste. I truly hope you give these books a shot because you need to experience the great quality of a book like this on your own. The highest recommendations on my part.
Anonymous 25 days ago
I'm a little torn I give this book 3.5 stars...…….. I did a buddy read with this book. It's was funny how we all had different opinions about certain things in this book. But it was fun to have someone to hold your hand through a story like this. I was very torn (no pun intended) on how I felt about some of the events that happened in this book. I don't want to mention them because they are spoilers. I did get some answers to questions that I had from the first book. But I felt like I still had questions at the end. I wanted to love the characters but I found them weak. They had strong points at times. But they let others control them to much. I wanted to love Sebastian, Helena and even Gregory. But they crossed lines that I found unforgiveable. I enjoyed the storyline. I just wish things would have played out differently.
DarGee 25 days ago
Okay, and wow, that was......... that was scary amazing!!!!!! So much pain, so much change, so much sexiness, it was crazy good. Please, please, please tell there will be more story for a certain Scafoni brother???? Okay, so this book, it picks up where Taken ended, with Helena in the hands of the crazies. Bad things happen, then she is saved. So much plot line that happens, the many emotions, from all the characters, hard to explain without giving anything away. Just know, Torn is appropriate as a title. Torn from what you want and want you should. Torn from following the path you know you should follow and the path you want to go, and what if they are the same? Torn by who you love, and why you shouldn't. Torn from family tradition and Torn from needing peace Sebastian and Helena go through so much, together, separately, internally, externally, to come out the other side as new people, who are whole, and no longer torn apart. A fantastic conclusion to a fantastic duet!
Tiffany 25 days ago
This book will bring you to your knees both emotionally and mentally. I was gripped from page 1. Sebastien and Helena are two characters that you will not forget. Helena thinks she is weak and appears timid but in the end she learns she holds a lot of more sway then she thinks. Sebastien is a man caught between a rock and a hard place. He is for the first time in his life in unfamiliar waters and hes barely treading water. Then there is Gregory his brother and a man who could take everything he has away from him in the blink of an eye. But Gregory is also the only ally he has in a world and family bent on destroying not only their competition but each other. This story captures you in a world full of intrigue, danger, romance, hot sex, and unforgettable people that you honestly forget you're only reading about instead of experiencing real time. Natasha Knight seems to up the ante and out do herself with every new story she puts out.
Jeanette Oglesby 25 days ago
Wow!!! For a story that when I started the first book Taken, that I thought I was not going to be into....I ABSOLUTELY fell in love with this duet. This for me was the best duet that I have read all year. I fell head over heels in love with Sebastian and Helena's story. I loved his bossiness and that he always had to be in control. I loved her feistiness and how she went against the rules and wanted to put an end to the Willow/Scafoni dark legacy. Their story is dark, unpredictable, and unlike anything that I have ever read. Now throw the brother Greg into the mix and I was at a crossroads with liking him just as much. The love that is not supposed to form between the three left my heartbroken for him. Although with that ending...I have my fingers crossed that Greg is going to get his own story. I hope that I am right because I want to see more of his story and I need to have those unanswered questions answered. This can't be the end of Greg or the ending of Amy....I have to know have these two disappeared off together????? Actually, I could use more of the Willow/Scafoni story including more of Helena and Sebastian. I am sad to see this end. This is a duet that I want to re-read again and again. Natasha never disappoints and she does a fantastic job writing and this is no different. She made me fall in love with this story and has me begging for more. I HIGHLY, HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS!! Happy Reading Everyone!!!