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Twisted Vows by Candice Wright

by | Jan 11, 2022 | Dark, New releases, Reading, Reviews, Romance | 0 comments

3.5 stars
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Twisted Vows ( A Collateral Damage Novel 2)

My parents raised me to believe in magic.

They showered me with love and told me tales of unicorns and princesses.

What they should have done is warn me about monsters.

I wanted the fairytale

And for one perfect moment, I thought I had it

But that was before my husband became a monster

Before he hurt me, before he hurt others

And then he died

Leaving me defenseless amid the chaos he created.

Escaping my cage with broken wings just left me vulnerable to predators

My innocence didn’t matter. Nobody cared that I had paid for my mistakes with blood, scars, and broken bones.

I was guilty by association, and somebody had to be held accountable

After all, every fairytale needs a villain; I just didn’t expect it to be me.

Now with nowhere else to go, I hide with the one person who can keep me safe.

They say that the enemy of my enemy is my friend.

So why do I feel like I survived a monster only to end up in the arms of the devil himself?

Triggers: This book contains scenes of violence, adult language, and sexual situations that require the reader to be 18 or over.

Review – Twisted Vows


The best part about books by this author is that I never know what’s going to happen, and the twists and turns in every story is just mind-blowing.

Once in a while secondary characters really intrigue me, and this happened when we met Cash in Ricochet. 

In Twisted Vows, Cash seeks revenge and closure and he is certain that Layla has the answers he is looking for. Layla only wants peace and a new start, but soon finds herself in the middle of a twisted game she doesn’t know the rules of.

In this story nothing is as it seems, and what you think you know might not be the reality after all.

Some of the greatest warriors in history

carried the biggest scars on their skin

This was intense and heartbreaking read and I got so mad at some of the characters. Luckily they redeemed themselves one by one. Cash and Layla had a connection and chemistry, but the idea of a HEA for them  took me a little while to see and feel. In the end they were perfect for each other and all their broken pieces fit together to form a beautiful puzzle. 

A great story that grabbed and kept my attention from the start. The twists and turns were unreal and some I never saw coming. I do wish that some parts were fleshed out a bit more, and I kinda didn’t like the ending – it felt a bit unresolved and abrupt. Excited to see where this twisted series takes us next though 


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