Series: The Dumonts #2
Published by Self-Published on November 19th 2019
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Source: Borrowed, Kindle Unlimited
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Karina Halle, the New York Times bestselling author of Discretion, lifts the veil off a privileged family dynasty to reveal a wealth of secrets and dangerous obsessions.
Seraphine Dumont seems to have it all: she’s gorgeous, brilliant, and part of one of France’s most illustrious dynasties. But underneath the facade, Seraphine struggles to hold it all together. Besides grieving her adoptive father’s suspicious and sudden death, she also shares a tenuous role in the family business with Blaise, her in-name-only cousin. As tumultuous as their history is, he may be the only member of the deceptive Dumont family she can trust.
Seraphine is a temptation Blaise can’t resist. The torch he’s carried for years still burns. It’s his secret—a quiet obsession just out of reach. Until his brother demands that he spy on the increasingly cagey Seraphine, whom their father considers a dispensable Dumont outlier. But the more Blaise watches her and the closer he gets, the more he sees Seraphine may have every right to be suspicious. And she could be the next one in danger—from his own family.
As blood runs hot and hearts give in, Seraphine and Blaise have only each other. But can their love survive the secrets they’re about to uncover?
What I love so much about family saga’s is watching the dynamics unravel. And how Seraphine and Blaise’s slowly untangled themselves from the family drama was EPIC!
I appreciate how the author took her time in explaining their history. The family relations may be awkward at the beginning but as the love story unfolds, you come to realize that there wasn’t ever going to be anyone else for these two.
I admired how the author described their emotions. I could definitely feel their love, their need, and of course their passion. Blaise was made out to be Seraphine’s hero, and she – his savior.
The first book in the series – Discretion was good, the second – Disarm was great. I am certain that the story of the anti-hero in Disavow is going to be FANTASTIC. I can’t wait!