Review: Vanquish by Pam Godwin

description*** It is recommended to read after Deliver, but it can be read as a stand-alone. Warning: Graphic sex and violence. Age 18+ only ***

Her life is like a prison cell.
A self-made, to-hell-with-the-free-world existence that locks from the inside.
Stop judging. Her agoraphobia doesn’t define her. It simply keeps her safe.

He belongs in a prison cell.
The 6x8, make-me-your-b*tch variety that locks from the outside.
But he’s free. To hunt. To take. To break.
And he just found a sexy new toy.

Capturing her is the easy part. Her f*cked-up mind, however, makes him question everything he does next.
But he’s a determined bastard. If all goes his way, this will hurt like hell.

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Absolutely fantastic!! I loved it!!

Vanquish is yet another success. Not an easy one. Van was quite the devil and some who read Deliver knows how cruel the man can be. But just as I suspected, Van is hiding a sensibility and is more complicated than he looks. There was a point in the book where I even had tears in my eyes because there were too many emotions and I felt like everything was against him when he needed just a little hope and deserve some happiness on his own.

I particularly liked the fact Pam Godwin let him be who he is. He doesn't change right away and is still a dangerous man. The little change in him are progressive and the feelings he has comes naturally.

Amber was an interesting character who faced so many traumas. she could have been a weak heroine but I quickly saw she wasn't what I could have thought in the first place. She is strong , fierce and determined.

Van & Amber are two broken soul and they need each other. After reading the blurb I was wondering how both of them would be able to end together but Pam Godwin did it. She gives these two a poignant background, lots of issues to overcome and made the impossible possible.

If you like Dark Romance this series should be in one of your shelf right now if it's not done already. And If you have it, you should consider reading it.

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