I have such a soft spot for this series, it is most definitely my favourite dark suspense erotica. I’ve said it before and I will say it again, I love dark and gritty, but I need true love to be a part of the story and this series has it in spades, this book especially.
Matias and Camila are childhood sweethearts, they grew up amongst the citrus groves in Texas, innocent and in love, with a future planned out. Things are not what they seem though, and Matias is ripped away from everything he ever knew was real and placed into the depths of a Columbian cartel, and not long after that, Camila is abducted by Van Quiso (sigh, I love him) and forced into sexual slavery.
“Eighteen year old Matias never kept secrets from her.
But the man he’d become was a mysterious, unreachable black hole.”
Disclaim sees Camila a free woman, and on a crusade to stop human trafficking. She has made it her personal mission to stop the horrific and heartbreaking trade between the evil monsters that changed her life forever and took her away from her happy ending with the love of her life.
Matias has been keeping an eye on Camila ever since her escape from captivity, he could capture her so easily, but is waiting for her to come to him before he claims her back for good.
“He wanted her to love every piece of him, even the most depraved and unworthy piecees. Especially those.”
When Camila agrees to become a slave again for the sake of her cause, she is shocked to find out that the man who has bought her, is not at all what he seems.
It was such an intricate story, with many secrets and layers, I loved how everything came together at the end. I loved the suspense of not knowing what Matias’s intentions were, but whatever they were, I couldn’t help but fall in love with him.
Highly passionate and emotional, I enjoyed it immensely. Pam Godwin sure knows how to write a sexy and disturbing read.
Disclaim is a dark romance and is part of a series of interconnecting stories, but can most definitely be read as a standalone.
Contains scenes that readers may find distressing.
ARC gratefully received from the author in exchange for an honest review