Review: THE CASTLE by Skye Warren

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If I could give it a 100 stars, I would!!!

These are desperate times for Avery and Gabriel. A mad man is after Avery’s life so Gabriel does the only thing he sees acceptable; lock Avery away in his mansion. He knows how wrong he is but his desperation for Avery knows no bounds and he’ll to go any lengths so keep her as his.

As mesmerized as she is with Gabriel, Avery’s mind keeps telling her that maybe the danger she is hiding away from is closer than she expects. She wants to trust him with everything in her but some things are better not laid out. Is she going insane like her mother did? Or is there some heartbreaking secret that is simmering just below the surface, waiting to spill over and wreck everything in Avery’s life?

I don’t think I was able to properly breathe until I finished this book. The Castle is one of the post poetically written stories I’ve ever read. The Gothic feel to it, the numerous amounts of secrets waiting to spill over and a manic villain all made this an impactful story. My heart was breaking for Avery and all the things the poor girl went through.

If you thought the previous books were emotional, let me tell you, you haven’t seen anything yet. I didn’t know that Gabriel’s character could get so emotional. His love and desperation for Avery was palpable and GOD I swooned so much. It would really help me if Gabriel was a real person.

Skye Warren is a pro at creating a dark mystery and making it sexy and so heartfelt. Everything tied up perfectly and believe me, you won’t see the end coming. You will be left in pieces and then mended together.

Now, all I need is Damon’s story to make my life happy.

Absolutely a 5+ Stars read!!!!


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Safe in the ivory tower…

Gabriel Miller swears he’ll keep me safe. Enemies lurk outside, waiting to strike. An army held back by these walls.

Except some animal instinct warns me the danger is much closer. It’s already here. Is Gabriel my protector or my enemy? Is this house a castle or a cage?

There’s nowhere for me to go, no one left for me to trust.

No escape from a past determined to capture its prize.

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