Editorial Reviews. From the Author. If you’d like to be notified when new books come out, Keep Me (Twist Me Book 2) by [Zaires, Anna, Zales. Read “Keep Me (Twist Me #2)” by Anna Zaires with Rakuten Kobo. Book 2 in the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Dark Romance Trilogy Abducted. She can love me, but she can’t change me. I can, however, change her. My name is Julian Esguerra, and Nora is mine to keep. Keep Me is the sequel to Twist.

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Those things had to be addressed and Julian should have somehow express his remorse, like wasn’t that the purpose of this book? I wouldn’t want him any other way. In this book you get to see how Nora has grew into a strong person although she is still unsure if Julian loves her, which he does he just has never felt or received love before she knows that he wants and needs her and that he is never letting her go and you also see that she loves Julian for who he is a sadistic monster that bring out the masochistic in her and she loves it.

Blah blah blah Other than that I totally enjoyed and would recommend only if Rape is not a trigger.

It is a romance but very different from your traditional romances. I believe the third final installment comes out sometime in Nora is trying to grow a backbone as Julian’s wife and soon to be view spoiler [ mother hide spoiler ]. As she anna to piece back together her life, the depression of losing Julian in undeniable, but resume her life she must, so she begins that task. All three books were just great, especially the last two when Julian and Nora’s relationship is more defined.


Keep Me by Anna Zaires – book review

She redeems herself though, there are times in all keep where Nora is badass and I love her! This whole series is by no means a Light read.

Also Nora is justifying Julian’s killing pretty vigorously. Moreover, the expert narration adds an extra spine tingling effect that makes this a must listen to series. Julian on the other hand is dealing with another situation that is brewing between him and his pet. I loved how these narrators maintained the consistency of the various characters voices from the zzaires book making it easy to fall back in to listening to this next adventure in Hold Me.

I will give her everything, and I will take everything from her in return. It feels more real now, more substantial. I can, however, change her. Well, i embraced more drama of the added baby ann And she grows to love her captor.

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Who knows maybe you’ll fall in love. He is so utterly obsessed with Nora that it borders pain to be away from her.

View all 35 comments. This book picks up where the last one “Twist Me” left off Julian shows up in the middle of the night to take his Nora. I really liked how they grew as a couple.


I am also going to miss Rosa. As the I’m still wondering what the heck is wrong me. I was wrong, wrong, wrong. She lives in a dangerous world so she adapts, she changes. Julian is raw, hot, commanding and is what you could call a anti-hero with his lack of morals.

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And, as a result, I now find myself not wanting to leave my house – or bed to be specific – or socialize with anyone – including through the interwebs. I was hoping that she and Lucas are going to happen but I saw that Lucas is going to be with Yulyia which is a bummer.

He’s clearly a little unhinged but I’m okay with that. There are still a few parts I didn’t enjoy much like Julian’s forcing ways or Nora’s I-forgive-everything. That monster will always lie in wait.

If happy, they fuck. She let him control her with too little fight.

But then we have a relationship beetween brainwashed and psycho. Zairse head begins to throb with remembered agony, my half-healed eye socket burning with emptiness once again. Also, please visit her husband and collaborator, Dima Zales, at www.