Review – Twined Bond by Emma Hart

You know? I’ve followed this series from the very beginning, I’ve eagerly anticipated each and every instalment and I’ve enjoyed every trip to Holly Woods that I’ve been on. 

Now after reading Twined Bond, the very last one, I’m feeling kinda lost. This whole journey has been bittersweet. I have so many moments from this series that will stick with me, but I honestly can’t believe it’s over.

Twined Bond was, without a doubt, the best one of the whole series. I honestly couldn’t have asked for more. Emma not only did justice to her characters but she did justice to us the reader too. It’s clear to see that Emma has wrote a book that she herself would be happy to read, everything was covered, I have no criticism at all. It was all so perfect. 

Twined Bond, I feel, was the most hard hitting too. Emma basically ripped all my emotions out of me, smashed them into a bag, gave them a HUGE shake and then stuck them back in me. I was all over the place. Emphasised by the fact that I actually never wanted the book to end. 

I’m not going to say anymore. I can’t without risking spoiling it for someone. What I will say though is that, if you haven’t read this series, if you haven’t become acquainted with Noelle and her crazy, hysterical family, Drake, her alpha protector, and the mystery and suspense that floods the series then you are missing out. This series is fantastic. Each and every book will keep you guessing, each and every book will make you fall a little further in love with Drake and Noelle and each and every book will become a favourite. Twined Bond was the perfect way to end! 

Now excuse me while I go sit in a corner and mourn all the greatness that is Holly Woods!

All is well in Holly Woods.

My best friend’s love triangle is now a happy little circle. My sister-in-law just gave birth to my gorgeous new niece who is the world’s best cuddler, and Nonna’s not on my back every ten minutes about the fact we’re getting married in one month.


Until the mayor’s niece—our baker for the wedding—commits suicide. At least, that’s what the note says. My gut says we’re talking a different kind of ‘cide.’ My gut also says I should stay well away, and in the interest of Drake’s sanity, I plan to.

But when life throws you an unexpected curveball… Sometimes the best laid plans need tearing up.

Even if you don’t mean to do it.

Happily ever after…

If Holly Woods survives this.

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