The mad priest gave me everything.
Twenty-one years in prison allows a man time to process.
I’ll take my vengeance in money, in power, and most importantly, on her body.
Mercedes Mondego sold me into hell, leading me to the altar like a sheep to a cliff’s edge.
Every thread I place on the board will wrench together and lead me back to her. Oh, but I’m done with love, and there is nothing left in me except an animal.
The mad priest gave me everything to exact my revenge.
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GAH!!! I am such a crazy person for classic lit and I FLOVE the Count of Monte Cristo, so I was soooo on board for this book!
The book is obviously a bit different then the original hence the Twisted Classics series name but don’t worry classic friends, you will enjoy this book just as much even with the changes.
Will/The Count/ Eddie is after the woman and the men who put him in prison. He is going to destroy them one at a time. But taking HER down is the biggest victory for him.
Mercy is the boss. She is ruthless and takes no prisoners which is why she is the one in charge. She put her family away and took over the empire but soon discovers what a rotten empire she has under her.
The chemistry between Will and Mercy is great. So many times, I was like JUST TELL HER WILL and then other times I was like GAH WHY DID YOU DO THAT MERCY!!!
The story line will keep you on your toes with the action and all the bad guys. I swear this town was like Gotham with all the bad dudes running amuck!!
The final chapters when everything comes to the front and we see even more things shake out I legit did a gasp!! I was wondering and hoping and then even more giddy when I read about….eeeep I cant tell you sorry but trust me….if you love classic lit or if you are a fan of Monica’s stories then you will want to pick this one up.
Monica Corwin is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author. She is an outspoken writer attempting to make romance accessible to everyone, no matter their preferences. As a Northern Ohioian, Monica enjoys snow drifts, three seasons of weather, and a dislike of Michigan football. Monica owns more books about King Arthur than should be strictly necessary. Also typewriters…lots and lots of typewriters.