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Perfect Ruin (Unyielding Book 2) by [Rose, Nashoda]
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4.8 out of 5 stars 48 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in Unyielding (3 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1515 KB
  • Print Length: 345 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1987953053
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Nashoda Rose (12 Dec. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B019BEHIB4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 48 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #66,110 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I want more. Felt like forever waiting for this book and I finished it within 48 hours.

This book is a continuation of the Tear Asunder series (well Emily's story) and what goes down in mexico so I suggest you read these before this.

Kai is working for his mother but over the years he has learnt to close off his feelings but that is until London gets in and after she is taken he moves heaven and earth to find her and he finds her in Mexico going by the name Raven but she is now a shell of the girl he once knew gone is her sassy mouth and he wants her back. Will Kai get his braveheart back or will she be lost in the world of being a submissive?
Will Kai be able to bring Vault down and find the farm?

You will not be disappointed but WARNING there is scenes you may find disturbing
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Loved Kai & London's story it was the perfect follow up to Deck & Georgie's story!!! Cannot wait to read Connor's story! The beginning was really sexy and hot. I liked London's strong character and Kai's bravery.
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wow, what a fantastic second book in the series, I loved every minute that I read. I was totally hooked from the first page till the last one. this is a dark story but the author writes it really well. id recommend reading the first one as this is not a stand alone. I really hope the author writes the story of the other characters in these books. cant wait for more.

highly recommended
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“Love and hate were complete opposites; and yet they intersected so frequently, changing paths often until they collided and made one big mess as they became parallel and found peace within.”
Oh man, I think this might be my most favourite book from Nashoda Rose. I knew Kai’s story was going to be one that would get under my skin but I really didn’t realise how far. The title is absolutely spot on and couldn’t have pegged this book any better. You need to read this series in order to benefit from it entirely, to really understand what is going on. It could be read as a standalone but I wouldn’t recommend it. There’s so much back story that is covered both in Perfect Ruin and elsewhere, honestly every other book is worth a read anyway.
This is Kai and London’s story and what a story it is. This is where you learn about the ins and outs of Vault in a way you haven’t before. And it’s a little bit terrifying. Kai’s a little bit terrifying in all honesty. He’s this unemotional, detached character that you’ll love. He is so far from your alpha turned soppy male; even falling in love he keeps his intensity about him. He’s a hard man for London to love, but that she does. He makes decisions that, as a reader, are hard to accept but accept them you do. All for the greater good. There’s darkness in here that I certainly saw in Torn From You but I think that maybe came from the fact that the stories are entwined.
London was a force to be reckoned with too. She’s beautiful and has just the right kind of attitude for Kai. It was quite mesmerising watching this broken woman flourish and redeem herself. The relationship they had was intense and extremely emotional even if it wasn’t immediately obvious. They span time periods of years always thinking of the other.
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This is the second highly gripping instalment in the Unyielding Series, which focuses on the relationship between Kai and London, but with an ongoing storyline that will span all three books in this series.

I have to admit, my brain was struggling quite a bit to remember all of the many details in book 1 Perfect Chaos, which would have added to my enjoyment of this story because I spent a lot of time getting back up to speed as to who everyone was and how they all connected to each other and the storyline.

Kai was one of the children who grew up in the Vault, an underground operation that trains kids to become killers in order to carry out covert missions.

He has learnt to lock down his emotions and follow orders without hesitation, but he secretly wants to bring down the organisation, with his own cold hearted mother at the helm, and the main reasons for that involve two women, his sister and a woman named London.

London is the daughter of a scientist, who has been roped into helping the Vault to create a drug that will help them turn men and women into cold blooded killing machines, however she is unaware of this and remains to be an innocent right up until the day she is kidnapped for getting too close to Kai.

London and Kai have only spent a week together, she feels safe with him, so when the awful events that will change her life forever occur, she only has the hope that one day he will save her from a life of sexual servitude and degradation.

This book is told from both past and present and spans several years, it was very fast paced and I was literally on the edge of my seat with all the action that took place. The sexual chemistry was very believable, and I genuinely felt the connection between the two main characters.
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I received an ARC copy of this book and I couldn't put it down.
Nashoda Rose is the best author I have read. Period. The tear Asunder series, the Scar series and the Unyielding series. The plots, the mystery, the suspense, the love story and the sex scenes. An amazing writer and I am a true fan.
Perfect Ruin is about Kai and London. This story can not be read as a standalone you need to read the whole books in order.
This book interacts with 'Torn From You and Perfect Choes' and its done brilliantly.
London is studying to be a scientist, like her dad. Her dad has been working on a project for some people that are not good.
When London hides in a closet and sees this man who is not only sexy, calm and controlled he is also dangerous, calculated and handles a knife like it's apart of his body. But when she here's this man threaten her dad she decided to help her dad. She offers this man Kai a deal. She will offer herself to him for 7 days so her father can have more time to get the drug perfect. But Kia has secrets and one of them is he has known London longer then what she thinks.
Kia knows that being with London is risky. He is putting London in a very risky position , but he can't help himself. He wants her.
After London is taken Kia will stop at nothing to get her back, no matter how long it takes to get her back.
Kia does everything and anything to get London back, he has to save her after she has been in hell, he has to save her from herself.
Kia knows there is a much greater threat out there and he knows he is still putting her at risk. To protect London and keep her save, Kia must do something that he has never done before, he has to start trusting in those who can help protect her and save them all from the threat.
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