In the Dumont fashion empire, no heir has a reputation as decadent, arrogant, and ruthless as that of Pascal Dumont. Every transgression, an indecent pleasure. Every woman, a conquest. And none is more challenging than his new personal assistant, Gabrielle Caron. She’s defiant, alluring, and a mystery Pascal can’t wait to solve.
A former family servant and daughter of the head maid, Gabrielle’s returned as suddenly as she left eight years ago. No longer an awkward teen, the ethereal young beauty has amassed a wealth of resolve. She’ll need it. In hire to the devilishly charming scion, she’s come back for one reason only. And she dare not whisper why.
But as the nights grow more intimate at the Dumont maison, Gabrielle realizes that the last man she believed in is the one man she can trust with her secrets. For Pascal, falling in love means more than his own redemption. It could mean saving Gabrielle’s very life as they confront a dark and scandalous past…together.
My knight in tarnished armor.
ARC REVIEW ➼
Disavow is the final book of The Dumont series and honestly, this one was my favorite out of the three. Pascal was always painted as the villain, a bad boy and exactly the same of his father, but he is so much more than that.
Gabrielle spent her younger years in the Dumont mansion, her mom was a maid there, but after some terrible things Pascal’s father did, she was able to escape….only to find her back in the mansion and working for his son. She wants revenge for what was done and she is going to do anything she can to get it. She has the help from the one person she never thought she would get it from, Pascal. Pascal is instantly attracted to Gabrielle. There is something about her that he is drawn to, she softens his heart and opens his eyes. I loved the connection between these two and their banter.
If you’ve been following this story from the beginning you know there is a mystery that has been mention throughout all of them. Those unanswered questions are answered. Disavow was full of drama, suspense, and steam. It was a great ending to the series.