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Sin Undone (Demonica series Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Although Sin is an assassin, she is not heartless and has not gone unaffected by what she has done. She has been cooperating with the attempts to find a cure and as the master of her assassin den, she has turned down contracts to kill wargs (werewolves). This has caused her own men to turn on her and when Carceris (underworld jailers) come for Sin, she must team up with her former sexual partner and dhampire (half werewolf, have vampire) in order to stay alive. Sin has barricaded her self off from all feelings. Her mother treated her as if she was the devil's spawn and she had no idea what she was until her dermoire appeared when she was twenty and her sex drive went out of control. Her twin Lore was also going through the change and took off, leaving Sin all alone until she was found by a slave owner. She has a fear of getting close to anyone because everyone she cares for her leaves. Con sees how Sin has been hurt and is determined to make her feel and understand that her brothers are there for her. Con himself is a lot like Sin. He doesn't get close to anyone and has blocked off his emotions. Sin and Con are right for each other because they understand each other better than anyone has before and they are the only ones capable of healing the others wounds.Read more ›
Sin, our heroine, is unique. She is the only female Seminus demon... the result of a human/demon parentage. She, with her twin brother, was thrown into the demon world, always believing she was human. When she turned 20, her demonic gifts came to life and went awry... then discovering her dermoire can detect, create and replicate diseases. She has only recently learned of her half-brothers and what a true anomaly she really is and now has acquired the Master Assassin position- in charge of a throng of violent, killer assassins. As tough as she may seem, she has baggage coming out of her ears. Attachment issues. Abandonment issues. Rejection issues. And now that her long lost brothers have finally found her, will she ever be able to accept them as family- allow them to help protect and care for her... and help eradicate the disease she created?
I was on the fence about this book, not finding Sin likable in Ecstasy Unveiled, but her character has depth and evolves into a cunning, kick-ass heroine in Sin Undone. I loved her! Ione also revealed the vulnerable, love sick side of Sin, the perfect counterbalance to her dark, deadly side.Read more ›
Another book that made me wish that life would just stop for three days so I could devote all all time to reading. But what matters is that it is done and the final verdict Larissa is the bomb. BOOM!
Ok, the book is dealing mostly with the werewolf civilization because our leading man is Dhampire (half-wolf, half-vampire). Now, ever since Stephanie Meyer's Breaking Dawn, I've rolled my eyes at "half and halfs"...except when it comes to my coffee *grins*. Authors tend to make those characters an unnecessary extra special that usually make me want to release the contents in my stomach, so to speak.
When it comes to Miss Ione, let's just say she deserves your trust at this point. If she were to present a half owl, half human with gargoyle blood to me, I would trust her to take that and make it into something fabulous. Because since the first two books, alone, she earned it and no, she did not disappoint. You can relate to these people, in some way.
I even fell in love with a warg in this book who barely spoke but with the little information I knew, I just got him.
One thing I've learned from this book is that wargs (werewolves) and Sem demons are practically made for each other. Sexed UP. You can really tell that this woman just truly sat down and thought "Ok, if there were really such and such, what would their civilization be like? What would they be like?" and she nails it like a hunky carpenter on a hot El Paso day.
After reading Gena Showalter's The Darkest Lie, I was upset because of the leading lady, Scarlet, was a quite tragic example of a ideal romance partner.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is when everything really starts to come together! Loved it!Published 2 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Pretty much adore every book in this series and this one is no different. Great spin on the ongoing battle between good and evil combined with great characters and their... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Finally! I’m all caught up with the Demonica series. Now that I’m done, it’s time to start over. Even though it’s possible to read the Demonica series and the Lords of Deliverance... Read morePublished 3 months ago by creativedeeds
I loved it this series keeps you on ur toes when u think some thing good there's a twistPublished 10 months ago by Kitamay
Sin is a heroine to be rooted for .. as for Con ... holy moley .... steamy, suspenseful, classic Larissa IonePublished 12 months ago by Shoe's Mom