Author: R. Phoenix & Morgan Noel
Release Date: January 30th 2018
Page Count: 379 pages
Reviewed by: Ana
Heat Level: 5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Leandro is a capricious fae, and he has it all: a glamorous casino as his personal playground, more power than he knows what to do with, and Kol’tso, his pet incubus. When Kol’tso tries to push the boundaries of their relationship and provokes feelings in Bryce, a nosy detective, the arrangement becomes more and more complicated. Kol’tso soon finds out there is a high price to pay for angering one of the fae. He finds himself trapped between his nature as an incubus and his desire for freedom. Leandro and his personal security guard Gideon may just be the only obstacles standing between the incubus and everything he wants.
Undone is approximately 122,000 words. Undone portrays realistic themes of abuse and dubious consent. It also includes mature elements some readers may find unsettling.
I loved everything about this book. It’s characters, the plot, the magic on it and the uncertainty of what might happen. It was amazing.
It was a long book, but I didn’t felt the time reading it. It was impossible to put it down. I was reading as fast as I could to know what would happen next. The plot was great. What I liked the most about it was that I just couldn’t guess what would happen next. I didn’t even knew who I wanted to get what they want because all of the characters , or at least most of them, were so good that I wanted them to succeed on what they wanted, and it was obvious things couldn’t be that way. There are some elements of abuse and dub-con that might be a problem for some readers, so beware before reading, although there isn’t scenes too explicit regarding those subjects.
Another thing that I loved about it were the characters. Leandro’s short temper was something I enjoy a lot and the way Kolt suffer was something beautiful. He was such a bittersweet character, but not be fool just for his pretty face, he’s also very deadly. There are other interesting characters too, but those two were the ones that had most of my attention. I loved them both for very different reason. They were all really good. The paranormal elements on the story were something I enjoy too, mostly the way Leandro use it.
Overall it was an amazing book to read, I had a fantastic time reading it. It isn’t extremely romantic but it doesn’t lack a little romance either.