Imagine having to have sex daily without being able to trust anyone? I think that sucks. Surprisingly, I liked her early on in this book, and loved her by the end of the book. Talking about callous. I think he did have some reason to be unwilling to get involved, but not as much as Sin. Even still, it was good to see him learn to love a woman more than he loved his freedom, or holding onto his belief that he could move on, and change out things in his life at will. Even though he was being Mr. Double Standard by pushing Sin to open up and allow her to feel, but not wanting to commit to anything out of a deep-seated fear of loss.
I really like how Ms. Ione writes these books. This series is about family, about realizing that one has a place in this world, connections. The world is so full of shades of gray, and even more, colors. When I read the first book, Pleasure Unbound, I was pretty fascinated with this world of demons that Ms. Ione put on paper. After five books, I am still impressed. The world-building in this series is out of this world, and it only expanded with each book.
Sin Undone successfully fed my paranormal addiction and left me yearning for more. View all 25 comments. Aug 25, Sophia Triad rated it it was amazing Shelves: vampires , wolves-lycans , 1paranormal-lovestories , demons. Sin has been a very very unlucky girl. Being the only female Seminus demon, she has lived a very lonely life as a paid top assassin. Until recently only her brother Lore knew about her existence and he was trying to protect her as much as possible. Lately the other three bothers found out about her and they try to protect her in every cost -especially Shane who has already lost another younger sister.
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So, Sin is a Smurfette. Sin's, too. Smurfette is way hotter. But one day a female shows up. She shouldn't exist, but she does. I'm just saying she's a Smurfette.
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A lone female amongst males. She can create viruses in order to kill her victims and her enemies. One of her viruses is now out of control. It is a lethal new werewolf virus and Sin has just started realizing how stupid she was when she created it in the first place. Conall Dearghul is a dhampire a rear half-werewolf, half-vampire breed and he is immune to the virus.
Conall is hot as hell and he is oozing sexyness. He is the perfect much for Sin who has a wicked mouth and hidden golden heart. The two of them will try to hide since Sin is the most wanted person in the underworld and not in a nice way , while Eidolon and his team will try to develop a vaccine. Obviously they will fall in love. It is time for Sin to stop being so lonely and for Conall to make sacrifices in order to keep her. What can I say? This is one of my favorite books in the Demonica series.
Amazing world building, breathtaking stories. By far, it is the best series about Demons. View all 12 comments. This book was more of a caugh in a moment buy, so I honestly didn't know what to expect. And to be honest, I only read the first book in this series, so when I started reading this one I wasn't exactly sure what was going on, since the story starts with the heroine and hero already knowing each other and to say their relationship is simple would be the understatement of the year.
They've slept together before, briefly, and since Sin is kinda responsible for the illness that's killing 'his kind' This book was more of a caugh in a moment buy, so I honestly didn't know what to expect. They've slept together before, briefly, and since Sin is kinda responsible for the illness that's killing 'his kind' he's not so happy about having to work with her to find the cure.
But aside from that, their chemistry is just wow. Leave these two alone for a bit and they can't keep their hands off each other. That's a love-hate relatioship at it's finest. Of course they slowly, very slowly, start to acknowledge their feelings of not only hate and annoyance for each other and I think that's where the relationship took a downfall. Since Conall has to drink her blood to provide a cure, he's also getting addicted to it and the end result is not pretty.
Of course he tries to 'save her' from himself but the way he did it is just plain stupid and so unnecessary. He hurts Sin pretty badly and I was so proud of her brothers, the way they reacted, I loved it. Overall I liked the story but I wanted a good ending that I feel like I've been cheated out on.
I'm not sure, if I'm going to continue with this series but it for sure has great potential.
View all 3 comments. Shelves: recommendations , 5-stars , m-f , adult-lit. But, once again, my loyalty and love for Rhonda prevents me from doing so.
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Just know that I love you. Now, I don't want you to suffer, so try not to anguish too much over the fact that I can't have you.
Besides, like I said before, Shade would just be so painfully jealous that I don't think I could handle it. Not because I hated the book, not because it was an especially sad book, but because it is the last book in the Demonica series.
Throughout the whole thing, I kept wishing that more Sem siblings would just come out of nowhere so that there could be more about this awesome family! Alas, no new siblings came out of the woodwork, so I will just have to settle for rereading these five books whenever I need my Sem fix. That being said, I really did enjoy this book. I don't think it was the best of the series Ecstasy Unveiled wins, hands down , but it was still great.
Particularly because we got to see some of the dynamic between Sin and Con in the previous book, which made me already wonder about them and how their relationship was going to turn out. I really wasn't disappointed. This book was so good and I really enjoyed reading about Con and Sin's adventures and how they helped each other grow, especially emotionally. Also, one thing I really liked about this book was that the main focus was on Sin and Con and their relationship. With the first three, it was the same way but, with Ecstasy Unveiled, too much else was going on around the main storyline that sometimes Lore and Idess got lost in the shuffle.
I didn't feel that was the same with this one because, while there were other storylines, such as Luc and Kar, there was much more on Con and Sin. In general, though, I just love those two. I don't even know what to say about Sin and Con except that I just love them.
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They were so dynamic together and so funny and cute and I just want them to be so happy! I loved that Sin gave up her assassins' master ring so she could go and be with Con. I love that Con died so he could break the bond he'd formed with her because he didn't want to take her freedom. And I love Con's transformation at the end because I was very upset and distraught over the aforementioned death. I had tears in my eyes and I started swearing. If there hadn't been a way for him to come back, someone would have been getting the Beat Down a la Leah!
Now, here I'm about to be contrary with regards to what I mentioned before. I said before that I wasn't sad throughout the whole book because it was a sad book and, while that's true, this book definitely was sad. First there was Sin Fever, which was killing off wargs left and right, and the guilt that Con forced Sin to face over that, instead of causing herself physical pain.
I think that Sin's story in general was pretty fucking sad, and Con's had son sad bits too!