Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Review of Undone

UNDONE may be purchased here.

Sara Humphreys

Marianna Coltari, a member of the Amoveo bear clan, is trying to remain neutral in the Amoveo civil war, in which the purists are fighting against the loyalists.  The purists believe that only pure blood Amoveo should mate with each other.  Unfortunately, the leader of the purists has plans for Marianna, and Marianna's brother hires Pete Castro to be her driver and bodyguard.  Pete is a human, who knows about the existence of the Amoveo.  Marianna is close to a time, when she will lose her Amoveo powers unless she finds a mate.  When Marianna realizes that Pete is her mate, she has mixed feelings, because it is not known how a human mate will affect her Amoveo powers.  Meanwhile, the purists are plotting a nefarious scheme.

UNDONE is a great addition to the Amoveo Legends series, in fact it is my favorite book in the series, so far.  The Amoveo world is unique and exciting, and the characters are multi-faceted.  Pete is a wonderful hero, who is very protective, especially of Marianna.  The fact that he is a human doesn't slow him down from helping those in trouble.  Pete doesn't back down from more powerful beings, when defending others.  This makes him a true hero in my eyes.  Marianna has been hurt by the war, in that, her father was a purist and a casualty in the war, and now, her mother as his mate is declining.  Marianna hopes to keep out of the conflict but is forced to pick a side and take a stand for love.  Many of the characters from previous books make an appearance, and it is great connecting with them again. 

All in all, UNDONE is a very entertaining book, which I highly recommend.  The next book in this series can't come out soon enough for me.

NOTE:  I received this book in return for an unbiased review.