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HER TOUCH IS DEADLYAs the only female Seminus demon ever born, master assassin Sinead Donnelly is used to being treated like an outcast. She spent decades enslaved, and now vows she'll die before she'll relinquish her freedom again. Then Sin's innate ability to kill her enemies goes awry: She creates a lethal new werewolf virus that sparks a firestorm of panic and violenceHER TOUCH IS DEADLYAs the only female Seminus demon ever born, master assassin Sinead Donnelly is used to being treated like an outcast. She spent decades enslaved, and now vows she'll die before she'll relinquish her freedom again. Then Sin's innate ability to kill her enemies goes awry: She creates a lethal new werewolf virus that sparks a firestorm of panic and violence. HIS HUNGER CAN'T BE DENIEDHalf-werewolf, half-vampire Conall Dearghul is charged with bringing in Sin to face punishment for the plague. And she's no stranger: He's bound to her by blood, and the one sexual encounter they shared has left him hungering for her raw sensuality. Worse, Sin is the underworld's most wanted and Con soon learns he's the only one who can help her . . . and that saving her life might mean sacrificing his own....

Title : Sin Undone
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Number of Pages : 400 Pages
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Sin Undone Reviews

  • Kristen
    2018-12-01 09:05

    5–All Kinds of Awesome–StarsI freaking loved this book! Review to come

  •  Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)
    2018-11-29 12:43

    I am really sad to see this series concluding, although I am happy to see everyone get a satisfying ending. To be honest, I wasn’t that enamored with either Sin or Con when I met them in Ecstasy Unveiled. I didn’t like the closet hookup, and the uneventful sex; and I wasn’t sure I could buy them falling deeply in love in their book. But, I figured that Ms. Ione would have something up her sleeve to turn things around. And she really did. Sin is a hard person, toughened and disappointed by life. I can totally understand why. It’s bad enough to be a man who is a slave to his desires, but for a woman, that’s probably even worse. Especially when you have inbred trust issues from having a mother who hated you and wanted you dead. Sex requires intimacy. Intimacy requires trust. Imagine having to have sex daily without being able to trust anyone? That’s Sin’s life. And you know how hypocritical men are about women who ‘sleep around’. It’s fine for a guy, but a woman who does it is a slut, and she doesn’t deserve their respect, and they show it, even though she chooses to share her body with them. I think that sucks. So, yeah, I get Sin’s issues. Surprisingly, I liked her early on in this book, and loved her by the end of the book.As for Con, I really didn’t like him after the bet he made with Luc. 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. But Con has to learn the hard way that you can’t close yourself off from people out of fear of loss.I really like how Ms. Ione writes these books. They are highly sexual, but that’s just a layer of the story. Although she writes sex very well, she doesn't leave the romance behind to be forgotten; and there’s so much more going on and to be interested in. This series is about family, about realizing that one has a place in this world, connections. That what you thought about the world being black and white truly doesn’t represent the world very well. The world is so full of shades of gray, and even more, colors. It’s more about perspective than there being one answer, and one path. And love isn’t denied to anyone.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. That’s part of why I’m sad to see it ending, because I think there are a lot of stories to tell in this world. However, I am glad that she’s going to take things in a different direction in this same world with the Lords of Deliverance, and I am intrigued with how she introduced that series in this book. Sin Undone successfully fed my paranormal addiction and left me yearning for more. That’s five for five, Ms. Ione!

  • Sophia Triad
    2018-12-13 06:39

    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.So, Sin is a Smurfette . I just love the following quote from the previous book “Ecstasy Unveiled”, where Tayla and Wraith are trying to explain to ignorant Eidolon what a Smurfette is:Tayla cursed under her breath. "I was just explaining to Eidolon that Sin is a Smurfette."Wraith swung his big body around to study Sin with blue eyes that were very different from Shade's, E's. and Lore's. Sin's, too. "Nah. Smurfette is way hotter.""What the fuck is a Smurfette?" Eidolon was seriously getting annoyed now."There's this cartoon called The Smurfs," Tayla explained, slowly, as though Eidolon were the child here."They're these little blue people, and they're all male. But one day a female shows up. She shouldn't exist, but she does."Eidolon considered that for a second. "How did she get there?""An evil wizard named Gargamel made her," Tayla said. "In a lab or something.""So you're suggesting that an evil wizard made Sin?""Of course not, silly. I'm just saying she's a Smurfette. A lone female amongst males."Eidolon frowned. "Did the Smurfette mate with the males?""Dude." Wraith grimaced. "It's a cartoon.” Sin also has a deadly gift. 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. The only thing that could be relevant to his immunity is that he tasted Sin’s blood, when they had a little fast hookup in a closet at UGH (Underworld General Hospital).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.Secondary stories which are included in the book:- The love story between Luc (Conall’s friend and warg) and Kar (Aegis agent and a girl with many secrets)-The beginning of the story that is told in next book “Eternal Rider”.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.

  • Maya
    2018-12-01 11:51

    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' 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.

  • Leah
    2018-11-28 08:44

    Dear Con,As with Lore, I would steal you, if I could. But, once again, my loyalty and love for Rhonda prevents me from doing so. 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.Love Not Drugs,LeahThroughout this whole book, I felt sad. 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. 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! But the other really sad thing was the warg wars. It was hard to see them going at each other like that when they should have been banding together and helping each other in their time of need. But, oh well, nothing I can do about it.I absolutely loved the introduction of the Four Horsemen of the Apoclypse in the series, which will be what Larissa Ione's next series is about. So, now I can't wait for Eternal Rider to come out so I can read that right away!The side story with Luc and Kar was really sweet and I loved how that all turned out.And, finally, I just have to say again how much I love Sin's brothers: Eidolon, Shade, Wraith, Lore, and Kynan. (Yes I count Ky as her brother since the other Sems consider him their brother.) They are all just so...fantasmic. I'm gonna miss these guys.Overall, I'm very glad to have read this series. I don't know how I missed it for this long, but I thank all my friends who told me about it and forced encouraged me to read it. You guys rock and I loves you!

  • Shawna
    2018-12-04 10:01

    5+ stars – Paranormal RomanceAbso-freaking-lutelyAMAZING !!!!I laughed my ass off at Sin’s self-deprecating humor:Con slid her a glance, one that was almost approving, and for some reason, she felt like a happy puppy that had been praised for piddling outside instead of on the carpet. Annoying. And the cover is just like the, HOT, HAWT!!

  • valee
    2018-11-24 14:53

    I'm finally writing the review, now that I count with the author's permission,lol. I know there are many of us who are crazy with this series so I'm just too nervous to write a review, specially as it is going to be one of the only ones there will be in here for a while. I hope you like it.This book is about Sin and Con. They have both already been introduced in the story and have captivated us for a while now. What is great and different in this book from the previous ones in the series is that in this one the heroine is a woman.I loved Sin and the fact that she was the only woman in her species of demons,lol. She was a bad ass and has the strongest personality. It isn't possible not to love her because you can see from the start that she's the one of all the siblings who needs the most healing of them all. And that's a lot to say, I mean, remember Wraith? She has gone through so much and you just want her to have at least something nice in her life. And that's when Con comes in. They never thought it would be possible to really care about each other. Con is so hot girls, you don't wanna miss him in this book. This SEXY half wolf half vampire will keep you girls yearning for him. At least I was,lol. And I loved to see how he tried to hide his possessive side knowing it would never be welcomed from a girl who just had suffered so much from possessiveness. Abut the plot, I can only say that it was very different form the one on the previous stories. New enemies, new situations and problems to confront.New characters as well. If you like were-wolves be prepared for an amazing ride.This book will not disappoint. It was everything I wanted it to be. Great romance, great action and many surprises. I love it when a book hooks me up so badly I can't put it down even for a single second. It was so good to get to know more about Sin, I knew I would love her since her first appearance. And Con... just YUMMY!This series is the best. Can't wait to get my hands in Eternal Rider (The Lords of Deliverance, #1). Larissa Ione is such a great author that you just can't help to love everything she writes. People if you trust my taste in books, be sure you'll love this one!I hope I was able to give you guys some idea about how good it will be for you without spoiling anything.

  • Laura the Highland Hussy
    2018-11-17 06:46

    4.5When we last saw Sin, she'd taken over the assassain's den to hlep save her brother Lore and his angel Idess. Now she's stuck in the den, because any time she leaves, she'll have a giant target on her back. Anyone who wants her power would have to kill her to get it, but if she stays in her den, she's safe from any violence. Unfotunately she can't stay in there forever. I really loved Con and Sin together, and I liked breaking through Sin's "tough-guy" exterior to her gooey center. Con was an excellent match for her, and the glimpses he'd see of Sin, you know, the kind that would make him want to know more about her, they made ME want to know more about her as well. I liked seeing Sin finally embracing her new brothers, not just keeping them at arm's length. And I enjoyed seeing the side storyline of Luc and Kar. I really REALLY love how Larissa Ione will have a side story of characters who we get to see throughout, kind of like Gem and Kynan. We get invested in them and care, just as much as we do about her main characters. There was just so much happening but I never felt confused, which was nice. I also liked a few scenes dealing with the born vs. turned wargs. And in one scene, Sin reminds Con that he won't get special privileges if he beats up on her brother. I won't tell what those privileges are, but it was my favorite part of the book. It diffused the tension and cracked me up. Love Sin's sense of humor.I was sad to see this be the end of the Demonica series, but I am so super excited for the next series. we got a mini little intro into that storyline towards the end...and I just adored seeing Con get possessive over Sin when War came in to the hospital. Best scene ever.

  • Amy
    2018-12-03 13:05

    The old saying goes, "It's been a great ride" and may I add a damn sexy one too! When I reflect on the Demonica series by Larissa Ione, I feel as warm and sated as a Seminus demon after an incredible romp in a broom closet at Underworld General! There are two authors that unleashed my exuberant love for paranormal romance: J.R. Ward and Larissa Ione. Ms. Ione has the gift of creating an amazing world of demons, vampires, and werewolves that sucks you in for the ride of your life!Sinead "Sin" Donnelly is a "bad-ass" master assassin, Lore's twin sister and the only female Seminus demon in creation. Like the rest of her siblings, Sin has had more than her share of a hellish past, but her bad luck has just taken an even darker turn. Picking up where Ecstasy Unveiled leaves off, Sin has unintentionally created a deadly virus, labeled "Sin Fever," that is destroying werewolves. Now that the werewolve's Warg Council is aware that Sin started the virus, not only is the Council out to destroy her, but her own den of assassins want to take her out as well. Conall "Con" Dearghul, a hybrid vampire-werewolf (dhampire) and paramedic at Underworld General Hospital, has contracted the virus. He learns that in order produce the antibodies to attack and remove Sin Fever from his body, he has to drink Sin's blood. Initially, Con wants nothing to do with Sin. After their brief sexual encounter in Ecstasy Unveiled, Con cannot forget the feel of Sin's body or the taste of her blood and though he craves more (of both), he knows that if he drinks too much it could destroy them. While Sin and Con are assisting her half brother Eidolon in trying to isolate a cure for the virus, the Underworld jailers arrive at the hospital to arrest Sin. Sly as foxes, Sin and Con escape and go into hiding from the Council and her assassins. Now that it's just the two of them, we begin to see both Sin and Con expose their true nature and what lengths they will go to trust and protect one another.Sin Undone is an AMAZING story and is hands down the BEST in the Demonica series. Considering I thought the first four books were all 5-star reads, that is saying something! I adore so many aspects of Larissa Ione's style and delivery. The first 50 pages of Sin Undone had me laughing myself silly. "Typhoid Mary" and "Smurfette" were a couple of Wraith's pet names for his sister. Sin's response to Con feeding from her, "I don't let anyone fang me," had me in stitches. And, the unfiltered dialogue between the brothers and Sin is real and off the cuff. Another great attribute is the way Ms. Ione conveys intimacy and sensuality between her characters. The dialogue is certainly part of it, but what strikes me most is the unspoken moments: a light caress to the throat, a gentle lick to seal a wound or rubbing toes with your lover. These moments, woven seamlessly into the story line, are simple, yet all powerful to the reader.And now to the sex scenes. (Would someone pass me a fan!) Let me tell you that Ms. Ione can write some of the most erotic, steamy sex scenes in paranormal romance! Her scenes generate incredibly sensuous, sizzling heat that torches the pages. And for the record and for the win, Con teaches Sin what it is to "make love" and he demonstrates this with his "extended erotic play" over every part of her body making her his "personal playground." Not only does their first love making moment spike your temperature to combustion, but another particular sexual moment with a snowball was, and I quote, "a-fucking-mazing." Larissa Ione has the brilliance and finesse of creating a unique paranormal world that does not overwhelm you, but draws you in to the complexity of characters, their high-strung yet sometimes buried emotions, their comedic one-liners and their love for sex! Each character has their own idiosyncrasies, self esteem issues, and the overall desire for acceptance, love and a better world. While I'm sad we've reached the finale of the Demonica series, I praise Ms. Ione for giving it a phenomenal ending and, as a reader, you can't ask for anything more! Favorite Quotes: (I couldn't pick just one!) "She felt Con's silver eyes boring into her like drill bits, and to her annoyance, her body flushed with warmth as though remembering another drilling he'd given her." "Your here because wargs are dying, and it's you fault," he growled, a hint of an odd British-ish accent tweaking his words. It happened when he got all pissy, and it was "Don'" A lump formed in his throat. "Listen to me, Sin. I swear, I'll come back. I won't leave you." A single tear dripped down her cheek as he squeezed her hand and leaned over to brush his lips across hers. A deep, primal rage rose up in him. He would get her brother's, and he would tear apart the bastard who had done this to her.

  • Francesca the Fierce (Under the Covers Book Blog)
    2018-12-01 12:50

    2011 Re-ReadConall: n. Hot as hell, viking sexyness, half vampire half shifter. He has the best of all worlds wrapped up in one. (And me wrapped around his finger!)Sinead: n. Total bad ass chick. Sex demon, full time assassin, and the cause of the Apocalypse! My favorite heroine in this series!I LOVED THIS BOOK! Even more the second time around. There was plenty of action, emotions, romance, steamy scenes and world-changing events.Sin Fever is killing the warg population, except it's only affecting turned wargs, a little known fact discovered by our hot resident demon doctor Eidolon, and they are trying to keep quiet about it so they don't start a war between born and turned wargs.Con is torn between having to fulfill a role in the dhampire council and is assigned the role of guinea pig to find a cure for Sin Fever. His body might be creating certain defenses by drinking her blood. But how much more of it can he have before he becomes addicted? And being in close proximity with Sin might be bad for his health. He had a taste of her, body and blood, and now that's all he can think of! All he wants. And isn't it just so convenient that while they are alone together, and he has to protect her, even from her own assassins, he also has to satisfy her demon urges.Sin and Con will rock your world! They will have you excited, mad, panting, moaning and crying! This was such an emotional ride, and I never wanted it to end!I'm soooo sad this is the last book in this series, even though there's a spinoff series... I'll miss everyone at Underworld General and all my favorite people! WAR was introduced a bit in this book, and the setup for the next series was laid out, and it all just sounds intriguing. Of course, you have to hate Sin sometimes, she got both hotties! Con AND War! Not fair!!!First ReadOne of my favorite series!!!!! Loved this book, there was plenty of action, emotion, romance, steamy scenes, and as always, you get such a good view into everyone's point of view to really be able to get into the whole Demonica World. I'm soooo sad this is the last book in this series, even though there's a spinoff series... I'm guessing we won't get to see too much of Underworld General and all my favorite people!!!!! Please keep them in some way in the next books!!!!! I love Larissa Ione's writing style, the humor put into the dialog. This was the best book in the series! And I LOVED the previous ones! Favorite Quotes"Kiss me again without my permission," she whispered against his lips, "and I'll gouge you and sell your balls to a Ruthenian specialty meat shop. Understood?" "You won't do that." He whispered back. "You'd miss them too much." "Men are always overestimating the worth of their genitals.""Yeah, I need sex or I die. so stop with the obnoxious chaperon shit because I really don't want you anywhere nearby while I'm doing it. And I don't think you want that either." She gave them her sweetest smile. "And I know that the second you're gone, I'm going to ride Con until he begs for mercy."

  • Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
    2018-12-16 14:52

    Sin Undone is the last book of the Demonica series by Larissa Ione, but it's the first book of hers that I have picked up. I am a big BDB fan and so you know that any other paranormal romance books are usually shit out of luck. It wasn't the case with Sin.As the only female seminus demon, Sin is up against a whole load of crap from the beginning. Her touch is deadly and has the potential to wipe out an entire species of warg. Her own assasins are after her position as master. And it seems that every other person out there wants her dead too. Except Con.Con is such a great character. He has that sexy predatory thing going on with Sin, but it's not there in the beginning. In fact, at the start of the book, they practically despise each other. Their continual banter is also very amusing to watch. In addition to their jabbing, they also help each other to face their demons within themselves. They open each other up in a way that exposes everything about them, and yet they can still love each other after that. Perhaps even more now.Another great love is seen between Luc and Kar. Kar has many secrets, some of which Luc knows and others he doesn't. But given the dire circumstances they are in, Luc finally stands up. He becomes more responsible and in the end, I think him and Kar make a great couple.I loved Ione's dark wit and mindblowing worldbuilding. It's hard to find an author who can integrate politics without having it taking control of the characters. She is able to set up a situation and she lets her characters figure it out. There is no straining and pulling that makes the character look as if they have suddenly grown a pair and become this master killing machine. The growth in character is gradual, but still very much evident. Ione is great at what she does.And the excerpt for Eternal Rider? Can I just say what a way to start a new series? Fantastic idea, hot men and lots of kickass fighting in the very first chapter. I love it already! I am super excited about this one!Favourite Quote:"I'm going to take a look at you."She felt her shirt being unbuttoned, and despite her misery, she smiled. "Any excuse to get your hands on me.""I don't need an excuse. You're easy.""You-"Her eyes flew open, but when she saw the rare smile turning up his lips, she knew he'd been teasing her. Which was weird, because she would not have taken him as the playful kind. "You should smile more often.""Can't" He grunted as he opened her shirt to expose her chest. "My face might freeze like that."Sin Undone, p. 239

  • katwiththehat
    2018-11-21 13:38

    I REALLY enjoyed this fifth edition of the Demonica series. Can (Canal?) and Sin were great main characters. Can is a half-werewolf, half vampire, and Sin is Lor’s twin sister, the only female Seminus demon. They make a great pair, especially since Sin reminds me a lot of Tayla and is a very active female lead, leading the assassin’s den at the start of the book. Of course, when everyone in the den wants to take over and the only way to do that is by killing the leader, you have problems. The additional conflict of the werewolf virus/epidemic Sin caused in the previous book was interesting and complicated matters in a great way as now all the werewolves want to kill her. One thing I found really well-developed in this one was the intricacies of the world-building with regards to (view spoiler)[ the various groups of werewolves. You have born-werewolves, turned werewolves, half werewolves of various mixes with other species… and they don’t get along particularly well, which when you’re talking werewolves, gets messy.(hide spoiler)] All the politics and infighting was lots of fun to read. Please excuse typos/name misspellings. Entered on screen reader.

  • Kristin
    2018-11-21 06:39

    If story writing was like cooking, Larissa Ione would make The Food Channel itself her bitch with the Demonica series alone. 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. But again I trusted Larissa to create another awesome female. And let me just say, I love Sin. She just very well be my favorite character out of all the romance books I've read so far. If she were real, she would go on my "Only chicks would go lesbo for" list. She's just that cool. She's sharp tongued, you can learn from her and damn it, she keeps it real. A lovable hard ass.I'm sad that these books have to come to an end. I have truly fallen in love with these brothers, and now sister, as if they were real. At least we'll have another shot with the upcoming Lords of Deliverance book. WOOP!

  • Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey)
    2018-12-05 12:02

    Quick reviewCover: Fitting. RatingNC-17 for the sexiness of it all. Thumbs Up5Overall: Great Installment!Characters: Sexy!Plot: A lot going on to keep you interested.Page Turner: Yes. Series Cont.? Yes. RecommendYes.Book Boyfriend: ConallSUMMARY (50 words or less)Man, I shouldn’t have waited to read this one. I think next to the first book, this was my favorite. This book had heat and passion. It had Conall and Luke. And well, it just had it. I loved every minute of this one. Now onto Eternal Rider.To see my full review and pic, check out my blog post below. ReviewOkay, I wasn’t a fan of Ava Camille Edwards narration. She isn’t a terrible narrator, but the guys didn’t sound much like guys to me. And such a sexy book needed a touch of “guyness” in it. It was okay. Larissa’s writing compensated. I didn’t hate it, but it wasn’t the best either.

  • Jennifer
    2018-12-06 10:00

    NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can't believe this series is over!!! I WANT MORE E, MORE SHADE, MORE WRAITH, MORE LORE, MORE CON!!!!!!!!!!!!There aren't enough words in the English dictionary for me to accurately describe how much I love this series. It was truly magnificent! From the storyline which kept me turning the pages LATE INTO the night, the sex scenes which kept my husband wondering and deliriously happy, (my husband thanks you Larissa!)to the O..EM..............GEEEEE gorgeous demons this series has and had my visuals running amok, and the happily ever afters that I love so much, I'm sitting here writing this review KNOWING that after I hit the send button, I'm going to read ALL of the books over again, in order, slowly so I can savor every word.Sin Undone, the last book in this series, is every bit as good as all the rest of them and that is a VERY hard thing to do. Usually in a series, there are the GREAT reads and there are the ones that are just "ok", the ones you MUST read to get to the next book in the line.NOT this series. Each of the books are equally fantastic. The story wrapped up nicely, EVERYONE got their much deserved happily ever after and also gave us a teaser at the end for the next series coming out which I can't wait to read.I would LOVE to read another Demonica book, maybe after the new series, that catches us up on everyone. Some sort of Christmas short story, I don't know just want more of them. lol (hint, hint Larissa!)Definately recommend this series to anyone who loves, hot demons, steamy sex, an action packed storyline and who love Happily Ever Afters...........

  • Monty Cupcake ☠ Queen of Bloodshed ☠
    2018-11-30 09:05

    3.5 to 3.75 starsI liked it and Sin was good at being a badass, Con was hot, but I liked Lore's book more. Maybe Sin is too abrasive or I was tired of all her baggage by the time I got to her book, idk. It also could be because Lore was trying his whole book and Sin, meh, she was passing through life. Also, the whole plot with the wargs/werewolves was so drama drama llama. Those werewolves are all big drama queens.

  • Gokce ~Muslin Myst~
    2018-11-16 09:43

    Now that I finished this, a part of me wonders why it took me this long to start it in the first place! Oh, what a wonderful addition -and partly an end- to this series.This one was about Sin, the Smurfette -Oh Wraith!-, and Con, the half werewolf half vampire dream-come-true. Do I need to make it clear that I love him? No? Alright then.I absolutely loved this story. It had emotions, strength, love, battle, friendship, sibling love and loyalty. And probably some more. We already knew a bit about Con and Sin from the previous book where they had a brief -and hot!- encounter but with this book we got to learn a lot about their characters and their pasts that shaped them to this day. I was under the impression that Con was the kind of guy who's old and in control and demanding but he blew me away in this book. Sure, he's tough and has this impressive aura that gives away vibes of danger and sex but he's also very scarred and detached and vulnerable. He's of a species that few know about and are scared of so I think that's why he's able to connect with Sin better than anyone else. He's immediately drawn to her sexually and let's face it, no surprise there, but soon realizes that he wants more and that his desire for her goes deeper than the physical. It always makes me happy to read a guy like him to fall and fall hard for a woman.Sin is not so different. She's spent her life at the hands of others, meeting their demands, prisoned. All she ever wants is her freedom and up until the very end of the book, even after she becomes the master assassin, she's not truly free. If she's not bound to someone else, she's limited by her own actions. She refuses to feel at all because in her world that's a weakness you pay with your life. I felt so bad for Sin, she was a true fighter, a very strong female and I admired her courage throughout the book. The relaitonship Con and Sin had was a delight to read, it gradually increased from physical attraction under the circumstances to a tender connection, devotion and love. And it couldn't have been more believable and better told. With every paragraph, every chapter I could see how they were becoming closer and closer to each other and to a fate that would bind them forever.Talking about relationships, I have to say I loved the one the siblings had here. The devotion they had for each other was just very beautiful. Especially the part where they all thought Con was dead and while Sin had her breakdown, how they held her so close..*sigh* Yeah, I'm a sucker for emotion so sue me.There were many laugh out loud moments in this one. I realized I enjoy Larissa Ione's sense of humor, she cracked me up on many occasions. When Shade came to see Con after he was trying to detox on his own and offered a bag of Sin's blood to him, does anyone remember what happened? Yes, ladies, that's the scene. If you're anything like me that part of the book is etched to your brains as well, it was flat out hilarious! Damn, Ione, you sure know how to play a girl's mind! :)I loved the whole big family thing, I'm glad all the Sem brothers and sister all found their one and only and finally came together and now have their much deserved one big happy family picture. I'm looking forward to the updates about them in the future books, kinda wish to read about Lore and Idess' baby -another wonderful moment when he asked his brothers about that, aww- and if, and yes please, Tayla gets pregnant.I gotta admit, I wasn't very familiar about the four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, so I'm going to look that up since that's the storyline for the spinoff series. I did enjoy the exerpt though, I love it when an author takes something and makes it their own. Let me see, there are probably some stuff that I forgot to mention even though I freaked out about them while reading. Well, no need to say this but there were some pret-ty nice love scenes in this one. As some of my friends pointed it out to me, I will never be able to look at playing in the snow the same way I did before this book. Snowballs and rolling around in the snow has forever changed for I knew I'd forget about something. LUC! How could I have forgotten about the smexy werewolf after I wished him to have a HEA of his own?! And I did freak out about his HEA! I was so so happy to read that he found someone too, and a baby yes!, I really loved that guy. The part where he thought to himself that Kar looked 'adorable' in his socks and right before I read him mindslap himself I thought 'why, Luc, since when do you call anyone adorable??' lol.

  • RondaTutt
    2018-11-21 13:45

    Outstanding! Excelent Writing. I so enjoyed this story and I highly recommend it to anyone who loves paranormal reads. It was full of powerful emotions and lots of action - I actually teared up at the sad shocking times and my smile got so big with tears in my eyes at the happy moments. The humor kept me on the edge of my seat as I laughed out loud. I didn't want to put it down.The romance and erotica scenes were hot, I loved the chemistery between Sin and Con. The following statement gives you an idea about what the book is about:"She of mixed blood who should not exist, carries with her the power to spread plague and pestilence. When battle breaks, Conquest is sealed. Isagreth 3:17 Daemonica"I loved how Larissa Ione kept the other characters - Eidolon (Dr Demon) & Tayla (Demon/human), Shade (Demon/Warg - werewolf) & Runa (Warg), Wraith (Demon/Vampire) & Serena (Vampire/Human, Lore (Demon/human)& Idess (Angel/human, Kynan (angel/human) & Gem (Demon) involed, their roles were so awesome and I loved how close nit they all became.Also, I loved the other characters in this story such as Luc (Warg - Were-wolf) & Kar (Feast Warg - were-wolf) - their story was very touching. This is my favorite book in the series.Most immportant, the way Larissa Ione left the end of the series by starting another series called Eternal Rider, was the happiest news because when she explained who the horse rider in the book was, I immediately thought that she should write a book on the 4 horsemen and then to find out she was - I am jumping up and down. I can hardly wait for it to come out.

  • Lynsey A
    2018-12-15 06:53

    Best. Book. In. The. Series. Flat out! Larissa outdid herself with this one. I laughed, I cried and I didn't want it to end. I wanted to read about all of the brothers, their wives and other family forever. From the first page to the last page I was enthralled with this story. This book was beautifully written and really showcases Larissa Ione's talent as a writer. Well done.ETA: Sin and Con were perfect for each other. They mirrored each other and each one saved the other. I think they are my favorite couple of this series, which is fitting because this was my favorite book of the series. :-)

  • Viri
    2018-12-04 14:50

    Pensé que Con no me iba a gustar desde que lo conocí en el libro anterior! Pero chicas... ese vampiro sexy es MÍO!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️4.5 está serie es mi adicción últimamente!!!!!!

  • Suzanne (Under the Covers Book blog)
    2018-12-13 15:03

    This is the final installment in the Demonica series and it follows Sin, the only female and Seminus demon and Conall a dhampir who works in UGH as a paramedic. In the previous book Sin had unknowingly caused a highly contagious disease that is killing more and more wargs across the globe, in this she is on the run from various factions trying to kill her with just the protection of Conall and her newly found brothers Eidolon (*sighs*) Shade, Wraith and Lore. But Con is slowly getting through the barriers to Sin's heart even though he knows it will end in tradegy because of a fatal flaw in his race.It took me a while to get into this one, but after the first 100 pages I started to really get into it. Although I found Sin a bit annoying in the previous books, she really grew on me in this one as you get to know her and see her begin to trust her (hot) demon brothers and Con. Con was okay, he didn't capture me the same way that other heroes has, I think Sin was the more memorable and most well drawn character out of the two. I think I may be in the minority in that opnion, but for me he was a but forgettable! I liked that the plot at the end of this one was quite open ended, in regards of another series especially as it looks like it will involve the four horsemen, which I find very interesting. And although it left it open ended in that regard all the issues with the different characters and couples were resolved, we even saw a HEA for Luc the surly paramedic that works at the UG, which I thought was a nice secondary romance. I don't think that this series will even be one of my favourites, the characters in it although I liked them most the time didn't stand out and grab me and the plots could be a bit predictable. But I have enjoyed the world that Larissa Ione has created it is an interesting world of demons, humans, angels and everything in between and I hope that her Lords of Deliverance series is just as good, or better then this one.

  • UKSandy
    2018-12-05 10:47

    This has to be one of the best books I have ever read.I absolutely loved, loved, loved it. Sin is so feisty, Con is just so god dam sexy, Wraith is so funny and I just love the whole Demon Brothers. I would love to be working at UG!This story had everything I love, romance, excitement, tears, SEX and great SEX.It was brilliant!

  • Rhonda
    2018-12-11 09:42

    I started this book with really high expectations, and they were met. I absolutely loved it, I loved Con and Sin together. A kick ass heroine should have a hero that is at least her equal, or better! Ione paired these two up perfectly! Those of you that have come to know and love the Demonica series will not be disappointed! Enjoy!!

  • AJ
    2018-12-11 10:02

    GOD THIS IS AN ABSOLUTELY EPIC SERIES! DEMONICA, I ADORE YOU!!!Sin Undone ties off the first part of the Demonica series, which now spins off into the Lords of Deliverance. And I can't believe I don't have any more Demonica books to read! I don’t want to be done with it, because I’ve loved every minute that I’ve spent with the characters in these books, but I’m so happy that I got to experience this story. Bravo Larissa Ione!Being book 5 in the series, this review is going to be a little bit spoilery as to events that have taken place in the previous books – although no more spoilery than the synopsis is. But consider yourself warned. This instalment tells the story of Sinead (Sin) - newly discovered and one-of-a-kind female Seminus demon (she is a succubus, and sister to the the Sem boys in the series) - and sexy paramedic, Conall (Con). Sin and Con had a very hot moment in the previous book, and the chemistry between them from that moment on has been intense, so I knew this book would be sensational.To be honest, I wasn’t a fan of Sin before I started this book. She was so angry, cold-hearted, and tried her best to be a badass. In this book though, Ione was able to take those qualities and make them endearing. Yes, Sin is all of those things, but of course it’s all a front she puts on to shield her hurt, guilt and vulnerability. Having spent most of her life as a slave and / or an assassin, she has had to become tough and hard, showing no emotion and needing nobody. And with the opportunity to get inside of her head and see her battle with her inner demons (no pun intended), I loved her from the very start of this one. Her love interest, Con, is a dhampire – a vampire-werewolf hybrid, and he is all kinds of awesome! Aggressive, aloof, and with a wickedly dry sense of humour, he has a gorgeous soft side, and is swoonily protective. He finds himself drawn to Sin following their hot encounter, but he is also fighting demons from his past, as well an unwanted future that has been laid out for him, and all of this is revealed slowly throughout the story. Sin and Con have insane chemistry. Despite the fact that they had already caved to the UST, the tension continues to build with the two of them antagonising each other constantly. “Come here.” His voice was low and rough, and Sin swung around, her furious glare burning a hole right through him. “Screw you.”“Been there, done that,” he growled. “Now, come here.”She shot him the bird and started towards the door. “I don’t respond well to orders.”He was up in a flash ... and he had her backed against the wall. “Then what do you respond to, little demon?”The plot thickens with the spread of SF...“Sin Fever," Wraith chimed in with a little too much enjoyment.Sin Fever? They'd named the fucking disease after her? Bastards... a disease that Sin inadvertently started during a failed assassination attempt, and which is now ripping through the warg species, killing all that encounter it. As a member of the Warg Council, Con is charged with the task of hunting Sin down and bringing her in to answer for her actions. But of course, he has no intention of doing that, and instead he nabs her and takes her on the run in order to protect her. I loved the development of the relationship between Sin and Con as the two of them banter, argue, and try (and fail) to fight their growing attraction to each other. As a succubus, Sin is constantly throwing out “hellacious fuck-me vibes”, and Con is practically powerless to resist her – giving us some REALLY hot scenes! But there is also a lot of emotion between them. Con fights so hard to break down Sin’s walls, and to help her deal with her past, and the scenes where he pushes her, and she starts to let him in, are beautiful! But being a dhampire comes with its own set of problems, and there are some massive obstacles in the way of their HEA. And even though I had some massive freak outs and sweary moments, I loved every single minute of it! These two are absolute dynamite together, and there is plenty of hotness, lots of feelings and some beautifully tender moments. “I’ve got you,” he murmured into her hair. “I’ll always get you.”This book had me hooked from the very beginning. My heart was racing through most of it, and there was never a part where the action slowed or I lost interest. There is plenty of action as Sin is chased mercilessly by several factions, as well as action going on in the Underworld as politics turn violent. But the big highlight for me was seeing all of the siblings together. I have loved each of the boys from the previous books, and seeing them all hanging out together, working and fighting together, and in the protective big brother role as Sin goes through hell is absolutely sensational! Even though she may not have wanted them, they always had her back – being there to help and support her, and pulling out the big guns to protect their baby sister. “One of your brothers I’m guessing?”“Yep. The mean one. Oh wait, they’re all mean.” She grinned. “You are so fucked.”Happily, we get to check in with each of the boys and their mates and families, which I loved. And a quick shout out to Luc – I was so happy to see him get his HEA as well!I am so sad to be finished with this series. I have adored each and every one of the books, and have loved being immersed in the world and the characters that Ione has created. Demonica is definitely going down as one of my ALL TIME FAVOURITE series. The awesome is seriously off the charts!5 SENSATIONAL stars.The story now spins off into the Lords of Deliverance series, which has been set up nicely, with the introduction of two of the new characters, promise of the continued story of existing characters, talk of prophecies, and a possible impending apocalypse. It’s all happening, and I can’t wait to continue on.And in last minute news - I've just discovered that the next book, Reaver will be released in December 2013. Labelled as both a Demonica and Lords of Deliverance book, it will tie the two series together. YAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!

  • Tracy
    2018-12-02 06:44

    An amazing end to an exceptional series. After reading Lore’s story in Ectasy Unveiled, the fourth installment of the series, I wondered ‘how do I get a Seminus demon??’ Having just finished Sin’s story, I can’t help but think ‘how do I become a Seminus demon?’ Sin was my favorite heroine in this series, which is really saying something because she had some stiff competition from Tayla, Runn, Serena and Idess. In addition to being an overall badass assassin, Sin revealed herself to be a truly caring, self-less and loving person which created a great blend of yin and yang for her character. And Con. Oh. Dear. Con. The vampire and werewolf mix was all kinds of hawtness. His support and acceptance of Sin for what she was, no questions asked made me love him even more. While I am disappointed that the Demonica series has ended, I truly enjoyed the great stories of Eidolon, Shade, Wraith, Sin, their mates and friends (Kynan/Gem, Luc/Kar). All five books will be placed on my shelves to be re-read. *caresses books and tries not to drool on the tantalizing covers*Larissa Ione, you did the damn thang!

  • ♥Sam ♥ ~S2~Im made of awesomness
    2018-12-10 13:40

    "Oh for the love of God, put a butt plug in the male tough guy crap. I know what I'm doing. I'm damn good at killing and fucking, and I'll use either of those weapons-" pg152 SINAnd that my friends in a single paragraph sums up why this book rocked my world! This was Iones best yet!- Yes, I know I have said that about every book, but this time I'm serious - The pages were leaping out with action, erotic sex and palpable danger.Con - where do I start? Easily takes the cake on the hottest demon out there. And to have reigned in and tamed Sin, well that alone desereves FIVE stars.Sin, well she is just 'decadently sinful' -pun intended- she is sexy, dark and unwillingly emotional.I cant even bring myself to talk about the stoyline. My big mouth would give to much away. But what I can say is that whole Demonica series has been an emotional rollercoaster but damn am I glad that I have been a part of it.Im sad that this is the final book. Personally I feel that there could have been alot more books. Characters such as Luc, Reaver and Arik. I would have loved to have been able to explore them alot more. Hopefully there will be some spinoffs in the future.

  • Holly
    2018-11-18 12:59

    I had a terrible sadness come over me when I read the last line of this book, because it was over!! LOL - I loved this book and the whole series, so much so that I bought the entire series for my keeper shelf. I do have to say that I liked the way the series ended with the opening for the spinoff series. Hopefully we will get to revisit the Sem brothers (and sister)After every book I kept thinking this can't get any better, boy, was I wrong, every book in this series just got better and better! I loved Sin from the moment I met her and Con was great!! I loved the nicknames Wraith used for Sin, Typhoid Mary, Smurfette....they had such a great family dynamic. Not sure there is a lot to be said that hasn't been said about this book and whole series, my parting thought...for anyone who loves PNR, HAWT demons, HAWT sex and lots of action...READ THESE BOOKS!!!

  • Karen ~ Divhine
    2018-12-01 12:36

    I finished it! Now I wish I hadn't because it was such a wonderful story, and the end of the series. I loved Con and Sin, and the interaction with Sin's brothers. It was nice having all of the characters in the last book. I don't have much more to add that hasn't been said before. Loved it!!

  • Anzu The Great Destroyer
    2018-11-26 06:40

    Sin undone is the fifth book in the Demonica series. Some people were saying the series ends here, but others were saying Ms. Ione was just taking a break in order to focus on her new series which was out this March. I’m hoping to see more of Demonica since I love this universe and it can surely handle some new characters joining the party. I’m really looking forward to reading some new stuff related to this series.This one, as you can tell, is about Sin and Con. Yes, in the previous book, Ecstasy Unveiled, we were introduced to these two. I didn’t like Con, ended up hating him after his bet with Luc. Sin… well I thought she was annoying and felt like punching her all the time throughout the book. There were some awww moments where she was beginning to resemble a normal person, but they were too few to make me like her. Remember I’m talking about the previous book and not this one. Ok, that being said let’s move to Sin Undone. I didn’t think the relationship between Con and Sin would get to me, especially since it didn’t have the best start. It was challenging to think that they would end up loving each other. They’re both such difficult people, especially Sin. In the fourth book we got a glance at her past – which wasn’t pink and full of roses. Nah, she’s a troubled one. Usually the troubled ones are the hardest to tame. Con seemed ok, kind of, but in this book we find out that he also fits the troubled-f*ck-you-type of person. This being said, you can already see why it’s hard to see them together, all loving, mated and wanting 100 babies.I’m really impressed with the story and the way these two evolved (grew on each other I might say – the expression Con used when referring to Luc - like fungus). It didn’t seem forced, it made me like them, which was something I didn’t expect, and made me fall in love with this book. To be honest I knew I will like it, but not love it. It was a big deal eventually.Sin Undone also introduced us, in a way, to the new series Larissa Ione is working on, Lords of Deliverance. We got to see, even if it was brief, two of the four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Wow, I can say that I like what I saw. This woman has a talent for creating hotties. I really can’t wait to get my hands on the first book, Eternal Rider.In the end, my favorite is still Wraith. Lore got really close to overthrowing him, but nah, didn’t happen. Anyways, what can I say? Five books out of five and all of them top rated. Wow, I mean that’s something, isn’t it? Awesome series, great “ending” sort-of and one the best bunch of characters you can ever find!Oh, before I forget! WTF was with that Moldavian village full of horny bisexual wargs? Haven’t seen that one coming… Strange sh*t…

  • Leigh
    2018-11-28 12:03

    A.MAZ.ING!!!! this book was absolutely fantastic!! Larissa just kept getting better and better with the Demonica series, and that held true for the 5th and final book to the series, Sin Undone. i am so sad that this series is done, and that i tore through the book so quickly, but seriously, it was near impossible to put down. Larissa kept the pace just perfect through the entire book...not once did i think to myself that i wished a certain part was over b/c it was too slow, etc. i hung onto every word, every nuance, and she just got so creative with the story and its flow, and i thought it was outstanding.Sin was an amazing heroine, and i loved that we got to watch her develop and grow, urged on by the care and love of the hero, Con. both characters were wonderful...i loved them both from the get-go, and even more so at the end. and as always w/ Larissa, you can guarantee some wonderfully creative, hot, steamy sexy time, and she surely didn't disappoint in Sin. i love, too, that it's not just one major sex scene and then the rest are kinda of just mentioned. nope, she gives the reader some really great full blown scenes, and they are perfect and lead the story along beautifully. there is a side story of Luc and a female woven into the story, too, which was also great and instrumental to the entire book. like Gem and Ky's story, it was great to see others take a little of the spotlight as well. additionally, Larissa did a FANTASTIC job of integrating all of the Demonica players in Sin. there is a lot of Eidolon and Wraith, who is still funny as hell w/ some of the best one liners, but we also got to see a fair amount of Shade, Lore, Ky, and to a little less extent, Serena, Runa, Tayla, and Gem. even with the integration, Sin and Con's story was still front and center, and done perfectly.we also get introduced to a couple of the Horsemen in this series as well, and again, Larissa was so creative in working their story into this one. so while i am sad that Demonica is finished, i am so excited to read about the Lords of Deliverance knowing that our fav characters in Demonica will also have appearances in anyone who hasn't read Demonica yet, go read it! it's a fantastic series. and for all the readers of Demonica, if you haven't gotten Sin yet, what are you waiting for? go get that book and read it!! :D