Monday, May 20, 2013

Audio Book: Desire Unchained by Larissa Ione

Desire Unchained (Demonica, #2)


Pleasure is their ultimate weapon . . . 

Runa Wagner never meant to fall in love with the sexy stranger who seemed to know her every deepest desire. But she couldn't resist the unbelievable passion that burned between them, a passion that died when she discovered his betrayal and found herself forever changed. Now, determined to make Shade pay for the transformation that haunts her, Runa searches for him, only to be taken prisoner by his darkest enemy. 

A Seminus Demon with a love-curse that threatens him with eternal torment, Shade hoped he'd seen the last of Runa and her irresistible charm. But when he wakes up in a dank dungeon chained next to an enraged and mysteriously powerful Runa, he realizes that her effect on him is more dangerous than ever. 

As their captor casts a spell that bonds them as lifemates, Shade and Runa must fight for their lives and their hearts-or succumb to a madman's evil plans.


Desire Unchained by Larissa Ione
2 out of 5

So let me start out by saying first, I did not finish reading this book. It wasn’t that it wasn’t a good book. There were a few things that I really did like about it.  But I didn’t like how dark and heartbreaking it was. 
The scenes that were steamy and encouraging couldn’t outweigh the dark nature of this book.  And it kept getting darker and darker, which is why I stopped reading it.

Shade was interesting. A demon with many regrets, he holds himself emotionally apart from everyone, including his brothers.  To the point where he would even avoid taking a mate to protect himself from a curse (and I did wish that Shade would just open up to Runa… I think that if he did that most of his problems would be solved). 

I think my heart broke slightly when Runa told Shade she loved him, but he only got angry.  No woman could have handled it better. She didn’t get angry or upset, she just stood her ground and showed him that she truly did love him, better or worse. 

Unfortunately, I can’t recommend this book.  I wish I could, but if you liked it, feel free to let me know why.

Happy Reading!


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