Sin is a Seminus demon, the only female one in existence. She is a freak of nature. Not meant to be. Or so she has been told her entire life. Sold into slavery years ago she had become a hard and unloving assassin. Her love for Lore, her twin brother, is her only link to what little humanity she has left. Now she has found herself thrown into a family she never knew nor wanted. Having three new overprotective brothers is definitely cramping her style. How is she supposed to be a good assassin master when they keep harping about family dinners and holidays? Not to mention she has accidentally started a werewolf disease that is quickly spreading through the species.
Con has been charged with bringing Sin in for justice. The disease she has started, involuntary or not, is punishable most likely by death. Being half werewolf gives him the incentive to bring her in. He never expected to develop feelings for a demon he has every right to hate. Getting her to drop the walls she has built around her for years is a hard feat to accomplish. Fighting his very nature is even harder. Because there are things no one knows about dhampires. Secrets that he can’t afford to let slip. When this is over, he is to take his place among his society. Become what he has wanted for so long. Now that Sin has breached his own defenses, is what he has always wanted going to be enough?
Sin Undone is book 5 in the Demonica series for Larissa. Sadly, since there are no more siblings, this is the last book in the series. I will venture to say this was my favorite. I completely connected with Sin and her abandonment issues. I felt her pain and even shed a tear at one point in the book (much to the hubby’s amusement). I loved the interaction between Sin and Con and found it completely believable. Well as much as I can believe a demon and a vampire/werewolf conversation. Larissa has a way of drawing you in and making you invest in her characters. They may be demons or mythical creatures but you will laugh with them, fight with them and even cry with them. The way she weaves a story truly blows my mind and gets better with every book I pick up. I give 5 stars to Sin Undone.
*side note* At the end of the book there is a sneak peek into her next series due out in spring 2011. Oh lordy, am I excited. We met one of the characters briefly in this book. The series is going to be based on the four horseman of the apocolypse…or “The Lords Of Deliverance”, as she is calling them. Except there is a twist (of course), one of them is female. The series will start with Eternal Rider, Ares’ (War) story. I can not wait…seriously….