on 21 August 2014
I loved it. This is a great suspense romantic story. And it is not your typical one where all the main characters are straight laced and all that.
Damon and Alex feel like real people. They make mistakes which could cost them their lives. In this last instalment of the series, they learn to trust each other and to work together, as a team. Yes, I cannot say that I agree with their chosen profession but on the other hand, what they are doing just feels right on some level.
A great addition to the story were also the extremely hot scenes between Damon and Alex. Between all the danger they find time for romance but also for animal attraction.
In a few words, this series has everything, and no matter what genre you prefer you will find something for you here :)
Definitely a recommended read :)
on 17 August 2014
I was lucky enough to recieve an ARC so this is my honest review.
This is the final book in the unmasked series I suggest if you haven't read the first 2 then get on it!
I couldn't wait for this book to come out was waiting very impatiently but after reading it it was well worth the wait!
It was great to see a different side to Daimon and Alex but yet cassia Leo also managed to keep there oring sides too.
*stop reading if you don't want any spoilwrs*
As I was reading I was very nervous about getting to the end I had a horrible feeling that one of them will die but I was so happy that they got a HEA. I do love a HEA.
The epilogue was brilliant!
Without the darkness, there would be no light.
This series is strongly recommended! Thank you cassia for an awesome series yet again!
on 16 August 2014
In this final book things come to a head in more ways than one. Alex and Damian are together again and are off to Monaco to confront the Prince and princess. I was really nervous about what was going to happen and how things would work out, wringing my hands, hoping that neither one would get killed as Alex and Damian deal with her past. You will have to read this book as I can't say too much more without giving away the story. This was a fabulous trilogy, one I thoroughly recommend, well worth more than the 5 stars.