Book: Unbound, Tempest C. Avery
Series: Underworld #3
Publisher: Smashwords Edition
Release Date: September 16th, 2015
It's been six months since Spencer made the deal with the god of the Underworld: a year of spending nights below. Now that she's finally given into her feelings for Hadrian, she hopes her second life will start getting less complicated. Of course, considering her new world is filled with Reapers, demons, and malicious spirits, that doesn't seem likely. What does surprise her is the way her ex-soul mate Micah St. James is treating her. Ever since they broke up he's been giving her the cold shoulder, and the more she worries about where they stand, the more she ends up putting a wedge between her and Hadrian. She chose the god for a reason, now she just has to keep that in mind while they fight off the attacks of an evil Persephone hell bent on tearing them apart. By any means necessary. She's already lost Micah. She'd die--again--if the original Gravewalker got her way and managed to steal Hadrian as well.
Rating: 3 stars
*I was given this book in exchange for an honest review*
First I’d like to thank Tempest C Avery for allowing me to read her trilogy as it was quite a unique and interesting experience to behold.
It’s been six months since Spencer made the deal with Hadrian, the god of the Underworld to spend a year below with him. After two books of a love triangle, Spencer has finally succumbed to her feelings for Hadrian and decided to give their relationship a go. However, even though Spencer desperately wants her life to go back to normal, she’s beginning to realise her life will never be described as “normal” again.
Spencer has really grown since our first meeting in Unhinged. She’s become a lot stronger after getting control of her powers as a Grave Walker, therefore doesn’t need protecting 24/7. This has made her a lot more independent. While she and Micah start off totally awkward at the start, she eventually finds a place for him at her side without complicating her relationship with Hadrian.
There were happy and sad moments but all were quite enjoyable. Much better than the second book, anyway.
I really appreciate the author for allowing me to sample this series.