Published By: Bonnie Doon Press
Release Date: June 8th, 2015
Genre: Paranormal Romance/SciFi/Fantasy
A god in disguise
No one in the Prison for Magical Deviants knows that prisoner Logan Laufeyson has secret identity. He is the ancient trickster god Loki, in magical disguise on a mission of his own. A mission that will come to a sudden and disastrous end…
The woman he's never forgotten
Demi-goddess Sylvi has spent eight hundred years trying to forget her long-ago affair with Loki, which destroyed her dreams and got her banished from her home. When Loki escapes from prison and stumbles through her door with a problem that threatens both their lives, she must set aside her anger while trying to resist a passion she’s never forgotten. The fact that her magic can be enhanced by sex makes ignoring Loki even harder—especially when they must utilize her rare talent.
A threat of ultimate evil
Thrown together, Loki and Sylvi must foil a masterful plot that threatens not only their lives, but every god in existence. It will take all of their power, and all of their long-buried love, to face the ultimate danger - or vanish and be forgotten forever…
Each book in the series can be read as a stand-alone.
After reading Stolen Fate I really wanted to know what the hell was going on with Norse Trickster God Loki aka Logan, so I was thrilled to find out that Fate Undone was going to be his story and what a story it is. From the first page you are off and running with Logan as he tries to put an end to a plan that will strip the powers from the Gods of the world and much more. As he is working out what to do he stumbles upon Sylvi, a demi goddess he fell in love with (and is still in love with), but also hurt quite badly many, many years ago in an attempt to do what he felt was best for her and finds that she just may be able to help him with his mission and possibly win her back.
Fate Undone is another fun addition to the The Mythean Arcana series that is filled with strong characters and lots of action that takes you all over the world and to other world planes, as well as back in time. The twists and turns of the story were done well and I can honestly say I didn’t figure the who done it part out at all. The action scenes were also well written and had me at the edge of my seat waiting to see who would make it out of the various predicaments that Logan, Sylvi and their friends found themselves in.
I really liked Logan/Loki and Sylvi and enjoyed learning about their past and the events that led up to where we meet them in the story. While we get to see Loki, the Trickster god, we also get to see another side of him that is tender, caring and wanting to do the right thing for someone even though that person may not agree. Sylvi is fun, intelligent, a tad bit stubborn but owns up to it. Since this is a second chance at love situation with Logan and Sylvi, the attraction is already there and it is simply a tug of war between Sylvi’s determination to not let Logan hurt her again vs. Logan’s absolute belief that he will win Sylvi’s heart back and I enjoyed watching as Logan not only broke down the barriers Sylvi had built up against him, but also how he came to realize that while what he may have done were done because he loved her, it may not have been the best thing for her.
A little side note: This book can definitely be read as a standalone, but I do recommend that you read Stolen Fate first since it introduces Logan and why he’s where he is at the beginning of the book.
Overall: Fate Undone is a fun and sexy read with lots of action and great characters set in a world that I would mind living in if I was able to.
~ I received an ARC from Bonnie Doon Press via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~
Linsey Hall is the author of the Mythean Arcana, an adventurous paranormal romance series set in Scotland and other exotic locales. Before becoming a romance novelist, Linsey was a nautical archaeologist who studied shipwrecks from Hawaii and the Yukon to the UK and the Mediterranean. She credits the historical romances of the 70's, 80's, and 90's with her love of history and her decision to become an archaeologist. After a decade of tromping around the globe in search of old bits of stuff, she settled down and started penning her own romance novels. Her books draw upon her love of history, travel, and the paranormal elements that she can't help but include. Several of her books may or may not feature her cats.