Three months after Sage Hannigan time warps a hundred years into the past and saves the future, she is still trying to come to grips with all the she has gained… and all that she has lost.
All of her searching hasn't turned up the Cerberus Society or any creatures of the night, and she's beginning to wonder if she's gone crazy after all. The only things keeping her grounded are her sparring sessions with Matt and her weekly ritual of scouring the city for lowlifes to kick the crap out of, and even that can't keep her dreams free of the heartache and bittersweet memories she has come to loathe and… to cherish.
When blasts from the past—good, bad, and evil—come knocking on her door, will she be able to do what she has to even if it means having her barely healing heart ripped to shreds?
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Sage! What are you doing?!
After I read Fated, I decided that I absolutely needed the next book and so I purchased it. Now here I am, after a storm of emotions I didn't see coming, and all I can say is, "Why Sage? WHY!"
I don't know why Sage's choices keep surprising me. They also infuriate me, but that's beside the point. What I've concluded after reading this book is that Sage follows her heart completely, and that often times lands her in a hot mess. You know, jumping from the pan right into the fire.
I had issues with Sage. I mean, yeah, at first I was okay with Soren, but as soon as Aldwin was back in the picture, I immediately resumed holding my #TeamAldwin poster with a bunch of hearts drawn on it. This is where I was really debating with myself because for one, I was happy because #SageAndAldwinForeverandEver could become a thing again, but a part of me had doubts. This is because Sage is very confused in her emotions and I don't like it when characters don't know what they are feeling (probably because they tend to stay away from what I want them to do!).
We do see more of Soren in this book (no surprise there, he is immortal) and even though he is described as good looking and sexy, I can't help but picture him as an old man. What is wrong with me? This happened to me with another series by Ranae Glass. Am I forever cursed to picture male vampires as old, wrinkly men?!
I'll wrap this up by saying there are some sad feels in this book. I cried because what happened is something that I fear and something I have nightmares about. This is the only instance I'll say that I was glad Soren was with Sage because reliving something traumatizing like that is terrible.
My only complaint (I promise I'll be done after this) is that I do not feel connected to most of the secondary characters. I feel like these are throwaway characters, disposable, without any real importance. I would like to get to know them and their stories, but we are not provided with many details about them.
Because of these things (and many other reasons I can't talk about) Undone gets 4 Platypires!