A New Spicy Read! Review of ‘Come Undone’ by Gabi Moore

Come Undone by Gabi Moore
Rating: 4 Stars
Publication Date: January 5, 2017
Genre: Romance

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Brief Synopsis
Kat Lilith is successful, confident & newly divorced. She goes on a speeding date expedition she finds herself soon proposed to by a man who, on paper, appears perfect for her. He is everything she should want in a man, but for some reason she finds herself yearning for something a little different.
Mark Cane is definitely different. He is nothing like anyone Kat has ever been with, but he rolls into her life & manages to throw her world into disarray. He owns a successful business where he works constructing intricate BDSM furniture for his clients & she soon finds out that sometimes its more fun to lose control.

 

 

 

My Thoughts
Another great Gabi Moore book – her books always have sexy men, hot bedroom time & women who love to drive their men crazy. This one is so over the top but it makes me love it anymore. Both the hero & the heroine have pasts that have built them to be a certain type of way. Mark is one who will always follow his intuition, believing that life is too often wasting rethinking decisions – whereas Kat has been burned in the past so she has learned that moving too quickly causes people to get burned so she double & triple checks each decision she makes. She’s so caught up in what she should want, that she almost misses out on a chance for what she does want. I love reading a book where the female lead finds what she wants & goes after it full force.

I did enjoy the fact that the author lets the reader glimpse the story from both Mark & Kat’s point of views. It showed that this story wasn’t just about a woman deciding between the safe choice and the happy choice; Mark was also struggling to decide if he should go after who/what he wants in his life as well. Once I started, I couldn’t put this book down; I just wanted to get to the end so I could see how the story ended. All in all, I really enjoyed this book – as per usual with Gabi Moore’s book – and I highly recommend it to all.

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