Review: Undone by Lila DiPasqua

Undone by Lila DiPasqua
Series: Fiery Tales Series (# 4)
Release Date: April 21, 2012
Publisher:  Self Published
File Size: 476 KB
Source:  ebook provided by the author

Inspired by the tale of Rapunzel, Lila DiPasqua offers a new steamy, emotionally charged historical romance in the acclaimed Fiery Tales Series . . . Rescuing this beauty from the ‘tower’ is only the beginning . . .

Maintaining her ruse as a commoner, and trusting no one has kept Angelica safe. But a chance encounter with a handsome stranger lands her right where danger lies. Now, this sinfully handsome man with arresting blue eyes and a polished manner thinks he’s saved her life, when in fact he’s placed her in great peril. She’s intent on keeping him and everyone else at arm’s length. Yet, the smoldering attraction between them is difficult to deny. And impossible to ignore . . .

As commander of a number of privateer ships, Simon Boulenger dresses and speaks like an aristocrat, and has obtained wealth. But he is still not a noble. Or an officer in the King’s Navy. His lifelong dream to elevate himself from his station of birth and attain a respectable place in society is dead. Worse, he’s ensnared in a deadly scheme, and must get out. But how is he to stay focused on his dangerous mission when the mysterious beauty has him utterly intrigued? He can’t afford the distraction any more than he can resist the carnal hunger she stirs. Simon soon discovers that she’s not only a passionate soul mate, but a woman born into privilege. A woman he can never have. But they’re in too deep. Their hearts are at risk . . . as well as their lives.


Review: This was without a doubt one of the best historicals I ever read! It took a beautiful young and strong lady who has managed to stay safe until the very handsome Simon Boulenger made a go for her! He thinks he has done her a favor and rescued her, but in fact he has placed their lives in more trouble.

But amongst the danger and secrets, they share a very strong attraction for each other that was beautifully described by the author. She really let me feel like I was escaping to a whole new world, which to me is extremely important when reading a book. It makes me feel more emotionally connected to the characters and Mrs DiPasqua has made sure to get my attention and hold it to the last page.

The tale of two people who are definitely meant to be together but have certain obstructions in their way and I mean some really tough ones was so well described by the author that it really brought the book alive.

The author definitely put a good amount of true emotion into this one. I laughed and cried and felt the emotion all the way.



One thought on “Review: Undone by Lila DiPasqua

  1. Maria D. says:

    Great review! I have really enjoyed all of Ms. DiPasqua’s books in the fairytale series so far. Have to add this one to my Kindle

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