First, I'd like to note that the warning on this one is a little off. Is there some kinky stuff, yes. Is it what I could call dark and disturbing - definitely not. There's some power play and a little 'daddy' going on, but not to the extent the warning portrays.
Title: Come Undone (Bad Boys After Dark #3)
Author: Gabi Moore
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 252 pages
Release Date: January 5, 2017
Source: Review Request
Heat Rating: 4
Reviewed by: Jasmyn
WARNING: This book contains dark and disturbing themes, strong language and over the top sexiness that may be uncomfortable for some readers!
Kat Lilith is confident, successful, and supremely organized.
Newly divorced, she’s soon proposed to by a man who ticks all the same boxes she does. He’s everything she knows she should want in a man… so why does she find herself yearning for the first time in her life for something a little …different?
Mark Cane is... different .
Not only does he not tick any of her boxes, he blusters into Kat’s life and tears up her whole list. When she discovers that he runs a successful business, constructing intricate BDSM furniture for his devoted clients, she can no longer contain her curiosity.
Soon, Kat learns that although it’s fun to have control, it’s way more fun to lose it.
Mark is a little wild, a little dangerous… and very good at unraveling her world. But maybe that’s just exactly what she needs…
That being said, this was a pretty fun book. I liked how straight-laced Kat was. She seemed to have her new life mapped out, and it was going to be perfect. But she found out that she was wrong - in a big way. The man of her dreams has no spark, no lust, no excitement.
But once she meets Mark, things are very different. I loved how Gabi Moore was able to contrast these two men - from the way they looked, they way they spoke, and what they wanted from Kat. I thought Kat's indecision was very real. Her ideas conflicting with her desires. What she thought was "right" conflicting with her curiosity.
This is a romance - so we can guess how it ends. But along the way, there are grown-up issues brought to light. Dating as a single mom - when to introduce your child to your new boyfriend? How do you handle meeting your girlfriend's kid? This was all written very well, with a good mixture of fear and hope.
I didn't care for the daddy game they played at times. It just wasn't my style. I also had some problems with the way Kat's daughter was written at times. Her age seemed to fluctuate - I couldn't figure out just how old she was supposed to be, and when an age was given, it didn't seem to match her level of development.
**I voluntarily read a review copy of this book**