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Lycan Unleashed (eBook)

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Lycan Unleashed
Lycan Unleashed eBook Cover, written by Tiffany Allee
Lycan Unleashed eBook Cover, written by Tiffany Allee
Author(s) Tiffany Allee
Series Entangled Ever After
Publisher Entangled Publishing
Publication date January 14, 2013
Media type eBook
Length 115 Pages
ISBN 978-1-62266-993-6
Preceded by Succubus Lost

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).

Lycan Unleashed is an eBook written by Tiffany Allee. It is the third work in the Entangled Ever After series by this author. In this work, the character Mary Stone is a Succubus.


  • Title: Lycan Unleashed
  • Author: Tiffany Allee
  • Published By: Entangled Publishing
  • Length: 115 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • IBSN: 978-1-62266-993-6
  • Publishing Date: January 14, 2013

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Plot Summary

Detective Astrid Holmes is a sensitive, a human capable of feeling the energy of otherworlders. When she is dispatched to the horrific murder scene of a local vampire, she expects it to be just another day on the job. But when evidence is stolen on her watch, she is removed--not only from the investigation, but from her job as a member of the Chicago police department's paranormal unit.

Astrid's only hope of reinstatement lies with her ex co-worker and almost-lover, Lycan Mason Sanderson. But convincing the OWEA agent to let her assist with the investigation isn't nearly as difficult as staying alive when the murderer realizes that Astrid may hold the key to unlocking his identity.

Fighting to take down a killer could have deadly consequences for Astrid and Mason, but working together puts their already fragile relationship in jeopardy.

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on October 25, 2015

Astrid is in a situation that isn’t a good one. She’s deeply involved in a crime. Not just investigating it, but being investigated as well. Things come to a head when the one person she can turn to is the last one she wants to. A little white lie gets her in, but how is she going to get out again in one piece?

This work is one in a series that is set in a world where the supernatural mix with humanity and, of course, things never quite work out smoothly for anyone. Astrid is the focus of this story along with Mason and how their relationship finally, after so many stories before, comes to a point where things move forward and becomes something more for them both. There’s so much good storytelling, universe building and more, which considering the previous works in the series is no surprise.

There is a succubus who is a minor character in the story, her name is Mary and she is married to a vampire, has been for some time. But things go wrong for her in a lot of ways and how her life tangles and then what happens afterwards isn’t really explained in detail, but the results are and in that what happens is very tragic. She is caught between a rock and a hard place and no matter what she does, things don’t go the best way possible.

There are a few nicely hot scenes in the work, all of which are not over the top erotica or written in a way that makes no sense. As a whole, the story really is well told and I enjoyed it very much, but there is minor problem at least for me. The problem is that there isn’t really a good feeling of closure in this work towards the main storyline. There is for the main characters, there is in a lot of other ways, but in one very important way there isn’t and it left me sighing a bit.

The work is, to be clear, not focused on Succubi, the appearance of one is only fleeting, but Mary’s history would be interesting to explore and explain. Actually the entire universe has a lot of stories that are left untold from each work and that means, I hope, there will be more stories coming and more to learn, succubi and otherwise.

A story well told, a mystery unwrapped, two finding their way in the world with all else that goes on around them. Really a good read and I recommend it as much as the other works in the series by far.

I’m giving this work four out of five pitchforks.

The work is well written, tells a really fascinating story, but really don’t provide a “clean” ending in a similar fashion to the other works in the series. That is a function of the main “bad guy” being untouchable after all, but somehow their having their just desserts would have I think made things a bit more satisfying for me. Hoping to see more in the series sometime soon, there are still many stories untold and there are Succubi there that have their stories to tell still…

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