Uncovered, by Ivy Layne is a 394-page contemporary romance novel and is the third book out of a 3-part series (other reviews can be found below). It is written from a first-person POV, two-sided.
Ivy Layne is an author who generally writes dirty, dirty sex scenes. So if you’re someone who is looking for some dirty read (which there is nothing wrong with that) this is the book for you.
Spoilers Ahead ***
Normally, I would give a long winded description of the characters and I promise I’ll get back to that in later reviews. Since I’m so far behind on reviewing books I’m going to just bang this out.
If you’ve been keeping up with the series you’ll know that the overall arc of this has been learning that Maxwell Sinclair (the boys’ father) is a complete and utter twat. Basically, he was part of a human trafficking ring and a seller of babies. He faked his own death prior to the start of the Untangled Series and the Winter’s Saga. He returns in this book because the people who were after him know he faked his death so he returns seeking protection from his sons with his daughter (who the boys didn’t know about) in tow.
Now the two heroes…Alice and Cooper Sinclair. They’ve had a thing for each other for almost ten years. They could never be together because Alice was married when they met, now that she’s divorced, Cooper’s going for it.
This is a story I’ve been waiting for because out of all the brothers Cooper was the most mysterious. Their romance progressed pretty quickly since they’ve known each other for years so they were quick to fall into a couple routine.
Overall, the characters were likeable, but the story is completely not relatable, this would not likely happen in real life, so if you’re one who likes to read things closer to life, this is not the book for you.
In summary, I give this a 4 out of 5.
Summary of other books in this series: