Book Review: KAGE Unmasked (KAGE Trilogy #3) – Maris Black

Kage UnmaskedIt is no secret that I am a huge fanboy of this series and I just totally adore Kage and Jamie! Them boys just know how to heat it up and that is all thanks to Maris Black!  This third (final) installment didn’t disappoint at all. It’s like, Maris Black asked me what I wanted in the final book and I got everything in it! Seriously, how is that even possible?

I loved that they’re finally together together and they’re opening up more. I loved that Jamie’s taking classes outside of what Kage was teaching him. I enjoyed their second house visit in Atlanta with Kage and Jamie’s Dad finally figuring out how to deal with each other. I loved that Jamie’s such a sweet sl*t. LOL. He’s just the most adorable ever, seriously!

Kage’s obvious attempt at suburban politeness warmed my heart, even though I knew how badly behaved he was beneath the façade. His duplicitous nature was such a turn-on for me, even with my parents buzzing around us. (haha!)

“What’s the matter Jamie? Are we not big enough celebrities for you?”

“No actually you’re not. I’m jet-setting now”

And didn’t we all love that Pretty Woman moment? Oh Kage was just way *smh* over the top and I sooo loved it!

One thing that made me roll my eyes a little was when Jamie was acting like someone from Valentine’s Day.LOL. But hey, it’s all good. He’s in love after all. But still. Haha!

The big reveal was rather anti-climactic but it worked well with the story since the drama about his uncle peaked at the right time in the story, though, I was still expecting a longer ending.

Overall, the whole series is solid as gold with mesmerizing characters and storyline. I don’t mind a fourth bookto be honest. Thank you Maris Black!

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Published October 25th 2015 by Maris Black

About The Author
Maris Black lives in the Southern United States. In college, she majored in English and discovered the joys of creative writing and literary interpretation. After honing her skills discovering hidden meanings authors probably never intended, she collected her English degree and got a job at a newspaper. But she soon figured out that small town reporting wasn’t going to pay the bills, so she went to work in the medical field. Logical progression, right? But no matter what she did, the self-proclaimed compulsive plotter couldn’t stop writing fiction.

“The M/M genre feels sort of like coming home,” she says. “I can’t quite explain it. I’ve always had openly gay and bisexual friends and relatives, the rights and acceptance of whom are very important to me, so it feels great to celebrate that. But there’s also something so pure and honest about the love between two men that appeals to me and inspires me to write.”

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