Review: Bound (The Clipped Saga #2) by Devon McCormack

November 11, 2015 Review 1

Review: Bound (The Clipped Saga #2) by Devon McCormack

Warning: This title is erotic and contains homosexual content, graphic sex, violence, and strong language.

On the eve of the impending war between Heaven and Hell, the demon Kinzer and his mortal ally Maggie hunt for a powerful weapon that could destroy all of humanity. Devastated by the loss of his greatest love, Kinzer doesn’t believe he’ll ever find happiness again. But when he meets the immortal Hayde, he discovers all hope might not be lost after all.

The angel Treycore’s ex-girlfriend abducted his lover Kid and dragged him into the bowels of Hell. Now, Treycore searches for an entry into the immortal realm. But only one creature can assist him on his quest: Eilee, the most beautiful of the angels and another of Treycore’s previous lovers. After the war between Heaven and Hell, Eilee lost her mind and went on a murderous rampage. With her guidance, Treycore descends into Hell and battles God’s earliest creations as they journey to save Kid from the sadistic clutches of his villainous ex.

Title: Bound
Author: Devon McCormack
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Clipped
Series: The Clipped Saga #2
Published by Wilde City Press
Source: Author
Published: October 3, 2015
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance, M/M Erotica
Pages: 304
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: five-flames

I got a phone call from a friend I had recommended Clipped to. She was all excited and did I hear Bound was coming out and you are going to read it right?! I told her of course i was going to if nothing else to find out if the located any lube (Inside joke). But seriously, I couldn’t wait to step back into this world to see what the heck was going to happen next. Oh my! Quite a lot!


Kinzer have hooked up together (No not that way!) and are on the search for the Christ. Still seems weird to think of that entity that way. I eventually ended up singing another tune. Zips lips! On their way to gather more info Veylo snatches Maggie and now Kinzer is trying to find Maggie and the Christ before the world is destroyed. Along the way Kinzer encounters Hayde which gives us some of the biggest mind f**ks as well as the hottest sex moments. It also showed sides off Kinzer that both had my heart hurting as well as gagging. Yikes!


In the other half of the story, Treycore’s on the hunt for Kid who’s been kidnapped by Treycore’s sadistic ex, Vera. Along the way he gets help from another ex, Eilee, who not only is a wee bit (UNDERSTATEMENT!) narcissistic but seems to also be a bit off her rocker. Hmmm…two ex-girlfriends for Treycore and here I thought he batted for just the other side. The journey Treycore and Eilee take has this strange LSD trippy feeling as they travel through hell. Don’t even get me started on how freaky the inappropriate tentacle thingy was. I will never look at a octopus the same way again. GAH!


As twisted as Bound was, I freaking LOVED IT! This time around there is less sex and more intense mind games. Now don’t get me wrong, there is still plenty of sex, some of it being non-con (Consider yourself warned!). HOWEVER, there’s less dropping trough random acts of lubeless sex and more meaningful moments. As for the lubelessness that drove me bonkers, and had me cringing, there is still plenty of it except for maybe one brief moment of thinking ahead.* Zips lips again and smiles evilly* As for those intense mind games, most are brought on by Hayde and Veylo. Those two kept me guessing the whole way though until the very end that is until once again I notice I’m at 95%, and there’s still a lot that needs to happen. And I have a craptastic moment when I realize unless a miracle happens there is going to need to be another book. Great, just great. More waiting…


Devon McCormack has done it again with Bound. He has sucked me in to this rabbit hole story that spins all my good/bad theories on its axes. A word of warning: Bound is not a book that can be read out of order nor as a stand-alone. There is too much that has already occurred and without knowing Kinzer, Treycore, Kid and Maggie before, then most of what they are going through will not make sense. Am I cheering for the good side or bad I no longer know. Nevertheless, it doesn’t matter anymore because I am thoroughly vested and am feening for the next book.



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