Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Review: Undiscovered

Undiscovered Undiscovered by Sara Humphreys
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I’ve read a few other books from this author and I am never disappointed. This world was really interesting and gave a good introduction to the world of the Amoveo.

Rena is a self-proclaimed independent woman who has made it on her own with very little assistance. She bounced around from foster home to foster home until she finally gave up on that system, running away. On the streets, she eventually found her own father figure in the form of Vito, a private investigator. After his health began to decline, Rena ended up taking over the business and making a name for herself. She’s always been especially good at finding people because whenever she touches someone or something, she can see things. Her life would be pretty good, if she could just stop having nightmares about dragons killing her.

Zander is one of those dragons from her nightmares. He’s been cursed to remain in human form, immortal, for 500 years while his twin brother remains trapped in dragon form, reliving his own personal hell. The only way to break the curse is to find his brother’s mate and unite them. As if their past drama and emotional baggage wasn’t enough, when a woman pops up in their shared dreams, he knows he’s got to put his own feeling aside to give his brother what he desperately needs.

This story has a lot of sizzle, a healthy dose of stupid man martyrdom, and a really solid introduction to the wild world of shifters. It was nice to see a tough chick who can really stand her ground against scary looking dragons. The obvious attraction between these two kept the pages turning and me hooked. I wonder where the series will go next, now that dragons are officially back in the world.

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