Review: Undiscovered

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

The intense opening to this fast-paced paranormal shifter romance by author Sara Humphreys kept me reading this book in one sitting. I loved the Amoveo. I have read other books by this author before I started writing book reviews so I am familiar with many of the Amoveo people in this story and I loved, loved all those books. This book did not disappoint me. It was amazing to read and purely entertaining.

Rena kind of broke my heart. She was so broken in many ways while being very strong and dedicated to her profession and longtime friend and mentor Vito. I liked the way the author built her character up throughout the book showing that even though she was broken that she was a survivor and strong.

Zander’s history is bleak and sad but also like Rena he was broken though one couldn’t see it. I felt the author’s explanation and presentation of his curse was done to perfection and created the additional intrigue necessary to keep this story moving quickly.

This book will bring out a lot of emotions and the reader will not be bored at any time throughout the book. The dream sequences are dramatic, memorable and well plotted. I do like the fact that at no time did I or could I guess the ending. In fact, the ending did take me by surprise to some extent creating a desire for me to read the next book to this series.

I give this 5 STARS for not being predictable.

Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.

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