Unbound by Sara Humphreys *Stephanie’s Review*

Posted June 6th, 2015 by in *Review / 0 comments


Unbound by Sara Humphreys *Stephanie’s Review*Unbound by Sara Humphreys
Also by this author: Undone, Unclaimed
Series: The Amoveo Legend #5.5
Also in this series: Undone, Unclaimed
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Genres: Paranormal, Romance
Pages: 157
Format: eBook
Read in: Apr 22 to Apr 25
Source: Personal Collection
Add to: Goodreads

The forces that bind them can also tear them apart...

Zachary McKenna is a warrior shapeshifter from the Lion Clan, trying to catch a break in the sun and surf of Mexico. Mai Tais and scantily clad beach beauties are just what he needs after his last battle. But the fun doesn't last long before a beautiful young woman is mugged on his doorstep and Zach is pulled right back into the fray.

Zach has no idea of the danger Annabelle has unwittingly brought to his doorstep, until he discovers that losing her will almost certainly destroy him... - via GoodReads

3.5 Stars

If I’m being honest, my only real interest in reading Unbound by Sara Humphreys was so that I could warp up a series. Don’t get me wrong, I have really enjoyed the Amoveo Legend series. Novellas have just never done much for me. I’ve never really read a stand alone novella but I think that I have to have a good deal of information before going into the novella. Novellas are so short that time can’t be wasted with extensive world building.

I will say that Humphreys is able to load quite a bit of conflict into Zachary and Annabelle’s story. If ever there were two people who shouldn’t be together it’s these two. Both of them end up in Mexico trying to get away from their own problems. Zachary has accepted that he won’t find his mate and Annabelle is trying to outrun her hate filled Cato relatives. All of these problems collide in Mexico.

For the minimal amount of money I paid, I am satisfied with Unbound. It kept me entertained, I was able to spend more time among the Amoveo, and wrapped up a series. I will continue to read Humphreys’s work as I have certainly enjoyed the world she’s created in the series.



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