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Product Details

  • Series: The Amoveo Legend (Book 1)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca; Original edition (October 4, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402258437
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402258435
  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 1 x 6.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #893,461 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews

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"Sizzling sexual chemistry... I really can't wait to see where we go to next." - Yankee Romance Reviewers

"I loved this book. I will definitely be looking for more Amoveo Legacy titles. A paranormal top pick and I'm looking forward to many more in this series. 5 Stars, Reviewer Top Pick" - Night Owl Reviews

"Captivates the reader with action and romance." - Rom Fan Reviews

"The characters haunted my dreams and I thought about this book constantly." - The Long and Short of It Reviews

"A stunning new shifter series that will thrill paranormal fans... A fascinating world... Spectacular. " - Bookaholics Romance Book Club

"A story of dreams and shape-shifters... [Humphreys'] world will leave you wanting more. " - Anna's Book Blog

"A fluffy romantic story in an intriguing urban fantasy world... " - That's What I'm Talking About

"A wonderful debut to a unique and different paranormal series. " - Debbie's Book Bag

"Sweet and passionate. An enthralling story." - Anna's Book Blog

"I love this world that Humphreys created and I would be completely willing to read many more books about it. " - Books Like Breathing

From the Author

People often ask where I get ideas or how I overcome an uncooperative muse and for me the answers lie in music. When I'm plotting out a book, one of the first things I do is create a soundtrack for it. When I'm at a crossroads with a character or a hiccup in the plot, I listen to the songs I selected and usually it helps trigger and idea. Sometimes, the soundtrack will get new additions. For example, I was driving up to our summmer home in Rhode Island (the backdrop for Unleashed) and the song "All Summer Long" by Kid Rock came on and conjured up all kinds of great images for Samantha and Malcolm. That wasn't originally on the soundtrack for Unleashed but you can bet your butt it was added.  I hope you enjoyed Malcolm and Samantha's story and will want to read more about the Amoveo.

"Sleepwalking to Dreaming"--Amy Petty *used in the book trailer for Unleashed

"All Summer Long"--Kid Rock
"Katmandu"--Bob Seger
"The Way You Look Tonight"--Frank Sinatra
"Don't Stop Believin'"--Journey
"Unwritten"-Natasha Bedingfield


Dream on......
Sara

More About the Author

Sara is a graduate of Marist College, with a B.A. Degree in English Literature & Theater. Her initial career path after college was as a professional actress. Some of her television credits include, A&E Biography, Guiding Light, Another World, As the World Turns and Rescue Me.
In 2013 Sara's novel UNTAMED won two PRISM awards--Dark Paranormal and Best of the Best. Sara has been a lover of both the paranormal and romance novels for years. Her sci-fi/fantasy/romance obsession began years ago with the TV Series STAR TREK and an enormous crush on Captain Kirk. That sci-fi obsession soon evolved into the love of all types of fantasy/paranormal; vampires, ghosts, werewolves, and of course shape shifters. Sara is married to her college sweetheart, Will. They live in New York with their 4 boys. For a full list of Sara's books and reading order, please visit her website at http://novelromance.net/books/reading-order

Customer Reviews

The characters were interesting and the story was very well written.
nchapin
I'm giving it 5 stars because I've read book #4 in the Amoveo series already and this series just gets better.
Kathryn Hughett
I highly recommend this book to anyone that likes Paranormal Romance with an emphasis on the "steamy".
Abramovitz

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By LAS Reviewer on October 15, 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The characters within this story will be running through my mind indefinitely. Unleashed is the type of story you think about months and even years later and decide you must read it again.

Amoveo's are like shape shifters but much more. With the paranormal romance industry booming, it can be difficult to find a story that distinguishes itself from the thousands of others, but this story has done so. I tried to think of other stories to compare it to, and I could not think of one. This attribute alone would have been enough to keep me interested, but that was not the only thing that kept the pages turning.

Samantha is unique -- the first human amoveo hybrid -- and that can't be easy. There is something to be said about her composure when so much is thrown at her. Her life is turned upside down when she decided to move back home, but then she finds about a secret race and that she is part of it, yet she still never looses who she truly is. That is one tough woman that anyone might feel threatened by. The subtle strength that she demonstrates throughout this story is what really makes her remarkable.

Malcolm is everything you want in a hero of a paranormal romance story. He has brute strength, is drop dead gorgeous, a little arrogant, and has a huge heart. I had to check to see if I was drooling a few times because he was just perfect in all ways that matter.

The conflict was another fascinating aspect of this story. It created mystery and excitement. I keep trying to pinpoint who exactly was targeting Malcom and Samantha, but every time I tried to figure it out, I came up with more questions than answers, which I loved. Up until the very end the author kept me on high alert while trying to figure out who the antagonist could be.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Tracy VINE VOICE on February 10, 2012
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Aspiring artist Samantha Logan gave New York City her best shot, but she knew when it was time to pull up stakes and return to her Nonie and her childhood home on the coast of Rhode Island. It isn't just the apparent lack of interest in her art, though, that prodded her to pull up stakes. There are also the dreams...

She dreams of a man who touches her like he knows her, who feels like he belongs to her, and who is telling her it's time to come home.

Malcolm Drew is already suffering from his lack of a mate, a curse of for his kind that first limits their power and abilities, then kills them if they don't bond with the other half of their soul. Finding his Samantha in the dream realm fills him with such anticipation and need that he reels with it. He knows she's coming back to the home in which she was raised, and he is anxious to see her in flesh, to court her, and to have her.

Not that he's entirely certain on how to go about doing the courting part. Samantha is a rare and unique woman. Her mother was human, her father one of Malcom's kind, the Amoveo, shapeshifters with a rich clan-like history and special abilities. His problem, Samanatha has no knowledge of her heritage. She was raised by her grandmother in the human world after the death of her parents when she was just a child. Malcolm has never been with a human woman before, or even one raised as human. He has so much to teach her, so much to tell her, and so little time to woo her. But the stakes have never been higher.

A half-breed is virtually unheard of for his people, but she may be the key to their very survival as their existence teeters on a razor-thin wire. Their numbers are dangerously low and mates are growing increasingly harder to find.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Raonaid Luckwell on October 9, 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
New to me author and I got the privilege to read the ARC. The beginning starts out slow but this is to be expected for the first book in any series. Sara does a complete and wonderful job of setting up the background of The Amoveo. Then the story gains it's momentum, drawing you in to read more about Malcolm and Samantha.

This book is for anyone who loves animal shape-shifter stories. The history of The Amoveo is important, so do not try to skip or skim those parts. Else you would not get a clear and deep understanding of the characters.

Malcolm - In the beginning I was struck by how different he was from the other Heros I read about. Clueless how to interact with Samantha's human side, I like the fact that he was patient with Sam. The way he approached the matter in the beginning of their relationship, the mindset, that though he was impatient and wanted his mate, HER feelings and opinions mattered.

This endeared me to the hero BIG time. It was found to see such an arrogant man flounder in our social customs.

Sam - Her character I did connect with. She was easy to like. I gave her kudos for how she handled her past relationship before Malcolm. Here we have a heroine that has some self doubts about her appearance. This made her human to me, able to connect.

Will I read more in the Amoveo series? Oh yes! Unleash whetted my interest and I'm anticipating the next book. Really stink at reviews(
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By elizaduckie on May 6, 2012
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From reading the many glowing reviews I was expecting a more expertly crafted book with an innovative and interesting plot line. While the book has a lot of pages, I found them tedious to read, completing the book was a trial. Although there might be promise here, too much of it goes unrealized. The book needs a good edit but I'm not sure that would save it. The writing is stilted and too much is explained, leaving little to the imagination. Attempted tension between the main characters, which might have made this book interesting, was overworked and trite. The plot is predictable and seems an awkward cobbling together of other author 's far more successful works. While I don't mind well written fanworks, this one simply annoyed me. Sadly, the reviewes were better written, and in some cases were actually more interesting, than the book.
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