Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Review: Power Unleashed by Savannah Stuart

Power Unleashed (Miami Scorcher, #3) by Savannah Stuart

Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Book 3 in the Miami Scorcher series.

Paz has a big secret that could harm her new pack and give The Council ammunition to kill her. When The Council sends their legendary enforcer to hunt a rogue werewolf, Paz makes a shocking discovery about the one man she’s supposed to be avoiding. He’s her mate and she’s terrified he’ll uncover her secret.
As enforcer and one of the oldest living werewolves on the planet, Adam never expected to meet his mate while on the job, but now that he’s found her, he won’t let her go. Paz denies their connection but can’t escape the sizzling heat between them. No matter what it takes, Adam plans to uncover the truth and bond her to him forever.

Lorien’s Review

In the third book of the Miami Scorcher series, Power Unleashed is the story of one woman’s strength to overcoming her painful captivity and finding her true mate. Paz Cabrera still doesn’t feel like she belongs anywhere after the incident. However, with the protection and support of her sister and the Lazos Pack, she’s able to gradually adjust to her new found existence and start over.

Adam Tucker has a nose for investigation as a legendary enforcer for The Council. In his line of work, Adam never thought he would deserve a mate after centuries by himself. But during a mission, he finally meets his mate. From the moment he laid his eyes on Paz, there was an instant connection between them. Even though they can’t keep their hands off each other, Paz fears that Adam would turn her over to The Council if he knew about her secret.

Since the Great War between faeries and werewolves ended hundreds of years ago, The Council made a law where any werewolf with the mixed-blood of a werewolf and faerie would be sentenced to death. The fact that Adam works closely with The Council and has expressed his hatred toward faeries, that’s another reason why Paz is afraid to tell him that she’s a werewolf/fae.

Savannah Stuart created an interesting world of werewolves, fairies and other supernatural beings. Although Paz and Adam were playfully stubborn at times, they also complimented each other very well with their own flaws and passions. The flow of the story remained consistent throughout the book. There was plenty of action, romance and suspense without deviating from the focus of the plot. I liked how it kept me on edge with excitement to know what will happen next. Readers looking for erotic paranormal romance and suspense will definitely enjoy this book.

4 1/2 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Savannah Stuart said...

Thank you for the wonderful review, Lorien. I'm so glad you enjoyed this story and I appreciate the time you took to read it :)


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