⭐️ Release day – Outnumbered by Shay Savage




I’m not exactly the social type.  After spending most of my formative years in prison, I prefer an isolated existence in the wilderness of Canada’s Northwest Territories, making what little cash I need guiding tourists to the best hunting grounds.  I have no desire for company; I crave solitude instead, especially during the subarctic winter months, but what am I supposed to do when I come across a woman in distress? I can’t just leave her to die in the cold, and a storm is on the way.So now we are confined to my secluded cabin, and I quickly realize there’s something not quite right about Seri—or is her name Netti?  She switches moods faster than a snowshoe hare changes direction. In fact, I’m starting to think there’s more than one person behind the mystifying woman’s intense, green eyes.

Physically, only two of us are trapped inside the rustic cabin, but I still feel outnumbered.

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Shay Savage is an independent author from Cincinnati, Ohio, where she lives with her family and a variety of household pets.  She is an accomplished public speaker and holds the rank of Distinguished Toastmaster from Toastmasters International. Her hobbies include off-roading in her big, yellow Jeep, science fiction in all forms, and soccer.  Savage holds a degree in psychology, and she brings a lot of that knowledge into the characters within her stories.From the author: “It’s my job to make you FEEL.  That doesn’t always mean you’ll feel good, but I want my readers to be connected enough to my characters to care.”

Savage’s books many books span a wide variety of topics and sub-genres with deeply flawed characters.  From cavemen to addicts to hitmen, you’ll find yourself falling for these seemingly irredeemable characters!

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*** ARC kindly provided for an honest review. ***

Shay Savage has a way to tell stories with some crazy plot that you won’t read much anywhere. It’s singular, disturbing and twisted. If you have read the blurb you’d be expect some crazy stuff and it so was far from what I’ve imagined.

I’m still in shock… what a story. Like Bishop, the male character, I felt outnumbered.

A story taking place mostly behind closed doors, with this heavy ambiance, trapped in the middle of nowhere. Two people with troubled pasts, heavy baggage, lost in this world and in way would find someone who would complete them. Trust me, it was a crazy and wild ride.

When a recluse and ex-convict rescued a woman, he wouldn’t have imagined how complicated and disturbing his life would be.

Add in the mix, graphic scenes and some suspense in the way and you’d be served. An explosive cocktail that lead me at times speechless. This is not my first book from this author and a few books later, I’m still surprised.

I was intrigued from the first chapter and I kept going. I can’t even imagine how the author came out with a story like that. Bishop wasn’t the most social one, living like a recluse, locked for so long, enjoying his very quiet and discreet life until the moment he met Seri who would make his head spin and giving him whiplash. Literally.

Seri was a woman on the run, very troubled, who could switch move faster than changing clothes. It was pretty bold to write about this kind of mental disorder, it was as much fascinating than scary. I felt like they messed up with my head as well.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s violent, overwhelming and you have to stay focus if you want to unravel all the mystery between Seri’s personalities. All details matter. Where was the truth?

Bishop and Seri’s journey was utterly surprising, wild, explosive and all kind of crazy. Even a few days after reading it, I needed some time to process my thoughts. It was just at times too much to handle to me, but I really liked it. An audacious project, fast paced-romantic suspense that will leave no one unmoved.





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