He’s the man of her dreams
A long time ago, Zander Lorens was cursed to walk the earth stripped of his Dragon Clan powers. Every night, trapped in a recurring nightmare, Zander relives his darkest moment. He can hardly believe it when the dream changes and a beautiful young woman appears. Zander believes she’s the key to ending his torment. Finding her in the real world is one thing, but how will he convince her of who-and what-she really is?
She’s the end to his nightmare
Rena McHale uses her unique sensitivity as a private investigator, touting herself as a “human divining rod” and finder of the lost. By day she struggles with sensory overload, and by night her sleep is haunted by a fiery dragon shifter. Nothing in her life makes sense, until the man from her dreams shows up at her door with a proposition…
Cursed brothers redemption begins. First runner up: Zander.
It took awhile for any of the cast members to grow on me and its hard to explain but mostly the automatic you got no choice condition irked me more than once through the book. Both in Zanders case and in Rena’s.
Zander knows what its like to have something put upon him without his say so, so when he constantly uses the same tactics on Rena it had a tendency to get on my nerves because really – hypocrite.
Despite that I did like Zander and Rena together as a couple and I did like the world building that Humphreys has created in this book.
I hit a snag at one point though because I thought this was the first book to the A- Rising series – which it is but it felt as if it were attached to another series I hadn’t read yet. I’m not sure where it ties in however the author does not leave you lacking in information as its well detailed in what’s going on. So regardless of whether you’ve read her previous books shouldn’t matter. Although I would like to note I do plan on catching up on them because I have a feeling it matters in some form.
I’d like to note that dragon- shifters are hard to write on paper and bring to life so the fact that Humphreys really goes for it gains some level of respect in my book. I’d also like to note that she handles it well enough even though we don’t get the whole dragon thing as much as I’d like I am keeping in mind this is the intro so I’m being patient.
I did appreciate Zander as a character because he has a lot of family devotion loyalty going on and that’s endearing so I’m totally clinging to that. Plus he’s sexy so points for him anyway.
Undiscovered is a fascinating read that I fully enjoyed. I highly recommend.
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