Title: Power Unleashed
She has a big secret…
After a year in captivity, werewolf Paz Cabrera is trying to figure out her place in the world. While her sister’s new family is welcoming, Paz still doesn’t feel like she belongs to the Lazos pack. She has a big secret that could harm them all and give The Council ammunition to kill her. When The Council sends their legendary enforcer to hunt a rogue werewolf terrorizing Miami, she 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.
He’ll stop at nothing to uncover the truth…
As enforcer and one of the oldest living werewolves on the planet, Adam Tucker had fated himself to a lonely life. After centuries by himself, he 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 she can’t escape the sizzling heat between them. No matter what it takes, he plans to uncover the truth behind her resistance and bond her to him forever.
Author: Savannah Stuart
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Claiming His Mate, Tempting His Mate , Tempting Trouble , Saving His Mate
Series: Miami Scorcher
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Desire Unleashed
Published: August 15, 2015
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
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Power Unleashed is the third book in the Miami Scorcher series and this series is very aptly titled. The sex is hot, the characters are great and plot tantalizing in this quick read. As a reader, I really enjoyed how Paz and Adam both have fragile secretive sides to them. The secondary characters were well placed and a welcome addition to the story line. I have not read the previous two books in the Miami Scorcher series so I felt a little lost in the beginning but just enough back-story I was quickly able to fall into place. If I were to have one complaint about this book, it would be I wish it had been a little longer. Excellent read to pass the afternoon with.