Friday 7 June 2019

Audio: Unmask me if you can - Shana Galen

Narrated by: Victoria Aston
Series: Survivors (Shana Galen), Book 4
Length: 8 hrs and 33 mins
Unabridged Audiobook
Release date: 05-14-19
Language: English
Publisher: Tantor Audio
Historical romance
To Review

I have listened to and enjoyed the previous books, and now it was time for the one they called the bounty hunter. I liked what I had heard of Jasper, the the poor guy was always hiding behind a mask since he had been in a fire during the war.

Here he has to find a missing woman, and so he does. But she does not want to be find. She was running away from an intended marriage and she had a 5 year old son so it was easy figuring out why she had run from her cruel fiance.

She is weary. He is wounded after someone stabbed him. They get to know each other. He gets to know her son, and being the kind of man he is he wants to protect them. I really liked Jasper. And Olivia too. She had worked hard making a life for themselves.

They will go to London too and there we get some suspense. Her fiance is quite the ahole. 

It was also a lead up to the next book in one scene and that sounds interesting too hint hint.

Romance, a bit of drama and a happily ever after. All good things

I do like Victoria Ashton and she is such a good fit for historical romance. She does everyone so well and you just fall into the story so easily.

Nice, but so not fitting. Much takes place in a cottage on a cliff

Lord Jasper, younger son of a duke, suffered horrible burns fighting in the Napoleonic Wars. He wears a mask to hide his face from the stares and screams and finds comfort in the shadows. Jasper is an exceptional bounty hunter, so when a woman summons him to her deathbed and asks him to find her runaway daughter before she passes away, he doesn't refuse. Jasper is close to his quarry when he's knifed by an assailant. Imagine his surprise when he regains consciousness in the arms of the woman he seeks. Except she's not at all what he expected. 

Is not the only one with scars. 
On a remote cliff on the sea, Olivia Carlisle calls her five-year-old son in from an approaching storm. But the little boy is more interested in the man he's found on the trail to their hidden cottage. Olivia fears men and wants nothing more than to leave the injured man where she found him. But his knife wound is severe, and with the approaching storm, she knows leaving him will condemn him to death. As Jasper begins to heal, Olivia acknowledges her attraction to him, even though such emotions terrify her almost as much as returning to London. Jasper must convince her that her only chance at safety is to challenge the man who pursues her. They must travel into the lion's den—he to face his vulnerability and she to face her worst fears.


  1. Wow, how long has it been since I've picked up a Shana Galen book? Too long!

  2. Oh... the son of a DUKE?! Anyhow, this one sounds really good. I love when a women gets to dump a jerk fiance.

  3. I do love historical fiction, but I've never read this author. I'll have to give her a try. It's funny, and a little disappointing when the cover doesn't match the insides.

    1. I would say, wait, the first one? I think the first one was about Ewan and OMG so freaking good. And then she has a million more too

  4. I like the sound of it, I'd read or listen to it. Funny about the cover.

  5. Agreed, the cover is so generic looking, I wouldn't have pegged this one to have such an interesting setting had I not read the description and your review.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

    1. It would have been so lovely with a cliff and the sea and them

  6. I listened to a Shana Galen story last week for the first time in years. I don't think it was as good as this one, but I have high hopes for the next one in the series. This one sounds fab, too.

    1. Hmm, I hope the next try is better then!



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