She always knew Fate was cruel...
The last person Olivia expected to turn up at her club was her one true love. It would normally be great to see him, except he's been dead for centuries. Olivia really thought she had moved on with her immortal life, but as soon as she sees Doug Paxton, she knows she'd rather die than lose him again. And that's a real problem...
But this is beyond the pale...
Doug is a no-nonsense copy by day, but his nights are tormented by dreams of a gorgeous redhead who's so much a part of him, she seems to be in his blood. When he meets Olivia face-to-face, long-buried memories begin to surface. She might be the answer to his prayers...or she might be the dead of him.
Praise for Untamed:
"Humphreys's spectacular talent is on full display. She writes scenes with such clarity that you will feel as if you are...witnessing all the action and romance firsthand. This series is getting better which each book."—RT Book Reviews, 4 ½ stars
"The characters are well-developed, the twist and turns of the plot are well-crafted, and the situations are alternately funny, action-packed, and sensual."—Fresh Fiction
"An excellent paranormal romance with awesome world building and strong leads."—The Romance Reviews
In this engaging spin-off from the Amoveo shapeshifter series (Undone, etc.), Humphreys explores the vampiric side of her world. Club owner Olivia Hollingsworth has multiple problems landing all at once: her irritating vampire "creator," Vincent, has come to visit for the first time in many years; someone's killing off her patrons; and the cop investigating the murders, Doug Paxton, just happens to be her reincarnated lover, back from the dead after three centuries. As Olivia struggles with her rekindled feelings for Doug who's astonished to learn that the hot babe he sees in his dreams is a real person she also tries to track down the rogue vampire whose bloodsucking indiscretions are jeopardizing everyone's safety. Naturally, nothing goes as expected. Humphreys skillfully blends intrigue and romance, her characters possessing undeniable chemistry on the streets and in bed. Much of the world-building has a familiar ring, but Humphreys makes up for it with some intriguing tweaks to the mythology, a solid storyline, and a satisfying relationship.
I read this quite some time back. It’s really good. There are a lot of different things going on in this story and it’s quite interesting!