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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Holy. Crap. This book. One thing about Shay Savage is you’re guaranteed to get a story unlike anything you’ve ever read before. Outnumbered is a flawlessly written, completely unique, mind blowing story. I was completely captivated right from the prologue and spent hours not moving just stuck completely sucked into this unputdownable read.
There is SO MUCH to these characters, yet I don’t want to describe them too much. Part of what makes this book so incredible is the slow process of peeling back the layers to finally discover who they really are. There were so many layers, new discoveries that had me gasping. I spent so much time trying to figure things out only to be blown away when the answers were finally revealed.
Love, loss, grief, suspense, mystery, and of course some nice heat all combine to create an amazing book in Outnumbered.
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!