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    4.5-5 Stars!!!

    4.5-5 Stars!! This book is great! It’s the 4th book in the series but can be read as a standalone. I’ve read the 1st book in the series ‘Third Son’s a Charm’ but missed the next 2 books & it was still great! I have a lot of scars myself, so I kind of understand what it’s like, even though most of my scars are under my clothes. Reading this book, you can’t help but feel for the characters & everything that they have been through, it doesn’t matter that they are fictional. It really is a great read & I enjoyed reading it! It must have really sucked to be a woman back in this time! I can’t help but be angry at how women were treated back than! I loved both of the main characters, Jasper & Olivia-they were perfect for each other! They were strong, independent & had to overcome a lot in life. Although they are works of fiction, they are very inspirational! I definitely recommend this book as I truly enjoyed reading it! *I received this book to read & review at no charge & I gave my honest opinion.*
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    Five star Read

    Unmask Me If You Can is my favorite book in Shana Galen’s Survivor series. It’s an emotional story filled with fabulously written characters, great dialogue, romance and intrigue. Jasper Grantham was a member of Draven’s dozen, an elite group of men who fought in the Peninsular War. Draven’s troop was given the most dangerous assignments. Jasper was badly burned when he ran back into a burning building to save a member of his troop. He wears a mask to cover the burns. Olivia Carlisle was betrothed to the powerful, violent Duke of Withernsea. Olivia disappeared from her home and society before they were married. Lord Carlisle has hired Jasper to find Olivia because her mother is dying. Olivia’s son finds an injured Jasper on the path leading to their remote cottage. The couple forms a tenuous bond during a three- day rainstorm. They are attracted to each other but each has a lot of issues to overcome. Shana Galen made an excellent plot choice when she compared Jasper’s visible wounds versus Olivia’s emotional wounds throughout the novel. This decision drew me into the characters and their story and made for an excellent read. The romance between Jasper and Olivia is fabulously written. Loved that Jasper understood that he could be loved for himself; a loyal, brave loving man. He realizes that his scars don’t define him. They are invisible to those who love him. Olivia learns to trust Jasper and is able to overcome her own fears. Loved the honest dialogue between the couple. Olivia is a survivor but, she falls back into the complacent daughter role when she returns home until Withersea shows his true colors. The last few chapters are suspenseful and kept me guessing. Loved the intrigue threaded throughout the novel and the unmasking of the villains in the story. Unmask Me If You Can has all the feels—great characters, sizzling romance and suspenseful plot. And the teaser about Draven was perfectly executed—I can’t wait for the next book in Shana Galen’s Survivor Series!
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    I love Olivia! Strong heroines are the best!

    I love Olivia! Strong heroines are the best! Both the hero and heroine have fears to face and risks to take and Shana Galen tells the story perfectly. I was drawn into their story and was rooting for a good outcome. There were definitely some tense moments! I look forward to reading about the other Survivors as the series continues
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    an amazing story and couple

    I knew the first time Jasper appeared in Third Son’s a Charm that his story would not disappoint. Jasper and Olivia are two people that have something horrible in their pasts that they need to overcome. Their passion and understanding of each other is rare and perfect. It was amazing how easily they seemed to click and light a spark between them. The whole time they were together in that cottage was like a fairytale. When they got to London it was another creature. Certain peoples lies and plans were at work to keep them apart. I was holding my breath at so many points with kidnappings, schemes, and the prince regent. I may have cheered at the end. Olivia is one of my favorite heroines. She is extremely strong to spend all that time on the run and to go back to London to take on the man that mad her run. I loved seeing her learn to trust again and become braver and stronger. She had no problems standing up to anyone and didn’t think twice about doing what she needed to do. She was like a new woman in that ballroom when she said no and realized she loved Jasper. Jasper is also a favorite hero on mine. He knew he right away he would not take her back and that he would protect her no matter what. He pulled at my heart every time he was alone with Richard. When he took off his mask and learned that it was not as bad as he thought I wanted to cheer. He realized that he was a hero and deserved to be loved and to stop hiding. I did not expect the part with the friend being married or what happened there. Hope he also gets a happy ending. This story could be triggering to some as the topics of fires and rape play a big part in it. There is nothing graphic and they are handled tastefully and perfectly in my opinion. Both topics are in the past. Copy provided for an honest and voluntary review
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    Another wonderful story...

    Another wonderful story in the Survivors series. This is Jasper’s story (the Bounty Hunter), who can find anything/anyone yet hides his disfigured face behind a mask because of the guilt and responsibility he feels for the death of a friend. In a similar vein, Olivia has disappeared and hidden away for five years with her small son over the humiliation and fear from a rape. These two characters learn to trust again and help each other heal by seeing past the brave facades and addressing the vulnerabilities beneath. I especially liked that Galen began their story in seclusion (just Jasper, Olivia and her son Richard), giving them (and the reader) no other distractions but to focus on each other. As they begin to know and trust each other in isolation, they are then re-integrated back into the ton’s social scene to navigate more obstacles as a team (along with some of Jasper’s troop friends). My favorite parts of the story were in the first half of the book, but it was well-written throughout, with Olivia’s empowering moment of confronting her rapist toward the end being a stand-out as well. Nicely done.
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