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Specimen by [Savage, Shay]
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4.6 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3540 KB
  • Print Length: 335 pages
  • Publisher: Shay Savage, LLC (24 Feb. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01BFZXUWS
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #189,003 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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As ever, Ms Savage grabs the reader's interest right from the start and maintains the tension right through to the deliberately ambiguous ending. A clever little dystopian sci-fi thriller with a twist. Despite the occasional plot hole I have to admit I couldn't put it down - a real page-turner. My only very minor gripe is that the rather frequent sex scenes became a bit of a distraction from the main story. Otherwise, it was a satisfying read.
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Once again Ms. Savage has written a story that is a little different. Okay it has the love and the passion,but do the characters know what's really real. The ending starts right back at the begining. At least Riley and Sten/Galen are alive and together. What does the future hold for them?
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5 - "What do you remember?" Stars!

Shay Savage has mad skills when it comes to planting the seeds of romance in a totally inhospitable environments, and then nurturing them into absolutely outstanding love stories. Specimen is all that and more, and like so many of her previous books, is a story that you probably aren’t going to read the likes of again.

I think the synopsis gives you enough of a clue as to the basis of the relationship between Sten and Riley, and how it was initially formed, but the speed of the development of that relationship, coupled with Sten’s recollection past memories really gave their time together a kind of double-edge. Sten in knowing that not everything (in fact pretty much all of it) was as it seemed, and the internal conflict that was bought about because of it.

The desire to please her is a strong one.

The unknown factor in that he is unsure as to whether Riley has knowledge of the full picture, and as the plot progresses who he can actually trust.

"I thought you were hurt… I thought I might fail."

This is one of those books you start with high expectations, its Shay Savage right! The woman doesn’t do average, but once again they were exceeded for me. As I said it seems the more extreme the circumstances between the couple in question, the more she seems to pull it out of the bag for them.

The scenario that they find themselves in, the course the plot takes as they both begin to realize that the truth may not be what they were lead to believe, and the resolution are all extremely well crafted, and explored.
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This has all the hallmarks of a boardroom bloodbath!
The Mills Conglomerate have managed to get their project off the ground and now Project Mindstorm is up and running, all we can ask is...Is the end result going to be worth the pain and hostility that is being waged! Because make no mistake, this is war, and Sten is caught up in the middle of it all.
I felt for him, he hadn’t a clue who the heck he was, never mind what was going on.
His pacifier, the balm to his rage was Riley Grace, she was the only thing that soothed his soul and i ws thankful that he had her, she was his godsend because not only was he easily riled, but when his power was unleashed, it was absolutely boundless!
He really possessed a strength that was beyond imagination.
But was everything as it seemed or were his emotions being as chemically warped as his physicality? The experiments were relentless but the results who knows where they were leading.
This was nothing like I had expected, it was more detailed and more exacting than I could have possibly ever got my head around.
Sten was an amazing character and it was impossible for me not fall hopelessly in love with him. He had a mask of mystery that intrigued me. And as for Riley, well I couldn’t have picked a better partner for him, she was everything that he wasn’t and that meant that together they made the perfect combination.
I liked the fact that their relationship made me want more for them, made me care and had me rooting for them all the way, despite the angst that the situation heaped upon them.
This is one of my favourite Shay Savage books, and I say that because it was unique, it isn’t trying to compete in a field that is loaded with similar storylines, this one stands head and shoulders above the rest.
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