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This masked lord... 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 This masked lord... 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.


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This masked lord... 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 This masked lord... 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.

30 review for Unmask Me If You Can

  1. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Rogers

    Series: The Survivors #4 Publication Date: 11/6/18 FINALLY! Jasper’s story! Jasper was interesting and intriguing from the moment I met him in Third Son’s a Charm. I knew he needed a really special heroine and he certainly got her in Olivia. This book is excellently and intelligently written, well-plotted, and it has a lovely romance. The book title is also perfect – and often, that isn’t the case. Jasper Grantham is the youngest son of the Marquess of Strathern. He had joined the military, as was Series: The Survivors #4 Publication Date: 11/6/18 FINALLY! Jasper’s story! Jasper was interesting and intriguing from the moment I met him in Third Son’s a Charm. I knew he needed a really special heroine and he certainly got her in Olivia. This book is excellently and intelligently written, well-plotted, and it has a lovely romance. The book title is also perfect – and often, that isn’t the case. Jasper Grantham is the youngest son of the Marquess of Strathern. He had joined the military, as was expected of younger sons, and he was recruited into what was basically a suicide squad. They took on the missions nobody else could or would and they didn’t expect to survive the war. They started with thirty men and only a handful did actually survive. (Read Third Son’s A Charm for more of the history). Jasper survived but was very badly scarred. He now wears a mask to keep from terrifying the women and children who see him and think him a monster. He’s also filled with guilt because he could not save his friend as he was trying to do when he was injured. Each man in his military unit had a special skill and Jasper’s skill was finding things. It was just something he was born doing. Jasper is the most honorable, patient, considerate, kind and caring hero I’ve read in a while. Olivia Carlisle, daughter of Viscount Richard Carlisle, has been in hiding for five years. She is the kind of heroine I love to read about. So many ‘strong and brave’ heroines are just shrewish and TSTL, but not Olivia. She has managed to survive and provide a home for her and her son. Can you imagine the strength and intelligence it would take for a very young woman, raised in the lap of luxury with everything done for her, to manage to survive on her own and to care for her son with almost no money at all? She learned to cook, clean, sew, grow a garden, care for a horse – you name it. Olivia’s one problem is that she is absolutely terrified of men and with good reason. Jasper was hired by Viscount Carlisle to find his missing daughter because her mother was dying and she wanted to see Olivia before she died. Jasper had traced Olivia to the small village of Penbury on the coast. As he was ascending the steep trail to her remote cottage, he was stabbed and left for dead. It didn’t seem like a random attack, but who could it have been? Olivia’s young son, Richard, comes running up to her shouting “Mama! Mama!” and when Olivia tried to get him inside before the storm started, he said, “But Mama, I found something.” He then held up a man’s boot. Olivia couldn’t imagine where that would have come from – and then Richard told her there had also been a man lying beside the boot. After he convinced her, she went with Richard and saw Jasper. Surely he was dead because there was so very much blood. She managed to summon the courage to get close enough to feel the vein in his neck and found a faint heartbeat. She knew he’d die if she left him here – but she couldn’t – she just couldn’t have him near her. She almost left him, but in the end, her humanity won out and she managed to drag him to her cottage and tend his wounds. So starts a sweet, poignant love story. I loved watching them fall in love. I loved how understanding and patient Jasper was with Olivia’s fears and how quickly he took to Richard. I do have to say, though, that Jasper’s patience began to wear a little thin during the love scenes. I understand Olivia’s issues totally, but when Jasper keeps asking permission, time after time after time during the same scene to do something she’s already given permission for – well – instead of enjoying the read, I was thinking “Good Grief – just get on with it!” You'll notice that I gave the book 5-stars, so obviously, this didn't bother me overly much. You know, early on, who the villain is. There is certainly no effort to make it a secret. He is a villain who acts like a villain and everybody knows it. He makes absolutely no pretense at being other than he is. To me, the even worse villain is the one who enables him. The one who hides behind a curtain of love and care. The main villain got his punishment, probably all that would have been available to dish out during that time, but I wished for more. To this blood-thirsty reviewer, I would have loved it if Jasper and his friends had had the villain kidnapped and shipped off to some Pasha in the East somewhere so that he would become a sex slave. Let the punishment fit the crime! I also wouldn’t have minded if his enabler had gone with him, but – well – I can see why that couldn’t happen. I really loved the book! Jasper got his perfect mate! Way to go! Please check out my reviews at: Blog: https://flippinpages.blog/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/flippinpages... Twitter: https://twitter.com/FlippinPagesRev Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarbBookReview "I requested and received this e-book at no cost to me and volunteered to read it; my review is my honest opinion and given without any influence by the author or publisher."

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sara Reads (mostly) LOTS of Romance

    UGH. THIS BOOK WAS SO. FUCKING. GOOD 5+++++ TRILLION STARS FUCK I FUCKIN LOVE YOU SHANA GALEN MARRY ME God, I feel so fucking GOOD AFTER READING THIS BOOK I HAVE SO MANY FEELINGS I AM AN IMPASSIONED MOTHERFUCKER mostly but also SHANA GALEN ARE YOU READING THIS??? CAN YOU HEAR ME?? I FUCKING LOVE YOU YOU ARE ONE OF MY FAVORITE AUTHORS AND I REALLY WANT TO JUST OWN ALL OF YOUR BOOKS K I SHOULD PROBABLY START MY REVIEW: So, I will not give it away, the blurb does a well enough job. I have been waiting UGH. THIS BOOK WAS SO. FUCKING. GOOD 5+++++ TRILLION STARS FUCK I FUCKIN LOVE YOU SHANA GALEN MARRY ME God, I feel so fucking GOOD AFTER READING THIS BOOK I HAVE SO MANY FEELINGS I AM AN IMPASSIONED MOTHERFUCKER mostly but also SHANA GALEN ARE YOU READING THIS??? CAN YOU HEAR ME?? I FUCKING LOVE YOU YOU ARE ONE OF MY FAVORITE AUTHORS AND I REALLY WANT TO JUST OWN ALL OF YOUR BOOKS K I SHOULD PROBABLY START MY REVIEW: So, I will not give it away, the blurb does a well enough job. I have been waiting for Jasper's book since he was first introduced in the first of the series and SHANA FUCKN GALEN more than SERVED BECAUSE THIS IS MY NEW FAVORITE. SORRY NEIL AND EWEN I LOVE YOU BOTH IN YOUR OWN WAYS BUT JASPER IS. THE. MAN. I STAN JASPER. FUCK YEAH JASPER Anywhoooo, so there are three main characters, the hero: Jasper the motherfuckin MAN, who is a war veteran (part of the Survivors) with war wounds that have left him very insecure and sad, but nonetheless, an amazing man with an amazing career. Enter Olivia: I FUCKING LOVE YOU BITCH YOU ARE LIKE THE GREATEST HEROINE. UGH GOD HER STORY JUST MADE ME Richard! was so so sweet and adorable and his interactions with Jasper were so sweetAGFDFIWHEOFIWEOUGFBWRE I LOVE THIS BOOK SO MUCH GUYS I NEED IT IN MY LIFE. JASPER WAS THE MOST PATIENT, UNDERSTANDING AND STRONGEST HERO EVER. (view spoiler)[ The father made me SO FUCKING ANGRY AND SO MAD AT SOCIETY. Rarely we get a book that actually ends with the heroine "ruined" completely but still happy because fuck society, and this was the MOST PERFECT EVEERRRRRR. FUCK YEAH (hide spoiler)] tHIS Book is so sooo important y'all, especially in this time and day. beautiful. phenomenal. just wow THIS BOOK WAS PERFECT EVERYONE SHOULD READ THIS SERIES I LOVE THIS SERIES EVERY BOOK IN IT IS UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT PLEASE READ THIS AND SUPPORT THIS AUTHOR SHANA GALEN IS A MOTHERFUCKIN KWEEN i really don't wanna spoil anything else so I wont BUT THAT SNEAK PEAK INTO DRAVEN'S BOOK?? Read this series, and DONT FORGET THE FIRST LIL NOVELITA The Kissing of the Shrew TO BE PREPARED FOR THE NEXT BOOK. WHICH BETTER COME OUT SOON JUST READ THIS PEOPLE DO IT PLEASE UGH I LITERALLY MY CHEST IS ABOUT TO BURST WITH MY FEELINGS Edit 10-11-2018 UHSEDUFHWOEUFUAWE I NEEEEDD THIS BOOOOOOKKKK UGH FUCK ALSO THAT WOMAN ON THE COVER IS BEAUTIFUL

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Emro

    Lord Jasper Grantham, the son of the Marquess of Strathern is a member of the Survivors Club known as the Bounty Hunter. Jasper was badly maimed during the war, he wears a mask to hide his external scars, but lives in the shadows to hide his internal ones. Jasper has a knack for finding things and currently his mission is to find Viscount Carlisle's runaway daughter and bring her home. This should be a straightforward mission, he will find her, bring her home to her family and then slink back in Lord Jasper Grantham, the son of the Marquess of Strathern is a member of the Survivors Club known as the Bounty Hunter. Jasper was badly maimed during the war, he wears a mask to hide his external scars, but lives in the shadows to hide his internal ones. Jasper has a knack for finding things and currently his mission is to find Viscount Carlisle's runaway daughter and bring her home. This should be a straightforward mission, he will find her, bring her home to her family and then slink back into the shadows. Olivia Carlisle ran away years ago rather than be forced to marry the man that raped her. She and her young son Richard have been living in seclusion, which is exactly what Olivia wants. But when Richard finds an unconscious man on the path to their cottage, Olivia can't leave him to die. She nurses him back to health and isn't really surprised to learn he has been sent to find her. She is skittish around men and forces herself to be brave while tending Jasper. But Jasper is unlike any man she has ever met and she is shocked to realize she desires him. Slowly they grow close, each sharing more with the other than they have ever shared. Jasper is patient and kind with both Olivia and her son Richard (who is absolutely delightful in this book). He learns the reason she ran away and vows to protect her. Olivia is dismayed to learn her mother is dying, but it isn't until she discovers that Jasper's attack may not have been a random event, that she agrees to return to London. Jasper swears he will keep them safe and will do whatever he can to ensure that the Duke of Withernsea can't harm her or Richard. Slowly, Olivia begins to trust Jasper and finds that she craves his touch, which shocks her, she thought that Withernsea had ruined any possibility of her ever wanting intimacy. They return to London and Olivia is welcomed home with open arms, her father swears he will find a way to break the betrothal with Withernsea and will keep him away from her. Her father sends Jasper away and then keeps them apart, each believing the other has forsaken them. But when Jasper finds a way to see her, they learn the truth, Olivia has been betrayed. But things will get worse before they get better and Jasper will have to come out of the shadows if he wants to keep Olivia in his life. This was an amazing story, Jasper and Olivia are wonderful characters who are both dealing with painful and traumatic pasts, but rather than being a dark, depressing read, this book truly showcases the healing power of love. The book is well written, fast paced and will hold you in thrall from the first page until the final word. There are secrets, lies, betrayal, some shocking twists, a very evil villain, steamy love scenes and several laugh out loud moments thanks to Richard. I loved this book and highly recommend it, while it is the fourth book in the Survivors series, it can easily be read as a stand-alone title with no problem. *I am voluntarily leaving a review for an eARC that was provided to me*

  4. 5 out of 5

    Susan Gorman

    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 betroth 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!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    This is a forth telling in The Survivor series and we finally get Jasper's story. As I read his story I realized that it helped that I've read the previous books in this series. I could understand the story and its origins better. In contrast to the third book, this story's heroine was someone I liked immensely and cared for her plight. She was strong and caring, a perfect match for the hero who was her equal. Their story was touching and compelling. My second favorite in this series, for sure. Mel This is a forth telling in The Survivor series and we finally get Jasper's story. As I read his story I realized that it helped that I've read the previous books in this series. I could understand the story and its origins better. In contrast to the third book, this story's heroine was someone I liked immensely and cared for her plight. She was strong and caring, a perfect match for the hero who was her equal. Their story was touching and compelling. My second favorite in this series, for sure. Melanie for b2b Gift ARC provided by the author

  6. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    Jasper Grantham was one of a group of soldiers that we would call special-ops. He survived the war with France and feels guilty for living when others died. His face is badly scarred, and he hides it by wearing a scarf so not to frighten others. He earns his money as a bounty hunter, finding missing people. His current job is to find Miss Carlisle. The Duke of Withernsea wants her found, but Jasper refuses to work for him for reasons you’ll discover. Her father, Viscount Carlisle, has hired him Jasper Grantham was one of a group of soldiers that we would call special-ops. He survived the war with France and feels guilty for living when others died. His face is badly scarred, and he hides it by wearing a scarf so not to frighten others. He earns his money as a bounty hunter, finding missing people. His current job is to find Miss Carlisle. The Duke of Withernsea wants her found, but Jasper refuses to work for him for reasons you’ll discover. Her father, Viscount Carlisle, has hired him as his wife is very ill and wishes to see her daughter, Olivia, before she dies. Jasper finds her location but is attacked and stabbed on his way to her remote cottage. Olivia is fearful when her son, Richard (5), comes running in with a boot and tells her he found a man. Jasper was unconscious when they arrived. Olivia doesn’t want him in her cabin but can’t leave him to die. With help from their horse, they managed to drag him to their cabin. As he wakens, he realizes he’s burning with fever, can barely speak but he knows her. He knows if he lives, he’ll protect her and her son. Richard wants Jasper to be his father but settles for being friends. She realizes Richard needs more than being hidden away and she misses her parents. They plan to return to London. Returning to London, Olivia discovers her father’s betrayal and other things. Jasper gets the information he needs to help her, and Richard. Of course, it’s a lot more complicated than what I’ve written but I won’t ruin this wonderful story. This is my favorite book of the series, so far. The characters are wonderful, but Richard might steal some scenes. I highly recommend it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kristina Birch

    Another Survivor finds his HEA! This time with a little forced proximity meets road trip romance meets single parent as the backdrop! Jasper has been intriguing to me since he first showed up in Third Sons a Charm and now we get not only his story but that of a woman who bravely faces her past for herself, her son, and other women! Having a seriously scarred hero would be a challenge for most authors but Shana Galen handled the descriptions of Jasper’s physical scars with a frank deliberateness Another Survivor finds his HEA! This time with a little forced proximity meets road trip romance meets single parent as the backdrop! Jasper has been intriguing to me since he first showed up in Third Sons a Charm and now we get not only his story but that of a woman who bravely faces her past for herself, her son, and other women! Having a seriously scarred hero would be a challenge for most authors but Shana Galen handled the descriptions of Jasper’s physical scars with a frank deliberateness that played beautifully against the exploration of the emotional scars of Olivia, while using the frank curiosity of Richard to dig at some deeper issues as well (plus I’m a sucker for a precocious child!) Unmask Me If You Can also as all the trademarks of a perfect Shana Galen Book; fun banter and snappy dialogue with some serious steam and a touch of danger added in....and that Draven moment, whoa boy is his story going to be good stuff!!!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Bunbury

    This was the book I was waiting for and it doesn't disappoint! Jasper is the noble unsung hero whose scars only enhance his appeal and Olivia is the brave heroine that sees beyond them. A wonderful love story, filled with honor, patience, and bravery. I love this couple and all they surmount to get to their HEA. Little Richard is a dear and you'd have to be very hardened not to get teary-eyed when he tries to persuade Jasper to be his father!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kelly The Sassy Book Lover

    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 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.

  10. 5 out of 5

    JoRead

    ~ 4.5 stars ~ At one point in her life, Olivia didn’t have more worries than wear pretty gowns and attend the most fashionable balls. Now? Now she has more pressing, more important things to worry about, mainly her full of life and curious five year old son Richard. Jasper may have looked scary with that mask covering half his face but his considerate and honorable behavior was enough to bring down the walls Olivia had erected around her heart. I have to say that Jasper was not exactly how I ima ~ 4.5 stars ~ At one point in her life, Olivia didn’t have more worries than wear pretty gowns and attend the most fashionable balls. Now? Now she has more pressing, more important things to worry about, mainly her full of life and curious five year old son Richard. Jasper may have looked scary with that mask covering half his face but his considerate and honorable behavior was enough to bring down the walls Olivia had erected around her heart. I have to say that Jasper was not exactly how I imagined him, he was way better! I loved the way he patiently let Olivia trust him with her body and hers and her child’s life. He knew the ordeals she had gone through and so he painstakingly let her take the lead when it came to the intimate moments. That’s basically what I love the most about Jasper. Even though he was reluctant to let her love him at first, once he understood her needs he was more than willing to accommodate her, and not just because of his desire for her, but because he understood her and wanted to give her what she needed. If that’s not love then I may be reading the wrong books. He truly was the perfect lover for Olivia. Olivia, although not the smartest of women in my opinion, was resourceful and level-headed. Perhaps at times she didn’t make the right decisions and trusted the wrong people but she always considered all of her options. It made me really upset how the scheming of others affected Jasper, Olivia, and of course little Richard. That poor child had been so happy for the first five years of his life and all of a sudden his life turned upside down. The villains deserved so much worse than what they got but at least they got some kind of punishment. To top it all off, we get a little glimpse at the life of Lieutenant-Colonel Benedict Draven! Just as the men he leads, he may appear as a brooding man but if my hunch is correct, just like the other men in his troop, that is just a façade to keep all the feelings from pouring out. In all honesty, I cannot have enough of these men and I cannot wait to read the rest of their stories. *I requested and received this book at no cost to me and I volunteered to read it; this is my honest opinion and given without any influence by the author or publisher*

  11. 4 out of 5

    Monique

    Olivia Carlisle had run away from her home in London five years ago. She had thought she and her five year-old son Richard were relatively safe on the southern coast of England, until Richard found an injured man on the shore. Jasper Grantham had been looking for Olivia because her deathly ill mother wanted to see her daughter one more time. Jasper is not sure what to think: was he stabbed by Olivia’s enemy or was it coincidence? Finally, Jasper’s story! I had been waiting so long for this book, Olivia Carlisle had run away from her home in London five years ago. She had thought she and her five year-old son Richard were relatively safe on the southern coast of England, until Richard found an injured man on the shore. Jasper Grantham had been looking for Olivia because her deathly ill mother wanted to see her daughter one more time. Jasper is not sure what to think: was he stabbed by Olivia’s enemy or was it coincidence? Finally, Jasper’s story! I had been waiting so long for this book, and Jasper does not disappoint! He is caring, protective, loyal, but still doubts that a woman could love his scarred face. Olivia, fearful of all men, sees the goodness in him, and for the first time in ages, begins to see hope that some happiness might at last trickle her way. Olivia is very resourceful, has managed very well on her own, and she will fight even if she is scared, but I felt she misunderstood the impact of her decision to go back to London, and I wondered why she still trusted people who had not seem to have her best interests at heart even before she fled. UNMASK ME IF YOU CAN is a beautiful romance, with some action – albeit more subdued than I expected. The steamy episodes are lovely, however I thought they happened at awkward moments, when I personally would not have had a single thought of sexual nature; I guess it’s a matter of perspective. This is not part of my rating, but I struggled with the Duke of Withernsea’s name: I kept reading Wintersea! Anyway, all the characters are carefully crafted, and although I had a pretty good idea of what would happen when Olivia reached London, we saw a bit of Jasper’s “working environment”, a better understanding of his way of doing things, and I think a glimpse of what to expect in future instalments: a mystery woman, and a handsome blond man … I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Niki

    I loved this one! Do yourself a favor and grab it! Just make sure you have some reading time blocked out because you won't be able to put it down once you've started. I've read all the books in the series thus far and this one is now my favorite. I'm a sucked for a good tortured/scarred hero and Ms. Galen sure knows how to write one. Jasper has been skulking around the shadows of previous books and it was great to see him step into the light and have his story told this time. I already can't wai I loved this one! Do yourself a favor and grab it! Just make sure you have some reading time blocked out because you won't be able to put it down once you've started. I've read all the books in the series thus far and this one is now my favorite. I'm a sucked for a good tortured/scarred hero and Ms. Galen sure knows how to write one. Jasper has been skulking around the shadows of previous books and it was great to see him step into the light and have his story told this time. I already can't wait for Draven's story and those of the rest of the Survivors. I'm sad there are only twelve of them. Although Lord Jasper Grantham is the son of a marquess, he takes work as a bounty hunter and has a reputation for his skills at finding people, objects, information, what have you. Wounded and badly burned in the Napoleonic Wars, he wears a mask to cover his badly scarred face and avoid the horrified gasps and stares of those who are frightened by the sight of him. Whilst searching for the daughter of a viscount in a small village in the south of England, Jasper is attacked, stabbed and left unconscious to die. He is discovered by Richard, a young boy, who brings his mother, Olivia, to help. Olivia, who is deathly afraid of men, sets out to defend her cottage and ensure her son's safety. She would rather the man just be dead so she can go about her business and forget him, but his weak pulse is undeniably still present and she finds herself unable to leave him to die. When he regains consciousness, Jasper recognizes Olivia as Miss Carlisle, the woman he was seeking in the first place, one he knew in society before the war. Olivia nurses him back to health and slowly begins to trust him not to harm her. It becomes apparent that Olivia is no longer safe in her cottage and she's grown tired of hiding anyway so she agrees to journey with Jasper to her parents in London. Along the way the two acknowledge that they care for one another, but neither is exactly suitable for marriage and they know they must part once Olivia is settled with her parents. Faced with the influences and machinations of others, Olivia and Jasper must decide what is worth fighting for and begin to overcome their fears and heal together if they are to ever have a future and overcome the manipulations of those who are determined to keep them apart. Jasper was fabulous and everything you could want in a tortured hero: vulnerable and haunted, but patient, gentle and kind. Olivia was a very independent woman, but without that nagging, annoying air the typical "independent, strong woman" is written with, therefore you just like her and root for her without being annoyed by her. You can really feel her emotions and Jasper's and their growth as a couple and as individuals made this a superb read. I received an ARC from the author in exchange for a review. Thank you!! All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    Jasper Grantham is the youngest son of the Marquess of Strathern who suffered horrible facial 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 Viscountess Carlisle 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 whe Jasper Grantham is the youngest son of the Marquess of Strathern who suffered horrible facial 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 Viscountess Carlisle 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. Living in a remote cottage on a cliff top Olivia Carlisle & her five-year-old son Richard are safe from the man who raped her. 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 has appeared in the earlier books in the series, a shadowy figure who was there when help was needed & I’d been waiting for his story & it certainly didn’t disappoint. A lovely story of two injured people finding each other & themselves. It's another very well written page turning novel with characters who have plenty of depth. Richard is a joy & his incessant questions bring a light heartedness to the book. Both Jasper & Olivia are damaged in different ways. It’s the gradual trust building & learning to be at ease with each other that’s the highlight of the book. Jasper is so caring & gentle although his repeated asking for permission whilst in the bedroom did grate a little, whilst one part of me was screaming she’s said yes, get on with it, another part understood how he wanted to ‘get it right’. I would have loved for the two villains, yes I really felt there were two & to my mind the worse one wasn’t the perpetrator, to have suffered far more. I'm loving this series & look forward to the other Survivors having their stories

  14. 5 out of 5

    Glittergirl

    I think Jasper, The Bounty Hunter of Draven's suicide troup, is my favorite hero so far. He doesn't see himself as a hero but his face is badly scarred from failing to save one of this troup brothers pinned down in a burning house. All of the survivors of Draven's hand picked "black ops" troup are scarred by the war, each differently. Jasper Grantham is the younger son of the Marquess of Starthern who has a knack of finding things. He has since he was a child. Draven used his gift in the war and I think Jasper, The Bounty Hunter of Draven's suicide troup, is my favorite hero so far. He doesn't see himself as a hero but his face is badly scarred from failing to save one of this troup brothers pinned down in a burning house. All of the survivors of Draven's hand picked "black ops" troup are scarred by the war, each differently. Jasper Grantham is the younger son of the Marquess of Starthern who has a knack of finding things. He has since he was a child. Draven used his gift in the war and now he hires himself out to find whatever anyone will pay him to find. Olivia Carlisle is the only child of a Viscount who found herself betrothed to the Duke of Withernsea, a man of violent vices. When he rapes her she runs when her father won't cancel the betrothal contract. She's hidden herself away in a cottage on a remote hill overlooking the sea. As Jasper climbs the only path to find her he's attacked and gravely wounded. Olivia's 5 year old son finds him and Olivia nurses him back from death's door. As he recovers, Jasper gains respect and love for this strong, brave survivor. This debutante has managed to forge a thriving independent life. When it becomes apparent someone followed him to her and it's no longer safe to stay she decides to face and condemn the Duke in front of the Ton. Shana crafts a rich tale of how they manage to trap the Duke into confessing what he did in front of the Prince Regent and guests at a ball. Thank you Shana for the privilege of ARC reviewing this story for you. I eagerly look forward to the next adventure.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Hutson

    The Survivors series is one inspirational story after another. Jasper has survived a horrendous burn. He thinks he is so deformed that he must hide his face. It takes love to teach him otherwise. The spirit and acceptance of a child helps Jasper to see that he is not hideous. Olivia is a strong determined woman. She doesn't need a man. But she is shocked to realize she wants one. This one. Can they both let down their guards to allow love to grow roots?

  16. 4 out of 5

    Hasnamezied

    4.5 Wonderful Stars. What a great lovely book that this one is. I could not put it down. Thanks Shana Galen for this great book.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    I have been looking forward to Jasper’s story since reading the first book of this series and Shana Galen did not disappoint! I love how Olivia and Jasper’s back stories are just as serious as each other. Jasper might have serious external pain but Olivia’s pain is internal and just as serious if not more and is handled delicately and expertly. Through empathy, understanding and recognizing/admiring each other’s strengths they fall in love. The plot had me interested right to the end. I really w I have been looking forward to Jasper’s story since reading the first book of this series and Shana Galen did not disappoint! I love how Olivia and Jasper’s back stories are just as serious as each other. Jasper might have serious external pain but Olivia’s pain is internal and just as serious if not more and is handled delicately and expertly. Through empathy, understanding and recognizing/admiring each other’s strengths they fall in love. The plot had me interested right to the end. I really wasn’t sure how everything was going to be resolved but I loved Galen’s ending. Her signature plot twists and turns are there and I enjoyed every one of them! I highly recommend not just this book but the entire Survivor’s series.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Molly

    This book was amazing. This book is about Lord Jasper, who suffered horrible burns fighting in the Wars. He wears a mask to hide his scares, he is considered a bounty hunter. A women who is dying wants him to find her daughter. Olivia Carlisle has a son and he found a man. She wants to leave him, but her son gets her to take care of the man. This was a great story and I really enjoyed it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    I’ve enjoyed all of The Survivors books so far and this latest one really tugged at my heartstrings. Olivia Carlisle ran away from home to live alone in a remote cottage with her young son and avoids people, especially men. When little Richard finds Lord Jasper Grantham, the younger son of the Marquess of Strathern, lying injured from a knife wound, Olivia doesn’t want anything to do with him but can’t leave him to die. As she nurses him back to health, she begins to trust him little by little. I’ve enjoyed all of The Survivors books so far and this latest one really tugged at my heartstrings. Olivia Carlisle ran away from home to live alone in a remote cottage with her young son and avoids people, especially men. When little Richard finds Lord Jasper Grantham, the younger son of the Marquess of Strathern, lying injured from a knife wound, Olivia doesn’t want anything to do with him but can’t leave him to die. As she nurses him back to health, she begins to trust him little by little. Jasper was horribly burned during the war and wears a mask to hide his scars, which he refuses to remove. He tells Olivia that he was looking for her because her mother is dying and her father hired him to find her. It will take all of her courage to return home, but with Jasper by her side, she might be able to do it. Jasper has begun to trust as well, and he’ll do anything to protect the two people that have become so important to him. I really felt for Olivia, she went through a lot and deserved some happiness. Jasper might have been scarred, but he was a good man who still had a lot to give to the right woman, if she could look past his scars, which was never a problem for Olivia. There is plenty of danger for both of them, as well as deceit and betrayal, but together they will get through it all - they are perfect for each other.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Barb

    Jasper was youngest son of a duke. He knew the life service was his only way to make it in world. During his time in the sevice Jasper was part of survivor group during Napolitan war. He willing sacrifice his life to stop the enemy even going over the enemy lines to help the British forces. During one mission a fellow survivor was left in a building under gunfire. Jasper went to help save his fellow brother in arms running into a burning building. During rescue Jasper was trapped and hit by burnin Jasper was youngest son of a duke. He knew the life service was his only way to make it in world. During his time in the sevice Jasper was part of survivor group during Napolitan war. He willing sacrifice his life to stop the enemy even going over the enemy lines to help the British forces. During one mission a fellow survivor was left in a building under gunfire. Jasper went to help save his fellow brother in arms running into a burning building. During rescue Jasper was trapped and hit by burning debris in head. He was dragged out just in time befire the building collapse. Severely wounded he was sent home to recover. His face and neck were severly burn. His injuries changed Jasper. He lived to wear a mask to protect himself from the way other people saw him. Using his dislike of public life and the beau monde he sent out to become a bounty hunter who was able to find the impossible. When someone was hard to locate Jasper was sent to fond them. Jasper got an assignment to find out if a woman who disappeared 5 years earlier was really died or hiding. He set off to find the woman only to be attacked and left for died. In the 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. Olivia nursed Jasper back to health and tried to keep her secrets at bay. Slowly Jasper was able to get Olivia to trust him. Both Jasper and Olivia had to deal with the demons of pass to find happiness they both desperately wanted.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Carol Bisig

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I love the Survivor's Series; this too is a Must Read by Shana Galen! Lord Jasper is a younger son of a Duke; this incredibly handsome man was wounded severely trying to save a friend, during the Napoleonic Wars. He wears a mask at all times; women are afraid of him, they scream or faint; yet, this man is a hero of his Country, that is how Olivia sees him. A handsome hero, who has come to take her home, to her dying Mother. Lord Jasper is a bounty hunter; he is knifed on his way to find Olivia. I love the Survivor's Series; this too is a Must Read by Shana Galen! Lord Jasper is a younger son of a Duke; this incredibly handsome man was wounded severely trying to save a friend, during the Napoleonic Wars. He wears a mask at all times; women are afraid of him, they scream or faint; yet, this man is a hero of his Country, that is how Olivia sees him. A handsome hero, who has come to take her home, to her dying Mother. Lord Jasper is a bounty hunter; he is knifed on his way to find Olivia. Richard, Olivia's five-year-old son, finds Jasper hurt, not far from their Cottage. Olivia is terrified of men, now she not only has to tend to this mans wounds, but she also catches sight of him naked! I loved this book! In places it makes you laugh, in others, it makes you cry! Another well-written story by Shana! I highly recommend! Thank you! Enjoy! Carolintallahassee

  22. 5 out of 5

    Beryl

    Another fantastic page-turner from this consistently excellent author! This time her hero has been physically deformed in an act of heroism that didn't succeed, and so is left with not just survivor's guilt but a conviction that he's so ugly no-one could possibly love him again - or even look at him without being repulsed. As a result he travels an extraordinarily long road between the first and last pages of this book and there are a number of tearjerker sections as well as the sexy, sweet, rom Another fantastic page-turner from this consistently excellent author! This time her hero has been physically deformed in an act of heroism that didn't succeed, and so is left with not just survivor's guilt but a conviction that he's so ugly no-one could possibly love him again - or even look at him without being repulsed. As a result he travels an extraordinarily long road between the first and last pages of this book and there are a number of tearjerker sections as well as the sexy, sweet, romantic and funny ones that we've come to expect from a Galen regency romance. If you liked her earlier books (or any well-written regency romances with a bit more to the story than just the romance) then you'll certainly like this one.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    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.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Norma

    Couldn't wait for Jasper's story and it did not disappoint. Loved this book!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Annette

    Olivia lives in an isolated cottage with her 5 year old son, Richard. When Richard finds a man near death on the path to home, Olivia must find a way to get him up the hill and into her home. When Jasper awakens, he finds that he has been saved by a wonderful woman and a fun loving little boy. Jasper covers half his face because of burn scars. He has survived a war but living in society seems to be something for which he is not equipped. Now Jasper must recover from an attempt on his life which le Olivia lives in an isolated cottage with her 5 year old son, Richard. When Richard finds a man near death on the path to home, Olivia must find a way to get him up the hill and into her home. When Jasper awakens, he finds that he has been saved by a wonderful woman and a fun loving little boy. Jasper covers half his face because of burn scars. He has survived a war but living in society seems to be something for which he is not equipped. Now Jasper must recover from an attempt on his life which left him with loss of blood from a knife wound. Jasper has found the woman he was seeking. Jasper is a bounty hunter, and Olivia has been his quarry. Her mother is near death and her father has sent Jasper to find her after an absence of 5 years and bring her home. But, nothing is exactly as it seems. Olivia is a powerful young woman. She has lived her life alone and raised her son to be a fine human being. She has survived by working very hard as well as being clever. Being in a small village and living in isolation has helped her heal from the assault in her past. Almost as disheartening as the assault itself is the abandonment by her parents. Jasper lived a life of privilege until he went into the military. Then he became part of the Survivors. All of them are younger sons who are not heirs. All of them felt that they had nothing to lose if they die, so no assignment was considered too dangerous Jasper's severe burn is a result of his attempt to save the life of one of his comrades. He has never forgiven himself for not being able to complete the rescue. Olivia and Jasper are a very good couple together. But, the best part of this couple, is a third party, Richard. He is smart and curious and funny and loving. Olivia has raised a boy with an open heart, an inquisitive mind and a wonderful intelligence. This is not a simple romantic story. Both Olivia and Jasper must overcome their pasts. Learning to trust and see the world with a new vision is a difficult job. They share their thoughts, their humor and slowly they share their pasts. They just naturally pulled this reader into wanting the very best for them. There is a villain in the story. In fact there are two and neither of them have the integrity of a snake. I am a fan of Ms Galen's writing. She creates characters who are warm human beings. This is part of a series, but it is easy for a reader to follow along and be comfortable as the plot unfolds. This is a wonderful chapter in the story of the Survivors. If you are unable to begin with the first story, then by all means, find true love with Olivia, Jasper and Richard.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Abigail

    I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This is the fourth book in the Survivor’s series and one book I have been looking forward to reading. Unmask Me If You Can is Jasper Grantham’s story. We have met Jasper in the previous Survivor books and I believe I speak for many when I say the curiosity surrounding him made many readers look forward to his story finally unfolding on the pages of a book, as well as offering him a chance at true love. In the previous book, Lord Jasper, the youn I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This is the fourth book in the Survivor’s series and one book I have been looking forward to reading. Unmask Me If You Can is Jasper Grantham’s story. We have met Jasper in the previous Survivor books and I believe I speak for many when I say the curiosity surrounding him made many readers look forward to his story finally unfolding on the pages of a book, as well as offering him a chance at true love. In the previous book, Lord Jasper, the youngest son of the Marquess of Strathern, is often described as wearing a mask to cover the scars he received during the Napoleonic Wars. However, while those are the most visible, they are not the only scars Jasper has. Whereas the years before the wars were somewhat carefree, with him having the world at his feet, Jasper returned from war bearing a lot of guilt following the death of a comrade. Since he adapted to live in the shadows, he became a bounty hunter – one of the best in London. Due to his profession, Jasper found himself in Penbury, tracking down Olivia Carlisle, the runaway daughter of a Viscount to return her back to her family and ailing mother. Little did he expect this job would change his life! Some distance away from his target, he is accosted and left for dead, to be found by none other than Olivia’s young son. After much debate, Olivia gives him shelter and saves his life, despite having secrets and fears of her own. With time, the Beauty and the “Beast” realize that they both have been wearing masks of some type. Will they manage to overcome the obstacles thrown in their rocky path? Ms. Galen manages to snare the readers interest right from the first chapter and to be honest, it becomes quite impossible to put it down. Also, I secretly give the author a few extra points for giving us a truly remarkable and strong heroine who despite her fears and against all odds, persevered to bring a truth to light which indeed besmirched her character.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Pj Ausdenmore

    I've enjoyed all of the books in Galen's The Survivors series but Jasper and Olivia's story is my favorite. They both carry deep emotional trauma that has led them to hide from others. For Olivia, it meant running away from everything and everyone she knew while Jasper hides his burns beneath a silk mask and his emotional vulnerability even deeper. I liked that the first half of the book takes place in Olivia's secluded cliff-side cottage with the only human interaction between Jasper, Olivia, a I've enjoyed all of the books in Galen's The Survivors series but Jasper and Olivia's story is my favorite. They both carry deep emotional trauma that has led them to hide from others. For Olivia, it meant running away from everything and everyone she knew while Jasper hides his burns beneath a silk mask and his emotional vulnerability even deeper. I liked that the first half of the book takes place in Olivia's secluded cliff-side cottage with the only human interaction between Jasper, Olivia, and her five-year-old son, Richard. It gives this wary couple the necessary time and seclusion to let down their guards enough to become friends, and possibly more, before they have to face the challenges that await in London. I admired Olivia's strength, the tough decisions she made to protect her son and herself, her determination to take back control of her life once the decision to finally confront her attacker is made, and to fight for both happiness and love. I appreciated Jasper's patience and care in light of Olivia's fears, his gentleness with both her and Richard, and his determination to protect them at any cost to himself. These three belong together and I was cheering them on the entire way. Speaking of Richard, I love that kid! He's an energetic, inquisitive, scene-stealing, heart-grabbing sweetheart. Many of his scenes are infused with humor (he is a five-year-old boy, after all) but there are some between Richard and Jasper that are so tender and poignant I was almost brought to tears. Theirs is a love story of a different kind and it captured my heart just as surely as the love between Jasper and Olivia. There are nine more books planned for Shana Galen's The Survivors series. Based on the quality of the first four, I need to make more room on my keeper shelves! 4.5 stars

  28. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of this book from the author at a literacy fundraiser. I have read all the books in this series, and, while this was not my favorite, I still loved it! The book I read prior to this one was Kelly Bowen's "Last Night with the Earl" and so I couldn't help making comparisons between the two books. Both have Napoleonic War heroes that have faces scarred in the war, and both have strong heroines that have to overcome traumatic past experiences. I was a little worr I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of this book from the author at a literacy fundraiser. I have read all the books in this series, and, while this was not my favorite, I still loved it! The book I read prior to this one was Kelly Bowen's "Last Night with the Earl" and so I couldn't help making comparisons between the two books. Both have Napoleonic War heroes that have faces scarred in the war, and both have strong heroines that have to overcome traumatic past experiences. I was a little worried that having read both in close proximity would diminish my experience in reading "Unmask Me if You Can," but it really did not. "Unmask Me" is no simple steamy romance. Don't get me wrong. There is chemistry between the two main characters, but it is really the sweetness and patience that Jasper displays in his relationship to Olivia that make this a remarkable story. I love stories where characters heal each other by exhibiting caring, kindness, love, and patience. I prefer these over those that use angst and misunderstandings to propel the plot. "Unmask Me If You Can" is an example of what real love looks like.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Maria Christine

    Wow! This book is vastly different from Rafe's book. I was disappointed because I love Rafe, but his book just fell flat and the heroine seems to be all wrong for him. Now, Jasper the Bounty Hunter is something else and this book brought his character to light. It was kind of slow at the beginning but I was hooked. I liked that the heroine can pull her own weight in this story and is not whinny or nagging. I liked that Shana made Jasper vulnerable with his own fears and insecurities. The character Wow! This book is vastly different from Rafe's book. I was disappointed because I love Rafe, but his book just fell flat and the heroine seems to be all wrong for him. Now, Jasper the Bounty Hunter is something else and this book brought his character to light. It was kind of slow at the beginning but I was hooked. I liked that the heroine can pull her own weight in this story and is not whinny or nagging. I liked that Shana made Jasper vulnerable with his own fears and insecurities. The characters balance each other out. Olivia is something else. She's strong and it is amazing that the kind of mentality that is somehow rampant during this time period is something that is still rampant today. What happened to her was disgusting but she had enough backbone to weather it through and stand up on her own. I like strong female characters and vulnerable heroes, it makes the story interesting. And then, there's Col. Draven and the sudden appearance of his wife. Color me intrigued. I need his story like ASAP.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Suzette

    It almost broke my heart when Richard asked Jasper if he could be his Dad because he didn’t have one. Shana Galen writes books that goes straight to the heart. The Survivors series is especially precious to me for personal reasons. Olivia and Jasper are survivors of different kinds of wars. She has an outward scar, Richard, and inner scars which are emotional. Jasper bears the physical scars on his face and also emotional scars. Together they form a bond and begin to heal together. They first ha It almost broke my heart when Richard asked Jasper if he could be his Dad because he didn’t have one. Shana Galen writes books that goes straight to the heart. The Survivors series is especially precious to me for personal reasons. Olivia and Jasper are survivors of different kinds of wars. She has an outward scar, Richard, and inner scars which are emotional. Jasper bears the physical scars on his face and also emotional scars. Together they form a bond and begin to heal together. They first have to overcome all the obstacles and outside manipulations that are taking place to try to keep them apart. I love that Olivia and Jasper are able to lean on the other Survivors and find the inner strength to bare their scars to the public and claim their joy. Richard gets his Dad and they make a beautiful family. I can’t wait to read Draven’s story, next, I hope.

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