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Once upon a time, you fell in love with a caveman. His needs were basic, his ambitions primal, his love fierce. Now, fall in love with Ehd all over again…through Beh’s eyes. Luffs—Shay Savage’s holiday gift to Transcendence fans everywhere! Coming November 20th!


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Once upon a time, you fell in love with a caveman. His needs were basic, his ambitions primal, his love fierce. Now, fall in love with Ehd all over again…through Beh’s eyes. Luffs—Shay Savage’s holiday gift to Transcendence fans everywhere! Coming November 20th!

30 review for Luffs

  1. 4 out of 5

    KAS

    I have fallen completely in luff with Ehd all over again!! And oh my gosh, those nose rubs ;) We get Beh’s POV this go around, more like bits and pieces of the full storyline, and I couldn’t help but smile from beginning to end. Now, I long to go back and re-read one of my all time favorite romances, “Transcendence,” and bask in their unique and splendid love story. Note: I cannot recommend or encourage you enough to first read “Transcendence” to get the full benefits of this short novella. Fo I have fallen completely in luff with Ehd all over again!! And oh my gosh, those nose rubs ;) We get Beh’s POV this go around, more like bits and pieces of the full storyline, and I couldn’t help but smile from beginning to end. Now, I long to go back and re-read one of my all time favorite romances, “Transcendence,” and bask in their unique and splendid love story. Note: I cannot recommend or encourage you enough to first read “Transcendence” to get the full benefits of this short novella. For me, book one was a magical experience! Sure wish this novella was much longer though.

  2. 5 out of 5

    KAT ♕ Kitty Kats Crazy About Books ♕

    As soon as I found out that Shay Savage was releasing this I was stalking its ass off waiting for release day..Transcendence was one of my most favourite books of all time..Even this cover brings all the feels!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chitra *CJ*

    STOP IT OMG I CANT EVEN MY FAVORITE BOOK HAS A SEQUEL FINALLY AAAAA I LOVE THIS SOOO MUCH ALREADY DYINGGGGG #biased

  4. 5 out of 5

    JewelsyGoolsy

    5 stars for Ehd only. It was so great to revisit Beh and Ehd’s story. I finally got some old questions answered. I wanted to drop some stars because this book was so short and the time jumps and hurried scenes felt more like a recapped overview but.... it’s Ehd... and I loved him all over again, so I’m giving this 5 stars, purely for Ehd and nostalgia.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Betul

    Luffs is a beautiful addition to Transcendence which I really loved. It was nice to read about Ehd and Beh again through Beh's eyes. I think this novella is a great gift to fans of Transcendence. I have to admit that a couple of scenes brought tears to my eyes, but overall it was light and fun.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bev

    I don't even know what to say apart from that this was so disappointing, it felt rushed with time jumps that left me dizzy and finished so abruptly. So many missed opportunities here, so frustrating. 😕

  7. 4 out of 5

    ♥Rachel♥

    Loved getting back to this story this time from Beth’s (or Beh, as Ehd says) POV! Now I’ve started reading Transcedence all over again!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lainey

    i literally dropped everything to read this today. what is work?

  9. 4 out of 5

    Stacie

    4+ "Luffs" Stars! This was the sweetest treat from Ms Savage for her Beh and Ehd lovers. The only problem with this, was I wanted more! If you loved Transcendense, you will love this short novella. Now I'm feeling like a Transcendense reread. Happy reading!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sophie "Beware Of The Reader"

    Haaaa I am in love with Ehd all over again! This is more a recollection of Beth memories than a real story. Kind of going through your favorite photo album and remembering fondly. If you have not read Trenscendence before you won't really appreciate this one who is dedicated to fans who wanted Beth's side of the story. It was interesting and cute to get back to their world, see the dynamic between them. And as KAS said in her review: these nose rubs! Sigh.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Heather❀Book and a Blanket❀

    I was so nervous about reading this because I read Transcendence so long ago and I was worried that I had built it up too much in my head. I had nothing to fear because this was an amazing novella which complimented the original book. This story is from Beth's POV and I would say you definitely need to read Transcendence first. I love my gentle loving caveman SO SO MUCH!! He was so caring and protective and I felt his pain especially in moments when he didn't understand what was happening. I lov I was so nervous about reading this because I read Transcendence so long ago and I was worried that I had built it up too much in my head. I had nothing to fear because this was an amazing novella which complimented the original book. This story is from Beth's POV and I would say you definitely need to read Transcendence first. I love my gentle loving caveman SO SO MUCH!! He was so caring and protective and I felt his pain especially in moments when he didn't understand what was happening. I loved getting Beth's POV. It was interesting to see how many truths she had figured out so early in their story. Gosh! This is the just the ultimate love story. A love that was sustained despite their HUGE differences and their inability to communicate verbally! I have no more to say. This was just EPIC!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mysterious

    I absolutely adored the first book. I’ve re-read it multiple times, and I was on the edge of my seat for this novella in Beh’s POV. Unfortunately, I am sorely disappointed. I understand Luffs is a novella, and reading the first book is an absolute must, but there were times were I was trying to place what was happening because the chapters were so random. None of them transitioned together well, it was very choppy and didn’t flow nicely at all when reading. Savage time jumped throughout the book s I absolutely adored the first book. I’ve re-read it multiple times, and I was on the edge of my seat for this novella in Beh’s POV. Unfortunately, I am sorely disappointed. I understand Luffs is a novella, and reading the first book is an absolute must, but there were times were I was trying to place what was happening because the chapters were so random. None of them transitioned together well, it was very choppy and didn’t flow nicely at all when reading. Savage time jumped throughout the book so much that it became bothersome. At one point I had to use what knowledge I had from reading Transcendence to figure out how long it had been between chapters in the timeline because it wasn’t mentioned. So many of the major points in the first book weren’t visited at all. Lah’s birth, Lah getting sick, Beh’s father appearing for the first time, Beh’s attack, the other childrens’ births, meeting their new tribe, the children finding their mates, and much more. I desperately wanted these scenes in Beh’s POV, and I’m gutted I didn’t get it. Then at 81%, it ends abruptly. It wasn’t planned out nicely at all. The remaining 19% was filled with blurbs from the authors’ other books which was pointless, and irritating. I thought I would adore this book like I did the first, but in the state this novella is in, it really wasn’t needed and I wish I never read it. It let me down. The price was ridiculous for what we got, and that says something since 2.99 isn’t even expensive. I understand the author needed it at 2.99 so she could get her 70% royalties with Amazon (get your money, love!) but man, there should have been ... more. I gave two stars simply because I love the characters, and the cover for the book is beautiful.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    Yes! Transcendence is my favorite book, and I can't believe we're finally getting Beh's POV. Best book news I've heard all year!!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ing

    If you have not read Transcendence do NOT read Luffs w/out reading Transcendence first, because Luffs will make no sense to you what-so-ever and it will seem choppy and random. Done with the disclaimer now onto the good stuff. This was a nice surprise from Shay Savage. This little novella companion was such a nice treat for fans of Beh and Ehd. I loved going back to Beh and Ehd's world and getting Beh's POV from some of the pivotal moments from Transcendence. For fans of Transcendence, Luffs is If you have not read Transcendence do NOT read Luffs w/out reading Transcendence first, because Luffs will make no sense to you what-so-ever and it will seem choppy and random. Done with the disclaimer now onto the good stuff. This was a nice surprise from Shay Savage. This little novella companion was such a nice treat for fans of Beh and Ehd. I loved going back to Beh and Ehd's world and getting Beh's POV from some of the pivotal moments from Transcendence. For fans of Transcendence, Luffs is not a continuing story or extra scenes. We just get Beh's POV from some of the scenes in Transcendence. For fans you'll get a kick knowing what was going through Beh's head during some of the scenes that were pivotal in Transcendence. I wanted more for it to continue cause it was nice being in that world again. I feel a Transcendence re-read coming on.

  15. 5 out of 5

    ~ Cariad ~

    Transcendence will always bring back fond memories of me begging friends to read an insanely different love story about a caveman called Ehd that had stolen my heart! This novella...well, it just didn't add anything to the original story. It felt rushed and in fact, for me, kinda took something away from the magic of the first book - I could be wrong, but I didn't feel Shay Savage REALLY wanted to write it? She's an awesome storyteller, this one sadly disappointed me a bit.

  16. 5 out of 5

    crίѕтίŋα•●♥Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ♥●•

    3.5 stars ✨ “Then there’s Ehd. Where would I be, and in what shape would I be in if it weren’t for him? As much as he had terrified me in the beginning, I know well enough now that he’s kind and gentle. He might not talk, but he’s far from stupid. He’s sweet and he’s warm, and I think I might actually be falling for him. My caveman.” - Beh * * * “Luffs” - Ehd

  17. 5 out of 5

    Leigh Anne

    Luffs is a companion 'novella' to the time traveling romance Transcendence. It gives the readers snippets of Beth's experience in her POV. I adored the first book and even after reading the author's note on this that Luffs is for the fans, I was a bit disappointed. Luffs is put together with random snippets/scenes from Transcendence in Beth's POV without any smooth transitions to tie the story together. In this respect, it made the novella feel like random drafts of scenes the author shoved toge Luffs is a companion 'novella' to the time traveling romance Transcendence. It gives the readers snippets of Beth's experience in her POV. I adored the first book and even after reading the author's note on this that Luffs is for the fans, I was a bit disappointed. Luffs is put together with random snippets/scenes from Transcendence in Beth's POV without any smooth transitions to tie the story together. In this respect, it made the novella feel like random drafts of scenes the author shoved together to make into a novella. The new scenes in Beth's POV didn't add anything to the first book. She wrote Transcendence so well that we readers were able to tell how Beth was feeling already. I feel like it would've been better if the author just offered all these random scenes from Beth's POV on her website instead of making it into this 'novella'.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ang (Sizzling Pages)

    Transcendence was an incredibly beautiful love story told through the hero, Ehd's, POV. It was refreshing to see the story, or rather parts of this tale, unfold through Beh's eyes. Luffs answered a few lingering questions that nagged me and I am grateful for this read. However, I think the most emotional and crucial scene was excluded...the ending...told from the heorine's point of view. It would have elevated this read to a whole different level. All in all a good read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    ❃**✿【Yasmine】✿**❃

    As lovely as it was to read, it was choppy. Short (ended at 76%). And maybe a little too out of context. I think maybe we should've had this cut up inside of Transcendence #1. It was too short, too little, to get all of those feels. But a recommended read for any fans!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    Rating this book is painful for me! I love, Love, LOVE Transcendence, so when I learned of this book; in Beh's POV, I was so excited!!! I have done so many buddy reads and re-reads of Transcendence, I did another when I learned this was coming out, just to prepare for the awesomeness of Ehd and Beh. How disappointing! This book doesn't really give us her POV because of how it jumps around. There were so many important events in her life that I wanted to have her thoughts on and it skimmed or didn' Rating this book is painful for me! I love, Love, LOVE Transcendence, so when I learned of this book; in Beh's POV, I was so excited!!! I have done so many buddy reads and re-reads of Transcendence, I did another when I learned this was coming out, just to prepare for the awesomeness of Ehd and Beh. How disappointing! This book doesn't really give us her POV because of how it jumps around. There were so many important events in her life that I wanted to have her thoughts on and it skimmed or didn't even touch on them. Probably my most disappointed novella ever. *painful*

  21. 4 out of 5

    SheLove2Read

    I just wish it had been longer!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Meredith

    This novella is exactly what I needed! Loved Transcendence. Always wanted to see it from Behs point of view. So happy to get a few snippets of what Beh though of her caveman. Funny, quirky and sweet - it's the perfect companion to the novel. Loved visiting these 2 again for a little while.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    You know how you read a book that blows your socks off and you wish that there had been more - it's taken 4 years, but the POV I needed at certaIn points in Transcendence has finally arrived! I was a tad excited to get this at midnight and dived straight in and read it in one sitting. It's a novella read and finishes around the 77% mark with promotional material filling the reminder of the book. The book didn't capture me like the first one did, I had ridiculously high expectations set for this fo You know how you read a book that blows your socks off and you wish that there had been more - it's taken 4 years, but the POV I needed at certaIn points in Transcendence has finally arrived! I was a tad excited to get this at midnight and dived straight in and read it in one sitting. It's a novella read and finishes around the 77% mark with promotional material filling the reminder of the book. The book didn't capture me like the first one did, I had ridiculously high expectations set for this follow up, but it felt rushed in places and not enough given in any one chapter. The key points needed just a little more depth, the heart wasn't in it - I missed the simplicity of the first book.... The page count or lack of it, didn't help this book along either :( It was lovely to visit, but overall, I was a little disappointed. So, to finish on a positive note, at least I got to see Ehd again *bless*.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jodi Bibliophile

    IT WAS PERFECT!! Ehd + Beh forever ♥

  25. 4 out of 5

    Shirley

    2.5 Stars Not going to lie when I read Transcendence I was one of the ones that thought it would be great to get the book from Beh’s POV and wished it would come true…………well unfortunately I think it should have stayed as a wish because I am so disappointed with this novella. Looking back I think the magic of Transcendence was Ehd’s simplistic view of the world and seeing it through his eyes really made the book come alive. This left me feeling flat and I didn’t get any of the big feels I was e 2.5 Stars Not going to lie when I read Transcendence I was one of the ones that thought it would be great to get the book from Beh’s POV and wished it would come true…………well unfortunately I think it should have stayed as a wish because I am so disappointed with this novella. Looking back I think the magic of Transcendence was Ehd’s simplistic view of the world and seeing it through his eyes really made the book come alive. This left me feeling flat and I didn’t get any of the big feels I was expecting. I think this could have been so much more and just didn’t hit the mark for me 😕

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kelly (the book hussy)

    “He might not talk, but he’s far from stupid. He’s sweet and he’s warm, and I think I might actually be falling for him. My caveman.” I was super excited when I saw this on Amazon. I absolutely loved Transcendence and Ehd. I thought this was going to be the story retold from Beh’s POV. Which it was, it was just really short. I didn’t notice until after I bought the ebook that it was just a novella. So this just jumps around to a bunch of different scenes (which was annoying). It definitely helpe “He might not talk, but he’s far from stupid. He’s sweet and he’s warm, and I think I might actually be falling for him. My caveman.” I was super excited when I saw this on Amazon. I absolutely loved Transcendence and Ehd. I thought this was going to be the story retold from Beh’s POV. Which it was, it was just really short. I didn’t notice until after I bought the ebook that it was just a novella. So this just jumps around to a bunch of different scenes (which was annoying). It definitely helped shed light on some things, I just wish there was more.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jen | Jen Talks Audiobooks

    Perfect! This was just the nicest little glimpse into Elizabeth's head. It was great to hear some of the actual words she said. Transcendence is one of my top 3 romances of all time.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kim Whitehead

    Loved this short read!! You can’t help but fall in love with the characters and the unknown!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kayla (BOOKadoodles)

    Anytime Shay Savage wants to write more in the Transcendence world, sign me uppp.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Heidi R.

    Transcendence (which MUST be read first) was so good, but this novella, Luffs , lets you into Beh’s head and you get a feel for what she went through. I am so glad Shay Savage wrote this!

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