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Time Untamed by [Morgan, Lily]
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Benjamin "Butch" Stone, a member of TSCAA Team Mu, is a former US Marine who has no family, no love except for his country, and his missions until he meets Savannah Green by chance at a bar in Germany. His attraction to her is instantaneous and combustible. They spend a gorgeous night together. When Savannah gets pregnant shortly after, he doesn’t hesitate to marry her. He thought this was his fairytale ending—a beautiful wife and rambunctious son—until a house fire, rips them away from him. The tragic news reaches him while he is in some godforsaken place, saving his country when he can’t even save his wife and young child. His heart and soul died that day.

Savannah Sabbah, also known as Savannah Green, is a part of an ancient order of assassins historians believe ceased existence in the thirteenth century. Her first assignment is to seduce a US serviceman for military secrets, but she falls hopelessly in love with her mark instead. When her father recalls her back to the family, she is ordered to destroy all evidence of her existence in her husband's life. She defies her family's orders and hides her son away. Yet this secret could be the end of her, her husband, and possibly the world.

Once again, TSCAA must go back in time to stop an alteration of history, to prevent a "contract to kill" on Jack Evans when he is still a boy. Jack will grow up to be the lead passenger, staging the counter attack inside UA Flight 93 on September 11, 2001. Should Butch and his team fail in protecting Jack, the present they know will be drastically different. World War III is almost guaranteed. But how can he trust the woman he loved with all his heart and soul when she deliberately deceived him, not only about who she really is but also about their son?

Will Butch and Savannah be able to overcome their distrust of each other? Will they be able to fight against their still-sizzling connection in order to remain cool-headed against her ruthless father and powerful family?

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  • Publisher: Hartwood Publishing (3 September 2015)
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  • Language: English
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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars 8 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars An unpredictable page-turner! 19 September 2015
By Ellen B. Sayers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
The action is laced throughout this fun, unpredictable page-turner. It's a balanced mix of historic references with imaginative time travel that makes "what-if" scenarios seem possible. And of course, the sex heats up from the first book in this series, and now I can't wait for the third!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Worth the read if you enjoyed the first 14 October 2015
By Busy Busy Bookwyrm - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Title: Time Untamed
Author: Lily Morgan
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Age: Adult
Is This Part of a Series?: Yes (Book 2 of the Time Series)

*I received an e-Copy of this book in return for a fair and honest review.

Summary:
The second book in the Time Series follows Butch, a member of the TSCAA, and Savannah, a member of an ancient order of assassins. Although they are married, circumstances have lead to Butch believing Savannah (and their son) are dead and Savannah spending her life trying to keep her son's existence a secret from Butch and her family. Now there is a plot against Jack Evans (the lead passenger staging the counter attack inside US Flight 93 on September 11, 2003) and their paths have crossed again. Will they be able to get past the lies and secrets of their past and save Jack Evans, their son, and history as we know it? Or will the mysterious Mr. X, the powerful man behind the plot, get his wish to unbalance the world and the powers of good and evil that fight for it?

Overall Impressions:
Much like the first book in the series, Time Untamed was an enjoyable read with a fun premise. I really enjoy the world that Ms. Morgan has created for the Time Series.

The Nitty Gritty:
I would like to start by saying that one of my issues with the first book (typos) was much less pronounced in this book. There were a few, but not enough to be distracting from the story. There was also an improvement in the amount of "over-sharing" that the characters did. So this book has some definite improvements over the first one (not that the first one was bad; I did give it three stars after all! It was enjoyable!). However, there were also a couple of things I didn't like that were new to this book (most likely because of the needs of a new set of characters).

Most notable were the flashbacks. They provided some good information, but I sometimes had trouble transitioning with them. They also had a repetitive quality to them--there were several times where the reader got the same flashback from both Butch and Savannah's point of view, with almost no new information provided. While there were certainly some well-written flashbacks that provided information I was glad to have as a reader (information that provided a greater emotional connection to the character(s), character development, and/or plot advancement), the majority of them were superfluous to at least some degree.

Another issue I had was connecting to Butch. There was a certain amount of residual connection from the first book, however, I found him to be a bit off-putting, especially with his insistence to refer to the women around him as "hellcats". Once or twice would have been telling about both Butch and the women, but using that descriptor just about every time that he mentioned these women made him seem more chauvinistic than anything. I got that he did actually admire them, but the fact that he had to label them anything other than valuable members of his team made me feel as if he didn't expect women to be valuable in his world.

Once Butch and Savannah's son came into play, however, my connection with all of the characters snapped into place. Not only could I relate to the parenting side of Butch and Savannah, but their son also opened up the soft, gooey center at the heart of them, highlighting strengths, weaknesses, and quirks. Once that happened, I very much liked both characters, the journey they were on, and the relationship between them.

Perhaps one of the best parts of this book, though, was the foreshadowing of the larger picture: more is revealed about Mr. X, and there are several other characters which Ms. Morgan hinted at being more important than they first appeared. More importantly, these revelations came in a surprising manner at a point in the book when I was not expecting them. It was very well done and has me excited to see how it unfolds.

My Rating: 4 Stars
Once again, I found myself not quite sure where to rate this book. It was not as skillfully and seamlessly written as I would like for a four or five star rating, generally, but it was also more than just a book that I "liked". When it came down to it, I decided that the improvements from the first book to the second, as well as the skillfully enticing foreshadowing that helped close out the book, rated the bump up to a four star. However, I would have to say that a third book in this series would most likely require a continued improvement in writing technique--namely restraint--in order to "maintain" a four star rating. (I like the books a lot, world, character, and plot-wise, but my four star ratings are "reserved" for books that I like -and- have good writing. For me, improved writing qualifies as good writing. Continually improving writing is some of the best writing there is, really.)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Not your typical romance and what a great change of pace!! 21 February 2016
By Crystal M/Crystal's Cozy Corner Blog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the second book in the Time Series by Lily Morgan and let’s just say I can’t wait for the third. I am addicted to the characters!!
The writing is great, with a story that pulls you in and keeps you engaged. There is so much action that I couldn’t stop reading. The idea that people can travel through time to stop horrific crimes from occurring is an intriguing one. Can you imagine the atrocities that could have been prevented if this was actually possible?
While you could read this without reading the first book, Time Eternal, I wouldn’t recommend it. You would be missing out on a great story… So, Ms. Morgan, when will the next one be released???
5.0 out of 5 stars From book one I really liked Butch, even though you don't really get to ... 26 February 2016
By UIBB - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
From book one I really liked Butch, even though you don't really get to see or hear much of him. I was so excited to find out he had his own book.
Butch is closed off from women, aside from his teammates. He loved his wife, Savannah, and his son so much. Nothing could replace them.
Good thing they didn't actually die!
This story is beautiful, amazing and sweet. It shows you love know no time frame, no boundaries, and nothing can cut it off forever.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Time Untamed 18 February 2016
By petula winmill - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Butch and his team of fellow time travellers have taken a female assassin prisoner. There is something about her that brings memories of his dead wife to him. Its more than just the superficial likeness. His wife and young son died in a fire while he was away on a mission.
Savannah Sabbah is as beautiful as she is deadly, however she does have one weakness. A boy she has kept hidden away in a Swiss boarding school. A boy she was ordered to kill.
This is an all action story, with emotions running from hot to cold. We meet the other members of the team as they are all needed to save two small boys from evil forces who want to manipulate history. An unusual and sexy romance. I loved it.

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