Review of Hunter by Eden Summers

“When this is over, you’re mine.”

 

Genre: Thriller & Suspense, Organized Crime, Romance

Length: 268 Pages

POV: Alternating First Person

Description:

A seductively thrilling game of cat and mouse destined to leave you breathless.

I’ve been running for ten years – fleeing my past and clawing my way toward an inescapable act of vengeance.

Until he walks into my life, sure and strong and full of secrets.

He dilutes my thirst for retribution with his touch. He obliterates my need for solitude with his kiss. But it’s his hidden agenda that makes the hair on the back of my neck prickle.

He wants something. Something that doesn’t revolve around sweaty skin and tangled silk sheets like he’d have me believe.

I have to stop falling for him, otherwise the last ten years will all be for nothing. I need to keep running, keep fighting for vengeance, even though I know he will track me down.

But trying to escape him is just another problem. Because now I crave the hunt.

Jennifer’s Review:

*I received this book free from the author.*

Sarah (aka Steph) wanted vengeance for her family and in looking for it she became something of a dark angel. She’d find people who escaped punishment for their crimes, or who were able to escape justice all together, and then she would dish out the pain they’d given to others. Her end game though was very personal.

Luke (aka Hunter) has his own objectives and he shouldn’t let a woman he knows has secrets beneath his skin, but he just can’t stay away from her. In the end he’ll want to protect her, even if it is from herself.

“You two are perfect for each other. Silent, secretive, and socially awkward.”

Their journey is a dark and twisted one, but in the end she’ll get her revenge and he’ll suffer the consequences, yet somehow they both win.

One of my favorite parts was that he was a sweet stalker. I loved his notes…

“You’re not good at this, are you? I like those pajamas. I’ll see you tomorrow.”

Hunter is truly a story of cat and mouse. Two people pretending to be someone else, yet still unable to fight the spark that ignites between them. It grabbed my attention from the very first page and never let it go.

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

 

 

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