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13 out of 15 people found this review helpful.
Tatyana Petrova is the youngest born in the Petrova family. Ther
Hunter Finn, Sentinel of Willow Coven, has been called home. After cutting himself off completely from his coven family, he is returning a stronger and more powerful witch. Braen, the high priest of Willow Coven, has compelled him to return because he believes his coven is under attack from warlocks.
Tatyana, half frozen, falls into Hunter’s arms and the sexual attraction instantly ignites. Caught now in the middle of a magical battle, Tatyana is thrust into a world of magic she never realized existed.
Extreme evil, rape, and malicious intent is thrust upon Hunter, Tatyana and the Willow Coven by Hunter’s own family. Will he be able to save his coven family and Tatyana? Guess you’ll have to read Hunter and find out.
I loved the family dynamic of the Willow Coven and really enjoyed reading this story. Tatyana and Hunter have a wonderful sensual chemistry. Since this is a debut for this storyline there was a lot of plot building accented by intimate encounters. This is Jacquelyn Frank’s writing as JAX. Hunter is a much more sensual, erotic and highly sexual off shoot from her normal works. The sexual scenes are explosive and highly descriptive. If you enjoy a good erotic, paranormal romance check out Hunter. Great start to what could be a wonderful new erotic series.
This ARC copy of Hunter was given to my by Kensington Books in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication on April 30, 2013.
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8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.
posted by avoidingpurpleribbon on February 8, 2014Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 8, 2014
This book was released in May 2013 last year. I read up to five books a week and I put new releases in my planner sometimes 6-8 months in advance. You can't return ebooks. I read the "coming soon" teasers at the end of the books so sometimes the plot sounds familiar. This re-release is unfair to those of us who already own the title and cannot return it!!! Books should not get new covers this soon. I am very disappointed in Barnes & Noble - the nook should warn us when we are buying a duplicate
8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 25, 2013
It was okay.....
I have to say, this was a good read. However, it kept referencing past events that usually you can piece together and have that aha moment at the end, but in this story it was like a great void. The whole time reading I felt like I was missing a part of the storyline. I love this author's books and look forward to continuing to read her books, but this one I won't be reading again.
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