Dawn of the Hunter [NOOK Book]

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Donna is on the wrong end of a high-power assault rifle, with a 4000 year old demon’s trigger finger on the other. He’s promised to blow her brains out if she gets any closer.

She takes a step…toward the monster.

Until that day, Donna ...
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Dawn of the Hunter

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Overview

Donna is on the wrong end of a high-power assault rifle, with a 4000 year old demon’s trigger finger on the other. He’s promised to blow her brains out if she gets any closer.

She takes a step…toward the monster.

Until that day, Donna was enjoying her new life. Married to the man of her dreams, raising the child they had together, spending time with her best friend…what more could a girl want?

How about a chance to save the world?

The opportunity arrives when a strange, beautiful woman befriends Donna and then kidnaps her baby. To get her little girl back, Donna must do what’s humanly impossible...and maybe inhumanely impossible, too.

With the help of a fallen Underworld goddess, a vengeful demon, and her own new-found strength, Donna must rescue her baby and the world.

Dawn of the Hunter is book two in the Midnight Hunter trilogy.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013073432
  • Publisher: Fin-S
  • Publication date: 8/30/2011
  • Series: Midnight Hunter Trilogy , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 516,829
  • File size: 240 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2014

    Ily this book

    This book is the best ever !!!

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  • Posted June 20, 2012

    I was given this book from the author for an honest review. The

    I was given this book from the author for an honest review.

    The second book in the Midnight Hunter Trilogy was a book I could not put down. Bonnie has done it again with another amazing book. Dawn of the Hunter was just as intense as the first one.

    As soon as you go to the first page you are already hooked, Dawn of the Hunter takes place a few months after the first book. Donna and Hunter's daughter Lucinda is born, a new character gets introduced,and another character gets some book time and Donna fights for her daughters soul. I can say I was surprised about Howie and Cassie actually getting together.

    The relationship between Howie the weapons dealer and Donna is quite funny, because if though Howie is this demon well half demon I should say he puts on this front. And you can tell Donna cares for him in a friend type way, because she sticks up for him and even listens to him call her a stupid human. Hunter in this book makes me a little upset at him, because he thinks Donna can not take care of herself, and is overly-protective. But at the end he comes to terms that Donna can take care of her self, and her family. She is not a weakling. At the end of the book I am excited to see about Howie and how he will react to what happened.
    I can not wait to read book three in this trilogy. Bonnie is an amazing author.

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  • Posted April 13, 2012

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    These book had me laughing so much,thinking omg what is going to

    These book had me laughing so much,thinking omg what is going to happen now.We will meet some new characters like Howie. He is one of those characters you will want to hate but can't help but to love.He used some of his Howie charm on me and is now one of my favorite characters.
    Donna was happy with her new life as a wife to Hunter and a mom to her daughter Lucinda but when the underworld is part of your life thing don't stay quiet or normal for long.When her daughter is taken will Donna be able to save Lucinda and save the world too.Donna will team up with a Underworld goddess and vengeful demon and find out she has a strength she didn't know was inside her will it be enough to help her get her daughter back and to save the world.

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