Hunter Forsaken

Hunter Forsaken

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by Nancy Corrigan
     
 

A vow to the dead…the mark of the Hunt…a love with one chance to survive.

Wild Hunt, Book 2

In the slice of a moment, Ian Callahan lost everything he cared about—a deed done by his own hand. He awakens on the edge of sanity, chained in his own personal hell. He is to be the newest rider in the Wild Hunt, if he can

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A vow to the dead…the mark of the Hunt…a love with one chance to survive.

Wild Hunt, Book 2

In the slice of a moment, Ian Callahan lost everything he cared about—a deed done by his own hand. He awakens on the edge of sanity, chained in his own personal hell. He is to be the newest rider in the Wild Hunt, if he can learn to control the rage and guilt that consume him.

Then…a whiff of vanilla. The face of a lover he’s seen only in his dreams. He doesn’t know her name, only that she stirs the hungry beast within him.

For a millennium, Tegan and her sibling riders of the Wild Hunt were imprisoned, suffering under a curse meant for the Unseelie Court. Though her body is free, she carries the curse with her—and the additional burden of finally knowing the name of her destined mate. A human named Ian Callahan.

He’s her Trojan horse, the only one who can heal her heart. Just one last challenge stands in the way of claiming each other, once and for all. Failure means facing eternity the incomplete halves of a whole.

Warning: Contains a hero who’s more than just the total…package. And a daughter of the Underworld who thought she knew what Hell was…until she fell in love. Boundaries of monogamy pushed, pulled, stretched—but never broken.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781619232594
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
02/16/2016
Series:
Wild Hunt , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
299
Sales rank:
464,757
File size:
946 KB

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Hunter Forsaken 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
DiiMI 11 months ago
Ian Callahan is a demigod in a human body, for three years he has dreamed of love with a beautiful and mysterious woman, and for three years he has hovered on the brink of insanity. Now he is to become part of the Wild Hunt. Little did he know his dream woman would become reality and she would be one of the most powerful of the Wild Hunt’s most powerful leaders. Tegan had a millennium to suffer the curse meant for the Unseelie Court, now free, she still carries the burden of that time and a long held secret, the name of her true mate. You guessed it, Ian Callahan. He is said to be her inner healer, her destiny, but she wasn’t expecting Ian to have a fragile human body, or for him to be an incubus. Is this Hell’s way of playing a practical joke on her/ she has been betrayed before and refuses to be betrayed again. She wants a one woman man and Ian hardly fits the bill. She doesn’t need a protector in such a delicate body, she is more than capable of taking care of herself, but it seems her heart may be betraying her now, as she fights the attraction that the gods have deemed her fate. Nancy Corrigan takes us to Hell and beyond, into the world of the faeries where returning is not always possible. Action-packed, highly charged with sexual tension, and written with a blistering pace, there is little time to relax as we watch one man discover his past, and the havoc it can raise and one woman deny herself what she is afraid to trust in. Drenched in sexual undertones and scenes that are blistering hot, they are part of the story, not gratuitous page fillers, Ian is an incubus, it is part of him, both a curse and a means of survival. That said this is clearly not for those who blush easily. Enter the world of the children of Arawn as they come to terms with the lives they have been dealt while finding their hearts can still crave another through eternity or until death do they part. I received this copy from Nancy Corrigan in exchange for my honest review.
Pure_Jonel More than 1 year ago
This series just keeps getting better and more intense. Intrigue winds its way through the fast paced plot, creating ties that weave through the entire series, while leaving this novel complete in and of itself. She kept me on my toes, while also creating a romance that I would die for. Corrigan’s vibrant descriptions bring the various settings to life, each in their own unique manner. Everything comes together seamlessly, making me feel as if I were living this tale, rather than reading it. Corrigan’s unique take on the wild hunt was a fantastic backdrop for this intriguing novel. It opens readers up to a myriad of new concepts and possibilities. The well-developed history and mythology behind it provided context for the increasingly captivating plot. I loved the power dynamic between Ian and Tegan. The way that it was constantly shifting to suit the situation created a couple that you could really see lasting for millennia. The chemistry between them was off the charts. The way that Corrigan developed their relationship both physically and emotionally created a whole that not only left the pages sizzling, but also tugged at my heart. Minerva’s character also became very intriguing to me. Her secrets begin to come out, creating another character that I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know better. Corrigan has created an unforgettable novel that is a brilliant addition to the series. The build-up of the backstory of the Wild Hunt was just as captivating as the erotically charged relationship between Ian and Tegan set the pages on fire. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
JensReadingObsession More than 1 year ago
We first met Ian and Tegan in Hunter Sacrificed, where Ian is having doubts about getting married while having dreams about another woman who happens to be Tegan. Neither knows that the other is not just a figment of their imagination. When Ian is forced to kill his fiance and sees his sister Harley sacrifice herself, he gives into the rage of the Hunt. Tegan is the only one who can reach him, but is afraid to risk her feelings again after she was betrayed by the man she loved. Their desire and love cannot be denied, and they give into their attraction. Tegan will need to work through her trust issues in order to succeed in solving the challenge set by the triad and to save her mate. I loved the way Ian worked to gain Tegan's trust and her love, no matter what obstacles and objections he encountered. Secrets are revealed about some key players and I can't wait to see how the storyline continues! 4.5 stars I received an ARC for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review, all conclusions are my own.