Silver Hunter (Silver Brothers Securities, #7)

Silver Hunter (Silver Brothers Securities, #7)

by Lacey Silks
Silver Hunter (Silver Brothers Securities, #7)

Silver Hunter (Silver Brothers Securities, #7)

by Lacey Silks



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From the glitz of Manhattan to a jungle hideaway, Grace and Hunter's rekindled romance faces the ultimate test of survival.


Grace, Manhattan's top hair stylist, finds herself in an unexpected romance with Hunter, a younger man whose presence challenges her sophisticated social circle. Despite their age gap, their whirlwind affair ignites when Hunter arrives to fix her motorcycle and stays the night. He captures her heart, quickly evolving from her pool boy to her devoted partner. Yet, their relationship hits a snag three years later due to Hunter's embarrassing misstep, causing a painful split that sends him away.

Five years later, Hunter returns to New York a changed man and steps in as Grace's protector against a menacing stalker. Determined to keep her safe, he whisks her away to his secluded home in a jungle, offering them a sanctuary to rekindle their love.

But when Grace's impulsive decision leads her back to Manhattan, she walks into imminent danger. With her stalker lurking close by, Hunter is thrust into a desperate race to save the woman he loves.. 

Embark on Grace and Hunter's love story as they navigate through desire, danger, and redemption, fighting to secure a future together against seemingly insurmountable odds.


Silver Hunter is a poignant story of second chances, dark family secrets, and the resilience of love. This is the seventh and last novel in the Silver Brothers Securities Family Saga, and it can be read as a standalone. Intended for mature audiences.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940179436584
Publisher: MyLit Publishing
Publication date: 09/11/2023
Series: Silver Brothers Securities
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 483,005
File size: 600 KB
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