Hunter of Her Heart

Hunter of Her Heart

by Kaylie Newell

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BN ID: 2940162104377
Publisher: Beachwalk Press, Inc.
Publication date: 06/16/2018
Series: Wolfe Creek , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 960,409
File size: 214 KB

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Hunter of Her Heart (Entangled Covet) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book let's you not give up on hope for love . I wish there was another one to the series ,I would read everyone of them.
Lisa_Annesley More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed LONE WOLFE PROTECTOR, and had high hopes for this book. Sadly, my hopes were dashed. First of all, where was the love? Candi and Zane professed their love for each other, but all I saw was sex. Also, Candi said that people were often taken in by Zane's charm, but he wasn't charming in either book. Drunk, moody, sullen, and unreliable, yes. Charming? No. And Candi just kept wishing for more from him. Over and over again. (view spoiler) Kaylie Newell is a talented, smooth, descriptive writer. I think she just missed the mark on the characterization on this one. ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Marie1MB More than 1 year ago
Marie's Tempting Reads (Netgalley) eARC Review: *I got a free copy of this book through Netgalley. This does NOT have any reflect on my rating or review* Hunter of Her Heart was a passionate, edgy paranormal delight! Bad boys and a sensual woman who changes them for the good, what can be more appealing than that? This had such a great storyline. It was mouthwatering, dramatic, and flared beautifully. The passion between Zane and Candi was impossible to miss. It sparked and sizzled and left the readers feeling pissed off at times with Zane, and supremely jealous of Candi for having such a protective and caring man like Zane at other times. I gave Hunter of Her Heart a FOUR SHOOTING STARS! I loved the author's writing. Newell created a story that was juicy and incredibly imaginative. I absolutely LOVED the shifter elements. I am looking forward to seeing where else Newell takes us readers.
Inishowen_Cailin More than 1 year ago
I hadn't read the previous book in the series and so I didn't have any heightened expectations in relation to book two. The story was developed enough and the characters' situations explained in a way that I didn't feel as though I was missing anything pertinent to Candi and Zane. I enjoyed the story, especially the suspense element towards the end.  However, I wasn't completely enamoured with Zane as he comes across as immature and selfish. His and Candi's relationship woes seem to go around in circles right up to the very end where he finally gets his priorities right. There could have been more meaningful dialogue between the pair to make me more sympathetic to them. I quite liked the secondary characters. Their story from book one is alluded to in this novel and it has made me interested enough to go back and read it.  I received a copy in exchange for an honest review
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MeganSmith More than 1 year ago
***This ARC was received from Entangled Publishing via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review*** I like the idea behind the story but it was missing something, I'm not quite sure what it was. It seemed slightly short. I love the characters and the town with its legend.
Maisie-D More than 1 year ago
A different kind of werewolf story. There are no alpha males, nor betas, no pack what so ever.  Zane Wolfe is a lone wolf. No ties to anyone or anything. He does have a woman he loves, Candi. But he won’t commit to her, won’t even spend the night at her house. He loves going to bars getting drunk and having fist fights.  Candi has had it with him and tries to break it off. Zane and Candi have a strange relationship, in my eyes, he goes his way and visits her when he wants some, and she just can’t resist him. She loves him. He hurts her, angers her, and makes her sad. He doesn’t like what he does, but he can’t help who he is.  Zane starts feeling achy. He’s not eating or sleeping, and he’s starting to notice changes to his body. There’s a legend in Wolf Creek, or is it a curse? Talk about his family and what they become. He decides he needs to figure out what’s going on, so he tells Candi he can’t see her for a while. This feels like a slap in face to her. She never thought she’d be desperate enough to trap him, but she was hoping for a future with Zane, with a family.  So she tells him… I loved this story. Zane was hot and sexy, and the love scenes were very hot. It was from Zane’s POV. I love when the Alpha hero tells the story.  I know this is going in my re-read pile. I was given a copy of this book By NetGalley for an honest review
Sheri_B1975 More than 1 year ago
Originally posted on my blog: Tangled Up In Books I received a copy of this book, from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. In no way did this sway either my review or my rating! I'm always so nervous about starting a new shifter/werewolf book or series. I love paranormal books but it always seems that the one creature from that genre that produces the most cringe-worthy books are the shifters. Every once in a while you come across a really good one. But let's be honest, most of the time they're either overdone, totally cheesy, or make up for a lack of content and quality with an overabundance of sex. Because we all know that sex fixes all plot holes... Luckily, Hunter of Her Heart, had none of those issues. It was intriguing, exciting, filled with tension and danger, steamy and so much more. In fact, immediately upon finishing I went straight to Amazon to get the first book in the series! I'm very much looking forward to going back and reading Koda's story. The lore revolving around Wolfe Creek and the Wolfe family was great. I'm enjoying how that's playing out in the story. It's like this legend, this scary story you tell each other or your kids growing up that seems to be just that. A legend. Until it affects you and then it's like surprise...those stories are real. It was so nice though to have that small tiny twist on most shifter stories. Where normally they change and are this uncontrollable creature who wouldn't know friend from foe and they go on a slaughter spree. This one isn't at all like that. And I won't say much else because it was a very pleasant surprise for me. The really liked the characters of Zane and Candi instantly. They're relationship was as sweet and swoon worthy as it was incredibly frustrating. But that good kind of frustrating. The kind that's so full of angst and the bittersweet. There was never a time where I didn't root for these two I just found myself constantly wanting to bonk their heads together and yell communicate! Sure it was easy to immediately figure out where the danger that's stalking Candi is coming from. They were all surprised by it while I was thinking come on guys I figured this out back in chapter two! (Err...wherever he first appears.) That in no way took away any of the enjoyment I had reading this. It's fun, it's interesting. it's different. The sexual situations or the alluding to such actually fit in with what's going on in story, it's not just pointless and fluffy. There's a bit of darkness and danger within it all as well. It kept me turning the pages as I perched on the edge of my seat that's for sure! If you like the paranormal/supernatural with the werewolves/shifters then I recommend giving this series a read. This one read perfectly fine as a standalone as I haven't read Lone Wolfe Protector yet. Though I can't fully guarantee that anything could've been missed in not starting there. Still I suggest giving this one a try! Thanks to Entangled Publishing for the opportunity to read and review this book.
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bouncyberthaCR More than 1 year ago
2.5 - "You're better than this." Stars. Lone Wolfe Protector, book one in the Wolfe Creek Series was one of the most eerie, and unusual reads of 2014 for me, so I was more than a little excited to see that Kaylie Newell, had written its follow-up Hunter of Her Heart and that it was Zane and Candi’s story. She was an anomaly, hard and broken at the same time.” It was a surprise to find myself struggling with this one, for more than one reason, but in the main it is because I was approaching the end of the book before anything really started happening. Upto around the 80% mark, the issues between Candi and Zane to say the least were predictable, both seemed to act more like petulant teenagers than adults and that connection that fizzled between them in the first book, especially after the horrific attack seemed to get lost with all the added drama, it also seemed that most of the time, that the only time one of them didn’t have an issue with the other was when they were having sex. ”You hurt me all the time… You just don’t always leave bruises.” Hunter of Her Heart had massive potential, and I was expecting more of the same type of eerie, creepy unusual story-telling as the author delivered in its predecessor, unfortunately it all felt a little predictable and lacklustre this time… Even the big reveal didn't really have any impact, with Candi seeming to take Zane's 'special skills' in her stride. ”It’s time we had a little talk.” Kaylie Newell has a really easy to engage in writing style, I am not sure whether this book is the end of the series… But there is a little loose end drifting in the wind that I would like to see get its own story, whether that happens, and whether I read it… I am honestly not sure at this point. ARC generously provided via Netgalley, in exchange for the above honest review.
Catherines_Reads More than 1 year ago
This is not your traditional werewolf novel. In fact for most of the book I really hated the hero of the book. However the more I read the more I could see how  hard he was having and felt bad for the couple and what it was putting them through. If you like books that leave you guessing as to what will happen next through the whole book then you should definitely read this one.