The Mighty Hunter

The Mighty Hunter

by Michelle M. Pillow

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BN ID: 2940161710104
Publisher: The Raven Books LLC
Publication date: 09/16/2018
Series: Lords of the Abyss Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 8,424
File size: 500 KB

About the Author

Michelle M. Pillow, New York Times & USA TODAY Bestselling Author

Michelle loves to travel and try new things, whether it's a paranormal investigation of an old Vaudeville Theatre or climbing Mayan temples in Belize. She's addicted to movies and used to drive her mother crazy while quoting random scenes with her brother. Though it has yet to happen, her dream is to be a zombie in a horror movie. For the most part she can be found wearing pajama pants and drinking coffee. There may or may not be dancing. It’s all part of the creative process.

She loves to hear from readers. They can contact her through her website michellepillow.com

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Mighty Hunter (Lords of the Abyss Series #1) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
new_user on LibraryThing 24 days ago
Pillow combines the legend of Atlantis with some Greek mythology to create a book about the Merr, an undersea race of mermen and women. This sounds like a fascinating premise. However, like so much mer fiction, Pillow ultimately doesn't deliver on the promise we glimpse in the beginning with the introduction of the Merr. After Caderyn and Bridget meet, the book quickly veers into poor romance with weak conflicts generated by the characters second-doubting the other's feelings again and again and finding cause for uncertainty in the other's actions (see, The Big Misunderstanding), which is not in the least convincing since the characters want each other almost from the beginning of the book. I feel this book could have easily been improved by less artificial waffling from the characters and more external conflict, as we see briefly near the end of the book with the mysterious Olympians (sirens). If the author had been as creative with the plot as with the premise, there would have been a great deal of potential here. Apart from that, I thought the writing could have been more economical with unnecessary details, the plot should have been faster-moving, and the dialogue should not have been so wildly varying from archaic speech to modern even between the same characters.I would recommend this only as a light, quick romance read between books or maybe at the airport. For those interested in more in depth sea-creature fiction, try the works of Virginia Kantra who writes a series about selkies a la romance suspense. Her scenes are much less gritty for those who want romance to go back to basics.
Anonymous 3 months ago
I enjoyed the love that came quickly. Sweet fun sex. Some action and drama. Pretty simple but I fell for the gentleman husband.
Anonymous 4 months ago
A very enjoyable read. The characters are creative and the and the discriptions of the places are terrific you could almost feel as though you are there.
cherigCG More than 1 year ago
About two pages in I knew I was going to love this one--I did. Ms Pillow engages you with her characters immediately. Bridget was a wanna be scientist of the abyss. She was paying her dues to get a chance to sign on to a real scientific crew when she is suddenly drawn into the impossible. She's going to get her chance at seeing the abyss and it's sea life, if only she will believe where she is and who she is with. Hard to get past the gorgeous, hunky guy that makes her want to do things she's never done before--really want to do them. Just when you think she may start to accept, her prove-it-to-me nature pushes forward. Poor Caderyn, he rescued her so he is her guardian, and what she inspires requires someone to protect her from Caderyn. The world created is one that baffles Bridget. The author does a wonderful job of bringing that world to the reader through Bridget's eyes. I enjoyed that much of the misunderstanding stemmed from the total differences and taking for granted she understood when of course she did not. That is how real people behave. The understanding new and different living situation comes mostly from time. The steam created by these two could reach the surface. Learning about each other and watching them push their intimate boundaries required cold drinks and a fan. I am on to read the second book in the series. This is a stand a lone, however I want more of this land and these people. Thankfully there are at least two more books to feed my need. A hearty recommend.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book, very sexy , emotional and just plain fun!
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