Red the Were Hunter

Red the Were Hunter

by Rebekah R. Ganiere

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ISBN-13: 9781633000018
Publisher: Fallen Angel Press
Publication date: 04/10/2014
Pages: 226
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.61(d)
Age Range: 1 - 17 Years

About the Author

Rebekah is an award winning author. Her first novel Dead Awakenings, debuted in January 2014. Her Award Winning Best Selling Series, Fairelle release in May of 2014 and won Readers Choice for Best Fantasy Novel and Best Fantasy Series of 2014 by the Paranormal Romance Guild. Her trilogy The Society was released by Kensington's Lyrical Press.

Rebekah is the VP of Communications of the RWA Los Angeles Chapter and the Newsletter Editor for the FF&P Chapter.

In her spare time when she isn't writing you can find her moderating or teaching on Savvy Authors.com or hanging out with her husband, four children and bulldog, two bearded dragons, two tortoises and a handful of fish. The escaped snake has yet to be found.

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Red The Were Hunter 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Pamela_Talley More than 1 year ago
This is a very different story than the Little Red Riding Hood you knew as a child. This wonderful story told by an incredible storyteller, Rebekah R. Ganiere, is about Redlynn of the Sisterhood and Adrian Prince of the Weres. The first of the nine prophesies of Fairelle depend on Redlynn and Adrian to overcome the deceit and obstacles in their way. Rebekah R. Ganiere has created a world destroyed one thousand years ago. The mages of that time wrote down the nine prophesies. The first prophecy was the reuniting of the Sisterhood of Red with their fated mates the Weres. It is a story of lies, deceit, passion and love so strong nothing could keep them apart. This story is full of wolves, vampires and the members of the Sisterhood, who are so much more than human. The story will keep you reading late into the night. There are twists and turns to the plot that will keep you guessing what will happen next. The next book in the series is Snow, the Vampire Slayer and it is available at this time. Thank you Rebekah for sharing your wonderful series with all of us.
closkot More than 1 year ago
My Thoughts - 4 out of 5 Unicorns - I really liked it!!!  ***Received a copy of the ebook for an honest review, but I am buying it as soon as I get paid :) The cover is subdued, but intriguing all at the same time.  This is the first book I’ve read by Rebekah, and I’m definitely going to be reading more in the future especially in this series that I’m now hooked on :)  Rebekah builds a wonderful world full of intrigue, prophesies, and in need of healing.  I love the undercurrent of the fairytale Little Red Riding Hood!  And I see the same undercurrent is probably in book 2 as well :) When I first started reading the book, I was disconnected.  I’m not sure if it was just getting to know the new author’s style or building the new world.  This happens for me sometimes, but I’m definitely quite taken with this series and plan to read more.  Red is this amazingly strong woman, but she has blinders on so to speak.  She is definitely stubborn and so much so I was yelling at her in my mind while I was reading several times.  Adrian is sexy and just as stubborn but haunted by his family’s past misdeeds.  By the end, I was totally on Red and Adrian’s side, and I hope I will see more of them in the series because I become attached to my characters and like to see them in the rest of the series even though I know they will not be the focus of the book :)  I’m going to have to get my hands on book 2 very soon :) I recommend this book to paranormal fans of shifters and vampires and to anyone who loves to see new stories evolve from very old fairytales :)
kimIA More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this novel. The author did an excellent job of building the characters in "Red the Were Hunter". She took a fairy tale idea and made it into a book but with an exciting twist.  I enjoyed the book so much I could not stop reading it until it was finished.  I think if you read this book you will love the characters and will have a craving to read more and more. I definitely give it two thumbs up and cant wait to start the 2nd book in the series.
KristyHeinicke More than 1 year ago
WOW what can I say about 'Red the Were Hunter'?? Well let me just say I started it late in the evening last night & read through till the end (which had me finally going to sleepjust after 4am)... can anyone say BOOK HANGOVER?? This is book 1 in Rebekah's Fairelle series, which need to be read in order to get the best of each part of the story. I totally am in LOVE with Red & her story, from the moment I started... Red a member of the Sisterhood of Red has always been told they have to hunt werewolfs & after a grisly attack on her village, where her friend & fellow Sisterhood member is killed from & a child is taken, what is thought to be from weres. Red goes after them in Vengence. But not all is what it seems, this book is filled with surprises, revenge, secrets, lies, betrayals & love... although this book is part of a series it doesn't end in a cliff hanger, but I'm not sure if it's wise to read any part of this series out of order. Bring on book 2, I can't wait to read what happens in Sage's story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I started reading this and fell in love with Redlynn and the journey she goes through. Red lives with and is a member of the Sisterhood, they protect their village from werewolves. Girls have been going missing from the village. After her friend is killed by a were, Red defies the leader of the Sisterhood and goes on a hunt for the King Of Weres to destroy him. Adrian in the king, but hasn't taken his rightful place as their leader. When his men find a woman in the woods, he goes to help and is struck by her presence. They both walk a fine line of keeping their demons in check. Can they find out what has happened to the missing girls and come to grips with the over whelming feelings that are hammering at both of them? You need to read the story to find that answer!
Cecilia_Dominic More than 1 year ago
With her Fairelle series, author Rebekah Ganiere takes fairy tales and gives them an interesting twist. The aspect that drew me into this first book, a clever take on the Little Red Riding Hood tale, was heroine Redlynn, or "Red," herself. She's got an urban fantasy level of snarkiness and strength, but she doesn't hide from her emotions. She has her feelings and then moves on, or at least tries to when she meets Adrian, prince of the Weres, her sworn enemy. Ganiere does a great job with showing how their attraction turns to mutual affection on both physical and emotional levels in a way that keeps the reader guessing whether they'll get their happily-ever-after. The plot twists and turns are also interesting and unexpected. I ended up reading this one twice since I had to delay my review, and I enjoyed it both times, first because of that tension and the second time because of the gorgeous writing and storytelling. I didn't find myself getting frustrated with the characters (e.g., "Oh, just tell her already!") either time. In short, this is a fun book and definitely a series I'll be watching for. Disclaimer:  I received a free copy for review from the author.
Book_Bug_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Redlynn, wakes up to find her village has been attacked by weres. Her best friend dead. Now she has no one left. She vows to hunt down and kill the Were king to avenge her best friends death and bring the kidnapped girls back home. She sets off into the forest, against the Head Sisters orders.What she finds in the forest is unexpected to say the least. After being attacked, she is rescued and taken to a castle to heal. She's never felt more at home and safe even though the people helping her seem to be hiding something. There is more hidden in the forest then Red knows. Red fights to figure out who to trust and how to save the missing girls of her order, but does she have to choose between what her heart long for and what she knows she must do? It might be no surprise but I love alternate takes on fairy tales. As I read the prolog I immediately loved the twist on the classic story. I was hooked. I really enjoyed this book. The character development was great, each character had their own voice, and own personality. The details were great, and I found it really easy to imagine what Red's world looked like. This was a beautifully crafted story that I think everyone will love! There were so many tiny details in this book that connects it with the original story, it just makes it that much deeper and symbolic. I loved the line "What beautiful eyes you have" it was one of my favorite scenes, because it pulled the classic fairytale and this new take together even more. I can not wait to read the next installment of this series.
Betina0513 18 days ago
I loved this book. The author never fails to keep the action fast paced and the story enthralling. Red is a very strong female lead and I enjoy watching her accept herself and learn how to love. Adrian overcomes his hang ups with trust and also learns to love. Both characters are engaging and identifiable. Blair being a bad guy and dying was a little upsetting for me I really liked him. I can’t wait to see more about Dax, Sage and a few other in latter books. I truly enjoyed reading this book and can’t wait for the next.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed this page turner.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Needs editing
bucmjt More than 1 year ago
Red the Were Hunter by Rebekah R. Ganiere is a terrific story. Great plot, lovable characters, surprising twists. This one has it all. I really enjoyed it. A fast paced adult fantasy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved loved loved this story. How amazing to find out who and what she was as well as her true soul mate at the same time. Wonderful story line and well written also. Kept me glued to the book so that I read it in about 2 hours. Keep on doing your thing Rebekah.