Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Review: The Hunter

The Hunter The Hunter by Xandrie Kovak
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This story takes place in a parallel timeline to the last one I read. Because of this, I might have known how things were going to go down ahead of time, but it really didn’t hurt the story at all (especially since I took some time between books).

We left Claire as she made the disastrous decision to join the hunters. Sure, it was supposedly to help protect her mate, but who knows how much truth there was to that. She’s taken away to Australia where she’s thrust at a famous incubus for some much needed training. This training, however, would have worked better if she could actually feed off anyone other than her mate. It isn’t all wasted time, though, because she gets to perfect her chameleon abilities and make some interesting new friends along the way.

Lucas, however, doesn’t actually have the full story. He knows that his mate is starving herself to death without his feeding her, but doesn’t have all the information he needs to believe she’s not a horrible person. Ultimately it’s Claire’s BFF that ends up forcing her hand and getting her to run back to her mate. It might not have been the most pleasant reunion because they are both stubborn idiots. At least they’ve got chemistry! All in all, this read like the end of the series – is it? I have no clue, but I wish there was more!

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