An Alisa Review: Hunter by Dakota Storm

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Rating:  2.5 stars out of 5

 

Sexy-as-sin bounty hunter Hunter Jones lives, eats, and breathes his next case. He’s always been content to live his life on the road with no attachments and no one to answer to. Love is for other people. But when he stops in a small town for a little R&R and meets up with a fellow bounty hunter to review a case, he runs into the man of his wet dreams. Hunter isn’t ready for love, but Van turns his head and heart upside down.

 

Donovan “Van” Madsen has it all: a lucrative business, a close-knit family, and a best friend. But something is missing. Van always dreamed of finding the “one,” but never thought it would happen … until Hunter.

 

The mutual attraction is instant and intense between the two men. Neither can say goodbye.

 

When trouble brews and Van is kidnapped, Hunter realizes life is too short to not take what he wants. In this action-packed romance, both men’s lives are on the line and their love might not be enough to save them.

 

Eh, this was an okay story.  Van has been hoping he would find the one and when he connects with Hunter he thinks he may have.  Hunter has always been a loner but knows there is something different about Van than anyone he has been with before.

 

We see both of the characters’ thoughts and actions.  The characters’ actions and thoughts really reminded me of shifter mate stories, which is all well and good, but didn’t really fit for me.  I understand instant attraction but their reactions to each other seemed completely extreme and I just couldn’t understand what was going through their heads and it just didn’t really work for me.

 

The cover art by Written Ink Designs is great and catches your eye.

 

Sales Links: JMS Books | Amazon | B&N

 

Book Details:

ebook, 113 pages

Published: February 11, 2017 by JMS Books

ISBN: 9781634863193

Edition Language: English

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