- File Size: 904 KB
- Print Length: 326 pages
- Publication Date: October 26, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0765WHH2L
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,562 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Dark Hunter is the 4th book in the Zeta Cartel and I loved this book! Dark Hunter is easily my favorite book out of Zeta series. It is a dark book to read. Make sure you read the Warning and if you don’t like any of the contents in the warning don’t read this book. But, I LOVED it!
This is Rip Marston and Isabella Maria Franco’s story. Rip is a killer (and is the Dark Hunter) and he joins the Zeta Cartel. Isabella (aka Morgan) is badly beaten by the betraying Gulf Cartel that she grew up in. She is found by Rip. He helps her heal and decides he wants to keep her. She is terrified that she will be discovered as someone from the rival cartel and that the Zeta Cartel will kill her. Now I will let you read this book to find out the rest of the story. Dark Hunter is a page turner, full of action, suspense and twists.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. 5 + Stars. I highly enjoyed this book.
This is the 4th in the Zeta Cartel series. It can be read as a stand alone but there are characters from other books and I am glad I have read them all (it was really cool to see Kyle, the "hero" from The Bonus, from a new perspective). It brings together Rip, ostensibly a serial killer, and Morgan, an escapee from the Zeta's rival cartel. Rip was once a normal, even privileged young man who lost his family in one fell swoop due to a ridiculously greedy act of another, and Morgan (AKA Isabella) who left the cartel she grew up in to lead a "normal" life only to be excluded by the normal people she wanted to be like. After a series of egregious retaliatory reactions from an ex, Morgan is found very badly beaten and injured by Rip, who had traded asylum with Arturo in exchange for working on contract for the Zeta cartel. Rip's experiences since losing his family have turned him into a cold and calculating assassin who others find difficult to be around.....he's very attractive, but the cold bleeds through every time, which is making it difficult for him to settle in. So when he stumbles onto Morgan, he sees taking care of her as an opportunity to seem slightly more human and less like the monster he knows himself to be.
The story leads us through Rip's "job" for the Zeta's, how it intertwines with Morgan's past, showcases his "hunting" skills and to 2 people, seemingly opposite, yet perhaps not so much, who begin to care for each other and even change in ways that aren't truly change but bringing them at least partially back to who they used to be before fate interfered. As always, I find the writing smart, informed on current events and other current "stuff". I love this series!!
I have loved everything AJ Adams has written - have read every book multiple times....Dark Hunter will be no exception!
PS: If you haven't already, read The Degas Girl (love, love this book), Deliverance (awesome and relevant, plus related lightly to The Bonus), and the Prydain series!
As with most of Ms. Adams' books, despite the darkness, there is an oddly hopeful light cast on the plot, and I couldn't help but cheer Rip on as he rediscovers his humanity...or does he. ;-) A serial killer is an unlikely hero, but his story/character arc works. I got a taste of his descent into darkness, and his return toward light is beautifully crafted and utterly believable.
The heroine is similarly well-crafted. She's quite different than a lot of the other females in the Zeta Cartel books. Not quite so hands-on badass, yet she is definitely strong in her own way. She endures much grief and abuse, and while she turns to Rip for security, she does so out of a instinct for survival that trumps any attempt to end her life. She knows the score, and does what she needs to do to survive.
Again, the story arc on Dark Hunter is well-paced, and totally on point. I was able to submerse myself in the world of the Zetas with little to no cause to pop out of it, except when work was calling, or you know, the need to sleep.
This is definitely R to X rated, due to graphic violence and dubious consent, as well as coarse language. Not for the faint of heart. There is doubtless plenty of trigger material, so readers beware.
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Dark Hunter (Zetas #4) is another dark and twisted read by A.J. Adams. I cannot decide if I should be petrified of AJ Adams or love her.Read more