The Hunt (A Hard Love Romance Book 3) Kindle Edition
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“In the end, some of your greatest pain become your greatest strengths.”
I found Monica James years and years ago when she had just started writing and no matter what book she has written, her voice has always transported me on her carefully crafted journeys. After meeting Hunter in Dixon’s books, I always knew that this book was going to be a riot and Monica James did not disappoint. This enemies to lover’s romance will have you laughing out loud as well as swooning and smiling like an idiot. Hunter for all his crassness and having no filter makes for entertaining reading and despite his constant foot in mouth problem you cannot help but love him.
Hunter is the last man standing of the three friends, Finch is still pu**y-whipped and being Dad of the Year and of course our Dixon is getting married, so Hunter feels the need to take over the mantle of manho and take one for the team. However, this life is getting old, especially when the woman he so desperately wants cannot stand the sight of him. However, there is a fine line between love and hate.
“I don’t kiss…”
“’Cause I don’t want you falling in love with me.”
Since the moment that Mary and Hunter met, battle lines were drawn, and this fiery redhead could spar with the best of them. Mary’s forked tongue, quick wit and poisonous barbs are her armour for her heart, a heart that was battered by the one man she thought would be her forever. Now permanently scarred this woman is not letting any man in, especially a manho like Hunter.
Hunter and Mary’s interactions are hilarious and these two certainly know how to poke the fire underneath one and other. Monica James really brought Hunter to life and this larger than life character became one that played out in glorious technicolour before me. I was like the voyeur looking in, witnessing the battles, feeling that scorching chemistry and just waiting for both of them to realise that together they could seriously make music. Hunter has never been in love, never had a girlfriend so this is virgin territory for him, but for a man with no experience he certainly makes up for it in other departments.
“…And you, Hunter… are something else. You take my breath away, and I’m afraid I’ll forget how to breathe on my own.”
The push and pull was highly entertaining, the dialogue was hilarious, and the character connection was on point. Not too heavy on the angst, this was all about the couple and breaking down those barriers, restoring confidences and knowing that no matter your past, when you find “the one” there is nothing you can do about it, the heart wants who the heart wants. With some hot and heavy scenes, Monica James really cements these two as a couple and with work shenanigans bringing an interesting side story there is something for everyone. One of the most entertaining enemies to lovers I have read.
“A simple look can convey a million words they say, but this only suggests one—fight…for the one you…love.”
THE HUNT is Hunter's story, one that I have been dying to sink my teeth into, and Monica James exceeded all of my expectations with this one. She certainly knows how to keep her reader interested with her amusing storyline. Dixon and Maddy are getting married, and sworn frenemies, Hunter and Mary are thrown together as best man and matron of honour. What ensues is an hilarious story full of flirting, sarcasm, miscommunications and some extremely HOT and STEAMY scenes.
Hunter is the quizessential man-whore - love them and leave them - that's his eternal motto. There is a reason for him being this way and when he finally voices it, it came as a bit of a shock (well to me anyway). He's happy how he is and not ashamed to admit to his many conquests. Mary is Maddy's best friend - a woman who has been scorned in the past and now suffers from trust issues. She is simply amazing, fiesty, gorgeous and totally versed on Hunter and his habits. But both of them hide a secret, will they be brave enough to share it?
This story is full of sexy innuendos, chemistry that is way of the charts and saucy scenes that will absolutely take your breath away. Interwoven within this story is another involving two work colleagues of Hunter's, Kiera (oh how I hated that woman) and Mr Gail (another low life). A little bit of mystery, added to a story that was already brilliant.
This was a wonderful read, so totally enjoyable. Another piece of magic from Monica. This woman has such a way with her words that she keeps her readers wanting so many more of them. She continually hits her target everytime, so I definitely know that when I pick up one of her books I'm in for one awesome ride. This book is an ABSOLUTE MUST READ, highly recommended.
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5 Stars from me!
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