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- File Size : 4617 KB
- Publication Date : March 24, 2015
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 205 pages
- Publisher : Mandolin Park (March 24, 2015)
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00SNTLD4W
- Lending : Enabled
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Series: Yes (The Bang Shift Series Book 2)
Hunter is book two in the Bang Shift series. It follows a group of government hired bad boys behind the façade of car mechanics. Although, the books can be read as standalones, in order to gain the proper insight into come conversations, it would be beneficial to read them in order.
Hunter Anderson isn’t proud of his past. He worked for a dangerous man under an alias trying to protect his little sister from any repercussions of his lifestyle. When he decided to give up the life of crime, he returned to his hometown and joined the Bang Shift crew, always looking over his shoulder for his past to find him.
Maya Carmichael is being stalked and harassed by an ex boyfriend. When things escalate to a point where she legitimately fears for her safety, her best friend, Heather suggests they head to see her brother for a while. Maya is afraid to go see Heather’s brother, but she agrees. Of course, when they arrive and Hunter finds out what has happened, he’s angry and not hospitable at all. Heather returns to school after a few days, but Maya has to remain behind in the hopes of finding out more information on her ex. The same ex, who Hunter realizes has ties to his previous employer.
As they spend more time together, the attraction they have for one another grows. Although he tries to deny his feelings for her, and she is hesitant to get involved with another ‘bad boy’, they give into their desires. What follows their fall are some of the hottest scenes I’ve read lately.
There is a lot of suspense and turns in Hunter. I was wrapped up in trying to figure out the connection the guys found between Maya and the crime boss Hunter fled from. When her loyalty is questioned, he lashes out at her. When the truth is finally revealed, will it be too late for Hunter to make things right or will Maya be able to forgive him and take a chance on happiness with her ‘bad boy’?
This is a great series with hot, alpha male lead characters and the women they drawn to. A definite must read series.
and all I can say about him while thinking about him is...hot damn...
anyway, <b>the story starts as usual</b> - we have our <b>heroine</b>, a college student <b>Maya</b> running scared from a stun/shit her ex-boyfriend pulled and she seeks refuge with her roomate and a friend <b>Heather</b>, who actually calls her older brother (previously mentioned hunk <b>Hunter</b>)for help.
and then everything develops and it wraps you so fast, you don't really have the time to look up and everything falls into it's place again - the dialog is logical, funny, intriguing, the interacion between Hunter and Maya is real and palpable</b> (and the build up, especaily) and it works..the action sequences are developed and detailed (not that I'm any expert BUT hey I watched SPEED with Keanu Reeves like a hundered times, so that makes me a kinda of an expert, a connoseur of a sort!!!), and the twist...while it unravels...it's like a full blooded action movie LOL
it was quite pleasurable and fun to read