- File Size: 1368 KB
- Print Length: 198 pages
- Publisher: Hostile Whispers Press, LLC; 1 edition (June 13, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071HPRKD8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,118 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Hunter (Brawlers Book 4) Kindle Edition
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That being said, I have been looking out for this book FOREVER! Hunter is an adorable klutz that you just want to hug. Fast pace and ALL the characters come together to face off what has been building since the beginning of their stories. A beautiful closure to the Brawlers Chapter and a start to the Executioners.
I loved how, unlike the other Brawlers where their history made them how they are, Hunter's Klutzy ways are just a part of him. its not a reaction to something that happened to him, its just a part of what makes him. I really enjoyed that change here. You wont regret picking up Hunter and reading of his, Linus and Wren's journey.
In saying that... I loved Psycho, Tank and Elijah, and also Hunter, so I wanted to see
him have some happy.
So, in this one... Hunter gets asked out by the cop that's been sitting outside Brawlers for the last year... He's insecure and has low self-esteem, which is understandable when you hear about all the guys who put him down because of one thing or another, his body type or how fuzzy he is. I think that'd be cute. Anyway, Wren asks him out and he enjoys the date, but he realizes he may have hut Linus in the process. Now, apparently Hunter is clueless, because everyone knew that Linus was in love with him...everyone but him.
Now, there's a lot of action in this one. Dirty, bigoted cops and vigilantes and commandos.... there was a lot there to work with, meanwhile, the three guys try to figure out the workings of a triad.
It was sweet and I loved how the guys were with Hunter, he needed sweet and gentle I feel like.
One problem I had though, was.... Hunter, in other books, couldn't walk five steps without nearly killing himself... but, he had no problems in this one. He burnt dinner once, but that was it. He was perfectly normal and not the clumsy guy they made him out to be for the last two or three books.
Its not a big deal, but that's what made him so vulnerable to me. You couldn't help but wanna take care of him. In this one, he was just insecure....
Other than that though, I really enjoyed the story and I loved the ending. Hot guys with kids are my kryptonite. Not my favorite in the series, but... I enjoyed it.
I really hope to see Harper get her story and maybe Derrick too. Really looking forward to the Executioners.
4 stars from me.
Hunter is dating Wren, Linus gets shot and when Hunter and Wren go to see him Wren just starts making out with Linus...like wtf? I had to flip backwards just to make sure I didn't accidentally skip a whole chapter cuz I'm pretty dang sure that up until that point Linus and Wren hadn't said more than a handful of words to each other so seriously, wtf?
The whole Linus/cop operation thing felt really jumbled and glazed over as well, the author treated it like it was something we should've already known all the details about despite having never mentioned it before.
I'm normally pretty forgiving with errors and speedy plots but this book just had too much of both for me to rate it higher than three stars and, honestly, even three stars is pretty generous, if this was the first book I read by this author and I didn't have any previous attachments to these characters I probably would've only given it two stars max.
I appreciate the author releasing books quickly and not making us wait months for new installments to this series but I'd prefer to wait an extra month or so if it would mean less errors and a more fleshed out plot. I will still most likely purchase books from this series in the future but I really hope we can get a boost in quality or this may be a series I give up on.
The other issue is though the formatting was fixed, Amazon will send you a fixed copy if you ask them, the editing still is off. Sometimes it's not clear who is speaking, and words are missing or misspelled. Please get a proofreader, even not a professional, maybe just a friend who can say hey this doesn't make sense or I think this part is wrong. Sometimes it takes an outside perspective to see the errors, rather than just the author who wrote it cause the author knows how it should be and their brain doesn't catch the little mistakes.
However, I must say editing aside, I have been hooked since the very first Twirled book and I eagerly await the next book. This author has great story lines.
I get a lot of enjoyment from the Brawlers series. There's a lot of fun watching these rough-and-tough men work out their issues before finally finding their Happily Ever After. Here we have quiet and slightly shy Hunter. He's had a thing for the new police officer, Wren, but he also has been very much attracted to his close friend Linus. But Hunter doesn't have the toned body the others do, and he sports a lot of body hair, so he figures he's not attractive. Well, not to these two men. Both Linus and Wren want Hunter. Linus is kicking himself for not acting on his attraction to Hunter and watching Wren steal him away, and Wren is jealous of Linus because Hunter is already close to him. Watching these three work out their issues is very much fun indeed.
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For some reason I'm not as invested in the relationship between Wren, Linus and Hunter. I kind of liked Hunter more in the previous books.Read more