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Hunter Claimed: (A Wereshifter Romance Novel) (Dark Wolf Enterprises Book 3) Kindle Edition
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What happens in Hunter Claimed will surprise you. I was shocked at some of the developments and decisions certain characters made. In the end it all worked out, but added a new development and direction for the series to go.
This was an emotional read with some twists and surprises, closer on the embezzlement, and new possibilities for all.
The emotional turmoil that happens with all the characters is intense. I found myself pulled into their lives and issues. It was great getting to go inside Hunter and see his fears, nightmares, and hatred towards vampires. As well as getting to see inside Asha and why she is determined to; become a vampire.
The relationship is a slow blossom; between Asha and Hunter. It was sweet. Their imprinting and bonding was different and played out nicely.
I had a delightful time reading Hunter Claimed and look forward to another installment in the Dark Wolf Enterprises series. If you enjoy paranormal romance and vampire wolf-shifter dynamics that are different, then you might enjoy this story.
Rated: 4 Stars
*Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy provided by Totally Bound Publishing with the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
Book three in the series, and I recommend you read books one, Dark Wolf Enterprises, and book two, Lover Claimed before you read this one. Not TOTALLY necessary, but I think you should.
And just like that, we are back up to 5 stars!
Hunter, cousin to the Farkas brothers, hates vampires. A rogue group killed his parents while he and his little sister, Ezie, had to watch. So when his Alpha brings in a vampire accounting firm to finally plug the leak, he isn't happy. It's their assistant though, that causes Hunter's wolf to come front and centre. Asha has only one goal: to prove that she is better than the sum of her parents, and the vampires will help her get it.
Oh I loved this one!! So much better than book two, and on a par with book one. I've no idea why book two didn't quite work, but there you go.
We finally get the whole story of who and WHY the vampire is embellishing and HOW they are doing it! And that's now all wrapped up in a big fat bow. Kinda. Sorta. Almost.
Hunter's wolf is very taken with Asha, and their coming together is powerful. We get that sucker punch kind of feeling when they look into each other's soul. I missed that in book two.
I loved the way it all played out between Hunter and Asha. I'm not going into any details, because that's spoilers. I didn't like Clarissa and what she did to Asha throughout the story and towards the end, especially but what she did, cost her dearly.
Hunter's sister is now missing. For a while, I thought Ezie was seeing the Alpha behind everyone's back, but that played out differently.
But the eldest brother, Andras, he still needs a story! I still think, that somehow it might be Ezie, but then there was that one line, when they all went to meet the head of the Vampire house that set all sorts of alarm bells ringing!
So, please, Ms Griffin! Will the Alpha get his story and how long will I have to wait!!
5 full stars
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Wolf shifter Hunter Arany is temporarily in charge of security and is not happy about having vampires working for them. He has a lot of very bad memories of what they can do.
This is the third book in a series that should be read in order because of the background story. Our hero is a bit distracted from a family affair that could be dangerous. Our heroine is in way over her head and is for some reason happy about it. Lots of tension between everyone and lies and danger everywhere. A great action filled addition to the series, and with a teaser at the end for the next story that I must have.
The author immediately pulls you in with the intro to Asha's childhood traumas. The reader is drawn in spite of self. The interaction between heroine and hero keeps the reader glued to story witnessing the social and emotional growth of both.
The book was well written and few grammatical errors. I loved the book and recommend it.