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The Mighty Hunter Paperback – October 16, 2006
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"Michelle M. Pillow writes an intriguing and enjoyable tale with THE MIGHTY HUNTER...a pleasing way to spend an evening." -- Sinclair Reid, Romance Reviews Today, June 2006
"Michelle Pillow did an absolutely fabulous job writing this story, with its visual depiction of an underground world, made me want to jump in the ocean and find it myself!" -- Stacey, JERR, May 2006
"an interesting novel (that) should appeal to readers interested in mythology, and merfolk.The merpeople are well-characterized, and this impelled a deeper interest in the story. They're not simply one-dimensional story props." -- Annie, Joyfully Reviewed
"chocked full of a combination of ancient lore and legend, spine chilling drama and deep-seated lust that will keep your belly churning throughout the entire length of this wonderful tale." -- Erotic Escapades, 2006
"truly worth reading with an ending that will leave readers overwhelmed with a sensational feeling." -- Shayley, FAR, April 2006
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Rating: Contains graphic sexual content, adult language, and violence.
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I can not imagine the fear that Bridget must of felt when she fell into water and started sinking. Then to wake up in the unknown. I guess it was lucky that she was a scientist because this should be ever scientist dream.
Caderyn was this sexy Merr. I can not imagine how lucky he felt to have brought a human female to his world and she survive but the fear he must of felt of the fear of rejection. He wanted her for himself.
There is so much back and forth between Bridget and Caderyn. Bridget is highly attracted to him but is scared he is not attracted to her. She has also hurt his feelings. Their relationship truly is on and off again.
It truly was an interesting story and glad I got a chance to read the story.
Caderyn is a hunter from Ataran. He and his team are hunting a monster called a Scylla. It attacks boats and sinks them. But before he and his teammates can get it. The Scylla strikes again. Now in Ataran woman are rare so then 2 are sinking to their deaths they most be saved if at all possible.
I live the world miss pillow thought up with the Merr and the Olympians. Their both Merr people but their thinking is completely different.
The Olympians are where the sailors get the story of half fish woman pulling them under water to die.
Clearly Bridget and Caderyn are not from the same place and time so they think completely different and her not on the same page with dealing with each other. It makes for a very hard start to a relationship lol
this book was was a great mix of action, drama, with miss pillow normal hot and steamy times tossed in.
I loved it and can't wait to read more on the series.
Caderyn the Hunter has longed to find a wife to live out the loneliness of his life. An ancient curse set long ago, Caderyn and his people are forced to remain in the abyss in the submerged city. They are Merr people and though they live forever, they wish to share their forever with someone they love.The Merr people live within the abyss and suffer from one key issue: loneliness. Forced to live within the ocean, they do not have the capability of meeting new men and women who may want to be their wives. As the hunters patrol the waters for threats, they are ordered to try and save any women who is close to drowning and bring them to the city to live. Caderyn has finally found and saved a women from certain death but how can he convince his hard headed scientist that they are in fact underwater.
This was a fun and interesting read. I enjoyed the fact that we had Merr people as I have yet to read a book involving mermaids. It was great fun and made me, of course, think of The Little Mermaid. It was easy to relate to Bridget as she could not possibly believe all of what Caderyn told her especially given the scientific nature of her thinking. I found her intriguing and albeit a little annoying at times, but it worked with her character.
Caderyn was an interesting character and while he was described as eye candy, I really had no feel for him as a character. He seemed like a statue with little to no feelings or emotions. In the end, it was easier to see how he did have some emotions but they were poorly executed in my opinion, as I never quite felt he wanted a wife as much as he claimed too in the beginning.
It was also very confusing how the whole “you are now my wife” thing came up when Bridget denounced Caderyn as her guardian. I still don’t quite understand what that was all about and it could really use some more explanations. Furthermore, though they touched on the whole children concept, not much was revealed and it really bothered me because I was curious as to what was wrong that did not allow them to really reproduce. Especially given how the book ended.
Nevertheless, it was still an interesting read which I enjoyed and enjoyed enough that I still picked up the second book because I want to see what will happen to our other hunters!
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Bridget is a scientist and doing a study of deep sea animals but when they find a strange clothed man in water things...Read more
I like the flow of the story line.
I would recommend this to anyone who likes sci-fi.