- Paperback: 172 pages
- Publisher: New Concepts Publishing (October 16, 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1586088491
- ISBN-13: 978-1586088491
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.4 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,991,343 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Mighty Hunter Paperback – October 16, 2006
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Rating: Contains graphic sexual content, adult language, and violence.
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Top Customer Reviews
Bridget was an ok character, smart and strong-willed like most of Pillow's female leads, but she was also irritating. She believes everyone when told about her circumstances, but insists that she really doesn't and needs evidence again and again and again, which stops me from giving this book five stars, because it gets exasperating. I did understand her being upset however; who's say how anyone would react if they found out all their friends were dead, you could never see land again, and that you'd be stuck living underwater for eternity? She's also not a housewife, and doesn't want to be one so I can also understand her not wanting to just give in and accept this new life without trying to find something she can enjoy (especially since its for eternity!).
I really liked the first of this series, great characters, and some hot scenes. Perhaps the other works will explain what happens with the Olympians since, although they seemed concerned about their hidden passageway, and Bridget begins working on making their 'special' food, there's no further mention of it.
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!
I love this book Bridget is a heart warming character who just wants to explore, Caderyn is the hero he was adorable to me, here you have this hunter who is a merr man who is strong but treats Bridget so gentle. Avery good read love the strolling and the journey the author takes us on, the ending was so cute and funny and the sex between them was awe-some with two people that love each other. If your a fan of Michelle M. Pillow and you know her books and style then this one will not disappoint. If you never read her books before I'm sure you would like this story also give her other books a try.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like the flow of the story line.
I would recommend this to anyone who likes sci-fi.