Sunday, June 23, 2013
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 370 pages
He's arrogant, domineering... To. Die. For.
Hunter is a ruthless killer. And the Department of Defense has him firmly in their grasp, which usually doesn't chafe too badly because he get to kill bad guys. Most of the time he enjoys his job. That is, until he's saddled with something he's never had to do before: protect a human from his mortal enemy.
Serena Cross didn't believe her best friend when she claimed to have seen the son of a powerful senator turn into something... unnatural. Who would? But then she witnesses her friend's murder at the hands of what can only be an alien, thrusting her into a world that will kill to protect their secret.
Hunter stirs Serena's temper and her lust despite their differences. Soon he's doing the unthinkable- breaking the rules he's lived by, going against the government to keep Serena safe. But are the aliens and the government the biggest threats to Serena's life... or is it Hunter?
Cover: I love the cover they did a great job whit it.
Main characters: I love Serena's temper it gets her in lots of trouble definitely with Hunter, and Hunter is an arrogant ass but some how I ended up liking him to.
Emotions: This book had me saying just kiss her already, Hunter be a man, and I think oh with he's an alien he might kill her. It will irritate you to no end but in a good way. Their is some good steamy scenes to that will get the blood flowing.
Thing I love about this book: I love that their is never a dull moment in this book. Theirs always something going on and lots of action.
Would I recommend it: Yes if you like a good Paranormal Romance with a good story line you will love this one.
Rating: I'm giving this one five stars, I loved it.
Content: Their is some mild sexual content and some profanity.
Books similar to that you may like: Obsidian ( Lux #1) by Jennifer L. Armentrout , Tremble by Jus Accardo , The collector by Victoria Scott , Storm ( Elemental #1) by Brigid Kemmerer .