5 stars · Historical · Regency · Romance · St. Martin's Press · Uncategorized

The Hunter (Victorian Rebels #2)



By Kerrigan Byrne

A scandalous proposal.

As one of London’t most elite hunters, Christopher Argent never misses his mark and always gets his man. But when his latest target turns out to be a woman—the popular, and stunningly beautiful, actress Millie LeCour—it turns his whole world upside-down. Overwhelmed by the heat that simmers between them, Christopher can’t complete his mission. On the contrary, he’ll do anything to save Millie’s life—even if it means risking his own…

A dangerous passion…

When she learns what Christopher was hired to do, Millie is torn between the fear in her heart and the fire in her soul. Putting herself in this dangerous man’s arms may be her only path to safety—but giving in to her desire may be the deadliest mistake she’s ever made. With both of their lives in jeopardy, Millie and Christopher must learn to trust the real feelings they’re hiding—to find the true love they’re looking for…

My review

I hesitated between four and five stars, I liked the book less than the previous book in the series, but I liked it more than most four star books hence the five star rating. I had some issues with Christopher, the fact that he has a complete disregard for human life is explained by this childhood, but nevertheless hard to accept. He changes thanks to Millie (whom I loved), but it took me a long time to warm up to him. The writing was once more flawless and engaging, I can’t wait for the next book in the series (especially after reading the preview at the end of the book)…


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