My kind of heroine!

Hunter Reborn - Katie Reus

First of all I must say I love the cover. It fits the heroine to a T and I also like that it's not the usual albeit good looking half-naked man that shows it's a paranormal. To me it says "the heroine here is a kick-a$$ supernatural wonder." Anyways, as far as the story, the beginning was a little discombobulated to me, perhaps because it takes me a little time to get into the story but I felt it was too many characters thrown in at once. Of course they have all been part of the series so far but still, it was too much for me to handle. Once the action settled down a bit, I got into the story a lot more easily. Reus has a knack for keeping the physical tension between characters in check, and this was no exception. Even though Aiden and Larissa were mates and had bounded in the past they did not jump at each other at the fist chance they got. There had to be a rebuild of trust of sorts and Aiden handled the situation perfectly -oh, how I loved the man for that.
The fact that there was kind of a secondary romance storyline made the whole even better. At one point I thought perhaps she'd knock two birds with one stone because the other couple was also hawt! But alas, it was not meant to happen in this book. I cannot wait for their story to happen.
Now, there were other times when I felt there were a few cliches happening, and the dialogue felt a bit flat, specially when it came to the villains but truly, not enough to deter from the overall enjoyment of the story. All in all, I will definitely continue reading the series and I recommend it to fans of PNR that like suspense mixed in their stories.

++I was gifted a copy of this story in exchange for an honest review++


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