Monday, February 25, 2013

Hunter by Cheree Alsop

Hunter, the sixth book of the Silver Series, is about Dray, a werewolf who feels trapped and alone in his small farming town. He struggles to find his place and fit in despite his differences, then Dray’s world is shaken when a cute girl shows up the same time as a vengeful wild werewolf pack. With Jaze’s help, Dray fights to protect his town, but when Jaze is in trouble, Dray puts everything on the line to help the werewolves who changed his life.

Hunter is about finding the courage to step into the unknown. It is a story of risking life for love, and discovering the truth about one’s self in the heart of adversity.

Tifferz Take~
I have really enjoyed this series. I am always amazed at how Ms. Alsop can craft a story that has me hooked within the first few pages. I was so thrilled to read Hunter. As we get to see  how things go for Gem from Azure. I am truly empowered when I read about Gem and her outlook on life is so different than I would have pictured. Now Dray is isolated until he meets the new girl in school, Gem! Dray is always looking out for others and that is something you don't come across very often. Dray is so likeable and just a good old farm boy! One of my favorite scenes is the bailing hay with the tractor. It was sweet and fun! I will tell you all that  I was impressed with the ending and how Dray put himself out to protect those he loves. Which changes his life forever! Ms. Alsop does an amazing job with character development and keeping up with past characters!  I was surprised many times when I thought things were going to turn out one way and then I got thrown for a loop and things went a totally different direction. I simply could not get enough of this book!  I do look forward to seeing Mouse get his story. I know I will not be disappointed. This story is not to be missed it is jam packed with first love, adventure, some thrilling fight scenes and much much more. 
I truly hope you enjoy this read as much as I did!

Just FYI~ this does contain some violence.

source~author for review

you can pick up the kindle book here

You can pick up the paperback here

for more info on Cheree Alsop click here

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