BOOK REVIEW: Hunter by Lauren Dawes #paranormalromance #kindleunlimited

Hunter is still mourning the death of his mate, but being the alpha of the Alfheim pack and raising his young daughter alone has left him very little time to grieve. Refusing help, he struggles to find the balance he needs to be the ruler his pack demands, but also the father his daughter needs.

After a run in with a rogue wolf, Ava is thrown into a strange new world where her life as a pediatric surgeon in Seattle is nothing but a distant memory. Forced to remain in the Alfheim pack until she’s cleared to return to the only life she’s ever known, she’s put up in the alpha’s house, but finds herself unable to ignore the arrogant, prickly male who pushes all her buttons and inflames her heart.

Hunter is a short, stand alone story. 

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MY REVIEW – 5 stars!

Hunter may be a short read, but it still packs a punch… drama, romance, and an incredibly stubborn alpha.

What could possibly go wrong?


Hunter is so determined his mate was the only woman for him, he does everything he can to push Ava away. Even after his mother puts the woman right under his nose, he still lashes out in anger and frustration. The times we’re in Hunter’s head, it’s like being on a roller coaster with his emotions swinging from one extreme to another as he fights himself and his need for Ava.

A turned wolf, Ava only wanted one thing, to gain control so she could return to her life. She never expected to fall for a growly alpha. Despite her strength of character and her determination, she has her weak moments.

If you like drama, alphas who fight their own instincts, and a happily-ever-after, pick up your copy of Hunter today… you won’t be able to put it down.

*Disclaimer: I purchased/borrowed a copy from Amazon. The author did not request this review. The review above is only my opinion.

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