The hunt is not over!
The story of Samantha Green (Blood Hunters Book One)continues in this fast-paced, utterly absorbing new series. Red Hunter, book one of the Blood Hunters series, takes up the story where the Immortal Blood series ended, yet is a complete stand-alone series that does not require prior knowledge of the Immortal Blood series.
For a second, Samantha, ‘Sam’, Green thought she could finally put her past behind her and concentrate on the future. She thought she was being given a second chance and that something exciting was looming ahead. But with a past like hers, she really couldn’t have a future until those wanting to kill her were dead, or even then…
Nothing in Sam’s new life is what it seems. She’s being tossed around with the evil twins Alexander and Benjamin, the drool-worthy fighters assigned to take her vampire instincts to a whole new level. Dane and Sam … their relationship can only be described as complicated. In an epic way. And Kieran, sweet, blue-eyed servant, friend, and something like a little brother to Sam, is drawn into the middle of a game that the lunatic master vampires are steering arbitrarily.
Can Sam survive or is she only a pawn in a delusional game that no one can win? Can she beat her enemies at their own game without losing herself on the way? And what happens when she is introduced to the Hunter society?
“I just don’t know if we’re too broken to be fixed.”
Red Hunter by Jennifer Loiske
What I like the most is Jennifer Loiske’s writing is her right to the point delivery. She does not waste words but hand selects them to fit the content ever so perfectly.
I am a great fan of everything and anything that this author has written. That being said, I have come to enjoy the hot vampires with their indescribable good looks and edgy attitudes.
I love the main characters demeanor followed by her fragile exterior. She is many things. Complicated and other worldly. And yet I relate to her so perfectly. She is everything I strive to be an more. Well, leaving out the blood sucking. I would pass on that aspect. Just a personal preference.
There is power in the writing and this book, Red Hunter is no exception. Jennifer Loiske calls it as it is. I love a strong female lead and maybe that is what draws me in. These books have something special and whether you like a blood thirsty demon or not, I highly recommend checking these books out yourself. Can’t imagine a better escape. Not even James Bond can hold a candle to the irresistible Dane.
“Dane was so quiet and I wondered what was going on inside of his head. Did he regret coming with me or was he happy here? Okay, him being happy right now was probably a lost hope since even I couldn’t actually say I was happy. Not when my future lay wide open and I wasn’t sure if that was so good thing. I decided to push my luck and carefully slid my fingers between his. He didn’t pull his hand away, which was a small victory, so I pushed a bit more and leaned my head on his shoulder. He froze, but let me stay there.”
Jennifer Loiske lives in Finland in Naantali, which is a small sunny town at the southwest coast. She is a workaholic Teen/Young Adult author, a lover of dark fantasy, teen movies, chips and candies and warm sunny days. Jennifer is a huge supporter of a charity work and a big part of her royalties goes to charity, too. Mainly to help families with epileptic children but also to the epilepsy units in the hospitals.
More about Jennifer: www.roguehouse.net