Review: Hunt (Spotless #2) by Bailey Bradford

July 24, 2014 Review 1

Review: Hunt (Spotless #2) by Bailey Bradford

Steven was on a mission he knew could cost him his life, but instead he might find himself truly living for the first time.

Steven has spent his life protecting his brother Adal and serving their sadistic father, Bashuan, as a means of bargaining for both of their lives. He’s done things no man should have to do, things no shifter should have to do. Throughout it all, Bashuan has hated him and Adal for being halfbreeds, part puma and part leopard. Doesn’t matter that Bashuan is responsible for their mixed blood. There’s no logic to his hatred.

But Adal has found a mate, and Steven is going to make sure his brother gets the opportunity to live out a normal shifter life with the man. He’s going to try his best, anyway. Steven is aware that Bashuan may win, that evil could triumph the new-found good in Steven’s life. He’s seen it happen—good guys don’t always survive.

What Steven forgets is that he’s not nor has he ever been the good guy, and the Fates have a reward for him that will break the rules of all known shifter matings. They’re sending him not one, but two mates, and both men will fight with him and for him—and nothing will keep them from Steven.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of BDSM and references to past physical abuse.

Title: Hunt
Author: Bailey Bradford
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Ropes and Dreams, Nischal , Whirlwind, Sabin
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: July 4, 2014
Genres: BDSM, Erotic Paranormal Romance, Male Male Romance
Pages: 200
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: five-flames

Steven will do whatever it takes to protect his brother in this riveting m/m shifter romance. To protect Adal, Steven knows he will have to kill their father and he expects to die and he’s okay with that because he’s done things no man should have to do. But what he doesn’t expect is that the fates have a reward for him that breaks all the rules of known shifter matings. They are sending not one but two mates who will fight with him and nothing will keep them from Steven.

This fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps readers shivering in anticipation with lots of suspense, drama and passion as Shaun and Cole work hard at convincing Steven that he deserves happiness too.  The author paints vivid images of every scene with well written details that capture the imagination and the well orchestrated suspense and drama draw the readers deeper into the story. The strong compelling characters invite the reader to join them as they embark on a journey of emotional healing as well as destroying an evil that must be stopped before it destroys even more lives.

The attraction Steven feels for his two wolves takes him by surprise and radiates from every page and the frequent sex scenes including some BDSM elements are a fiery inferno of passion. The reader can’t help but get caught up in the story as Steven who is such a strong alpha male but yet insecure because of past abuse tries to work through all of his conflicting emotions and accept that he has two mates and that he can have a HEA.

The added suspense and excitement from all the attempts on Steven’s life as lots of spice to the emotional story and the reader will find themselves moved to tears at one point or another. The fascinating world and captivating characters keeps growing and ensuring that the reader wants to know more, so really how could I not be looking forward to the next book in the series?

 

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