Title: Hunter Sacrificed
His vow to save mankind turns him into the father of the damned…
Arawn, Lord of the Underworld, is faced with the hardest decision of his long life. Because of his neglect, humans are suffering…but his vow to make things right could cost him everything he holds dear.
Minerva, the Goddess of Love, holds his heart and soul, except the act he must now commit might very well destroy their love.
But his sacrifice doesn’t go far enough to end the humans’ agony. It compounds it—and turns him into a pawn. He cannot renege on his deal with the Triad, but he can avenge those he’s wronged.
To do that, he’ll need every one of his Huntsmen to win the greatest game of all time—the Wild Hunt.
Warning: Goodness and light vs. sacrifice and darkness. Seriously, what could possibly go wrong?
Author: Nancy Corrigan
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Mist Unveiled, Bridged by Love, Hunter Betrayed, Treasured Find
Series: Wild Hunt
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Hunter Betrayed, Hunter Forsaken, Hunter Mourned
Published by Samhain Publishing Source: Publisher
Published: November 3rd 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Have a mentioned how much I love PNR’s? No? I LOVE PNR’s!!!! I love escaping into a new world filled with wonder, power, Gods, demigods, angels, fairies…(sigh). I think the thing I love most about them is the way the author creates the new world and literally brings you with them.
Expect to be slightly confused when you first start this one. There is a lot of information that needs to be put out there in order to get this series off and running. But once you can wrap your head around the different worlds (Heaven, Hell and Earth) and which Gods rule where, you’ll be just as hooked as I am. I can’t wait for this to really blossom.
You can’t help but feel for the Lord of the Underworld, Arawn. Although he was chosen to watch over the underworld, he must sacrifice many things in order to save those he’s responsible for. Will his sacrifices be worth it in the end? I hope so, because everyone deserves love or duty.