Review: Lunar Exposure (On the Hunt #4) by Shona Husk

March 18, 2014 Review 0

Review:  Lunar Exposure (On the Hunt #4) by Shona Husk

Bounty hunter Callen wants to capture Noga—a terrorist—both for the money and for revenge. But catching a criminal on the sensual resort of Decadent Moon without giving in to all the destination’s sexual pleasures is harder than it seems.

Haliday is the darling of the media, a socialite known as much for her casual relationships as she is for her charitable donations. No one knows she hunts down criminals.

Lust and ambition clash, and Callen and Haliday will have to find a way to work together, despite the distraction of their passionate bond. To succeed they must trust each other, something neither Callen nor Haliday is willing to do.

Title: Lunar Exposure
Author: Shona Husk
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Lunar Exposure, Saved by the Trickster, Lunar Reunion, Lunar Dancer
Source: Publisher
Published: May 10, 2013
Genres: Erotic Sci Fi Romance
Pages: 73
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: four-flames

Two bounty hunters after the bounty will have to work together in order to succeed but that would require that they trust each other something neither is willing to do.

This fast paced plot keeps reader’s adrenaline pumping with action, suspense and sexual tension. The author paints a vivid picture of the setting and the characters making it easy for the reader to feel as if they are part of the story.  The characters are strong, compelling and grab the reader’s attention from the very beginning.

The chemistry between Callen and Haliday explodes from the pages and the frequent sex scenes scorch the reader with their vibrant intensity.  The relationship however might be more than they were expecting, some hot sex and then be on their way should be easy right? They both have secrets that makes thing a little difficult for their scenario.

This is an enjoyable quick read that stimulates the senses and captures the imaginations with some fascinating characters and the setting promises lots of future potential for a decadent read, however I do wish it had been just a little longer.

Lunar Exposure
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