The Renegade Hunter
The Argeneau family has a secret . . . one of their own is a rogue vampire! Nicholas Argeneau was once a successful hunter who went after rogue vampires who broke the immortal law. Except no one has mentioned his name in the last fifty years, not since he turned into a rogue himself. But once... show more
The Argeneau family has a secret . . . one of their own is a rogue vampire! Nicholas Argeneau was once a successful hunter who went after rogue vampires who broke the immortal law. Except no one has mentioned his name in the last fifty years, not since he turned into a rogue himself. But once a hunter, always a hunter. When Nicholas sees a bloodthirsty sucker terrifying a woman, it's second nature for him to come to her rescue. He had no idea he would also want to kiss her senseless . . . One minute Josephine Willan is taking in a breath of fresh air, and the next sharp fangs are heading straight for her neck! Luckily, a gorgeous stranger saves her life . . . and gets locked up for his troubles. Can a man who kisses so lovingly and passionately really have committed the crime he's accused of? Jo isn't so sure . . . and she's determined to prove that this renegade hunter is worth fighting for.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 2009
Pages no: 357
Edition language: English
Series: Argeneau (#12)
Josephine, who is attending her sister Sam's party decides to step outside to get some air after deciding that the environment feels weird. It's a walk that will change her life. Once outside, she is attacked by a rogue vampire only to be saved by Nicholas an ex hunter and rogue himself. Before J...
Yet another great novel from Ms Sands. In this one we have a hunter who has gone rogue do to a murder that he does not remember. Being a good man, he does his best to protect those he can. Like most of Ms Sands vampire books, we have an interesting woman who doesn't know that the man she is attrac...
18/10 - A pretty good-to-great vampire romance. I actually don't mind when authors employ insta-love as a plot device, but when there's a 'logical' reason (as logical as anything related to vampires, shifters and other characters usually involved in insta-love can be) for the insta-love the book of...
I like Lucian. I swear he wasn't as funny in his own book