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Final Hour of the Hunter (Midnight Hunter Trilogy #3)

4.35 of 5 stars 4.35  ·  rating details  ·  65 ratings  ·  25 reviews
It’s been two glorious years since the Underworld unleashed its nightmares on Donna Deangelo. Happily married, raising a beautiful daughter, and enjoying time with her best friend Mo, Donna is finally living the life she’s always dreamed of - free from soul-stealing, kidnapping, and murder. That all changes when Donna, on her way to the store for ground beef and spaghetti ...more
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Published December 23rd 2011
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Wow where to I start this book was amazing I love the Midnight Hunter Trilogy and I'm so happy you decided to writing a fourth book.(ok on to my review)
In this book Donna get to meet her new underworld nightmare her name is Ursula the Goddess of Chaos.Yup you heard right this book is full of action,suspense and a lot of OMG!!moments.People start acting crazy,friend are being taken,one will betray them.Read the Final Hour of the Hunter to find out that else Donna and her friends will have to surv
Ema Volf
Today I finished Final Hour of the Hunter by Bonnie Bernard. This is the third book of The Midnight Hunter Trilogy. Like the first two, I was drawn in almost immediately.

We start out with Donna living a somewhat normal existence for the next two years after the battle from the last book. However, it was pretty short-lived from where we pick up the story. One day, on the way to the grocery store, she accidentally runs over/through Ursula, the goddess of chaos. Naturally, the goddess was a bit tic
I got this book for free from the author herself, to give an honest review.

Final Hour of the Hunter is at the moment I am asumming to be the last in this trilogy. I do hope the author makes another book that has the characters that have grown up and the old characters that have now important jobs.

This book once again had me from the first page. After I read the second book I was so ready to get into this book. Final Hour of the Hunter takes place 2 years after the second book, Lucinda is still
Valerie Mcqueen
My review of Final Hour of the Hunter by Bonnie Bernard


This book was provided free by the author in exchange for honest literary review!

So for the virginal human Donna, the last two years have been more than peaceful since distroying those pesky Underworld characters. Lucinda is now well over two and doing well. Everything is finally going Donna's way and she and her soulmate are going to live happily ever after right? WRONG AGAIN!!!!
Unfortunately those pesky Underworld creatures ar
Anne (Angel Anne Reviews) Nelson
Once again I so want to thank the amazing Bonnie Bernard for giving me the wonderful opportunity to read and review the out of the world Trilogy of The Midnight Hunter. I just can’t say enough about all three of the books included in it. Midnight hunter floored me, and then the Dawn of the Hunter had me flipping through the pages just as fast as I could so I could find out what was happening next in the chapter that I was reading, and then there’s Final Hour of the Hunter, and OH MY GOODNESS now ...more
Jennifer Warrick Davis
I was given a e-copy in exchange for my honest review, but would have gladly purchased a copy. The author hasn't failed me yet at keeping me in a trance with her writing and I am sure she never will.

Thing have changed for Donna and the gang since the last book. Life has been normal, well as normal as it can be with friends and family like Donna's. But life can't stay a walk in the park forever, unless the park is full of crazy people with weapons and a attitude from hell. Donna becomes cursed by
Kelly Jones
I love this book, Howie really does it for me, he is just so snarky and the one liners he comes out with a simply hilarious. I love his interactions with the still virginal human and especially the bull headed human, who most of the rest of us know as Donna and Cassie. He is definitely my favourite character in the series, being so abrupt and saying exactly what he thinks no matter who he is talking to, is very refreshing and sometimes quite amusing. Ok enough Howie praise!
Donna takes on a job a
I received this book from the author for an honest review.

Again as with the Author's other books, I could not put this book down until I finished it! Yes in one sitting! At this point in the story the characters are old friends to the reader, and you are transported to the house on Autumn Street as soon as you turn the first page. Your life is no longer your own but that of Donna, and who knows where that will lead you to right?

Once again Donna is living on the edge of the Underworld balancing h
Lindsay Kendal
4.5 Stars

This is the best book of the series by far. The writing flows better, there is more emotion, feeling... everything! I was going to say that author Bonnie Bernard saved the best of herself for the last book, however, I’ve read there will be another book in this series. So I can’t wait to see how that one will read.

Once again we’re reunited with characters we’ve already grown to love. Their stories keep you gripped to pages, anxiously waiting to find out what happens next. There are twis
I had mixed feelings about the end of this trilogy. I was happy to find out how all of the pieces tied tied together and how the main story arcs resolved themselves, but I was sad to see it end. I really enjoyed watching how having children changed the lives of all of the characters. In some ways, I had difficulty with the ending. It almost felt that things were too neatly tied up in a pretty bow (not that I am saying everything was happy, happy), but then I realized, I would have been more upse ...more
Heather Badgwell
Book 3 (and last) in the series. I don't know where to start. Its got surprises, returning characters that you love, hate and love to hate. Its got new characters, a story line that grabs you and never lets go. And everyone's favorite demon is back and falls right in to the old pattern we love. This time, Donna has to deal with another foe, and how to save the world from her. But this time, there is a set of twins we get to meet, whom this particular god seems to want something from. But will Do ...more
Claire Taylor
I was given this book on a read to review basis.

This is the third book in the Midnight Hunter Trilogy.

The book starts a couple of years after Dawn of the Hunter ended and it seems that life is never going to go smoothly for Donna, her friends and family, and with the influence of Chaos, things are on a completely different playing field.

The descriptions and the characters come to life, and you don’t need to try for your imagination to bring the story to life. The book is fast paced, and though
Jenny Bynum Black Words-White Pages
Nov 11, 2012 Jenny Bynum Black Words-White Pages rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: 18+
Recommended to Jenny Bynum by: Author Bonnie Bernard
10+*s. I recieved a paperback copy of this book directly from the author in return for an honest review.
WOW…What an absolutely awesome ride this was!! I enjoyed every minute of it, from stupid humans, to goddess toes, to Mr. Howie Evil himself!! This book is jammed pack full of humor, action, mystery, and did I mention humor. This book just like the rest of the trilogy is well written and very fast paced. This is a MUST read 18+ that will make you feel like you are apart of the world of Bo
Christine bonner
this is the 3rd book about Dawn,hunter and the others
the children are growing up fast and have many changes in there live
It about the God of Chaos and what she does to the world/underworld.
there is kidnapping, sex on the washing machine when on spin speed,funny part about the dog having his manhood taken away, what Hunter said about it and it has an amazing end
I finished this book at 2am and loved every bit
well done Bonnie i will miss reading about these guys
This book is just as great as the first 2 & I hear that even though this was originally planned as the last book in this series the author has decided to give us more & I can hardly wait!!!!!!
Lynn Worton
This is the third and final book in the Midnight Hunter Trilogy. I loved it!

Donna Deangelo is a fantastic character. Not only is she a wife to a vampire, she is a loving mother to a beautiful baby girl. You would think that she deserves her happiness after all she's been through, but when she accidentally (or was it?) crashes her car into the Goddess of Chaos, all hell breaks loose.

I loved this series from the first page, so I have been eagerly wanting to read this book for a while now. I'm just
Christoph Fischer
"Final Hour of the Hunter" by Bonnie Bernard is a great ending to a very lively and colourful series.
The underworld, full of demons, vampires and gods once more touches upon Donna's life, this time in the form of Ursula, the demanding and revengeful goddess of Chaos. After a car accident between Donna and Ursula the seed for trouble is planted. First however Cassie, the prophecy holding Vampire, has trouble with her demon boyfriend Howie and gives birth to his twins. As Cassie keeps translating
Joyce Wetherbee
Donna, Hunter and all their friends have been enjoying a peaceful two years since the end of the Underworld war. That all changes when Ursula, a vengeful goddess of Chaos shows up making demands. Donna can either provide a lock of hair from each of the twins, or those she loves will start disappearing. Of course, she refuses, Josh and Jaz are the children of two of her best friends.

New characters have come out to play; the Trickster (who stole the original book of prophecy from Raoul and Frederi
Joanette Fountain
Great series and a somewhat good ending. Highly suggest this series to anyone who enjoys urban fantasy. I will say the demon/human family is my favorite; they were so funny. The story itself was intense and kept me reading until I was finished...couldn't get my nose out of the book.

However, the only negative is that I don't like lies. I can't stand it when the protagonist lies to the love interest for whatever reason and by the last book, I would hope she would be over that. Not just lies or om
Melissa Williams
So glad I had a chance to read this trilogy but hated to see it end.

First off I made the mistake of reading both book 2 and 3 back to back without taking a break to post my review in between. So my review is more based on the story as a whole.

I really enjoyed how Bonnie Bernard wrote Midnight Hunter with a exciting storyline not all about Vampires sucking blood and turning there victims bla bla bla. The story showed good verses evil.(Howie was not so much enjoying that part) lol. There was a sli
Robert Warr
A Great End to a Very Good Trilogy

This is the third book in Bonnie Bernard’s great Midnight Hunter trilogy.

Having killed the main villains at the end of book two this novel deals with the power vacuum left behind and the inherent instability of the Underworld. The new villains are great and one of the core themes is that there are many ways to misinterpret a prophecy (a theme which goes to the last line of the book).

The main protagonists are probably like Peter and Susan (of Narnia) never going
A solid 3.5 stars. This was a decent conclusion to the Hunter series. I'm not upset in any way how things turned out for each character. From the very first chapter of the first book, I had known that Donna would be a Goddess. She had goddess toes, for Jiminy Sakes! The group dynamic in this final book truly threw me for a loop. I was taken aback by all the twists and deceptions and I never saw the ending coming. That is a feat in itself--to not be able to predict the outcome. I'm sorry to let t ...more
Brian Bigelow
I really like how this book ended though I'm not giving it away. Didn't really see it coming though. Definitely could be the start of another book easily. Howie, of course, is just as cantankerous, and found him as funny as usual. Would recommend getting all three books and reading them one after another. I think they get better and better as you go on.
I was given a copy of this book by the author. I fell in love with this series and did not expect the ending at all!! Im not going to spoil it but I will say everything comes full circle. WaAR
Barbara C-R
I was not real impressed with this 3rd book. It was really long and took me a while to get through it. I thought it was really slow for about 400 pages.
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