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Joe's life is perfect--except his family overflows with identical twins who aren't quite human, the town he protects overflows with serial killers, and his new lover is male. He's also a huntsman who needs sex to stay human... [Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Male/male ...more
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Published January 15th 2008 by Loose Id (first published January 1st 2008)
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Juniper
This was chosen for me for my monthly pick-it-for-me challenge. I hadn't read the first one of this series & don't usually like reading books out of series order, but this could be read as a stand-alone story.

I started this with a sense of forboding - absolutely convinced I wouldn't enjoy it, but... It took me in. I finished it in one sitting. Complex story, engaging characters - witty, odd, charismatic. You can believe the deepening relationship - & no flowery prose to distract. A few l
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Lady*M
3.5 stars

This is the only m/m book in Huntsmen series (the others are m/f/m), but you can read it as a standalone.

This is a fun, light read. You'll have to work out all the connections between the characters, because there are so many of them. I liked the premise and I liked the protagonists very much. There was no angst on Joe's part about being gay (or bi) - once he decides he wants Bri, nothing else matters. This isn't exactly realistic, but so what? It was quite refreshing and it was believ
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Elisa Rolle
I can clearly say that this book is very good, but sometime I feel a little of confusion, maybe cause it's a second in a series and I haven't read the first. Some of the element that maybe the author considers obvious, cause they were in the first book, in this second appears from nothing and leave you a little disorienthed.

Brian is an Huntsman, a special human who fights against the evil with only his human body. The huntsmen feed on energy, energy they get from sex. They are always in pair of
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Kassa
I chose this one because I like Amber Green and wanted something different. I haven’t read any of the other books in the series but found this easy enough to pick up any important background. The story is decent and the characters well developed for the most part. Yet something feels missing as my attention kept wandering. The characters and the plot itself feel rushed and the ending had me reading twice since it didn’t make much sense. There seems to be a lot of accepted facts made without much ...more
Maya
3.5 Stars

I did enjoy this but I have to agree with another reviewer in that it does tend to be confusing at times.
ARe Cafe
The Huntsman Bareback by Amber Green is a reissue of another novel I enjoyed the first time around. It is one book in a series about mysterious psychic vampires known as huntsmen, but it can be read as a stand-alone novel (the other books are male-female paranormal romances). The author has a refreshingly pared-down writing style that throws the reader into the story without slowing the pace with excessive explanation. As you read and work things out, you have the breathless feeling of being one ...more
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Jess Candela
2.5
I'm really not sure what to think of this book or how to rate it. On the one hand I really liked the characters and found the story engaging. But I also found myself flipping back several times and re-reading segments in an effort to make sense of it all. I wondered how much more sense it might have made if I'd read the first book in the series, but even so, usually in series key points are explained again. And I found Joe's easy acceptance of a male partner, and everyone else's easy acceptan
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Fehu
I liked the book, but it really does need to be edited. If I have to stop a couple of times to wonder if there is not something missing in the sentence, well that's not exactly an enjoyable.

The story is interesting even if I don't fully understand what a bareback is, because it sounded like a werewolf first but then more like an incubi, so that had me confused.

What I liked were the characters, especial Bri and Joe. It was refreshing not to go through a long and dramatic denial process, because
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George
Amber Green, is one of my favorite authors! Basically, because she writes at a advanced degree level. The research is impeccable, other than The two errors that I caught, one where a mini van turns into a full size van. Usually I'm groaning through errors in this genre both by the fifth grade grammar, and clockwork writing. It's a great read, very fast yet complete.

This is still one of my favorite books,, have read this again in months but here goes another, maybe I should keep track,
Don Bradshaw
I enjoyed this book and the wild cast of characters. Joe and Brian were great together. I liked the was the book read even though there were some loose ends hanging. The idea of twins to keep each other in check was well done. The crooked cops and the hyde had me going for a while. The cover ups were well played to keep the Huntsmen hidden. This was a fun paranormal read.
KevaD
Character-driven with settings so well described the reader can smell them, this book is destined to be a classic.
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