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The Rogue Hunter by Lynsay Sands
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Apr 25, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: romance-paranormal2, 4-star-read

Something a Bit Different!


Hot on the heels of her series featuring the Argeneaus, "New York Times"-bestselling author Sands begins a new series focusing on the Rogue Hunters--immortals associated with the Argeneaus who work for The Council and hunt vampires who have broken their laws

My Thoughts:

My first thought is that the blurb is terrible and needs to be rewritten as it does not sell the book at all. My second thought is : this is soooo cool I know all the geography in this story extremely well as I summer in the area. This being said it might make me a bit easier on the book. I really liked the cottaging premise I haven't seen that done in a PNR before and felt it was really original. The characters, Decker, Mortimer and Bricker were funny, handsome, strong. We had met Mortimer and Bricker before in Lucian's story but Decker was a whole new character. The Heroine Sam could have been a bit stronger and sure of herself in places but liked that she was a lawyer and liked that she was very close to her sisters (do I see up coming books featuring the sisters?) I thought Mortimer slipped out of character a bit in this book. He was more taciturn and stern. I know meeting your lifemate lightens you up..but a few things just didn't "feel" quite right. Over all this book didn't really jump from the pack but felt like it was one of those books that generate characters and set us up for up coming stories. I call these books vehicles..Long series often need them but they are not the most fun to read.

3.5 Stars on this and a caution if you plan on reading more of the series you do need to read this book as it is a setup for future tales.
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