Rating: 5 Cups
Shaun O'Grady is a NCA agent trained to exterminate vampires. When her mission
goes badly, Shaun is captured by Armand Toussaint and Foster St. Claire, a pair of
master vampires. She thinks the attractive pair plans to kill her, but soon discovers they
want her to surrender to the sexual pleasures they offer. Soon she questions all she has
been told about vampires, but what will happen when she returns to her normal life.
Armand and Foster are French master vampires and an exciting study in contrast, both
in appearance and temperament. They believe the NCA are practicing genocide, and
together work to save vampires as a race. Having survived the near extinction of the
vampire race and the massacre of his family Armand is the darker of the two, but still a
romantic hero. Foster is a hero in every sense of the word with just enough bad boy to
be seriously hot.
Ms. Tunstall has written an excellent vampire story, with a believable plot, fully developed
characters, and very hot sex. Shaun is a great heroine, but it is how she thinks her way
through the dramatic events occurring in her life that makes readers feel for her. The
sex in Hunter's Prey is breathtaking and compliments and supports the plot excellently.
The way the men perform together with Shaun is poignant and loving and one of my
favorite parts of the book. The background philosophy of not believing everything you
are told is wonderful and continues throughout the books subplots.
Hunter’s Prey is a great book partially because every facet of the book is plot driven and
the storyline progresses logically, quickly, and fully. The manner is which Ms. Tunstall
combines all the elements of sex, compelling characters and a strong plot makes
Hunter's Prey an exceptional read.
Reviewer for Karen Find Out About New Books
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance