Renegade Hunter: A Reverse Harem Romance
- Mates of the Realms: Mortals, Book 1
- Narrated by: Ophelia De Armas
- Length: 3 hrs and 42 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-07-18
- Language: English
- Publisher: Lacey Carter Andersen
Sharen is a bad-ass. Between her magic and her weapons, she enters demon realms and kills ruthless critters before they can cross over to the human world. She's the leader of her elite team of demon-hunters, and everyone knows to stay out of her way. But when her best friend dies under mysterious circumstances, she's left with nothing but unanswered questions and a broken heart.
And then someone makes a mistake.
When she's accidentally tied to three powerful demons, she expects to send them screaming back to their realm, and then simply move on with her life. What she's not prepared for? That there's more to these three magical beings than she ever imagined, and that they might hold the secrets to her best friend's death.
But in order to discover the truth, she will have to link herself to them in a way she never imagined. And this one choice will change her life forever.
Renegade Hunter is a novella-length reverse harem with three demons and one woman. It is filled with steamy sex scenes, action, and a neat paranormal world. But be warned, this book may leave you wondering why all your dreams can't be filled with sexy demons who know just how to possess a woman. This book includes the serials: Beautiful Mistake, Reckless Magic, and Vengeful Hunter.
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By Zoe S. on 29-07-18
The story was a little dull to follow at first, but got progressively better before I was engrossed. An easy listen that I finished on train rides. If there’s another in the works, I can’t wait to follow along the adventures.
The narrator seemed to struggle to find her footing as well, but when she did, it was with gusto. I loved the varying tones, and shifts in personality.
By Kindle Customer on 26-07-18
Great book! I struggled to get past the reader pronouncing "asked", like "axed". Would have been all 5 stars, if not for that.