Heat, Hunt, Hope

  • by N. D. Jones
  • Narrated by Ryan Vincent Anderson
  • 4 hrs and 52 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Zora James knows the pain of loss, the lick of flames, the passion of purpose. But she's never known the heat of love. Yet when she meets Alastar, the sexy Ranger with a hero complex, Zora knows her life will never be the same. Alastar Adams knows the sting of rejection. But he's never known the healing heat of love, the power of unexpected happiness. Yet when he meets Zora, the elegant law student with the soul of an angel, Alastar knows his life will never be the same. For Zora and Alastar, however, the hunt for love proves to be a creature of mists and shadows. For Alastar Adams is no mere man. In a world where fear often trumps trust, his secret just might tear them apart. Or perhaps it will be Zora's divine fate that will doom them to hopelessness. Whoever said love at first sight means forever? Certainly not the demon assassin sent to destroy one by murdering the other. Note: This book contains adult language used as profanity.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Really Enjoyable

If you could sum up Heat, Hunt, Hope in three words, what would they be?

Different, Moving and Exciting

What was one of the most memorable moments of Heat, Hunt, Hope?

When Alistair and Zora were reunited

Which scene was your favorite?

When all the battles are over and Alistair and Zora can mate for eternity

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Angels and Demons

Any additional comments?

I read this book as a stand alone not having read book one in the series and because of this I had no idea what Alistair was but it did not spoil my enjoyment of the story. I thought it was fast paced and very well written. The narrator brought so much to the story it was in my opinion a very enjoyable book. I have to admit to shedding the odd tear or two. I really loved the ending.

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- LeMiliere

Interesting Story

Would you listen to Heat, Hunt, Hope again? Why?

I'm not sure. I liked the story but wasn't crazy about the narrator.

What other book might you compare Heat, Hunt, Hope to and why?

I've never read one quite like this.

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

I didn't care for the performance. He's a bit overdramatic and not good at all with female voices. I would've preferred he just read the story than do that badly with the female voice.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I wanted to but didn't have the time to do that.

Any additional comments?

It's a good story with an interesting take on angels and demons.

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- Momma Says

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-31-2016
  • Publisher: Kuumba Publishing