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I'm sad there is only this one book by S. E. Smith. But, not to worry, because the second one in this series (Razor's Traitorous Heart) will be coming soon.
This is so very well written. Women who are strong of character, faithful, determined. Family is everything to Jessie, Jordan, and Taylor, having lost their father the day the aliens landed on Earth and the humans left alive is plagued by groups of rogues doing more damage to their own than the aliens have.
In this book is a Rescue (not planned), by Jessie. She assists Hunter in getting loose from a small group of human rogues who are set on doing him a horrible bodily harm.
From this point, Jessie and Hunter's lives are intertwined.
It's romantic, exciting, adventurous, and positive. I enjoyed it very much and I just can't wait for the next book. This book is a "mild" cliffhanger. What I mean by that is, you don't need to have the next book to complete the relationship that exits between Hunter and Jessie, but it ends with a hint as to who the next book will involve.
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In Hunter’s claim, we meet Jesse. She is the eldest of three girls, living on the streets of Seattle, Washington after the Earth is conquered by a race of aliens. She is desperately trying to protect her younger sisters from the evils of mankind as well as the warrior aliens that have claimed to have conquered Earth with the intentions of peace. She is making her way back to her hideout with food for her sisters, when she overhears a group of humans about to torture one of the warrior aliens. Unable to just let him die in such a gruesome manner, she risks everything to free him. Jesse wasn’t ready to feel the instant attraction to the strong alpha warrior with the glowing yellow eyes. Nor was she ready for the life changing consequences saving him would have on her and her sisters’ lives. Hunter is amazed that this tiny human female is risking her life in order to save his. In return he does something he never thought he would do; he offers her and her sister his protection by making Jesse his wife. But what Hunter wasn’t expected was a fiesta, stubborn woman with a strong personality and a backbone of steel.
This book was a shocker for me. I wasn’t expected too much from it but I was pleasantly surprised after listening to it. This is my first time listening to a book by S.E. Smith and I have to say I would be looking for more of her work. S.E. Smith does a fanastatic job of building a world and providing detail for her story and characters to grow. S.E. Smith was able to make the heroine strong but still with just the right amount of vulnerability and the hero was a growling alpha male that wasn’t afraid to let his guards down. This book also contains a decent amount of action scenes that made the book interesting from start to finish. From the first page until the end, I was entirely enthralled with this book.
Big Bonus, the narrator, David Brenin, so YUM!! He knows how to tell a story and not just read a book. I eagerly anticipate the next installment of this series.
IMO (in my opinion), pick up the book and give it a try. It is definitely worth the listen.
12 of 13 people found this review helpful
I enjoyed this story but the ending left me wanting to know what happens. to dagget.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Worth listening to and now I shall purchase the rest of the series of books
Hunter's claim is one of my favourite of the alliance series, ok who am i kidding i love them all :P i love this story that explores what would happened if our world will make first contact and how unprepared humans are and that yes we will self destruct because of our fears and prejudices, it's kinda sad because it is happening now and no aliens yet. David Brenin as always is so amazingly sexy in his narrative. I love u man xx
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Where does Hunter's Claim rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
a 7 really enjoyed it
What was one of the most memorable moments of Hunter's Claim?
his struggle trying to understand the woman
Which character – as performed by David Brenin – was your favourite?
both jessie and hunter
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
you tell what lies beneath, dont judge a book by its cover
Any additional comments?
would make a very hot movie if they keep in the steamy parts would be good scifi though the entire series