Hunting Season

  • by Shelly Laurenston
  • Narrated by Alexandra Shawnee
  • 10 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Neecy Lawrence, winged warrior for a Viking goddess and second-in-command of the fierce Crows, doesn't know what to do with a nice guy. As it is, making up for a past she'd sooner forget leaves her barely polite most days. But Raven leader and loyal Odin warrior, Will Yager, isn't just nice. He's gorgeous, hot, and a distraction she simply can't afford.
Yager has wanted Neecy in his life - and in his bed - for a long time. Not just for a night, but forever. And, like any self-respecting Viking, he'll stop at nothing to get what he wants. So what if she's the most difficult, complex, never-gives-him-a-break woman he's ever known? She's more than worth the effort. In fact, she's worth everything.
And if it turns out that 24 hours of non-stop, any-way-she-wants-it sex doesn't work with Neecy? Then it looks like he'll just have to get a little more creative.

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What the Critics Say

"The hilarity and the laughter that comes with a Shelly Laurenston book gets better and better with each story that I read from her. She is a master magician with her words and knows how to draw you into the story and have you laughing yourself silly in the first page that you read." (Fallen Angels Reviews)

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Sass and Crass.

As usual Shelly Laurenston has plenty of quirky characters and a lot of fun and mayhem happening in her book. Not sure why she decided to start a spin-off of the Crow's series when she only has two books out from that series, which I recommend reading those first before this book. It gives a better view of the world SK has built. This book was good and it passed the time quickly but I will admit that Neecy kinda drove me crazy with her always running from Yager. I would have liked there to have been a little bit more chase in the romance before jumping into bed, and not so much after. There is also a lack of story line concerning the bad guys and what exactly they were after, maybe it will lead up to more in the next book, but in this book it is a very thin plot. This book works good as a fantasy romance but not so much as an action/adventure. Since SK is an automatic download for me I look forward to her next addition to this series and hopefully more pride stories. I liked the narrator her Jersey accent wasn't to obnoxious.
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- Teresa "Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict."

Great book, despite narration.

The narrator was horrible, but the story was so enjoyable she didn't ruin the book. She wasn't consistent with the voices she chose for the characters so it was hard to tell who was speaking at times. In some instances it was bad, I couldn't tell if it was a male or female and had to rewind to figure out who had spoken. I really like this series and hope the original narrator returns for the next book; or, at the very least someone more consistent that doesn't read every character like they're doing a bad impression of Joe Piscopo.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-06-2016
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio