Book Review #65: The Hunter

Author: Kerrigan Byrne

Genre: Romance, Historical Romance, Regency, Romantic Suspense, Mystery & Thriller

Language: English

Series, if any: Victorian Rebels, Book 2

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

Date of publication: February 2, 2016

No. of pages: 330

Synopsis:

Christopher Argent was born and spent most of his life in hell. He has lived upto his name as the Agent from hell, one of the most deadliest assassin. But his latest target has seemed to evolve feelings that he never considered to feel ever in his lifetime.

Review:

Out of all romantic books, my favorite would be the genre of regency. This book is a perfect mix of romance, chemistry, intrigue, mystery and emotions. The complete package definitely makes an impact with the readers and make it easier to create a bond. The main characters of Christopher and Millie have been well detailed out in narration from both perspectives making it easier to follow the smooth flow of story. The main plot line definitely translated well into the story line. The plot definitely exceeds far from being a simple romance, and the surprising turn of events makes up for a well thought out climax.

The title is quite simple and actually justifies the main plot. However the cover image feels a bit inadequate to describe the entirety of plot. The style of narration reflects everything and the author definitely did an excellent job in writing this book.

My opinion: The book  is definitely a surprise and will make it difficult to keep it down because of the intensity.

My rating: 4 out of 5

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