Bella & Mac

Alpha Hunted, #2

Bella & Mac deserves 4.5 stars. It was just wow!

Bella had a very traumatic experience and it clouded her way of thinking. Her view of the world is bleak. Will her nightmares stop? Will she find the will to move on?

Keeley (her sister) is back home. Bella greets the strangers that came by with Keeley. Mac formed an instant connection with Bella at first sight. What does it mean for him? This attraction isn't all one sided. Sometimes, love and a mate appear in the least likely places? Her family and the strangers have secrets. Will she be able to handle everyone's secrets or is it more than she can bear?

While reading the book, I was captivated by the storyline. The sexual tension, steamy scenes, and chemistries between Bella and Mac was hot! The story was well paced and the setting was realistic. I got everything I could hope for in this story. It has a truly original storyline. Readers are in for a paranormal tale with romance, action and drama. I could imagine Bella seeing Mac's bear for the first time and her being surprised by her sister's lion.

Read the book to find out what happens next in the story.

Alpha Hunted 2: Bella & Mac: A Bear Shifter Romance (Alpha Hunted: Couples) by J. M. Klaire is awesome! I am hooked on this Alpha Hunted Series. I am waiting impatiently for the next book: Alpha Hunted 3: Ivy, David & Ryker

DebA


Book Blurb for Bella & Mac

Feeling desperate and alone, pregnant with a baby left behind during a rape, the last thing Bella needs is for her were-hunter sister to bring strange men home.

Mac, a bear shifter traveling with his adopted wolf pack, scents pregnant Bella as his mate. Mac's first instinct is to provide for and protect Bella, but Bella's first instinct is to aim a shovel at his head.

Secrets and shifters being welcomed into a house of were-hunters, who each hold secrets of their own. What could possibly go wrong?

Alpha Hunted 2: Bella & Mac can be read as a stand-alone, but it is recommended to read Alpha Hunted: Keelyn & Bane first.


Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2015 4.50