A Hunted Man by Jaime Reese


A Hunted Man400x600Disclaimer MaleTAGAfter surviving ten years in prison, Cameron Pierce is attempting to put the past behind him. He tries to adjust to his newfound freedom with a place at the halfway house and a job. But one lesson he learned in prison keeps him guarded: hope is a dangerous thing.
Hunter Donovan, Assistant State Attorney, is a man of justice who loves a challenge. After a lifetime of putting his career first, a milestone brings him to a harsh realization—he’s lonely.
Hunter’s world changes when he meets Cam. The wary young man intrigues him and awakens a desire unlike anything he’s ever experienced. When Cam’s past resurfaces and threatens to rip them apart, their budding relationship is challenged and Cam’s hope for a future begins to dim.
These outside forces hunting Cam will stop at nothing to send him back to prison. But they’ll have to get past Hunter first.add-to-goodreads-button31A-nony-mouseTAG
I enjoyed A Better Man, book 1 in the series, so I instantly asked to review book 2. A Hunted Man was more complex, which usually happens in the second book in a series. Cam has been in jail for a decade for crimes he didn’t commit – for reasons he cannot fathom. Survival is his mantra. Hope is dangerous. And yet…out of prison and in Halfway House, he begins to feel hope again. Hunter, an assistant DA, is troubled with the cases falling across his desk, cases that end up with the accused back in prison and dead. Seeing and falling for Cam wasn’t in the cards, but once he does, he will stop at nothing to protect the man he loves from men far more powerful than he could fathom.
Besides the fact the BIG event –the one you usually don’t expect until right before the end – happens just over half way through, I really enjoyed Hunter & Cam’s story. It was a little slow-going in the beginning, but once all the pieces fell into place, it was full steam ahead.
Drug runners, dirty cops, judges, and attorneys, men who make sure they get what they want and nobody stands in
their way. Hunter and Cam are up against all of them. But I simply LOVED the help Hunter had in this thing. I mean loved! Usually, writers will make the heroes morals so tight that they treat the villains much better than they deserve. I’m not going to give it away, but what Hunter and his friend Adrian did to the bad guys was…well, priceless. I probably would have given this 4 stars just like I did the first book, but that act, in and of itself, was worthy of a bump up to 5 stars.
Well, done, Jaime Reese, welldone.
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Author BioTAG Jaime Reese is the alter ego of an artist who loves the creative process of writing, just not about herself. Fiction is far more interesting. She has a weakness for broken, misunderstood heroes and feels everyone deserves a chance at love and life. An avid fan of a happy ending, she believes those endings acquired with a little difficulty are more cherished.
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