Hunting for Spring by Katherine McIntyre #mf #review @PixieRants @loveunleashed

Hunting for Spring

Hunters are a lonely breed, and Conor’s no exception, until the day he meets Brenna. Even though she slinks in unannounced and kills the wight he was hunting down, the girl’s a mystery and he can’t get that blinding smile or those gorgeous curves off his mind. Since they’re both after the same caster who’s unleashing these monsters, he suggests teaming up, and despite her initial reluctance, the hungry way she scans him down promises something powerful.

However, her secrets have repercussions, and faster than Conor can lift his Glock, he’s drawn into the web of kidnappings and Unseelie mischief, all concealing the machinations of a darker foe—one that plans to bring Philly to ruin.addtogoodreads_zps55cd15da16Kim Talks TomesTAG

Hunting for Spring is a fast paced, action packed, fantasy full of suspense and mystery. Conor is a hunter who hunts and puts an end to the uncontrolled paranormal creatures of the night. Someone has been creating flesh eating creatures and it is someone how connected to a beautiful fae and her missing item. Brenna is a tiny girl who needs help finding an item stolen from her. Conor assists until he learns what she is….fae. Fae and Hunters have been known to be foes, so he walks away from assisting her. But, he can’t stay away and they both have a common ground when it comes to finding the thief who is creating the wights (flesh eating creatures).

The relationship that develops between Conor and Brenna is a sweet one. Not only do they have to fight to be together because of preconceived notions, but they must also fight against the Unseelie who have been seeping into the human world. People have been disappearing and they have to find out what is going on before more go missing. This creates plenty of suspense and tension for the romance.

While I found the pairing of Conor and Brenna to be sweet, I had a difficult time concentrating and wanting to continue with the story. Each character was well developed (I particularly liked the tension between Conor and his father, Patrick), but something could not keep my attention. I can’t pinpoint exactly what the distraction was because the story is well written and the characters are well developed, but this story wasn’t for me.


Purchase LinksTAGKindle | Nook | Loose Id