Thirty people. Two hours. Only the strong will survive.
When Riddle decides to put on a slave hunt, the Subs Club is on board. Tops hunting bottoms in the woods with paintball guns? Yes. Captives strung up on whipping posts, at the mercy of their captors? Hell yes. But on the morning of the hunt, nothing’s going according to plan. Miles and Drix are at odds over Miles’s reluctance to move in together. Dave is determined to show up D, who thinks Dave won’t last two minutes in the woods. Gould finds himself torn between obeying his master’s orders and living out a longtime fantasy. And Kamen inadvertently becomes a double agent when he aligns himself with two different parties.
By the end of the hunt, alliances will be forged and broken, loyalties will be tested, relationships will be strengthened…and someone will barrel roll. Narrated by ten different characters, Slave Hunt tells the story of two hours in the woods that will change everyone forever. Or at least, remind them that love is the greatest victory of all.
I have to admit this up front — I haven’t read ANY of the The Sub’s Club series before reading this book. Which, I do plan on changing now.
But, I have to admit that while yes, I was a bit lost while reading this, simply because I haven’t read the other books, I still loved this book! It was written in a very fun, yet interesting way. I loved how each character had their own chapters, giving their own perspectives on the hunt.
This book completely did what I had thought it would and made it so that I now want to read the rest of the series and get to know the characters even more. I’m sure after I do that, then the characters will make better sense to me.
Now, even though I was confused and didn’t understand some of the characters, and the way they were acting, I did still rate this 5 stars. Simply because it has driven me to now read the rest of the series.