ARC Review: Hunter Reborn (Moon Shifter #5) by Katie Reus

Posted on Friday, January 30, 2015 4:56 PM
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Title: Hunter Reborn
Author: Katie Reus
Series: Moon Shifter #5

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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Losing her was the hardest thing he’d ever endured...

Warrior shifter Aiden’s investigation of the trafficking of vampire blood leads to a startling discovery: the beautiful vampire bondmate he thought was dead. Decades ago, they’d defied their powerful families to be together, but then Larissa disappeared without a trace. When their mating link broke, it nearly destroyed Aiden. Now she’s back with no memory of where she’s been. Even more shattering—Larissa claims she has no idea who Aiden is.
Now she’s back...

It’s a race against time to bring down an operation more evil than his pack ever suspected, and Aiden finds himself working side by side with a mate who no longer trusts him—and she wants out. But he lost her once, and he won’t let her go again. Unfortunately, Larissa’s blood is the key to a powerful monster’s dangerous plan—and he’ll stop at nothing to destroy her, sparking off a war between the supernaturals and humans that no one will win.

Hunter Reborn is the 5th book in the Moon Shifter series by Katie Reus and tells the story of Aiden Nicholl, a werewolf shifter and Larissa Danesti, a natural born royal vampire.

All Aiden ever wanted was his mate. So, when he finally found her, he couldn’t believe how lucky he was until she was taken from him. Now, sixty years later, Aiden can only but remember what his bond to Larissa felt like. Her loss left him bare. How can a man recover from such loss? Finding a new pack, gives Aiden some hope but can’t replace the yearning in his heart. Until the night that changes everything…

On a mission to find the ones responsible for trafficking vampire blood, Aiden and his pack visit one of the most popular vampire clubs. Everyone knows what they should be looking for and that’s not a vampire that looks like Larissa. Aiden can’t help himself but follow the woman who looks exactly like his dead mate. Larissa and he are face to face when their old bond reactivates. The force of the bond is so powerful that Larissa is knocked out while Aiden seems unable to control his wolf. But for a while everything and everyone is forgotten because for a while his mate is back!

After been awaked from a sixty years stasis by a witch (who claims to be her friend), Larissa has many questions but most importantly she feels that she is forgetting something or someone. So when she bonds with the wolf rumored to have killed her parents, Larissa needs some answers and fast.

But is she ready to face the truth that was taken from her?

Hunter Reborn was a beautiful book. It was about second chances, a deep love that managed to survive through the ages and finally it was a story that healed. Aiden thought he got his mate back and he once again became the carefree man he was, only to be crashed again by Larissa’s lack of memories. Their bond was back but Aiden needed to claim her again, his Larissa. Much as he wanted to claim her, he had to earn her trust first and help her remember the love they once shared.

I fell in love with this book, with Aiden and the love that never weakened. Beautiful, magical and enthralling! That’s what this book was. We got to see Aiden and Larissa making new memories but the author didn’t neglect to give us glimpses of the life they shared. It was amazing seeing how they met, how they fell in love and how they claimed each other. Their stubbornness, their determination, their fierceness and their love made this story so exceptional.

But not for a minute think that this is just a romance. We get action, suspense, a bit of mystery, twists and turns and amazing secondary characters. Some we already know and some are new. We get to see Connor and Anna, Vivian and Lucas (little cuties), Jayce and Kat, Ryan and Teresa (new couple on the horizon) and Natalia. One character I didn’t expect to see was Jayce’s brother, Aldric. Aldric makes his appearance here and although I didn’t like him that much in the beginning, I can say that he wasn't the bad guy I thought him to be.

I really liked this book! Highly recommended!

*ARC provided via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*
Sofia T.
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1 comment:

  1. I have been lacking on my vampire reads lately, which is a shame because vampires are usually something I enjoy seeing in my novels a lot! I think this is a great book for me to get back into the bloodthirsty rhythm with - especially with how highly you regard it!

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