Hunter's Baby by Alexis Abbott

This is a gripping, suspenseful and romantic thriller. Hunter is intense, caring, protective and determined. Blossom is independent, resilient and brave. They fell in love, then she was ripped away. So Hunter has spent the last five years ridding the world of scumbags. Blossom has spent the last five years raising the daughter Hunter doesn't know about. Then she sees him, and things between them pick up right where they left off. Except now they're being hunted, their daughter is in danger, and Hunter will do whatever it takes to protect them, even if that means that he can't be with them. This is a fascinating storyline that calls into question, what constitutes a monster? Is it the random kidnappers, killers and rapists, or is it the person who kills them? Hunter will make you wonder if every murderer is really a bad person.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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