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For vampire Colleen O'Hara, work is also play. She hunts demons not just for the paycheck, but also for the thrill of the fight. It's better than sex, at least the sex she's had so far. But then she meets Seth, a smoldering-hot shadow demon. With him she feels an undeniable, untamable urge to blur the lines between ally and enemy, predator and prey. Meanwhile, as the barrier between hell and earth grows weaker, threatening thousands of human souls, Colleen must track down the traitor who opened the rift. Only with Seth at her side can she defeat the villain. Colleen must risk everything - including her soul - to both follow her desire and save her city from impending damnation.
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Filty and Disgusting
What disappointed you about Hunter's Heart?
Why do authors think it's OK to put filthy disgusting language in their books. This was a total waste of money. I only listened to the first half hour. Erica Hayes needs to wash her mouth (and brain) out with soap. How do people become so vile?
Would you ever listen to anything by Erica Hayes again?
Never, Never, Never, Never
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Carmen Rose?
She needs to get a life.
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As advertised: a raunchy, kickass paranormal ride
Anyone paying attention to the publisher’s summary should understand what this is. When the first sentence announces that fighting demons is better than sex, and the next promises fireworks between vampire Guild warrior Colleen and “smoldering hot shadow demon” Seth, you know this is going to be a kickass, naughty good time. There’s snark, salty language, and two hawt, demonically explicit scenes narrated by the phenomenal Ms. Carmen Rose (who I love when she narrates for Tessa Dare’s regencies). As a novella, you know you’ll get right to business and not spend forever on angsty backstories or slow burn romances. But, even clocking in at under three hours, there’s a surprisingly cohesive story in between the kicking of ass and the grabbing of ass. This was a saucy, sexy listen.