When Tristan Scott ran away from his pack to avoid the roving eye of a cruel alpha, he never expected to save the life of Isaac Foster as he was drowning in the river, nor did he think the gorgeous man with purple eyes would be his mate, or a hunter of werewolves. Isaac has hunted werewolves ever since watching his family being murdered as a kid. He hasn't had time for relationships, but there's something about Tristan he can't get enough of. Their easy time together is shattered when they're attacked and Tristan is forced to transform to defend them. Isaac cannot believe it, and threatens to kill Tristan should the two ever meet again. But meet they do. They cannot separate themselves from each other, regardless of their enemy status, and soon they must decide whether or not a hunter really can love a werewolf without it jeopardizing both of their lives.
What listeners say about The Hunter's Omega Mate
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Overall, I enjoyed this audiobook. While not a favorite narrator of mine, Peter B. Brooke did a decent job with this story. I enjoyed the story more than the narration. Isaac and Tristen made for an interesting pairing. Looking forward to seeing how this saga continues.
- Shelia Hill
Shape shifters playing together.
Is there anything you would change about this book?
More action and suspense.
Would you be willing to try another book from Marcy Jacks? Why or why not?
Yes they are short and fairly interesting.
What about Peter B. Brooke’s performance did you like?
Peter Brooke is the best part of this book. He makes the book more interesting the way he reads it. Peter reads like he is really the person in the book.
Was The Hunter's Omega Mate worth the listening time?
Yes it is worth reading once. I do not think that I would read it a second time.