Saturday, June 26, 2010

To Hunt a Sainte

Title: To Hunt a Sainte
Author: Marie Harte
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
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ISBN: 978-1-60928-051-2
Genre: {M/F} Suspense
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Goddess Minx

Alexandra Sainte wants to do more than work at a desk in the office of Buchanan Investigations. A job in the field is exactly what she needs to prove herself to her uncle, who runs the company. While doing an unauthorized entry at the office of a suspected kidnapper, she is seen by Hunter, his golden eyes following her every step. Her dreams are filled with erotic visions of being used in ways that she never thought possible. She knows he cares deeply for her by his actions, but she is not quite sure a relationship with him will last.

After seeing Alexandra in fighting mode, fending off four guards, Hunter Greye is taken with her, even though she is causing problems with his current investigation. He is not able to function normally without thinking about her in a sexual way and he’s constantly fighting to keep focused on his work. There is a connection between himself and Alex that he doesn’t understand and he’s wondering what to do about it.

To Hunt a Sainte is the first in the Westlake Enterprises series and it starts out at a fast pace. From the beginning, Hunter and Alex have a connection that is more than the both of them expect and when they are thrown together, their feelings blossom. I was fascinated by both companies’ employees’ abilities and their need to work together on the same case to save the kidnapped victims.

Ms. Harte did a nice job of giving the history of the psychic abilities of most of the characters involved, and I thought she portrayed the villains’ roles quite well. There is so much going on in this story, you really have to focus to keep up with who’s doing what. Hunter and Alex left me hot and bothered with their sexual scenes. This is really a great book and I am looking forward to reading about the next story. Hopefully, it’ll be about Alex’s brother Cole; one can wish.

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