Book Review-Hunted by D.B. Reynolds

Book Review-Hunted by D.B. ReynoldsHunted by D.B. Reynolds
Also in this series: Aden, Raphael, Sophia, Duncan, Lucas
Series: Vampires in America #6.5
Published by ImaJinn Books on July 11th 2013
Genres: Paranormal Romance, Vampires
Pages: 84
Format: eBook
Source: ImaJinn Books
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Power, it comes down to this... those who have it, those who want it.Revenge, the need for it is a fire in the soul, a goad for the unwise.Hunted, the fate of the foolish when they think to become the hunter.
The Lord of the Midwest is dead, and the powerful vampires of North America are gathering to choose his successor. The Vampire Council will be there to oversee the competition and to keep the violence to a bloody minimum, including Raphael, who will do whatever it takes to ensure the victor is a vampire he can trust. But someone is determined to stop Raphael and his mate, Cyn, from ever reaching Chicago, a hunter who may soon become... the hunted.

Hunted is a novella, and its centered on Raphael and Cyn. Now they are probably one of my favorite couples, and every time I see them, I just want to re read their first book. This is one of my favorite vampire romance series, and I recently discovered Reynolds and adore her books.  She has such talent in creating this complex world of dangerous vampires and their territories, with plenty of drama, suspense and intrigue. I don’t want to reveal too much, but in this one we see a bit of Aden before his book. In this story, the vampire lord of the Midwest has been killed, and they are meeting to decide the new lord. But then danger lurks, and they are being hunted, but they have no idea who it is, and have no clue who is really being targeted. We definitely see more of Cyn and Raphael, and even Lucas and Kathryn. It was such fun seeing these two couples again and I enjoyed the commadrie and I enjoyed Cyn’s attitude and Raphael’s alpha personality that just had me screaming for more. It was a very short little story, and ended far too quickly,  but a nice addition to the series. Definitely excited to reading more from this author.