The second book that I have reviewed in this series, I have to admit that I found this a ‘guilty pleasure’ read: we all like a touch of dramatics when they aren’t our own, and Hunting provides several drama-filled scenes to keep readers amused, even as they are rolling their eyes. This is very solidly a New Adult title with all of the issues that fit well with the character’s ages: somewhat self-absorbed, immature, indecisive and still finding their pathways into adulthood.
Hayden and Tenley have an electric connection, yet can’t seem to get out of their own way and TALK about their issues before throwing them at each other and using their issues and pasts as great iron walls that serve to push them away. Despite their inability to communicate effectively on a regular basis, that doesn’t stop their magnetic attraction, nor their acting on their needs, repeatedly with some clever wordplay used to describe the action. Read more of this post