Monday, April 23, 2018

Fox Hunt by Zoe Perdita

Series: Haven City, 10
Author: Zoe Perdita
Publisher: Zoe Perdita
Genre: MM, Paranormal
Pages: 227
Reviewer: Redz





Publisher’s Blurb
* * *Bestselling Haven City Series* * *

Edward Wilder’s life sucks. At 18, the fox shifter is homeless, trying to care for his baby sister, and since a group of hunter’s maimed him, he can’t even get a normal job. Things can’t get worse—until he witnesses a murder. Now the cops and criminals are on his ass, and he has nowhere to turn. Until Maxwell Strider shows up. Problem is, Max is a hunter, and Edward hates hunters.

Max wouldn’t take in a couple of foxes under normal circumstances. He may only hunt truly dangerous shadow folk, but that doesn’t mean he wants to open his home to a potential enemy. But he owes an old friend a favor, and Edward and the baby, Daisy, need his help.

Protecting Edward should be easy, but the fox wakes a desire Max never knew he possessed. A lust Edward seems to share—if only at night. But can he mend the hurt Edward faced in the past and earn the one thing he’s denied himself—a chance at a family—before it’s too late?

Contains an enemies to lovers romance with fated mates between a sexy hunter and a broken fox shifter, graphic gay sex and a HEA ending. 







Review
Fox Hunt is the tenth book in the Haven City series by author Zoe Perdita.  I would read this series in order it is really more enjoyable that way. You get a better idea of the politics and how this world works that way.
Edward:  has to get food for his baby sister. He needs money. He is a fox shifter. He gets caught by people who think he is an assassin and he gets arrested. He cannot talk so he cannot explain himself either.
Maxwell: he is a hunter. Wanted to know the police had gotten involved in his hunt. It is his job to keep humans safe from dangerous shadow folk.
When Maxwell gets the job to protect Edward and his baby sister Daisy he finds himself in the position he never thought he would be in, falling for a shifter. Wanting a family with one. But can and hunter and the hunted find love?
I loved the ending to this one.  I love also how the characters come full circle and learn to be better people by the end of the book.  I want more from this series, I cannot get enough of the shifters, the hunters and those they love.

                               Five Shooting Stars 




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