For the past three years, Chase and his
breed mate Andrea have waited for her to be considered an
adult by human standards so that they can finally wed. As
punishment for his past misdeeds, Chase has been physically
separated from his spirited fiancée and the distance, plus
playing a balancing act between human and wulf cultures, has
made Chase appear distant and uncaring towards Andrea. When
their wedding day arrives, it’s clear that desire burns
brightly between the two. Yet Andrea wants more than
passion from her new husband – she wants his heart as well.
The hunt is on, but when it comes to chasing love, who is
predator, and who is prey?
There’s nothing more exciting than
watching two strong-willed characters go head-to-head in the
battle for each other’s hearts. Hunting Chase
is a fast-paced, erotic delight. What I love most about it
is that neither Chase nor Andrea is perfect. Both make
mistakes in their relationship and each has much to learn
about what it really means to not only love, but be mated
and married to someone. I enjoyed watching their characters
develop over the course of the story and liked both
protagonists for their flaws as well as their virtues.
Andrea and Chase are a dynamic pair and so perfectly suited
to one another that I was up late into the night, unable to
stop reading Hunting Chase because I wanted to
see Chase and Andrea find love, not just lust, with one
Though book five in the Werewulf Journals series,
Hunting Chase has enough information that newcomers
to the series will be able to follow along. An engaging,
red-hot read, Hunting Chase is one of my
favorite installments in Camille Anthony’s wonderful, sexy
Werewulf Journals series.