The Renegade Hunter by Lynsay Sands

Argeneau and Rogue Hunter Series Book 12


Urban Fantasy/Vampire

ISBN: 978-0061474316

Reviewed by Tanya



Nicholas Argeneau has been on the run for more than fifty years, ever since waking up with a dead mortal in his arms.  Knowing that he will lose his life for taking the life of a mortal he fled.  Now he is continuing to live life as a Vampire (Immortal) on the run, but hunting down those who would harm his relatives (just as he did when he was an enforcer).  When he sees a rogue heading into the new enforcer compound where a part y is underway he also sneaks in to make sure things are ok.  He never counts on meeting a lifemate, and will try to do whatever he can to avoid claiming her, as he cannot offer her any sort of life as he is on the run.

Josephine “Jo” Willan is stunned when she is attacked after she steps outside for a breath of fresh air at her sisters’ party.  When she realizes that one of the most gorgeous men she has ever seen is helping defend her she is stunned to find out that her hosts lock him up for his troubles.  How can a man who is that good looking and kisses so well be guilty of anything?  The more Jo learns about Nicholas the more she is convinced he could not have done what he is accused of and she wants him in her life forever.

But, can they keep Jo safe and away from harm and Nicholas from being captured?  Or are they just destined to be starcrossed lovers?

The Renegade Hunter is one of the best in the Argeneau and Rogue Hunter Series.  I had taken a break from this series and picked up The Renegade Hunter and now am hooked again.  I have long been a fan of Ms. Sands writings and Nicholas and Jo’s story is one of the reasons why.  I love how Jo has a strong will and comes up with things that make me laugh, such as how she refers to the vampires trying to read people.  I loved The Renegade Hunter and think that any fan of Ms. Sands or Vampire stories will love not only this story but the series.


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