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The Huntsmen 2: Bareback by Amber Green
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The Huntsmen 2: Bareback

by Amber Green

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I can clearly say that this book is very good, but sometime I feel a little of confusion, maybe cause it's a second in a series and I haven't read the first. Some of the element that maybe the author considers obvious, cause they were in the first book, in this second appears from nothing and leave you a little disorienthed.

Brian is an Huntsman, a special human who fights against the evil with only his human body. The huntsmen feed on energy, energy they get from sex. They are always in pair of twin, but Brian is survived to his twin and now he is a "bareback". A bareback could be an instable element in the hierarchy of the huntsman, so if he doesn't find his balance he will be terminated. Brian is not skettish, he likes both women than men, so maybe for him is more simple to find a partner?

Not really. In his first day in a new town he witnesses to a murder and the cop he goes is Joe. Joe is a big and straight man, but when Brian implores him to have sex (like a drugs addicted in need of a dose...), Joe can't say no, even if he doesn't know that it is not only sexual relief Brian is searching.

But then around them the world seems to explode and the murders pile one after another. Plus Brian has to prove he is not an unstable element to the matriarch of the huntsmen.

Between an homicide and a race in various moving machine (trucks, vans, bycicles...), Brian and Joe manage to share some hot momentd together. Jos doesn't put much force in denying the life elixir to Brian, and he soon sets his mind in peace to the "straight" question.

The book is not at all short, 230 pages, but still reading it you have the feeling to be on a roller coast: the pace is very fast and you have never a moment of peace.
  elisa.rolle | Jan 16, 2008 |
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