Review: Hunter by Cheree Alsop

Hunter by Cheree Alsop is book 6 in the Silver series. This one follows Dray and Gem (from book five). Set in a small farming town, Dray is the only werewolf in the area. He was adopted, and so doesn’t really know much about his wolf side. When a cute, bouncy girl moves in with her family, he’s immediately drawn to her smell. She, of course, knows exactly what he is.

But the local livestock is being viciously slaughtered by wolves, and Dray’s parents are concerned. When a wolf is shot and Dray realizes its Gem, his whole life changes in a moment. The pack of wolves is a rouge werewolf pack making trouble, and soon Gem calls in Jaze and the crew for help. Dray finds out that werewolves aren’t the mythological something he thought they were, and finds himself in the process.

I think the part about this story I loved was the gentle reassurance Dray gives Gem after her ordeal in Lobotraz (see book five). It’s also the loving, open relationship Dray has with his parents. They didn’t know about wolves when they adopted him, but they’ve spent the last ten years supporting him anyway. And they do it again and again throughout the book.

Dray is also incredibly brave. At one point, he rushes into a burning building to save the patients. He doesn’t back down from defending his territory against the rogue pack even though he’s not an alpha. He defends Gem from jerks at school. And, in the end, he is instrumental in a fight helping Jaze, but I won’t say more and give away the plot.

Five Star Rating by Loren Weaver

If you liked this one, the rest of the series can be found here. Or the author’s website.

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