Blog Tour: Hunter by A. E. Fisher

February 16, 2017


I spent years running from my past. Then, when my past comes knocking in the form of dark, delicious sin, I find myself caught up in a man I shouldn’t. My son's uncle. A dangerous biker. Not to mention, an overbearing Alpha male.
Hunter is everything I need to escape from, yet I find myself wanting to stay. I know I shouldn't let myself or my son care for him, but I can't help wondering if maybe he's the one who can finally save me from my past.
The plan was simple. Find my nephew, bring him home, and raise him in the Black Angels like my brother would have wanted. But things never go as planned, like my nephew’s mother. My brother’s one-night stand.
Mallory is spicy and sweet; one second she is mouthing off to me, and the next, she is moaning my name. The longer I’m with her, the harder she is to ignore. But she is hiding something while desperate to escape me, though I have her in my grasp. I will find out what she is hiding, and when I do, she will have nowhere left to run.

  Decisions. Every one we make holds more power than we can know. Which one will be of little consequence and which will completely alter our future? Some choices we make are so small that we don’t put much thought into them at all. Do we go straight to work or stop to get coffee? Do we go to the party or stay home? Do we answer the phone or ignore the call? Those seemingly insignificant decisions can have extremely significant impacts on our life. Going straight to work might put you in the path of a truck that runs a red light. You could meet your future wife or husband at that party, and ignoring the phone when someone needs your help could result in tragedy.

However, there are those decisions that we know could have serious consequences, but we throw caution to the wind anyway. Maybe it’s because we feel like nothing bad will happen to us, or we are too weak to turn down temptation. Maybe we feel like whatever happens will be worth it in the long run. The fact is everyone makes good decisions and bad decisions. Our choices range from hasty to well thought out. The problem with these decisions is that they don’t only affect us.

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One lie changed Mallory Ward’s life forever. It was a lie told in a moment of desperation. A lie that resulted in a pregnancy, and eventually a death.

Mallory didn’t mean for it to happen. Trapping Noble was never her intention. She wasn’t that type of girl. She only wanted to be with him…just once. If she would have let him leave, she didn’t think she would get this chance again. Admiring him from afar for years, this was the moment she would finally get what she always wanted. She couldn’t let that one little thing get in the way. Everything would be fine. The chances of anything happening from one time seemed unlikely. Too bad she was wrong.

When Mallory surprises Noble with the news that he is going to be a father, he reacts unfavorably. Shocked and hurt by her deception, he walks away from her that night, and she never sees him again. After she learns of his death and receives some upsetting information, Mallory flees from her hometown with the intention of never going back. Moving from place to place so that no one can find her seemed to be working out for her just fine…until it wasn’t.

Hunter was devastated over the loss of his brother. When he finds out that Mallory has his only nephew, Adair, he forces her to come back home with him. He knows she ran after Noble died, but he doesn’t know why. She agrees to go with him willingly if he promises to tell everyone that her son is his child. Hunter is a member of The Black Angels MC. They are his family, and he doesn’t want to lie to them. However, he knows that if he doesn’t agree to her terms, she will take off again, so he reluctantly agrees. 

As Mallory and Hunter spend time together, it becomes apparent that there is an intense attraction between the two of them. Both of them try to fight it, but eventually it becomes too much and they slowly begin to give in to their desires. Mallory and Adair become extremely important to Hunter, and he wants to make Mallory his old lady. He can’t though because he knows there is something that she isn’t telling him, and he still isn’t sure if she is going to take off the first chance she gets. Will she put her trust in him before it’s too late?

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Hunter is the first installment in the Black Angels Mc series by A.E. Fisher. It is Mallory and Hunter’s story, but it’s also clearly setting up for future books by introducing us to a plethora of other characters along the way. The author gives you just enough of them to make you want to know more of their stories. The whole time I was reading I almost feel like I might be missing something, but in the end, it made me want to pick up the rest of the series to satisfy my curiosity, so I think her approach to spark interest in the rest of the characters was successful at least in my case.

This story is full of action, emotion, steam, and just enough intrigue to keep me reading until I reached the end. I enjoyed watching Mallory and Hunter fall for one another, and learning more about the club and their rivals. Was it a perfect book? No. There was some things that didn’t seem quite right to me, and I didn’t like the way every situation was handled. Not to mention, I almost blew a blood vessel when Mallory got locked in Hunter’s truck…. because, you know, trucks don’t have locks on the inside or anything.

Despite any problems I had with the book, it was still an enjoyable read. I was invested in the characters, entertained by the story, and I’m interested to see what happens next. I would recommend this one to lovers of MC romance and/or romantic suspense fans. Suspenseful and sexy with a few surprising twists and turns, Hunter is a solid start to what is sure to be an even better series!

Writing books had been a big part of my life for many years; whether it was writing in secret notebooks during class, writing amateur novels or posting stories online, I surrounded myself with it.
Of course, it has its up and downs, but I've never once thought that writing wasn't for me.
Because of that, I can share the worlds I discover in my head with the outside world, and although that might sound crazy to some, it's fine by me. So long as I can do what I love, I'm happy.
And every person who's happy as a result of my writing is a bonus for which, I'm forever grateful for.

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