Blogmas Day 8: Hunter’s Hope by Alyssa Day Review


Hunter Evans risked his life again and again as a firefighter until the night he died saving a child…only to be reborn as a vampire. Now the man who lived his life as the quintessential “nice guy” must find a way to conquer the deadly urges that threaten to turn him feral. When his own actions put a beautiful woman in danger, he vows to protect her…even from himself.

Alice Darlington has a secret of her own: she sees ghosts. She thought she’d done a good job of keeping it under wraps—until now. A terrible threat from her past is hunting her down in order to use her power for dark purposes. Now she’s on the run and doesn’t know who to trust or where to go.

When Hunter and Alice team up to battle the dangers coming at them from all sides, they’re forced to rely on each other. But Hunter doesn’t know how long he can keep the beast inside him away from the woman it craves…

My review of Book 1 (Bane’s Choice).


5 Stars

This is the second book in the Vampire Motorcycle Club following Hunter after his transformation into a vampire is complete after all of the events in the first book.

I would recommend to read the first book of the series, Bane’s Choice, first although this book could probably be read by itself since Hunter isn’t in the first book a whole lot and Alice is introduced in this book.

Alyssa is an amazing story teller. She has the great gift of being able to write an amazing storyline and plot with such authentic characters. The plot and the characters work so harmonious together to make you forget that you’re reading as you see everything play out right before you eyes.

Hunter is in this tough position as he’s dealing with the transformation of becoming a vampire and accepting the fact that his life has changed. He finds it hard to believe that such a short time ago he was saving lives as a firefighter and know could easily end them with his new powers and abilities. Since he’s awoken from his change, Hunter’s had a hard time processing everything and is just in a blah mood until he meets Alice one night.

Alice has a bright soul that is willing to help any animal that she comes across and is spending all of her time and resources to keep her animal rescue afloat. She has the special gift of being able to project emotions to animals which comes in handy when trying to convey a sense of calmness and peace to all of those that she’s trying to help, and she also has the ability to see and communicate with ghosts. Which is the reason why her past is so dark and brutal.

But, she was able to come out on the other side and build a life for herself where she’s not afraid of the gifts that she has.

One the night that Alice met Hunter, she thought he was a ghost that was trying to make an appointment with her. Little did she know that there are more paranormal creatures in the world and the ghosts that she talks to barely scratch the surface of the paranormal world.

As the two start to get to know one another, the sparks start to fly, but Hunter is still trying to get his cravings under control. And with all of that going on, The Chamber is trying to stir up trouble to get Alice back in order to do whatever evilness they’ve been planning.

Hunter takes it upon himself to be Alice’s protector because deep down in his soul, he realizes that Alice is his and will do anything in his power to keep her safe.

I love Alice because she’s such kind and considerate person despite all of the trauma that she’s been through. Even though she doesn’t have the powers that Hunter and the other’s have, she tries to keep her new family safe to the best to her abilities. She sees the good in the world and is trying to show Hunter that even though he’s having a hard time adjusting, he isn’t the monster that he makes himself to be.

Happy reading until next time,

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