I read pretty much anything, from fantasy (City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett) to romance (Bared to You by Sylvia Day) to classics (Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad). The only genres I don't read are self-help and comic books/graphic novels.
9/10 - I'm going into this with a little bit of trepidation as, if you have been following my trials and tribulations with Laurenston's Pride series you'll understand when I say, I'm a little nervous of not being able to connect with the characters or feel their connection with each other. To be continued...
13/10 - I would put this at pretty good, reasonable, and above average, a solid 3.5. Better than a number of her Pride series books. I was able to connect with both characters better than I have with many of the characters from her previous books, and I felt the love connection, at least from Yager's POV.
Hunting Season was set in the same world as both her shifter series and so there was plenty of the expected craziness, name calling and truly horrible behaviour (especially between the women), and highly erotic sex scenes. A few shifters even made a cameo, but I didn't recognise any of the names (I haven't read all of either shifter series, so my lack of recognition doesn't mean some of those characters haven't made an appearance in the world before, just that I haven't read their book, yet).
There were clear openings for other books in the series. Janelle and Tye, and Arri and Mike seemed obvious couples who will get their own books. At the moment I would definitely continue reading this series, over her Pride series in fact, and I was surprised, considering when this was written, that there have been no sequels yet