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The Argeneau Family Has A Secretone Of Their Own Is A Rogue Vampire Nicholas Argeneau Was Once A Successful Hunter Who Went After Rogue Vampires Who Broke The Immortal Law Except No One Has Mentioned His Name In The Last Fifty Years, Not Since He Turned Into A Rogue Himself But Once A Hunter, Always A Hunter When Nicholas Sees A Bloodthirsty Sucker Terrifying A Woman, It S Second Nature For Him To Come To Her Rescue He Had No Idea He Would Also Want To Kiss Her SenselessOne Minute Josephine Willan Is Taking In A Breath Of Fresh Air, And The Next Sharp Fangs Are Heading Straight For Her Neck Luckily, A Gorgeous Stranger Saves Her Lifeand Gets Locked Up For His Troubles Can A Man Who Kisses So Lovingly And Passionately Really Have Committed The Crime He S Accused Of Jo Isn T So Sureand She S Determined To Prove That This Renegade Hunter Is Worth Fighting For


10 thoughts on “The Renegade Hunter

  1. says:

    When you read a book almost daily, and you aren t a millionaire with a library like the Beast, you need a good source for free books I use an app called Overdrive that hooks my library card up to my library s e books that I can download onto my Kindle Because of this, sometimes I have to wait in e lines waiting lists for really popular books, but I also find a lot of books available immediately and can go a little crazy This series is available all the time, and there are a lot of them, therefore, I will read this whole series no matter what.Free anything is awesome So, when the last book sucked, I was bummed I have a helluva lot of these vamp books on my Kindle right now Imagine my joy when this one turned out to be good.That s me frolicking Everyone s a critic.In this story, we have Nicholas, an ex vamp cop who used to hunt down rogues, but was caught with a bloody, dead woman in his arms that he supposedly murdered He s been on the run for 50 years, but has made an appearance in the last couple of books He seems like a good guy, and is still hunting rogues, but has a death sentence on the him because of the murdering thing Picky picky Anyway, I was just thinking, wouldn t it be funny if it turned out he WAS a murderer and the book was still all about him getting his life mate That d be awesome But nooooooo, of course he s a good guy who is somehow just misunderstood.Some things you can just count on happening.Nicholas s life mate is Jo, who is the sister of a former heroine Sam Jo has a smart enough mouth to make me like her.When she realizes that she is dealing with a nest of vampires, she comments on how pretty they all are Yeah I have big pores that give away my vices while you guys all have baby s ass pores Baby s ass pores I like it She also called the look that all of the male vamps were giving her and her other sister while they were trying to read her mind and see if she was their life mate the Penis Head Look She said they stared at her forehead like she had a penis stuck to it In other words, Jo calls em like she sees em.Here are her nicknames for Lucian, the guy who could sentence Nicholas to death Asshole dictator, Bossy Boy, Sourpuss Pants, Captain Crabby I like a girl who can come up with great insult names on the fly.good name calling is a delicate balance between funny and offensive.But, apparently not everyone appreciates Jo s great naming skills There is a rogue vampire who is determined to kill her Bad Breath Guy So, she and Nicholas have to run from the good vamps AND the bad vamps Plus, they need time to stop and have sexy times Priorities, ya know.All together, a fun story The ending, though, was left a little in the air We won t find out who done it until the next book.


  2. says:

    Now this was a fantastic read While the first two books in the Rogue Hunters series were good, i didn t feel they were in the same level as the Argeneau s Now i can see why the stories didn t seem to have much meat They were actually building up to this book, which to me looks like the catalyst to the series I fell totally in LOVE with the main characters, particularly the heroine It was a breath of fresh air to have a smart, confident without being arrogant , friendly and feisty heroine While the HH were attracted to each other from the very beginning, their feelings didn t really develop until after they had built up trust and a good friendship I liked that they expressed their feelings to each other when they figured it out They communicated well so there were no stupid misunderstandings that seem to plague romance novels these days.It was nice to revisit some of the old characters from previous books Though even at the end the mystery keeps on, it only adds to my curiosity Am not frustrate that some questions are still unanswered, i actually cannot wait for the next book to see what it will reveal.


  3. says:

    I really liked this one, I could put it down for long before I wanted to hurry back to finish it. The other two rogue hunter books have been good, but I always like the argeneau series better Here is a few reasons I liked this one, Nicholas is an Argeneau, so it didnt read like the other two rogue books it was on the family lines I really liked Jo, I fell in love with her when she called Lucian a sourpuss pants and thats not all she called him I was LMBO. Nicholas and Jo are great together I really like to read a book where there is romance and it just feel in to place with out getting borning. Only one thing bothers me is the book ends with out telling who killed Annie I m hoping we will find it out in the next book..


  4. says:

    It was nice to catch up with these Argeneus and I particularly liked Nicholas He may be an outcast and on the run but he is still in his mind first and foremost a hunter Pairing him up with Jo was sheer genius She asks questions, doesn t shilly shally and generally takes chances Does she come across as too pushy at times Perhaps if honest as she is facing off against big bad vampires but I can t help but admire her pluck.I read the first five books in this series but then frankly got a little bored They did seem to follow a formula , couple meet and the vampire realises that this person is their life mate They can only turn one human in their life span but should they do it There always seemed to be passionate encounters between the couple and a bad guy or two getting in the way Now add in the fact that these vampires originate from Atlantis and you begin to see why I became a little dissatisfied It all gets too futuristic with nanos running around their blood changing and reforming them and just to this reader felt wrong Is this the twelfth book different Well not really but if you enjoy contemporary vampire stories you might like this For this reader the big question hanging over at the end ruined it as I don t enjoy cliffhangers but it was fun reading about stuffy Lucian being put well and truly in his place


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    4.5 starsBooks like this one make me happy I stuck with the series after a couple of mediocre books.It was sooo good It was not perfect, but I think it was my second favorite of the series that I have read so far.Jo the heroine kicks serious ass She is not a ridiculous alpha female, but she is confident, funny, and goes all out to help vindicate Nicholas She really rolls with the punches and handles all of the drama and problems really well But man she is horny The guy can barely come up for air before she is jumping his bones again I loved her love and faith in Nicholas.Nicholas is pretty great too, but is a bit beaten down and does not believe in himself as a person It takes a strong heroine like Jo to bring him back from the very dark place he has lived for the past 50 years He never questioned his feelings for Jo but he certainly worried that being his lifemate would be her downfall Instead it was his salvation.One pet peeve I have with these books is the possibility of multiple life mates That bugs me to no end Since Nicholas first life mate died 50 years ago we get to hear about her and know that what he shares with Jo is not unique I was able to get past it though because I know Jo is perfect for him and he loved her But it sill bugs me I just do not want to hear about OW in any capacity I guess Jo said it best when she said that she was the only living person that could make him feel this way and she had to be ok with that.Aside from the above pet peeve, I totally enjoyed this book.


  6. says:

    In this story, we have Nicholas, an ex vamp cop who used to hunt down rogues, but was caught with a bloody, dead woman in his arms that he supposedly murdered He seems like a good guy, and is still hunting rogues, but has a death sentence on the him because of the murdering thing It was nice to catch up with these Argeneus and I particularly liked Nicholas He may be an outcast and on the run but he is still in his mind first and foremost a hunter Pairing him up with Jo was sheer genius She asks questions, doesn t shilly shally and generally takes chances Jo the heroine kicks serious ass She is not a ridiculous alpha female, but she is confident, funny, and goes all out to help vindicate Nicholas Read one Argeneau, read them allbut this had a very nice continuation of Nicholas and it had me cheering for him and his lifemate, Jo She, of course, is fiesty and stands up even to Lucian SHe calls him Captain Crabby She meets Nicholas, makes out with him the same day, sleeps with him the next day and saves his a literally all within a week Jo was snarky and funny and was a great female character However, I really want to know what Lucien found out about who killed the mortal woman and framed Nicholas Nicholas was a good hero and Jo was a together heroine than some of the others in this series Unfortunately, to create the situations where our hero comes to her rescue the other Hunters have to appear pretty incompetent Let s just say I wouldn t want to rely on them to protect MY body from hungry bad guys And then there s another semi cliffhanger ending which apparently is quite popular now but I find quite annoying Loved this one also, i loved Josephine character alot I like straight foward type girls in novels not shy and awkward ones so much and i definily loved my sexy husband Nickolas alot also i would read this again and not be bored I have a helluva lot of these vamp books on my Kindle right now Imagine my joy when this one turned out to be good It was sooo good It was not perfect, but I think it was my second favorite of the series that I have read so far I really enjoyed reading this Third in the Rogue Hunter series by Lynsay Sands, but also 12th in the Argeneau series Confusing Nah It s a sub plot based in the same world with overlapping characters Yeah I have big pores that give away my vices while you guys all have baby s ass pores


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    Read one Argeneau, read them allbut this had a very nice continuation of Nicholas and it had me cheering for him and his lifemate, Jo She, of course, is fiesty and stands up even to Lucian SHe calls him Captain Crabby She meets Nicholas, makes out with him the same day, sleeps with him the next day and saves his a literally all within a week She determines that while Nick feels he is guilty of a horrible crime and turns rouge and feels the whole family turned their back on him for the last 50 years, Jo comes to make him realize, he is not alone She believes he was set upbut by whom They don t really answer this so I am hoping in the next book, it is addressed She makes Nick believe for the first time in 50 years, he might be innocent and makes the family who turned their backs on him, believe he must be innocent because of hte memory lapse Hence, he was druggedbut by whoooommmm Answser the question Ms Sands Enjoyed it like it was a guilty pleasure.


  8. says:

    1.5 stars It had moments, but the unsatisfying ending left me frustrated Renegade Hunter has a good hero in Nicholas Argenau, a rogue hunter gone rogue, now hunted by his fellow hunters but still noble and still on the job hunting down bad rogue vampires and a decent heroine in Jo Willin ,sister to Sam from Immortal Hunter who is feisty and who is insightful enough to question the circumstance which made Nicholas a rogue even though all the other hunters were willing to accept Nicholas downfall without question But, it turns out that just having a good starring pair isn t enough to overcome the fact that the plot, since this is the 11th or 12th Argeneau book, has become very formulaic vamp meets his her lifemate, there is some reason why they shouldn t be together, several interrupted make out scenes to draw out the consummation and then the story of Atlantean vampires and their friendly neighborhood nanos and mid way through Renegade Hunter I found myself wondering if this series had finally run its course About three fourths of the way through there was a brief glimmer of hope, when Jo challenges the rest of the immortals to try and save her lifemate and uncovers a mystery I thought that Sands was really going somewhere with the story, but then the book just comes to an abrupt stop as if the publisher ripped out the last two chapters one for the resolution and one for the HEA epilog just to stick in the preview of Sands next historical Where a slightly different ending might have redeemed Renegade Hunter for me and it doesn t help that apparently the answers to the mystery in Armand s upcoming book the final result was that I found Renegade Hunter frustrating and unsatisfying That said I will still be reading Sands contribution to Bitten By Cupid because I ve been waiting forever for Tiny s story, but it s good that Sand s next Hunter book won t be out right away because and I apologize for being so abnormally negative here maybe I ll be over my snit enough by then to give Sands another chance.


  9. says:

    Witty, suspenseful, and full of steamy romance just the way I like my books In this one a long estranged Argeneau is found along with his life mate But, will his name be cleared That will be included in the next book.


  10. says:

    Books are weird things You can be completely, utterly drawn in with the characters, but hate the story You can adore the story, but dislike the characters Sometimes you might love the story and characters, but hate the pacing of the novel And still others, you find yourself in love with everythingexcept the writing.Ironically, while I have read a few of Sands novels over the years, I don t recall hating her writing style as much as I found myself disliking such now My primary issue with her style is simplistic but in no way less problematic Put simply, there is nothing worse, in my opinion, than an author who writes gigantic paragraphs which describe a characters actions, words, and thoughts to extreme Such problem is even pronounced when that description is done in a very robotic tone.The writing style of this particular book was so bad, it actually started jolting me away from the enjoyment of being with the characters and became far too distracting While I found myself charmed by the hero Nicholas, and curious about the heroine, Jo, I could not bring myself to finish the novel, despite my initial interest in the book.