Title: A Hunted Man (The Men of Halfway House #2)
Author Name: Jaime Reese
Publication Date & Length: April 29, 2014 – 379pgs
After surviving ten years in prison, Cameron Pierce is attempting to put the past behind him. He tries to adjust to his newfound freedom with a place at the halfway house and a job. But one lesson he learned in prison keeps him guarded: hope is a dangerous thing.
Hunter Donovan, Assistant State Attorney, is a man of justice who loves a challenge. After a lifetime of putting his career first, a milestone brings him to a harsh realization—he’s lonely.
Hunter’s world changes when he meets Cam. The wary young man intrigues him and awakens a desire unlike anything he’s ever experienced. When Cam’s past resurfaces and threatens to rip them apart, their budding relationship is challenged and Cam’s hope for a future begins to dim.
These outside forces hunting Cam will stop at nothing to send him back to prison. But they’ll have to get past Hunter first.
This series just grabs you and pulls you in. This book was about Cam and Hunter.
Julian and Matt are back along with Sam. Julian with his sense of humor and Matt the caring caretaker. There was some mystery, suspense along with humor and a love story. Found myself not wanting to put this book down I was so drawn into the story.
Cam and Hunter’s love story was so romantic. Cam was broken in a way that left him unsure and feeling very guilty. Hunter was an attorney, strong, confident and very sure of himself. He did everything he could for Cam to move on. Very touching story.
I love how Jaime Reese writes so beautifully with so much emotion. You just become part of the book as your reading. Can’t wait for book 3.
I get this huge dorky grin on my face when I receive a message from someone who has taken the time to read my book. I know readers have a choice in a sea of many options. I’m humbled when someone chooses one of mine. Thank you. ~JR
Jaime Reese is the alter ego of an artist who loves the creative process of writing, just not about herself. Fiction is far more interesting. She has a weakness for broken, misunderstood heroes and feels everyone deserves a chance at love and life. An avid fan of a happy ending, she believes those endings acquired with a little difficulty are more cherished.
…and yes, it was totally weird reading something about myself in 3rd person 🙂