Beth's Review: The Game (Hunters' Watch Brigade #2) by Paula Millhouse
APC PUBLISHER: ImaJinn Books RELEASED: June 15, 2018 GENRE: PARANORMAL ROMANCE LENGTH: 224 pages FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK
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A demigod’s work is never done . . .
All monster hunter Samantha Silverton wants is a little R&R. She and her sexy partner/cat shifter Max have a week off in the city that never sleeps, and she intends to enjoy it. But before she can pack her suitcase, she’s caught up in the middle of a wicked game—a smartphone app driven scavenger hunt that’s bringing all the big, bad supernaturals to NYC to play. The bad part? The game was the brainchild of Alex Van Dam—Sam’s first love. What’s worse? Sam will have to play the game alone.
Maximillion Ra hasn’t quite got a handle on his unique shifter magic yet. He’s in love with Sam, but if he’s ever going to be any good to her, he has to face his family’s curse. But how can he leave Sam now, especially with her old flame in the picture?
Alex Van Dam isn’t interested in who wins his game. He just wants to find the final prize—an ancient Greek relic. Once he has it, he’ll use the artifact’s magic to control all the supernaturals in Manhattan, starting with the Hunters’ Watch Brigade.
Only Sam stands in his way. And without Max by her side, even the monster hunting daughter of Poseidon has to wonder if she stands a chance . . . FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
Another excellent book from Millhouse! Max is still as strong but also more of a badass; she and her little sidekick are hilarious together. I love supernatural, but this goes above and beyond the average realm of supernatural. The Game picks up where The Initiation left. This book will grab you from the first chapter and not let you go. You’ll try to put it down, but you won’t be able to stop reading. BTW, I used to want to be a mermaid but not anymore! Hunters ’ Watch Bridge: the Game is as good as the first book; maybe even better. It is a quick read; I recommend it to all readers. I rate it 5 Boundless stars and will be looking for more by Millhouse.