Quick to the Hunt

Quick to the Hunt Genre LGBT Contemporary WesternSeries Hawkins Ranch Previous Book Becoming ThreeWar veteran Hunter Tennison returns home physically and emotionally scarred Unable to bear feeling anything Hunter uses

  • Title: Quick to the Hunt
  • Author: Cameron Dane
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  • Page: 271
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  • Genre LGBT Contemporary WesternSeries Hawkins Ranch Previous Book Becoming ThreeWar veteran Hunter Tennison returns home physically and emotionally scarred Unable to bear feeling anything, Hunter uses pain to quiet the chaos and to keep his emotions from destroying him Hunter dare not risk falling in love He can t let anyone get close enough to see the violence insiGenre LGBT Contemporary WesternSeries Hawkins Ranch Previous Book Becoming ThreeWar veteran Hunter Tennison returns home physically and emotionally scarred Unable to bear feeling anything, Hunter uses pain to quiet the chaos and to keep his emotions from destroying him Hunter dare not risk falling in love He can t let anyone get close enough to see the violence inside him.In business and relationships, Alexander Quick is practical and rational The first time Alex looks into Hunter s eyes, he sees the damaged soul within, and adamantly tells himself not to get involved Too many things could go haywire with a volatile man like Hunter, and Alex doesn t enter into relationships where he cannot predict the outcome.Then Alex learns his mentor is ill The news sends him reeling Alex suddenly sees his life isn t as perfect as he thought An ache for something meaningful stirs in Alex, and Hunter s broken soul draws him in like a beacon on the blackest night.Two men, one running like hell from love and the other opening himself to the emotion for the first time, collide Hunter and Alex begin a darkly sexual relationship bound to explode In the aftermath, can Alex make Hunter believe their love is powerful enough to heal his scars Publisher s Note This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable male male sexual practices, self injury, spanking.

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    1. Cameron Dane

      I am an air force brat and spent most of my growing up years living overseas in Italy and England, as well as Florida, Georgia, Ohio, and Virginia while we were stateside I now live in Florida once again with my big, wonderfully pushy family and my three legged cat, Harry I have been reading romance novels since I was twelve years old, and twenty years later I still adore them Currently, I have an unexplainable obsession with hockey goaltenders, and an unabashed affection for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

    812 thoughts on “Quick to the Hunt”

    1. This is the best book of the Quentin Montana/Hawkins Ranch series and that's saying something as, for me, they have all been a good read. It deserves every bit of the 5 star rating, it's terrific. I always knew there was a dark writer inside of Cameron Dane and Quick to the Hunt is proof positive of that.First of all in order to get the most out of this book you need to like/be comfortable reading M/M, dark psychological content and some fierce/angry sex scenes. Over 80% of this book is not spen [...]

    2. Spoilers belowI've had mixed experiences with Cameron Dane's work, but have generally liked her books. Knowing Caleb is one of my favourite MM paranormal reads. So I'm completely surprised that I had such a negative reaction to 'Quick to the Hunt'. And it all comes down to Hunter Tennison.The start of Hunter and Alex's romance is what I usually like and enjoy from this author. Two lonely men finding each other, and realizing that not only do they find each other attractive, but also pluck at one [...]

    3. Too much. Angst lover that I am could almost not handle it. Too much darkness, too much aggression, too much violence, too much despair, too many depressing flashbacks. The self harming angle to this extent was a first for me. I found that along with the PTSD engrossing for about half the book, then it began to feel like overload. I understand the subject matter is extremely difficult, but I couldn't bring myself to care. I also couldn't really get involved with the romance part because, really, [...]

    4. Cameron Dane!! She's done it again! This time angsty, dark and troubled - a bubbling cesspool of hurt, pain and strife- oh, how I loved this story.And then we still get a HEA.Hunter is back from war, discharged and with a major chip on his shoulder, PTSD up the wazoo and a world of hurt he inflicts on his person. He's not fit to be around people. So are you wondering how in the hell is he the star of a romance?That's why I applaud Cameron Dane because she really made it work. Alex Quick is deali [...]

    5. I haven't written a review in awhile, after reading this one while still on the mend, I thought I'd give it a shot. This book prompted me too and it was deserving of a few words, so here it goes. Excellent story, but not for those of you who have a history of PTSD, self-harming and survivor's guilt in which you find books with this type of content hard to swallow or read about.I can admit to being one and admit that it took me days to get through this book for the angst and violent content alone [...]

    6. 4.5 StarsSo I love Cameron Dane books, they are SUPER raunchy and her couples are greate's autobuy for me and I LOVE the Hawkins Ranch series (the m-m-f not so much but mostly because of preference). This book dealt wit a pretty heavy themePTSD, the serious issues that veterans come back with from war and how that affects every aspect of their life.This was Hunter's and Alexs love story, it was bruta, sad, intense, INCREDIBLY hotAlso healing and lovely.I liked this couple a lotd Cameron Dane is [...]

    7. 4,5 stars"Emotional rollercoaster" doesn`t do this book justice.It`s more like "dancing on a volcano" - barefoot!Cameron Dane`s often criticized flowery-power-prose perfectly fits to this dark,no, - pitch-black love story and the violent,incredibly hot sex-scenes (no escaping the "fluttering chute").The few gentle moments were like a lifeline - let me tell ya`!And the endingwwwwwww!In spite of a number of pet peeves it`s impossible for me to rate this book lower.I really hated and loved this sto [...]

    8. I read this book for an A-to-Z challenge because I needed a book that started with "Q" but did not read the previous books in the series. I wish I had. I felt I was missing a connection with previous characters such as Sarah, Jace, and Jasper. I wanted to know more about Alex's connection to Sarah.The combustion of Alex and Hunter's meeting was great. I liked their attraction to each other. But once they finally hooked up, the book went downhill for me. I find I don't like when authors have too [...]

    9. This type of book almost always draws the 5 star rating from me. Raw, emotional, characters who need to overcome a trauma or bad break, and a loving supportive partner who doesn't give up on them despite mistakes made. This has been a great series from start to finish (still have a couple yet to read since I read out of order). Story of Alex, a businessman, and Hunter, an ex-military rancher.Alex sees that the guy he is falling for is hiding a number of deep, painful secrets in battling his PTSD [...]

    10. Maybe I'll write a full review when I have more time but I do want to point out that there are some wildly inaccurate portrayals of military service in this book. Enough that it kept me awake after I finished it and even had me reading passages to my husband to cringe over with me so I wouldn't be the only person somewhat outraged at the portrayal. While the PTSD issues may be realistic, (based on the shoddy research into the military aspects, I wouldn't bet on it) the back-story about how Hunte [...]

    11. This is a darker story from one of my favorite author's usual fare, with Hunter a man tormented by his past. The effects of serving and surviving two wars had carved scars not only into his body, but into Hunter's psyche as well. The attraction that flares quick and hot between Alex and Hunter, when they accidentally meet, seems to undermine Hunter's fragile hold on stability, with results that are both ugly and deeply moving. This is not an easy read, though I guess not many books that deal wit [...]

    12. sexy, raw, passionate, emotional-- everything I expect from a Cameron Dane novel. I can't get enough of her writing. Every time I think she can't beat the last book, she does it again. Her characters are so raw and real, the sex is scorching hot and the story is always heart-wrenching. I can't wait to see what else she has in store because every time I read one of her books, I've been through feelings of joy, sadness, frustration, desire, and ultimately satisfaction for a book well done. Bravo, [...]

    13. Pretty good m/m romance about a soldier returned from Afghanistan with severe PTSD and survivor's guilt who deals with things by self-harming. My major problem with this one was the overblown, often lurid prose, which made nearly everything seem completely over the top and just too much, all the time.

    14. 3.5 StarsHunter is stateside after five tours of duty in the Middle East. He is battered and bruised, inside and out. He is having a difficult time adjusting to civilian life and uses self-inflicted pain to keep his demons at bay. Alex is a wealthy real estate mogul recently transplanted to Quinten where he is overseeing a housing development project. Alex has many business acquaintances but not many personal friends. He doesn't have much family to speak of except for Mack, his mentor. When (vie [...]

    15. 3.5I love Cameron Dane's stuff - okay I can admit it - I am a total Cameron Dane whore. It's one of my guiltiest pleasures on my kindle. In fact, my whole "so-hot-my-kindle-imploded shelf" was initially created because of her. This wasn't a favorite of hers for me but I did like it. There are some enjoyable aspects to the story. Hot sexual tension, building of a romance that seemed impossible at times. I did not like all the flashbacks (not unusual in her books) but there were a lot and they wer [...]

    16. DNF at 70%This book had some of my favorite elements like a tortured hero with PTSD and scars, lots of drama, small town setting, and yet it sadly failed to deliver. I found hard to believe how someone who knew he had a problem and searched in the internet ways to try and help himself, would never think of going to a shrink or turn a deaf ear when his friend urged gim to do it, especially when it became obvious he could become a danger to others when he lost control. And so the drama dragged on [...]

    17. I made it through this book! For a while there I thought it was too mucheverything!Quick to the Hunt is not in my opinion an easy, light-hearted read. It is a painful journey through one man's tormented mind. Heartbreaking doesn't begin to scratch the surface of this book.I found it disturbing that in between all of the self-inflicted pain was a very sexy, very HOT story. Boy did these boys know how to fuck. It was during these scenes that I had hope these two would find love.By the time I was n [...]

    18. Okis is a MM romance. The sex is pretty explicit but well written. The story, however, is outstanding! Hunter is home after several tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. He's suffering with SEVERE PTSD and self-mutilates to deal with the images he saw, the men he lost, and the things he's done.Alex is the complete opposite; suave, educated, richd falls in love with the damaged Hunter.Their journey to HEA is full of nightmares and lossere's also the horrible scene where Hunter literally beats the man he [...]

    19. I had to take a moment to center my thoughts before writing this review because I wanted to convey how much I really enjoyed this read. Cameron Dane has been an "auto-buy" for me for quite some time and while some of the books are not as strong as others, I have enjoyed every book I've purchased. This one was certainly no exception.While reading the book, I imagined how difficult this book must have been to write. It certainly was difficult to read. I ached for Hunter while experiencing each tor [...]

    20. This book was chilling to me and so outside of what I am used to reading when I enjoy another of Dane's treasures. I have heard of cutting, the self hurt that is often exhibited in adolescents but to see what tragedy can bring forth in a man as strong as Hunter awed me. I loved the relationship between he and Alex. It was real. Alex had to step back. That is often not the case when one character loves another. But then, why would Dane provide the ordinary and the usual when she can give you a vi [...]

    21. I've really enjoyed all the Hawkin's Ranch stories, but this one is outstanding. Without going into spoiler-mode, I found the emotional aspect of the story deeply moved me. Hunter is a tortured soul with an incredibly kind heart, and I'm so glad that that saved him in the end. Alex is really no better off, but has grown into and accepted who and what he is.I'll leave it at that so other readers can find out for themselves :)Be warned, there are a couple of very raunchy, 'rough' sex scenes which [...]

    22. This was a well written story but for me it was hard to get through. Not because of the subject matter but because there seemed to be a lack of romance in the story. The problems that Hunter faced were realistically portrayed and he was certainly struggling to readjust to civilian life again. However, I just couldn't feel the emotional connection between him and Alex and they didn't seem to spend enough time together throughout the book for much growth in their relationship to take place.

    23. I have to say Quick to the Hunt was a violent and difficult story. I'm glad that I persevered through the trauma and heartbreak because its also a very moving and powerful story. If you can get past the disturbing angst its worth it, but I totally understand this is not for everyone. No light and easy romance here, be prepared for emotional upheaval.

    24. Blue Ribbon Rating: 5 out of 5Original Review LinkHaving survived multiple tours of duty in the Middle East, war veteran Hunter Tennison has returned home to Quinten, Montana. Yet Hunter isn’t the same man he once was. Now, when he feels anything too strongly, the churning emotions inside him become so violent that he believes the only way he can center himself is through self-harm. Hunter keeps his distance from anyone he cares about, thinking that doing so will help him get through each day. [...]

    25. I haven't read the reviews of others as of yet, so I apologize if this sounds like something you've already heard. I'm a bit torn on this one. . . I love Cameron Dane and all of the Hawkins Brothers books thus far but I'm confused here. I think this will be a bit spoilerish, so read at your own risk. (view spoiler)[ I've read some pretty harsh rough sex scenes including Uneven by Anah Crow. For some reason, the violence in this one seemed less sexual and more, well, violent, than that of books l [...]

    26. It tells the story of Hunter Tennison, the older brother of Sarah, the heroine of Cameron Dane's last book "Becoming Three" in the Quinten series. We already knew that Hunter served in the wars in Afghanistan and Irak and that he hasn't contacted his sister for over a year. We didn't know why but I wasn't really understanding. Now we got to know that Hunter is hurt, outside and mainly inside. He lost so many friends during his army time that he can't deal with the pain and anger anymore. He volu [...]

    27. Well, I had high hopes for this one. My main issue with this book is similar to the previous reviews I've read. It's not a light-hearted, funny, joyful read. I expected a little bit of humor despite the subject to be present considering how Alex is portrayed in the previous book but you only get glimpses at the very end. Also the book get really heavy on the angst about half way through with Mack AND will. Both stories are well told, mind you but you get pulled away from Alex and hunter as an en [...]

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