Book Review: ManHunt

Sometimes you have to forget it all to remember what really matters.
Michael Brennan’s life and career come to an abrupt halt when he
receives a phone call telling him the love of his life, Nikki Wright, is
in the hospital after another attack by her ex-boyfriend Sebastian
Cross. Rushing back to Hershey, PA, Michael turns up at Nikki’s hospital
bedside covered in Sebastian’s blood and telling her they have to leave
immediately. Though her injuries have induced amnesia, Nikki inherently
feels she can trust this man with her life. Soon, they find themselves
on the run from both their own troubled pasts and authorities hunting
for Sebastian’s killer. But with each new day and each touch drawing her
further into Michael’s embrace, Nikki remembers more about this
fugitive she once loved, and who still loves her enough to risk
everything to protect her and keep her safe.

Meet The Author

Lillie likes to joke that she is a mother, author, and wife – usually in
that order. Although her background is in Wildlife Biology, writing has
always been her passion. She was a teaching assistant for English
Composition and English as a Second Language in college, and wrote
countless stories in her free time before she was brave enough to submit
one for publication. A preview of MANHUNT was an editor’s choice
recipient at textnovel.com in 2009, where it is still #10 on their “Most
Popular” list, and was a semi-finalist in the Dorchester Next Best
Celler (sic)contest. Lillie was also recently awarded an Honorable
Mention in the 2011 RWA-Passionate Ink’s Stroke of Midnight competition
for her work-in-progress, THE CIRCLE, a paranormal romance. When not
writing or freezing at soccer games, Lillie loves to cook and play video
games with her family.

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My Review!!!

Writing a Romance Suspense Drama is hard. You have to make sure you have enough action to keep things going, enough steam to heat up the romance, and enough twist and turns to make sure the web is constantly being woven. Then on top of that you have to add details to make the people feel real. To make the situations feel like you yourself would do the same thing.

Lillie does a marvelous job at making all of the above come true. There are some ‘slower’ parts like the description of grocery shopping but they need to be there. It needs to be there to help add the tension and awkwardness between the two and their shopping choices give you insight into the people they are. Every detail is important.

A page turner that you don’t want to miss!

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