Hunter's Descent, Mischief and Monsters #2 by Alice Winters

Mischief and Monsters is right, Hunter's Descent had me wondering if the humans were really the monsters of the story.

From the blurb:

Snagging the hunter was the easy part. Now I have to prove to him that a life filled with chaos, the most amazing fish ever, and delightful me is so much better than normal—trust me, he isn’t too hard to
But when a group of insolent chimeras laughably think they can target my one true love, they have another thing coming for them—likely death.
With my dubious sidekicks in tow—and Declan, who is as happy as I am to run headfirst into danger—we travel across the country to track down why these chimeras are harassing Declan. But what we find might prove yet again that you never know who the real monster is.

Yeah… what he said. Except the fish part.

Jacquie's Review:

Hunter's Descent is set a few months after the events of book 1, with Declan and Lake living together peacefully until attacks start happening on hunters and chimeras. Because they are morally grey, they don't really care at first, (I love Declan's attitude) until the attacks are aimed their way. Even then they have to decide if they want to get involved - spoiler, they do, because they are bored.

Some of the usual humor, I really missed Lake and his fish, along with his family of chimeras. He's one of those chaotic characters that can't help but charm me.

As with the first book there is a lot of violence. Hunter's Descent really hit the mark for me, it kept me turning the pages. I cannot wait for it in audiobook.

Rating: 5 Stars

Hunter's Descent is available to buy as an ebook or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.