Saturday, July 6, 2013

Ashley Stoyanoff Review: Bounty's End by AJ Williams

Bounty's End by AJ Williams

Title: Bounty’s End (Bounty for Hire, #2)
Author: AJ Wiliams
Publication Info: AJ Wiliams (Feb 2013)Page Count: 93
Genre: Adult Romance
Shelf: Books I BoughtRating: ★★★

Goodreads: Here
Author's Website: Here
Purchase: Here

Summary from Goodreads:
Thomas has reached a point in his life where he is done with bounty hunting. He is finally ready to take the step in following his dream and hopefully put his family back together. However, before that happens, he has to rescue his neighbor—the woman he has been lusting after—from unsuspecting danger that lurks at every corner. 
Wen has been in love with her neighbor, Thomas, for the last six months. Yet, with his schedule and her inability to welcome a new relationship, Wen is certain that her love will stay hidden. It does, until she learns that she’s being followed. Not wanting to intrude on her family, she calls Thomas. 
Can Thomas rescue Wen and his dream? Or will danger permanently keep him from both?

My Review:

The second book in Wiliams Bounty for Hire series takes place at the same time as the first one.  It’s centered on Thomas and his love interest Wen.

Thomas is a bounty hunter who has had enough.  He wants to move on, and he wants his family to do the same.  He’s a sweet guy, and he’s also fiercely loyal and protective.

Wen is a bit broken.  After having her heart shattered, she moves closer to her parents and ends up living across the road from Thomas.  She sparks his interest right away, but she wants nothing to do with him, or men in general.  But when Wen thinks she’s being followed, she calls the only person who she thinks can help.  Thomas.  Will Thomas be able to keep Wen safe?  Check out Bounty’s End to find out.

I love the characters that Wiliams has created.  They are easy to like, and within just a few pages, I was completely invested in them.  The scenes flow nicely from one to the next, and it was easy to get lost in the story.

I really would have loved for this book to be longer.  As mentioned, it takes place at the same time as the first book in this series, so we get to see a different take on Keylee and Hunter’s journey.  I would have liked to see more of the ‘behind the scenes’ for that part of the story.

Overall this was a good follow-up to Bounty for Hire, but I didn’t find it as engaging as the first one in this series.

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