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In a Stalker’s Sights…unless they can stop him.

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A delightful story of a love that defies time

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He’s a murderer and believes he’s the most evil creature on earth.

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A Valentine’s Day promise sixteen years in the making…

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An outcast finds a dying man who changes her life.

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He’s already lost one woman he loved…he’s not about to lose another.

The Hunt by Anne Marsh


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Also by Anne Marsh:

The Inheritance Test, February 2023
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
Have Me, February 2021
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
Her Intern, November 2019
Royally Hung, June 2018
Inked, April 2018
Ruled, February 2018
Wet 'n Wild Navy SEALs, June 2016
Hot Shots, March 2014
Paperback / e-Book
Burning Up, November 2012
Paperback / e-Book
His Dark Bond, February 2012
Trade Size / e-Book
Bond With Me, September 2010
The Hunt, October 2009
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The Hunt
Anne Marsh

Hunter's Mate #1
Love Spell
October 2009
On Sale: September 29, 2009
Featuring: Jafar; Miu
304 pages
ISBN: 050552824X
EAN: 9780505528247
Mass Market Paperback
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Fantasy | Romance Paranormal

No matter how they try to flee, the virgins who enter the twisting tunnels of the Guardians are destined to be caught. Actually, most don’t try too hard. The stories of warriors who can take on Cat form, of lovers who can make a woman scream with pleasure, are just too enticing.

But Miu is no virgin, and she’s joined the Hunt with her own agenda. After she steals the moonstone necklace she’s been sent for, she has no intention of becoming some Cat’s tasty morsel. Too late she discovers these kitties have some deliciously kinky habits, and the dark hunter on her trail isn’t about to let impudent thievery go without punishment of the most exquisite kind.


35 comments posted.

Re: The Hunt

Sounds like a fascinating read. I am always partial to the thieves. :) How awful to lose your dream job like that...but then, it gave you the opportunity to chase a new dream, didn't it? :)
(Rie Sheridan Rose 12:52pm October 12, 2009)

My father used to tell me that 'life is what happens while you are making other plans.' I think you have successfully navigated the curves thrown by life and done something exciting for all of us.
Susan Driskill 2:04am October 12, 2009)

This is a definite must have for me whether or not I win! Not only because this is my preferred genre (and sounds wonderful!) but also because I feel a kinship to you due to the fact that I have always read so much that my dad nicknamed me "book maggot". He said that I went through so many books so quickly that I couldn't possibly be a "bookworm" since worms are pretty slow.
Of course, like so many of us, I have been handed lemons. In my case the main "lemon" in my life is being legally disabled at a pretty early age. My lemonade from that is the fact that, although I am unable to work, I am able to be a stay at home mom! Sure, it can be harder than a lot of jobs but the rewards are far greater and the "boss" is more forgiving. I mean, if I'm hurting too badly to complete my duties (cleaning the house or even playing with my 2 year old) I don't have to fear the loss of my "job". I definitely have the sexy partner too or I wouldn't have the two year old! LOL Also, my partner may not be home much between his job(s) and going to school to become a paramedic but when he is home he helps as much as he can and even when he's not home I know he's always there for me!
Thank you for posting this blog! The timing couldn't have been better considering I have been thinking about this a lot lately. That is another one of the ways I make my "lemonade", by looking at the bright side of things. While the silver lining is sometimes hard to see it is usually there if you either look hard enough or simply wait for it to form. Thanks again & keep writing!
Dawn Detkowski 2:10am October 12, 2009)

Way to go on following a dream! I am a strong believer in lemonade making. About a year ago, I noticed that income was not what it should be for the family so stepped into the workforce after more than one and a half decades as a stay at home mom. Am enjoying it thoroughtly.
G. Bisbjerg 2:18am October 12, 2009)

Congrats on Your Book The Hunt looks like it will be a great read can't wait to get it but it on my list of books to get.
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Stacey Smith 4:07am October 12, 2009)

Hi Anne,
my congrats on your first book! I think it is great that you were courageous enough to go from one creative career to another and try your hand at writing. The Hunt definitely looks intriguing and alpha hereos are my fav. Will definitely be looking for this one.
Carrie Divine 7:44am October 12, 2009)

This book sounds great!
Kara Conrad 8:23am October 12, 2009)

Congrats on your first book; I look forward in reading it.

Isn't it interesting how life's misfortunes can turn out to be a treasure? Now you are doing something you enjoy and we, the readers, get to reap the benefits.

Tracey Dent 12:32pm October 12, 2009)

Sounds like you took the road that is right for you. Look forward to reading your book it sounds interesting. Like you my daughter and I are life long readers, nose in book always!
Elizabeth Parzino 1:13pm October 12, 2009)

Your first book sounds interesting and I can't wait to read it. Good Luck on it's success.
Theresa Buckholtz 1:25pm October 12, 2009)

I think it is wonderful that you took a rough situation and made it work for you. We would definitely have missed out if you had decided to do something different!
Joanne Reynolds 1:26pm October 12, 2009)

Your sure turned your lemons into lemonade - this book sounds great! I look forward to reading it.
Cheryl Snyder 3:25pm October 12, 2009)

Congratulations on creating your own "Happily Ever After" out of misfortune. Great post.
G S Moch 4:35pm October 12, 2009)

Hi Anne, I am always fascinated with Egyptian mythology and this storyline has me intrigued. I would love a chance to read The Hunt.
Cathy MacDonald 4:42pm October 12, 2009)

Ann, I love your lemon story. I've always believed in "one door closes, another one opens" philosophy in life. That's because life has handed plenty of lemons, but oh, the lemonade drink is much tastier !!
Armenia Fox 7:05pm October 12, 2009)

The book sounds really good! Congratulations and much success!
Martha Lawson 8:22pm October 12, 2009)

Congrats on your book. It sound like a good read.

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Loretta Canton 8:32pm October 12, 2009)

Congrats on your book, sounds like a winner!
JoAnn White 8:35pm October 12, 2009)

Congrats on your book. It sounds like a MUST READ book!
Patsy Hagen 8:49pm October 12, 2009)

I love your cover, it's beautiful. Is your book about shifters?
Please give us more excerpts it sounds good.
Diane Sadler 8:53pm October 12, 2009)

Also being a person in the Broadcast & media industry, I can relate to your issue and a change in life. I too decided to get more serious about my writing. Sounds like you have a good start and hopefully a great future.
Ethan Nahte' 8:57pm October 12, 2009)

Your lemonade sounds ever so much better than the rotten lemons I've gotten over the last year and a half. But, like you, I do have someone helping support me, although it's somewhat grudgingly at times. This does sound like a book I would enjoy reading, so onto the TBB list it goes!


Lynn Rettig 9:02pm October 12, 2009)

Congradulations on your first book! I love your whole story and I look forward to reading book!
Lisa Glidewell 9:26pm October 12, 2009)

Great lemonade story! So glad it worked out for you... and your readers benefit too!
Michelle K 10:23pm October 12, 2009)

Sounds like you have a great start to your new career. It is so hard to have to start over. You have done well.
Patricia Barraclough 10:27pm October 12, 2009)

I think change is a good thing. To reinvent oneself is empowering.
Mary Preston 11:04pm October 12, 2009)

Anne, congratulations on this life
changing accomplishment!
Sue Ahn 11:12pm October 12, 2009)

WTG. Sometimes we do have to make a change in direction and I'm glad you found a satisfying avenue. It sounds like an exciting book.
Sigrun Schulz 12:33pm October 13, 2009)

Congrats for making a great choice!
The book sounds awesome :)
Mariska Hadienns 12:56pm October 13, 2009)

When I was a child there was a tree in the back yard. It had a great natural reading chair about 12 ft from the ground. I would take my book and hide out.
Patty Heerdink 4:26pm October 13, 2009)

My life lesson was: for every bad thing a good thing comes out of it. Your story sounds like the perfect example. I am glad you made the choice as now the world can see your works. I hope to be entered in your contest. susan L.
Susan Leech 4:58pm October 13, 2009)

I, too, love to read and am constantly reading. My sister lives next door and makes fun of me because I'm always on my couch reading. Reading takes me away from the hard times and really lifts my mood. My husband has been out of work for over a year and the way we have survived is to have a good sense of humor and a lot of prayers.
Josie Roetemeyer 6:12pm October 13, 2009)

If I was supposed to write a book every time life threw lemons at me, I would be up to my ears in books! I probably do have several books in me!
Brenda Rupp 2:02am October 14, 2009)

That is awesome! I know at first life seemed discouraging but then you found a new life and went for your dream. I love it! I can't wait to read your book. Even if I don't win I still want to read it now. I like the thought of second chances! That is just what some of us need!
Jeanette Huston 1:49pm October 14, 2009)

You sound like me....books and more books everywhere. I love that you have followed your passion. Congratulations, keep writing.
Barbara Ryan 12:42pm October 15, 2009)

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