Review: Bunny Hunt by Stephanie Beck

Bunny Hunt by Stephanie Beck
Series: F*ck Like Bunnies (# 4)
Release Date: August 2, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 48
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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Cliff had spent hours at the Bunny Club, drinking and fucking—until he found out what they really were and they tried to kill him. Now his mission for revenge takes him on the ultimate cat-and-mouse chase, only these mice wear bunny ears, bikinis and a lot of glitter. Surveillance, explosives…trampolines…it’s an adventure like no other. Cliff’s single-minded chase takes him deep into bunny territory, where the truth of the bunny lifestyle emerges. He’s outnumbered, outskilled and out of luck. What do werebunnies do to hunters who threaten their fun? Cliff is going to wish he’d left this hunt to someone else.

 

Review: Werebunnies arent’ your average shifter! This fast paced story centered around the hunt for werebunnies, after the hero, Cliff, finds out their nefarious nature. These weres aren’t cute or cuddly, and they don’t work for Hugh Heffner. Full of erotic moments, adventures, and unexpected outcomes, I was never sure what would come with the next page. I can’t say too much without giving away secrets, but I will say this is a reading experience unlike any I’ve ever had.

That being said, it wasn’t my cup of tea. I felt the steamy scenes were almost out of place. This story read more like an adventure for me personally, and the none of the genres meshed so it felt like the book was divided into two separate entities. This is the fourth book in the series, however so it’s quite possible I missed some major things.  If you’re looking for an interesting adventure read with a smattering of erotic content and a unique world, this is the perfect fit for you.