Wild Hunt (Hunt #2) by Margaret Ronald
Wild Hunt is Genevieve Scelan’s second outing and I was very excited to pick it up. I adored the first book in the series, Spiral Hunt, and have been waiting for a chance to have a new adventure with this group of characters. Unfortunately, I was a little disappointed with how it all went.
In Wild Hunt, Evie is dealing with ramifications of defeating the Fiana (in the last book). There’s a power vacuum in Boston and all sorts of new players are coming to town. Some of them want to test her, some of them want to be employed by her, but everyone has an agenda.
Margaret Ronald does a fine job writing the story but the plot didn’t capture me the way the first book did. I put it down a few times and didn’t really mind the gap. I’m not sure why I liked this book less since the writing is still of the same quality, but I just didn’t. Maybe it’s what she’s doing with Nate, maybe the plot wasn’t as interesting, maybe my expectations were too high…in any case, it’s still a good book but not one I’ll rave about. Sadness.