I love the characters, settings, and plot that Tyler Anne Snell created in her premier Harlequin Intrigue novel: Manhunt. I must admit that I may be slightly biased in Tyler’s favor, however, because we took several creative writing courses together at Troy University, and she is a delightful, interesting human being. Not only is Manhunt sexy and fun, but it is also jam-packed with fascinating plot twists. Sometimes it takes me a couple chapters to fully engage with what I’m reading, but I did not experience that with this book. It sucked me in from the very first word and didn’t let go until the last. Tyler’s use of foreshadowing is nothing short of masterful, and I love how real her characters felt to me. I also ADORED the “sound of the south” easter egg nestled in the pages of Manhunt. What do I mean by Easter egg? “Sound of the South” is the name of Troy University’s marching band, but Tyler uses the term to describe nature’s indigenous music in the Southern states. Well done, Tyler! I can’t wait to see what you have in store for us next!
September 15, 2015
Manhunt by Tyler Anne Snell
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