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HELLO FRIENDS, AND HAPPY WEEKEND! I HAVE A TREAT FOR YOU TODAY, CLAUDIA IS GUEST REVIEWING HEALING HUNTER'S HEART BY CHARLIE COCHET TODAY! I WILL HAVE HER REVIEW, THE SALES AND GOODREADS LINKS, AND AN EXCERPT FOR YOU, SO LET'S GET STARTED:


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    Healing Hunter's Heart (A Little Bite of Love 2) by Charlie Cochet
                                                    reviewed by: Claudia

Months after being forced to leave his lover and mate Ari Jannsen behind, Hunter Devin settles into his role as Enforcer for the newly formed Deagan Clan under the rule of his new Alpha and best friend Tristan "Trip" Hagan. Along with Hunter’s brother Boone, their nephews, sister, and mother, Hunter finally has the family he’s always wanted, but without his little rebel Ari, his heart is incomplete.

The Hagan Clan is unable to accept the Deagan Clan’s betrayal for walking away and taking the clan’s pups with them. War looms. As both clans plan their attack, a greater enemy plots against them. But Hunter is determined to get his Ari back. Bonds are put to the test and unexpected alliances are made as Hunter and his clan set out to protect their own and end the spreading heartache. 




This series totally got me by surprise… It made me laugh out loud but also made me feel the tension of the events caused by the divergences between the clans.

Hunter is a mischievous enforcer, that simply loves to torment his brother and his Alpha, to play silly games with his Alpha’s son and to enjoy life. What he never could have expected, was to be drawn to Ari…  or to realize Ari was equally drawn to him.

He always though that the beautiful and quiet Ari wouldn’t ever give him a second look, so imagine his surprise to realize his quiet Ari was actually a rebel by heart and totally smitten by his alpha’s enforcer.

Their sudden separation and the war hovering over their clan, brought alliances and reinforced to all, the importance of friendship, family, loyalty and love.

I had a great time reading this book and I can’t wait for the next one…


                                                    the 4.5 leather jacket rating :)

THIS BOOK SOUNDS WONDERFUL, AND CLAUDIA DID A GREAT JOB ( I LOVE THAT RATING!)! I LOVE THIS REVIEW: HERE ARE THE SALES LINK, AND GOODREADS LINK:



NOW FOR AN EXCERPT: 

HUNTER FELT up the nice bottle of Jack in front of him, intent on getting himself thoroughly fucked, and if the night went as planned, in more ways than one. He downed his fourth glass of whiskey in the hopes of forgetting, at least for a little while. His shifter blood would require several bottles of Jack before that happened, but when it did, maybe he’d stop thinking about how messed up his clan was right now. How the Hagan Council had turned against their own kin and tried to take a little boy away from his loving father.

Trip Hagan was a good guy. He didn’t deserve the bullshit they were throwing his way, which was why Hunter and his brother, Boone, had fought fiercely at Trip’s side, refusing to allow the Council to take the pup. All because Trip had become the first of Alpha blood to come out of the closet and decline the Council’s generous offer to be cast out into the cold. They all knew the Council had conceded out of fear. With Trip’s brother, Aiden, unable to produce heirs, it left Trip’s pup the next Alpha after Matthias Hagan. The Council couldn’t risk Trip making off into the night with little Robbie.

Of course, Trip hadn’t been the first to come out as gay in their husky-shifter clan. That honor had been snatched up by Hunter and Boone years ago, but they weren’t of Alpha blood. Hell, they weren’t even pureblood. Like every other canine clan Enforcer and those who’d come before them, Hunter and Boone were half-breeds, half wolf and half dog, so other than the usual contempt and disdain thrown their way, no one gave them much grief over it. Then again, no one gave the Devil Dogs much grief over anything. Hunter couldn’t even remember where the nickname had come from. As if it had been there from his birth. Ever since he could remember he’d heard rumors of how his and his brother’s fierceness in battle was due to devil spirits within them. How they’d been born with demon dog blood. It was all a bunch of ridiculous nonsense, but neither he nor his brother ever attempted to dispel the rumor. It made their jobs as Enforcers for their clan that much easier. No one wanted to tempt fate and find themselves in the jaws of a Devil Dog.

Enforcers were entrusted to protect the clan from attack, some of them used as personal bodyguards. The Devil Dogs had been picked by the Hagan Clan Alpha himself to become Trip’s personal Enforcers. A decision their Alpha was undoubtedly regretting these days. Trip had always had their backs, and no matter what happened, Hunter would have his, and not because he was paid to either. The Hagan Council might have backed down, but it was hardly over. For now Hunter’s peace lay at the bottom of a bottle and between the asscheeks of his next lay.

It hit him out of nowhere, knocking him out of his thoughts and nearly off his barstool. Through the stench of weed, cigarette smoke, booze, cheap sex, and Gods knew what else, there was a distinct scent that was sweet, heady, and all male. It invaded Hunter’s whole body, getting him painfully hard and sending his pulse soaring. His sight grew sharper, and he felt his canine teeth growing, his body answering the call.

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