The Renegade Hunter

The Renegade Hunter

Lynsay Sands / Nov 15, 2019

The Renegade Hunter The Argeneau Family Has A SecretOne Of Their Own Is A Rogue Vampire Nicholas Argeneau was once a successful hunter who went after rogue vampires who break the immortal law Except no one has mentioned

  • Title: The Renegade Hunter
  • Author: Lynsay Sands
  • ISBN: 9780061474316
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The Argeneau Family Has A SecretOne Of Their Own Is A Rogue Vampire Nicholas Argeneau was once a successful hunter who went after rogue vampires who break the immortal law Except no one has mentioned his name in the last fifty years, not since he turned into a rogue himself But once a hunter, always a hunter When Nicholas sees a bloodthirsty sucker terrifying a womanThe Argeneau Family Has A SecretOne Of Their Own Is A Rogue Vampire Nicholas Argeneau was once a successful hunter who went after rogue vampires who break the immortal law Except no one has mentioned his name in the last fifty years, not since he turned into a rogue himself But once a hunter, always a hunter When Nicholas sees a bloodthirsty sucker terrifying a woman, it s second nature for him to come to her rescue He had no idea he would also want to kiss her senselessOne minute Josephine Willan is taking in a breath of fresh air, and the next sharp fangs are heading straight for her neck Luckily a gorgeous stranger saves her lifed gets locked up for his troubles Can a man who kisses so lovingly and passionately really have committed the crime he s accused of Jo isn t so sured she s determined to prove that this renegade hunter is worth fighting for.

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      • Lynsay Sands

        LYNSAY SANDS is the nationally bestselling author who is known for her hysterical historicals as well as the popular Argeneau Rogue Hunter vampire series With her witty and charming personality, Sands describes books as, Waking dreams or stories, tales to amuse, entertain and distract us from everyday life She s been writing stories since grade school and considers herself incredibly lucky to be able to make a career out of it Her hope is that readers can get away from their everyday stress through her stories, and if there are occasional uncontrollable fits of laughter, that s just a big bonus Visit her official website at lynsaysands.


    879 Comments

    1. When you read a book almost daily, and you aren't a millionaire with a library like the Beast, you need a good source for free books. I use an app called Overdrive that hooks my library card up to my library's e-books that I can download onto my Kindle. Because of this, sometimes I have to wait in e-lines (waiting lists) for really popular books, but I also find a lot of books available immediately and can go a little crazy. This series is available all the time, and there are a lot of them, the [...]


    2. Now this was a fantastic read!While the first two books in the Rogue Hunters series were good, i didn't feel they were in the same level as the Argeneau's. Now i can see why the stories didn't seem to have much "meat". They were actually building up to this book, which to me looks like the catalyst to the series. I fell totally in LOVE with the main characters, particularly the heroine. It was a breath of fresh air to have a smart, confident (without being arrogant), friendly and feisty heroine. [...]


    3. I really liked this one, I could put it down for long before I wanted to hurry back to finish it The other two rogue hunter books have been good, but I always like the argeneau series better. Here is a few reasons I liked this one, Nicholas is an Argeneau, so it didnt read like the other two rogue books it was more on the family lines. I really liked Jo, I fell in love with her when she called Lucian a "sourpuss pants" and thats not all she called him I was LMBONicholas and Jo are great together [...]


    4. It was nice to catch up with these Argeneus' and I particularly liked Nicholas. He may be an outcast and on the run but he is still in his mind first and foremost a hunter. Pairing him up with Jo was sheer genius. She asks questions, doesn't shilly shally and generally takes chances. Does she come across as too pushy at times? Perhaps if honest as she is facing off against big bad vampires but I can't help but admire her pluck.I read the first five books in this series but then frankly got a lit [...]


    5. 4.5 starsBooks like this one make me happy I stuck with the series after a couple of mediocre books.It was sooo good! It was not perfect, but I think it was my second favorite of the series that I have read so far.Jo (the heroine) kicks serious ass! She is not a ridiculous alpha female, but she is confident, funny, and goes all out to help vindicate Nicholas. She really rolls with the punches and handles all of the drama and problems really well. But man she is horny! The guy can barely come up [...]


    6. In this story, we have Nicholas, an ex-vamp cop who used to hunt down rogues, but was caught with a bloody, dead woman in his arms that he supposedly murdered. He seems like a good guy, and is still hunting rogues, but has a death sentence on the him because of the murdering thing. It was nice to catch up with these Argeneus' and I particularly liked Nicholas. He may be an outcast and on the run but he is still in his mind first and foremost a hunter. Pairing him up with Jo was sheer genius. She [...]


    7. Read one Argeneau, read them allbut this had a very nice continuation of Nicholas and it had me cheering for him and his lifemate, Jo. She, of course, is fiesty and stands up even to Lucian. SHe calls him Captain Crabby. She meets Nicholas, makes out with him the same day, sleeps with him the next day and saves his a$$ literally all within a week. She determines that while Nick feels he is guilty of a horrible crime and turns rouge and feels the whole family turned their back on him for the last [...]


    8. 1.5 stars - It had moments, but the unsatisfying ending left me frustratedRenegade Hunter has a good hero in Nicholas Argenau, a rogue hunter gone rogue, now hunted by his fellow hunters - but still noble and still on the job hunting down bad rogue vampires- and a decent heroine in Jo Willin (,sister to Sam from Immortal Hunter) who is feisty and who is insightful enough to question the circumstance which made Nicholas a rogue even though all the other hunters were willing to accept Nicholas' do [...]


    9. Witty, suspenseful, and full of steamy romance-just the way I like my books. In this one a long-estranged Argeneau is found along with his life-mate. But, will his name be cleared? That will be included in the next book.


    10. My all time favorite of the series !!! Nicholas was the badass hunter I wanted to see in every book, who took care of business, done his job properly, saved the day, saved his woman, killed the bad guys, good in bed. Hmm.Jo. I loved her more than Sam that's for sure. She was strong, even resqued Nicholas a time, has a great dog, could have snappy conversations with Anders and insulted Lucian a few times and lived to tell about it. Loved her! So much <3


    11. This book was really good. Nice to see that Lynsay Sands got back on track. I didn't like the Rogue Hunter series as much as I did the Argeneau series. And this book, even though it has almost nothing about the other Argeneau family members and most of the time you don't even remember Nicholas is an Argeneau, was as good as the rest of the Argeneau serie's books.I loved it. Couldn't stop reading until it was done.


    12. I thought I knew all the direct members of the Argeneau family but it seems that the author forgot to mention, the renegade hunter Nicholas Argeneau. Nicholas Argeneau, a member of the elite Atlantean (immortal) family, was formerly an enforcer who hunted immortals who broke the rules of the council, but fifty years ago he became the hunted after his cousin Decker Argeneau Pimms (allegedly his best friend) discovered him with blood in his mouth holding the dead body of a pregnant woman. The only [...]


    13. Book #12 in Ms. Sands’ vampire series. This was a great book! I really enjoyed it! The heroine- Jo Willan (one of the sisters of Sam from book #10 The Rogue Hunter) is super feisty and spunky (which makes this book super fun- in my opinion)! And I equally love the hero, Nicholas Argeneau, who is a rogue immortal (accused of killing an innocent pregnant mortal who used to look like his first life mate Annie, 50 years ago, he's been on the run ever since). However, he doesn't know for sure what [...]


    14. Books are weird things. You can be completely, utterly drawn in with the characters, but hate the story. You can adore the story, but dislike the characters. Sometimes you might love the story and characters, but hate the pacing of the novel. And still others, you find yourself in love with everythingexcept the writing.Ironically, while I have read a few of Sands' novels over the years, I don't recall hating her writing style as much as I found myself disliking such now. My primary issue with he [...]


    15. Sam and Mortimer (from previous book the Rogue Hunter) have thrown a party inviting all of their Immortal friends. The reason for this party? To find Sam's sisters Jo and Alex lifemates so that Sam can tell her sisters the big secret and turn. Unknown to them all Nicholas Argeneau (from the previous book the Immortal Hunter) is keeping a close eye on the party, watching for any sign of Rogues and it's a good thing he was. Jo Willian decides to take a walk outside after excusing herself from the [...]


    16. Good read, much better than the previous book [Immortal Hunter:]. Nicholas [introduced in the previous book:] was a good hero and Jo was a more 'together' heroine than some of the others in this series. Unfortunately, to create the situations where our hero comes to her rescue the other Hunters have to appear pretty incompetent. [Let's just say I wouldn't want to rely on them to protect MY body from hungry bad guys:] And then there's another semi-cliffhanger ending which apparently is quite popu [...]


    17. Nicholas Argeneau was once a successful hunter who went after rogue vampires who break the immortal law. Except no one has mentioned his name in the last fifty years, not since he turned into a rogue himself. But once a hunter, always a hunter. When Nicholas sees a bloodthirsty sucker terrifying a woman, it’s second nature for him to come to her rescue. He had no idea he would also want to kiss her senseless…One minute Josephine Willan is taking in a breath of fresh air, and the next sharp f [...]


    18. I really really liked this book. It was steamy, funny, suspenseful, emotional, and kept me on my toes. This was a real page-turner and I didn't want to put it down until I was finished. I would most definitely read this book again. If I owned it, it would stay on my bookshelf. (mine's not big, only can put the best on the shelf) If I had them, this would be four thumbs-up! I will definitely read the rest of the series and I can't wait. Bask and EnjoyRe-read: Still just as awesome. If I had to be [...]


    19. I don't know how these books keep getting better but they do. I like how Ms. Sands has now made a single enemy tied into the family's lives. Makes things more intriguing. I Loved, loved, LOVED Jo that woman is one spicy pepper. And smart to boot. I love how she had figured things out so quickly and so easily. But I love her spark the most, and I love love LOVE LOOOOVE the way she stood up to Lucian. that had me rolling sideways on that one. This is one book you have GOT to read in this series. I [...]


    20. I really enjoyed reading this. Jo was snarky and funny and was a great female character. However, I really want to know what Lucien found out about who killed the mortal woman and framed Nicholas.


    21. Jo firmly believed that her man Nicholas didn't do what they said he. Then set out to prove it. With a rogue vampire that wouldn't take no for an answer. Loved it.



    22. 4,6 von 5 SternenDas ist definitiv mein Lieblingsteil der Reihe. Nicolas und Jo passen einfach perfekt zusammen. Auch das wiedertreffen mit den, aus anderen Teilen, bereits lieb gewonnen Charakteren (vorallem Margaret und Lucien) war richtig klasse. Aber wirklich entscheidend war wohl, dass mir vom Charakter her wirklich beide (Jo und Nicolas) so richig sympathisch waren. Sonst gefällt mir meist einer der Charaktere richtig gut und der zweite dann nicht ganz so. Hier waren aber beide einfach pe [...]



    23. Josephine, who is attending her sister Sam's party decides to step outside to get some air after deciding that the environment feels weird. It's a walk that will change her life. Once outside, she is attacked by a rogue vampire only to be saved by Nicholas an ex hunter and rogue himself. Before Josephine knows it, she on the run for her life and involved in a fifty year old murder mystery. She cannot believe her hero is actually guilty of what he is accused and no matter what, decides that she i [...]


    24. Lynsay Sands is one of those authors I've just always picked up by default. Her stories are light, they don't take themselves too seriously, and they always have a distinctive element of humor that makes me laugh out loud at least a few times a novel. True, her plots are pretty far-fetched, many instances making me roll my eyes with their "convenience", but I live with them because Sands never claims to be a mystery writer, and sometimes I can appreciate a good coincidence in my literature.This [...]


    25. I really enjoyed this book. Nicholas Argeneau is a rogue vampire wanted for murdering a pregnant woman 50 years ago. He has been on the run ever since but once a council enforcer always and enforcer. The beginning of the summer he found himself rescuing a couple of young women from a group of rogues and is still trailing one from the group when he rescues Jo Willan. Jo Willan is a bar manager who is also putting herself through school. She is visiting her sister when Nicholas rescues her from th [...]


    26. This book was horrible and I hardly ever say that about a book expecialy if it has vampires and romance. This book though was such a let down. the first thing I got really tired of was all the meaningless explaining of everyday things. The author was constantly interupting the action with stupid detials. Jo had to do this and then this and then this some more when it had nothing to do with what was going on with the story!!! The concept of the nanos was pretty cool but "nofangers" just completel [...]


    27. Third in the Rogue Hunter series by Lynsay Sands, but also 12th in the Argeneau series. Confusing? Nah. It's a sub-plot based in the same world with overlapping characters. The Hunter books are a little bit less silly fun, a little bit more action. They still have great characters that I can't help but like. I liked this one a little bit more than the other 2 Hunter books. Nickolas is super-appealing, sort of a bad boy, still a hero. I also enjoyed Jo's smart mouth, especially when she was calli [...]


    28. This wasn't one of the better books in this series. I liked Nicholas and half way liked Jo even though she was a bit over the top at times, but what really bugged me was the ending. Lousy way to end a book. Lots of things left unexplained. It could be a kick off to the next one but it didn't even feel that way. Felt more like she didn't know how to get herself out of a writing box. I'll still read them but this one was a disappointment.


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