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Slave Hunt (The Subs Club #5) by J.A. Rock

Slave HuntReleased on October 17, 2016

Published by Riptide Publishing

Page count/word count: 166 pages/43,900

Book link: Slave Hunt


Thirty people. Two hours. Only the strong will survive.

When Riddle decides to put on a slave hunt, the Subs Club is on board. Tops hunting bottoms in the woods with paintball guns? Yes. Captives strung up on whipping posts, at the mercy of their captors? Hell yes. But on the morning of the hunt, nothing’s going according to plan. Miles and Drix are at odds over Miles’s reluctance to move in together. Dave is determined to show up D, who thinks Dave won’t last two minutes in the woods. Gould finds himself torn between obeying his master’s orders and living out a longtime fantasy. And Kamen inadvertently becomes a double agent when he aligns himself with two different parties.

By the end of the hunt, alliances will be forged and broken, loyalties will be tested, relationships will be strengthened…and someone will barrel roll. Narrated by ten different characters, Slave Hunt tells the story of two hours in the woods that will change everyone forever. Or at least, remind them that love is the greatest victory of all.

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Our thoughts:

This book was just a fun, fun, fun read! JA Rock brings all the players from The Subs Club and their partners back for an ultimate game of Hide and Seek. The setting is the grounds at D’s property. The mission is for the subs to elude being either captured/hit with a paint gun pellet or surrender due to imminent pelting. The sub that lasts the longest, wins. The Dom that captures the most subs, wins.

Every chapter is from a different view-point. D had me laughing almost as much as Kamen. I liked the moments of sheer laughter followed by some deep realizations by Miles, Drix, Dave and D. I still struggle with Gould but he seems to be growing more. His level of comfort with his submission and debasement has also grown.

This novel was a fantastic way to revisit the couples and see where their relationships are going, how they’ve grown or even how they are struggling. A few of the secondary characters from past stories get more page time and character development. That’s always an added bonus for fans of a series. As always, I just enjoyed the writing of JA Rock. It feels so authentic. The conversations, as witty and wacky as real life can be.

Overall, this has been a series that entertains and doesn’t disappoint. Each novel delivers!