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Review & Giveaway - A Hunted Man by Jamie Reese

This m/m love story has some intricate plot twists filled with lies, lattes and murder.  Highly recommend if you like hot lawyers, hot coffee and hot gay romance stories :)  Enter Jamie's Amazon gift card giveaway below. Enjoy!!!

Title: A Hunted Man (The Men of Halfway House #2)
Author: Jaime Reese
Release: April 29, 2014

After surviving ten years in prison, Cameron Pierce is attempting to put the past behind him. He tries to adjust to his newfound freedom with a place at the halfway house and a job. But one lesson he learned in prison keeps him guarded: hope is a dangerous thing.

Hunter Donovan, Assistant State Attorney, is a man of justice who loves a challenge. After a lifetime of putting his career first, a milestone brings him to a harsh realization—he's lonely.

Hunter's world changes when he meets Cam. The wary young man intrigues him and awakens a desire unlike anything he's ever experienced. When Cam's past resurfaces and threatens to rip them apart, their budding relationship is challenged and Cam's hope for a future begins to dim.

These outside forces hunting Cam will stop at nothing to send him back to prison. But they'll have to get past Hunter first.

Author Bio:
Jaime Reese is the alter ego of an artist who loves the creative process of writing, just not about herself. Fiction is far more interesting. She has a weakness for broken, misunderstood heroes and feels everyone deserves a chance at love and life. An avid fan of a happy ending, she believes those endings acquired with a little difficulty are more cherished.

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Excerpt/Chapter 1:

Cameron Pierce didn't really know what to expect when the entire nightmare began days before
his eighteenth birthday, but here he was, standing behind a large metal door waiting for it to open
and grant his freedom. Nine years, eight months, two weeks, and five days of hell. Even though he
had to stay in a designated halfway house for the next few months, at least he wouldn't have these
bars or barbed wire fences to constantly remind him of his nightmare.

He fidgeted. In exchange for almost ten years of his life, the prison system gave him a hundred
bucks for expenses during transfer, and a plain, standard-issue cardboard box containing his
personal items—a watch, ten bucks, and a pack of gum. Everything broken or useless, which pretty
much mirrored his existence. He ditched the box and everything else then pocketed the cash.
The gears of the large metal door ground as they inched open. Cameron shifted his weight from
foot to foot, waiting for just enough space to squeeze through the door. He looked over to the
guard and concluded he'd be better off attempting to walk out of this prison with a little dignity.

At the pace these doors opened, he figured he'd age another decade in the process. He closed his
eyes and counted, begging for a little patience to come his way. He finally heard the grinding stop
and opened his eyes.There, in the middle of the empty parking lot, Sam leaned against a car with crossed arms and a

Cameron groaned as he finally exited the prison gates.

Mr. Samuel Issacs, rehabilitation officer, also secretly campaigned for sainthood every chance he
had. His job was to help a group of assigned inmates rejoin the world with others but his mission
was to mentor them. Sam wanted to talk, help, and offer support. Cam, on the other hand, knew
better than to open his mouth, and he damn sure wasn't going to risk Sam becoming some form of
collateral damage. Cam had learned that lesson the hard way.

"Hey, Sam," he said once he arrived where Sam was parked.

"Hey, Cam. I thought I'd give you a ride to the halfway house instead of having you take the bus,"
he said as he opened the passenger side door of the car.Cameron waited, not sure if sitting in a car for hours with Saint Sam was a good idea.

"C'mon, Cam. I can guarantee you the drive with me will be better than a busload of people coming
back from Universal Studios with stinky feet and a crapload of gas."

Cameron groaned.

Sam laughed. "Besides, I already filled out the paperwork so you're stuck with me. Get in."
Cam didn't say a word. He climbed into the car, sat in the passenger seat, and then closed the car

"Buckle up, it's the law."

"Are you kidding me?"

"Nope, state of Florida, it's the law."

"Since when?"

"Just strap in so we can get out of here."

Cameron groaned again as he pulled the belt and clicked it in place. He hated the way it cut into
his damn shoulder. Who knew what else had changed while he was in prison. Just another reminder
of things he had missed. He shifted in his seat only to have his movement limited by the seat belt


Here he was, finally out of prison, yet somehow still found a way to be constrained in a small
enclosed area. Hell, this was even smaller than the six-by-eight cell he’d called home for almost a

How ironic.

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Review of A Hunted Man on Kindle Crack Book ReviewsA Hunted Man (The Men of Halfway House, #2)A Hunted Man by Jaime Reese
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

ARC kindly provided by in exchange for a fair and honest review. Spoiler-free review. 4.5 –5 Stars. HEA.  No cliffhanger/part of a series.

A Hunted Man by Jamie Reese was such a wonderful feel good mystery m/m type of romance.  Hunter was such a smart and sexy hero/prosecutor who was married to his job. Cam was the ex-con who spent 10 years in prison for murder.  Hunter was the man to set Cam free in more ways than one.

Ok…let’s talk about epic nuclear connection!  This story was all about the build up and not a smutastic sex fest. Don’t get me wrong….I love smutastic steam fests....but the build-up and chemistry between Cam and Hunter was so crazy sexy.  This story reminded me of a gay romance version of Law & Order.

This love story has some intricate plot twists filled with lies, lattes and murder.  Highly recommend if you like hot lawyers, hot coffee and hot gay romance stories :)  Enjoy!!!

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