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    I'm going to start by saying I knew when we first met Isaac wayback when, I knew his story would pull at our heartstrings and Jordan L Hawk did not disappoint. I just wanted to wrap Isaac up in a huge Mama Bear hug worthy of bubblewrap-used-for-delivery protection. As for Bill, carrying a torch for two years knowing Isaac had to be the one to make the first move had to be excruciating and when he finally makes the decision to extinguish the flames determined to be Isaac's friend, you could hear his heart breaking. We all know the author isn't going to leave the reader hanging there but for how the two turn out you'll have to read for yourself, trust me you won't be disappointed. As for the mystery of the missing children, nothing is more heartbreaking than crimes against the young and Jordan L Hawk has given the story it's proper timing. Asking yourself "what the heck does that mean?" Well, it means that Hexhunter is a perfect blend of mystery and romance, paranormal and lust, magic and crime, good and evil, and most importantly friendship and heart that helps bond the reader and character. There's no surprise that the crime will make you mad but the "solving" of it will make you smile for obvious reasons but for me, I found myself even more invested in watching Isaac grow and realize being in familiar form didn't have to be the negative experience as it once was. That element was one of my favorite moments of the book, possibly the whole series. Now, I know some of you are thinking "Oh, she just gave away a big story point" and perhaps that's a bit true but for me, the real story, the adrenaline rush, the can't-put-it-down feeling isn't about the end result, it's about the journey the characters are on getting from point A to point Z. Bill and Isaac quickly became my second favorite couple in the Hexworld series, coming in close behind Dom and Rook who we met in the introduction novella, The 13th Hex. I've loved all the couples but there's just something special about these guys that put them above the rest. One last note: if you want to know whether Hexworld needs to be read in order or you can start with Bill and Isaac's story, Hexhunter, my advice is to read the series in order. The individual cases don't really overlap or carryover but for me, the friendships, camaraderie, bickering, and humor flow better having known the other pairings' journeys as well. You won't be lost if you start with Hexhunter because any plot points that do carry over are quickly recapped but as I said the connections between the characters just meshed better. However you choose to read this series, I can't recommend doing so enough because the Hexworld universe is attention grabbing and highly addictive, a true reading gem.

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