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Loreste has never quite feared getting too close to humans. It is her fearlessness and curiosity about humans what makes her end up a captive in the hands of a human known as Hunter. Believing him to be a shark hunter, Loreste fears for her life. However, appearances are deceitful, and Hunter turns out to be somewhat different to what she had expected.
When Hunter tries to save a woman from drowning, the last thing in his mind was to capture a mythical creature such as Loreste. He realizes that she fears him, but he is utterly fascinated and contrary to popular belief, he never kills the sea creatures that he captures. He does intend to find out as much as possible about the beautiful creature he has captured.
In Hunter, Diana Laurence once more weaves a touching romantic tale about two beings from completely different worlds, one a mythical mermaid and the other a human. In this story, the reader finds out how two so completely different creatures can find love, understanding, and fulfillment. Hunter is a short story that has a little bit of magic and wonder, and a lot of tenderness thrown into the mix. This tale is also quite sensual, as the two main characters explore a bit more than their respective obvious differences. Ms. Laurence once more brings the reader a satisfying and heartwarming story. If you are looking for a quick, paranormal romance, I would recommend Hunter to quench that "thirst".