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Published by Random House Publishing Group on May 19th 2015
Genres: New Adult, Romance
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Raven, a college girl from Michigan, came to the jungles of Cameroon searching for closure. Falling for Jospin, a handsome, charismatic hunter with dark secrets of his own, was never part of the plan. But despite their differences, their attraction is addictive, as exhilarating and wild as the rain forest itself—and also as dangerous.
For the sake of both their lives, their heated affair must remain a secret. Raven wants justice for her conservationist father’s death; to help her, Jospin must turn his back on his own father and the only life he has ever known. Together they risk being hunted by a band of ruthless poachers, but they take the chance anyway, working to bring down their enemies between each stolen kiss.
But when one slip puts Raven’s life at stake, Jospin knows he must act. He has captured Raven’s heart—now can he set her free?
Raven and Jospin were separated at the end of book 1 leaving readers with the worst cliffhanger ever.
Jospin has been banished by his own father thinking he was the traitor who betrayed his family and sold them out to their rivals.
But that was so far from the truth it could ever be…Jospin sacrificed himself in a heartbeat to protect Raven and save her life.
Raven had no choice but to follow that decision and go with Clovis back to the poachers compound and pretend to be his lover in order to find out as much as possible to be able to bring the poachers empire down once and for all and finally revenge her father’s death.
So basically this whole book is about trying to fight evil with good and see who will win this war.
I must say I wasn’t as much intrigued by this book like I was with the previous one.
I missed the constant tension and excitement, there could even be more Jospin/Raven moments.
What I did liked is the estranged relationship between Jospin and his best friend Clovis.
No matter what Jospin said or did Clovis still loved him as a brother and did everything to try to make up for the lies he had told him earlier.
Even if Jospin is trying his best to hate Clovis his heart is not letting him do it.
In after hand it could have been enough with a nice and long epilogue in the first book instead of book 2.