The Hunter and The Hunted

Tuesday, June 12, 2012
THE HUNTER and THE HUNTED

The first-ever eSpecial from #1 New York Times bestselling author, Kelley Armstrong


This July, the New York Times bestselling Otherworld series from Kelley Armstrong will come to an epic close, when Dutton publishes the much-anticipated final installment, Thirteen. We know that fans around the world aren’t quite ready to let these beloved characters go, so we’re wringing out every last drop of Otherworld imagination that Kelley has to offer. This summer, Armstrong’s very first eSpecial will be available for purchase from Dutton. THE HUNTER AND THE HUNTED (June 12th | $1.99) includes two short stories—Stalked and Off-Duty Angel—as well as an exclusive first look at Thirteen.

Most honeymoons are all strawberries and champagne, but when the lovebirds are Elena Michaels and Clayton Danvers, two of the most powerful and revered werewolves in the world, a run-of-the-mill romantic retreat is out of the question. At the opening of Stalked, Elena and Clay are the picture of a classic honeymoon couple in St. Louis. But when a non-pack werewolf appears on the scene, clearly tracking his bride, Clay has no intention of letting him spoil their vacation, even if that means pursuing the rival werewolf on his own. Originally part of an anthology of supernatural romance stories, Stalked is the perfect action-packed interlude for fans not quite ready to say goodbye to the two characters who started it all.

Off-Duty Angel is an original new story, exclusive to this eSpecial, that features dark witch, half-demon, and afterlife angel Eve Levine. Desperate for entertainment while her lover, Kristof Nash, is detained in court, Eve stumbles upon a mission of her own—to trail a shaman that might prove useful in Kristof’s court case. Following her target is a breeze at first, but when he inadvertently steers Eve into a secret alternate dimension, she stumbles upon a far more enticing puzzle—one with a much greater danger lurking at the end. Packed with suspense and surprising twists, Off-Duty Angel reveals fascinating insight into a beloved character.

Finally, THE HUNTER AND THE HUNTED will leave readers with just a taste of what’s to come in Thirteen, with an exclusive excerpt from the grand finale. Once again, Kelley Armstrong reminds us all that even thirteen novels in the Otherworld just isn’t enough.




THE HUNTER and THE HUNTED
By Kelley Armstrong

A Dutton eSpecial
On-Sale: June 12, 2012
Dutton | $1.99







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6 comments:

  1. I love this author her books are brilliant!

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    1. Me too. I am so sad to see this series ending soon.

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  2. I can't wait to read this! I downloaded it yesterday!

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    1. I got it on NG yesterday but I can't put it on my kindle. I would have to read off my computer. And I hate that. So I am probably going to buy it on amazon.

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  3. I haven't read the series these books are part of but Kelley is a wonderful storyteller so I'm sure these stories will are worth 5 stars.

    Talk Supe

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    1. Another series to read. And man you are going to have a lot of catching up to do.lol The 13th book is coming out and plus all the novellas. But its worth the read.

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