Golden Gun: (Beast Hunters Book 2) by Andre Pisco
English | 2019 | Fantasy | ePUB | 242 Kb
Golden Gun: So the rumors were true, after all…
James and his beautiful lady friends barely survived their encounter with The Reaper’s last horrifying monstrosity. Their enemies have been hard at work creating the most deadly machinations they can piece together, and this robot—this human-robot—has capabilities far more advanced than James has ever anticipated.
Broken and injured after their ferocious battle, they meet up with an anti-corruption secret group within the Hunters and are taken to one of their main bases. Their leaders are in agreement: James and his friends should go back to their homes and continue to live a normal life among the Hunters.
If only it were that easy.
Footage of their battle against the Reaper’s creation circulate the public, and even everyday citizens turn against them.
Surrounded by hate, misunderstanding, and a growing sense of outrage, James and his compatriots, along with his new friend Victoria, must embark upon a new mission… A mission that is just as crazy as it is suicidal, but might be their only chance to have their lives back while saving everyone else.
Warning: this book contains not only a harem but very explicit language and is therefore meant for a mature audience.
“What did they say?” Elisa asked me, “The velvet coat guy talked about me, didn’t he?”
“He did. He said he was happy that you had a team again,” I replied, thinking about how I was going to tell her that we were supposed to become hunters again, especially normal ones, “Don’t freak out, but we have a plan and I don’t think you’ll like it.”
“What?” She asked me right away.
“We need to stay low-profile. We’re supposed to be back to normal Hunters. At least as a front while we go on some extra missions. Well, we’ll have to take on one mission or another in front of other Hunters, but not much more than that. I know you don’t want to be Hunter again but do it for me. For the whole group, for Ashen who’s in the hospital, do it because you believe in the mission.” I told her, trying to decode what she was thinking but she remained impavid and serene, “Apparently, they think what happened today was just a riot by Maggie and some friends. They don’t suspect us. We need to stay in plain sight.”