Hunt Me Down (Fight for Me, #1.5) by A.L. Jackson

Hunt Me Down (Fight for Me, #1.5)

Never underestimate a man who knows what he wants . . .Broderick Wolfe is a man accustomed to getting what he wants. He will hunt it, fight for it, and make it his own.Lillith Redd is a straight-laced attorney who’s dedicated her life to serving the people of her hometown of Gingham Lakes.When Wolfe Industries sets its sights on leveling the old part of town and building a high-rise hotel in its place, Lillith steps up to go toe-to-toe to with ...


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TitleHunt Me Down (Fight for Me, #1.5)
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Release DateJan 1st, 1970
GenreNovella, Contemporary, Romance, Contemporary Romance
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Reviews Hunt Me Down (Fight for Me, #1.5)

  • AJ
    1970-01-01
    4 stars!A short, sexy enemies-to-lovers romance. Originally a part of the GLAMOUR Anthology (and originally titled Red Hot Pursuit), this novella is now available as an individual standalone that fits into the Fight For Me series. Timeline-wise, it actually comes before the first book in the series, but it can honestly be read at any point, or even as a standalone.Broderick Wolfe is a hardass businessman who gets what he wants. Lillith Redd is a ...
  • Paige
    1970-01-01
    4 "Red Hot Pursuit" StarsI read A.L. Jacksons novella and was captivated. The list and attraction sizzled on the page and knowing this is the setting for her new full length series has me on the edge of my seat. Provided for honest review.
  • Beneath The Covers Blog
    1970-01-01
    So much hot deliciousness is packed into this sexy, quick read!Novellas can be a hit or miss for me. I’m either left with the feeling of disconnect, or I’m left wanting more. And Hunt Me Down for sure left me panting for SO much more!“You want me to chase you, Lil’ Redd? Run.”This alpha male is on the hunt, and the chase has never sounded so good.“I told you that when you closed your eyes I’d be the only thing you’d see.”I loved...
  • Bookgasms Book Blog
    1970-01-01
    Looking for a super quick, super sexy, super satisfying enemies-to-lovers novella? AL Jackson has you taken care of with Hunt Me Down. This series started off with a bang, and the sparks continue to fly with Broderick and Lily’s story. This novella is basically everything you’d come to expect from an enemies-to-lovers trope: snarky banter, heated chemistry, and a whole lot of deliciously sexy fighting. Oh, hey – plus? Dirty talking alpha. Y...
  • The Romance Book Disciple (Samantha)
    1970-01-01
    A dash of enemies to lovers, a twist on a fairy tale classic, and a dollop of small town romance combine to create a delightful story in Hunt Me Down!Broderick is the big, bad, wolf (his name is Broderick Wolfe!) and he is a real estate mogul. Lillith Redd is a small town girl who is fighting to save a beloved landmark from destruction. These two initially spar via email, but continue their verbal repartee once they meet. Except now, there is a l...
  • Franci Neill
    1970-01-01
    5 Bringing Their Best to the Table Stars!!! Well, Ms. Jackson has done it again! I LOVED Broderick and Lilith together...what a fiery combo! Gingham Lakes a quaint little town in the south is the only home that Lilith has ever known and she's bound and determined to keep it as is no matter what the cost...both physically and emotionally. Enter Broderick Wolfe and his high powered NYC company that wants to change her life irrevocably.As these two ...
  • Cyndi
    1970-01-01
    If you are looking for a fast and fun (read UBER SEXY), Hunt Me Down by A.L. Jackson is certain to satisfy. There's no need to have read book one in the series ( although I recommend you do), but Hunt Me Down easily stands on it's own. Broderick and Lillith have a surreal connection. They are brought together via a business deal that Broderick's family has initiated in Gingham Lakes. But it's not a pretty picture.Lillith is vehemently against the...
  • Alecia ~☆~The Staircase Reader~☆~
    1970-01-01
    4.5 starsHoly Hell! I will never look at this childhood story the same again.Broderick Wolfe puts the alpha in male. This man is seriously ferocious when it comes to getting what he wants. That is until stubborn game changing Lillith Redd comes into the picture. Brody loves the hunt and craves the chase.Lillith however isn't buying into Broderick's flirtatious ways, or that's what she wants him to think.I seriously loved Lillith and Brody's story...
  • Richelle Robinson
    1970-01-01
    Brody and Lilith story was one of my favorite tropes, enemies to lovers. I loved their banter before they got together and when they finally did get together talk about HAWT!!! You could feel the tension as enemies but when they came together as lovers they oozed sexual chemistry. This is a short story but it packs a powerful punch and Jackson left me craving for more. This is a wonderful introduction to a new series and I can’t wait to read ab...
  • Courtney
    1970-01-01
    4.5 Stars Hunt Me Down is a sweet, sexy and sassy novella in Amy's Fight For Me series. You do not need to read any of the others books to read this one. It's actually a great book to wet your whistle if you are looking for a sneak peak at what you to expect from Amy and this series.Broderick and Lilith have been battling each other over email for months. He's trying to buy out the building that has been home to Lilith since she was a teenager. ...
  • DJ Sakata
    1970-01-01
    Favorite Quotes:Okay, he so didn’t look harmless. He basically looked like he was ready to tear you to pieces in the best of ways. I think you’re due for a little shredding.Confusion twisted through my spirit, an inkling of something I didn’t quite understand—something sweet and hopeful…My Review:I gasped and smirked my way through this quick and steamy modern-day fairy tale remake of Red Riding Hood that featured a dark and smoldering ...
  • Jen
    1970-01-01
    Note: This ARC was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. The full review can be read on Dog-Eared Daydreams.If you're wary about this being a novella and fear that it isn't as meaty as a full-length novel, fret no more! A.L. Jackson does not disappoint, giving readers a story worth sinking our proverbial teeth into and savoring every delicious bit of it. I liked that we were introduced to Broderick and Lillith but got to peel b...
  • Betul
    1970-01-01
    **ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review**"I hated every single perfectly sculpted inch of him."I am a huge fan of Amy's writing. She is one of the few authors whose books I automatically one-click. I normally don't read many novellas, because it is just too short for me to fully connect to with the characters. And I always get the feeling that there is not enough character growth. However, the author did a phenomenal job with Hu...
  • Crystal's Book World ~ Crystal Cordova
    1970-01-01
    I love a nice little quickie when it leaves you satisfied LOL. What am I saying here? Well, Novella's will either have me swooning, or having me closing the book before I can read the first couple of chapters. Hunt Me Down had me falling for Broderick's and Lilith's story. I loved having the back end of their story. I enjoyed the broodiness in Broderick. His confidence that he would have Lilith forever. Even with the doubts, Lilith no doubt was g...
  • Jo - *✽*•.★Reading Is My Bliss★.•*✽*
    1970-01-01
    This is a very hot and schmexy modern version of Little Red Riding Hood.Lilly Redd is fighting the sale of a building that holds so many important memories for her, some big wig developer is trying to buy it with the intention of demolishing it and replacing it with a, no doubt, garish modern building.Broderick Wolfe is the man she is battling against and she has no intention of letting him win. However, the first time they meet each other the at...
  • Kara Hildebrand (Two Book Pushers)
    1970-01-01
    I'm AL Jackson's biggest fan and I'll read anything she writes! Long, short, sweet, hot. Whatever! Hunt Me Down is novella in the Fight for Me series. Who doesn't love a fairytale? Especially one where the heat levels have been turned way up. This isn't Little Red Riding Hood. Broderick Wolfe and Lillith Redd are sworn enemies who've never met. Wolfe is trying to take something that's not his and Redd isn't going to let him have it. Once he sets ...
  • Kelly Emery (Beneath The Covers Blog)
    1970-01-01
    Full review can be found at Beneath The Covers Blog --> https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...*ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.*
  • michelle Shelly
    1970-01-01
    A quick hot read that will have your blood pumping and heart soaring. The characters Broderick and Lillith are both fierce at getting what they want. Only thing they want different things. It's business but once they meet face to face it becomes so much more. I absolutely loved their banter and together they explode. A great quick read that will have you begging for more.
  • Wit & Wonder Books
    1970-01-01
    ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review **Are you ready for the big bad Wolfe? New York Times and USA Today bestselling author A.L. Jackson brings us a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood that will have you looking at the fairytale in a whole new light. Hunt Me Down is a hot and steamy novella in the Fight For Me series and worth picking up.Broderick Wolfe gets what he wants and right now he wants to build a high-rise hotel. Only one t...
  • Eileen Robinson
    1970-01-01
    Bangor Belle Book BestiesAlthough I'm not always a fan of Novella's, I just had to read this one, because i absolutely loved the first book, Show Me The Way, in this Fight For Me Series. I can honestly say that although a novella, it just didn't feel rushed or that it was missing any elements within the story.The Chemistry and Lust between Broderick and Lily was full on and had me hot under the collar. The fact it felt so real just added to the l...
  • Kim
    1970-01-01
    The Big Bad Wolfe is on the hunt for his Little Redd Riding Hood. Broderick Wolfe is a successful businessman from Manhatten determined to acquire a small, failing business in Gingham Lakes to turn into a hotel. He has been sharing adversarial emails for over five months with the small town attorney, Lillith Redd who has a personal tie to the business he wants. And she is going to fight him tooth and nail. But even their email banter seems to exc...
  • Jennifer
    1970-01-01
    * A review copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review * ~ 5 I Always Get What I Want Stars ~ Hunt Me Down was a great little novella to add to the Fight For Me series by A.L. Jackson.This is a quick but entertaining read that will only take you a couple hours to read. It is told in Dual POV and is completely a standalone novella. This is an enemies to lovers type story and because of the length of the story you could charac...
  • Diz Reads 4TLOReading
    1970-01-01
    A Novella based in Gingham Lakes the new setting for Amy’s stand-alone series, and if this is a taste of what’s to come then bring it on ! This little novella knew how to pack a punch, it was clear to see that the was a classic fairytale remake going on, but who doesn’t love a good fairytale, especially when the heat is turned up to 11 and the pages smoulder within ! Brody and Lily’s fiery flirty emails and Words quickly ignited the want ...
  • Rustys
    1970-01-01
    The chase is on and the big bad Wolf “aka” Broderick Wolfe won’t stop until he has his way with Lillith Redd. If there is one thing that keeps me turning the pages at rapid speed, it’sthe game of cat and mouse!Name calling, sass and running makes the catch sweeter.Once again, author A.L. Jackson hit a home run when she paired Brody and Lili.It’s war, she is fighting to keep something dear to her, and he intends to win!I giggled reading ...
  • Amy
    1970-01-01
    4.5 Short & Sexy Stars!“This woman…this fiery woman had me stepping out of bounds. Saying things I knew I should never say.”“I worked relentlessly for what I wanted. Chased it. Hunted it until I had it in my clutches.”“Everything about him was compelling. Formidable. Unstoppable. Irresistible.”Hunt Me Down is a sexy and fun take on Little Red Riding Hood. Originally part of the Glamour: Contemporary Fairytale Retellings Anthology, H...
  • J.E. Benoit
    1970-01-01
    Reviewed on behalf of The Book Boyfriend Addict (www.bookboyfriendaddict.com). A complimentary copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. “Why do I get the feeling that, given the chance, you would swallow me whole?”My mouth brushed the very corner of hers, the words a low promise where they grated from my tongue. “Believe me, baby, I might devour you, but you’ll enjoy every second of it.” Broderick Wolfe knows what he wants an...
  • Kim
    1970-01-01
    Hunt Me Down may be novella length, but it packs a whole lot of hot, sweet and sexy into the pages in this wonderful retelling of Little Red Riding Hood!Lilith Redd is determined to save a big piece of her small town childhood from destruction at the hands of big bad NY corporate hot shot Broderick Wolfe.  She has been putting all her time and effort into finding a way to thwart his company's determination to rip down the section of buildings th...
  • Julie
    1970-01-01
    What do you do when you are trying to fight a legal deal with the toughest opponent you can imagine? Lillith is trying to save a business in town from destruction. A wealthy company wants to flatten the building to make room for one of their up and coming projects. With so much history to Lillith wrapped up in the walls and memories that the building holds, the tough as nails lawyer battles the legal entity from the other side. Broderick Wolfe ( ...
  • Smashlybookalicousreviewingchicks
    1970-01-01
    Brody Wolfe is the Wolf and Lilly Redd is the girl from “Little Red Riding Hood” is how I would like to think of these two, but so much better than our version of how we were told the story. Brody, will stop at nothing to Hunt down the sale of a building in her town and then Ms. Redd when these two meet in person. Mr. Wolfe and Ms. Redd were enemies and the banter between these two in emails trying to secure or save the building was hilarious...