To read more reviews in this series and others, check out keikii eats books! 85 points/100 ( 4 ½ stars/5) Gabrielle Bradford is a hunter, part of an rganization that hunts bad little demons, ampires, werewolves and other supernaturals, but she is also dhampir.
This new master, however, is n't looking to take over the ity from just Julius but to fill it with demons and ghouls.
I am so anxiously looking forward to finishing writing this review so I can go and read the first one ( I do n't like finishing the second books in the series and starting the next without getting the review done for the irst) .Here 's the thing though.This was not written well by any means.Just..hear me out.I have read a lot of ooks I would consider bad recently.
Yet somehow, even though everything about it was goo, it somehow was entertaining.In the beginning of the essay, the writing itself is actually really not up to par.
All of this between one sentence and the next.That is just the first 10% of the ook- honestly and truly I thought I was going to have to quit this book before it ever even started.Despite it being perhaps one of the worst starts I 've seen in quite some times, I was amused by it.
She is a dhampir, and there is no one else like her.The love interest, Julius, is hilarious at first, then he grows on me.
When this " super sexy " vampire who wants to talk to her kidnaps her I was like " oh, looks like we 've found our love interest ".
He literally stands over her while she is passed out after he kidnapped her though, going " oh she looks so young " followed almost immediately by an " oh but I want her ".
Yet at the nd, he is kind, compassionate, and supportive while being who Gabi needs.The worldbuild is one of the places this book really falls flat and it does n't have an amusing counterpart to it.
Yet, by the beginnin of the books, Hannaford managed to actually pull it all together.
The end truly is n't as ad as the eginning.