My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I’ve been meaning to get in here and write a review for this book and with the release of the second one, time to really get off my brain and just do.
I enjoy Jordan’s writing. Hands down, she’s got a tight, descriptive style that pulls a reader in and places them in the middle of the story. She writes storylines where the characters are complex but approachable and she has a good sense of balance with regards to their personalities. They are living on the pages. Excellent pacing and fantastic tension.
What I loved about this book was the “possession” element. Gray is as much a character as the main couple and he does have a significant impact in the book. It’s a great developed third wheel in what should have been a book about a supernatural hunter/agent and the paranormal-ish man he’s run across.
So the second book just dropped and I went to get it before I came here. If that doesn’t tell you my priorities, I don’t know what does.
I can count on Jordan to tell me a good story. Actually I can count on her to tell me a damned fantastic story. Hunter of Demons is just the beginning of what looks to be a great series. Don’t lose out on reading it. Really, get this and I’ll go prod her about getting the sequel to Widdershins while you’re busy. Jordan L Hawk is addictive. Trust me on that one.
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Link to purchase on Smashword but it’s available on Amazon and the other sites.
Hunter of Demons: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/282332
Master of Ghouls: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/301792