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Bloodhunter (Silverlight – Book 1)
by Laken Cane
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Dark Medium/Fast Burn Paranormal RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down and Dirty
Fascinating book – pick it up.
What is it about?
Blurb from GoodReads:
First he tried to kill her. Now, he’s obsessed with her…
Six years ago Trinity Sinclair was the victim of a brutal vampire attack. The assault changed her into something she has only recently begun to understand, and connects her in unimaginable ways to her attacker.
But the dominating vampire who attacked her doesn’t want to kill her. He wants to keep her alive.
Unfortunately, keeping Trinity alive won’t be easy when nearly every vampire in existence wants her dead.
As a Bloodhunter, she is one of the very few humans in the world who can give a vampire his true death–and there is nothing worse or more terrifying to a vampire than true death.
Luckily for Trinity, she doesn’t have to fight alone. She has a special sword and six protective people at her back– The vampire master who attacked her, a mysterious hunter, and four incredible–and hot–supernaturals.
And she is as passionately drawn to them as they are to her–emotionally and physically.
Her unquenchable thirst for blood is matched by a primal, undeniable lust, and Trinity realizes she is in more danger of losing her heart and soul than she ever was of losing her life.
This is dark, but not as dark as some I’ve read, though it definitely flirts with the depths of human emotion. Well written and intriguing, there is something about this that pulls you in and chews on your psyche…. wallowing around and playing with your feelings as it builds – and tears down – the characters.
First Person, Single POV
Episodic with Cliffhanger
- Well written.
- Character development.
- A fast burn that feels slow, in an incredibly strange way.
- The mythos drawn in this world is unique and impressive.
- At times it feels confusing.
Even with the occasional bit of confusion, this book is worth reading and falling into. I would highly recommend it.
Published March 6th, 2018
Please note, this is a Reverse Harem novel with mature scenes and themes more suited to an older audience. 18+
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