Series: The Vampire's Mage
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Also in this series: Magic Hunter
Also by this author: Magic Hunter
Part Two Vampire's Mage Series.
A web of secrets. Bloodthirsty demons. A new nightmare.
Humans are going missing all over the city. Bloodthirsty shadow demons are attacking, and the Brotherhood want to return to the old ways to control the chaos.
Digging deeper into these sinister new threats, Rosalind once again joins forces with Caine. But the sexy incubus has been keeping some major secrets from her—secrets that hold clues to her own history. And as Rosalind uncovers the truth about herself, she realizes she has to risk her sanity if she wants to save humanity.
Witch Hunter is the second book in a four-part series.
Book one: Magic Hunter (May 2016) Book two: Witch Hunter (August 2016) Book three: (November 2016) Book four: (March 2017)
WARNING: This is a review of a second book in a four part series. I’m going to try my hardest, but there may be spoilers for the first book in this review. If you are interested please visit our review of Magic Hunter and start reading from there.
Rosalind is back, but this time with even more problems. Seriously, when does the girl even have time to breathe? She must help Caine defeat The Brotherhood, figure out how to create daywalkers, and keep her own sanity. Along the way she finds out more about her past and family than is good for her.
I read through this book as fast as I could. There were a few times when I would get annoyed and have to put it down. Remember that repetitiveness I mentioned in the last review? Yea, it’s back. I also began to wonder if our heroin is becoming a bit of a Mary Sue. Everyone wants her, she is powerful, and always finds a way to win. This realization bothered me, but I’ll continue to hold out hope that this changes in the last two books.
Not all was darkness, there was so much light. Within the first twenty minutes of reading, I Crawford hits us with a twist that was enough to make me scream. Seriously, I did. And I texted Tiffani immediately, begging her to read the first book just so I could talk about this twist with someone. But it did not happen just once. Nope. I excitedly broke out in a scream multiple times through this book. Talk about drawing the audience in.
Right now, Witch hunter is available to read for free on Kindle Unlimited. Talk about a deal. Read it, and let me know what you think in the comments! Seriously, do. I still need to talk to someone about that reveal.