Hunter's Blood

Cursed by Blood Series, #1

Lily wakes up from sleep due to calling of Terry, a shade. Terry used to be Lily’s best friend before she died and now Lily wants revenge from a Supe for killing her. One night while tracking a Werewolf, she realizes that she smells the same Werewolf that she smelled when Lily died. She notices somebody else following the Werewolf. She tries to get into his mind so she can see why he going after it. However, he blocks her from it. Lily starts fighting Werewolf, gets close to death, but the man, Sean, saves her from it. Sean is the Alpha over a pack of Weres and he has a clinic where he treats them. He takes Lily to his clinic and fixes her up. They start talking and realize there is an attraction between them.

The author has woven a successful, suspenseful romantic paranormal. She gives life to characters that could be boring but they are not at all. Hunter’s Blood will keep you enthralled to the very end.


Book Blurb for Hunter's Blood

Revenge. It’s a way of life for psychic Lily Saburi. Haunted since the brutal murder of her best friend and partner, she’s obsessed with retribution—a vigilante bent on striking a blow for humanity against the shadowed world of the supernatural. Prey turned predator she aims to even the score—one bullet at a time starting with the beast that changed her life forever.

Prepared for Armageddon she’s in for the fight of her life. But when mortally wounded by a diseased and insane Were, Lily is rescued by a most unlikely savior—Were-hunter, Sean Leighton. Sexy and powerful, Leighton is charged with destroying anything infected with the deadly pathogen threatening the survival of his pack, and that includes Lily. But their immediate attraction leaves them both breathless and confused. As Lily grapples with truth about herself, Leighton is faced with the looming reality that he will most likely have to kill the woman he’s falling in love with. Only time will tell if they are destined to be together or if they’ll fall victim to the Hunter’s Blood.


Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2010 4.00