NetGalley Review: Hunted by Lorenz Font

The Writer's Coffee Shop Publishing  Published Nov. 20, 2014

The Writer’s Coffee Shop Publishing
Published Nov. 20, 2014

The Vampire Council is hunting down infected vampires and Harrow Gates is their number one target. Suffering from the infection just like his victims, Gates has vowed not to feed unless completely necessary. 

When captured by an unexpected benefactor, Gates has an opportunity to get a fresh start on life and during this fresh start he meets Jordan, a vampire happens to follow Gates in hope of him knowing the killer of her parents.

Not one to steer clear of her mission, Jordan must fight her feelings of friendship and love in order to extract her revenge and Gates must allow himself hope to be cured.

This book started off pretty well. I loved the fact that the action started almost right away and Gates had a drive and a mission even after he was captured he still had this sense of strength and authority that was extremely powerful.

I loved the plot of the story.  The alternative vampire with a heart is always a good idea for me and the author did a really good job developing his character. But here are my issues the story is told in a few different point of views. I really wish the author would have just left it be with Gates and Jordan. I feel that almost 50% of  the story didn’t focus on either of them as whole and there was too many individual stories.

But my biggest issue with this book was the fact that nothing happened for so very long that it completely took away from the book. It was so boring. Nothing happened for so long it stalled the book. This caused a huge disappointment for a book that started so well.

After this point there wasn’t much that got me back into the book. As I said I enjoyed the idea but the constant passing of time with nothing going on just ruined it for me.

2 Pickles

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