Twilight Hunter

“Twilight Hunter”

Execution Underground #1

by Kait Ballenger

Nikki’s Rating: 5 out of 10

Summary: Jace McCannon works for the Execution Underground, an organization that handles supernatural beings that have gone rogue. But Jace has a secret, he himself has mixed blood and yet he hunts his kind. Hunting for a sadistic killer, Jace meets Frankie Amato, an alpha female werewolf who is also hunting the rogue responsible for killing women in the area. But the hunters become the hunted as Jace and Frankie become distracted with each other and the mating call that neither of them can ignore.

5 Terrific Things about Kait Ballenger’s “Twilight Hunter”

(May Contain Spoilers)

1. Supernatural

Vamps, weres, demons, etc. Most books that feature supernatural creatures are a win for me! With so many variations available from different myths, superstitions, and stories, I don’t think I could ever get tired of this genre.  

2. The Execution Underground

Speaking of variations, I enjoy that this series has the organization hunting supernaturals, mostly because it is a different perspective. Usually, I come across books where the supernaturals are the main protagonist, not necessarily the “bad guys.”

3. Hot, Hot, Hot

Gotta give credit to Kait for having steamy, lustful sex scenes.

4. Wanting More

This book was so entertaining that it left me wanting more! I look forward to reading the next novel in the series hopefully sometime soon.

5. Happily Ever After

Yay! I’m always grateful to have a happy ending for every novel I read, leaves me feeling joyful.

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