Cover Reveal and Review!
Devil’s Playground and Harvest Moon are 2 books in the Night Hunter’s series by Helena Shaw. Devil’s Playground, which is book 4 will be out very soon, and Helena has been nice enough to reveal the cover here on Fang Freakin’ Tastic!
I’ve just read the first book in the series, Harvest Moon, so you can read my review for that below. Andi has also reviewed it in the past, so if you would like to see her review of Harvest Moon, please click HERE.
I will be reviewing the rest of the series very soon, so keep your eyes open for that. So without further ado, here’s the just released cover for Devil’s Playground!
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She finally thought she was free.
Dawn Garrett has been on the run from her past since the day she turned eighteen. A new name, a new life, and a new love have kept her safe from the one man who will stop at nothing to get her back.
Together with Jase Byrnes, Dawn has stood up against werewolves, witches, vampires, and so much more. She’s learned to be a hunter and with Jase by her side, she’s finally found the strength she’s been looking for.
But the man she’s spent so long running from is hot on her trail and Dawn is out of places to run. She’ll need to stand and face him, but she’s trapped in his playground and he’s got more tricks up his sleeve than she ever thought possible.
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The exciting new paranormal romance series Night Hunters begins here!
She’s pretending to be someone she’s not.
For two years, Dawn Garrett has been on the run from some very bad people. The small town of Goosemont, nestled deeply in the Appalachian Mountains, seems like the perfect place for a young woman to disappear.
He isn’t who he says he is.
When Jase Byrnes is working a job, he needs to blend in, and he works alone. He knows what dark creatures lurk in the shadows and prowl in the night, and it’s his duty to hunt them.
Not all is right in the picturesque town of Goosemont. Hikers are going missing at an alarming rate and people are turning up dead. It isn’t bears or wolves that are hiding deep in the mountain, but a terrifying evil that Jase has come to hunt. It’s the same evil that has claimed the life of Dawn’s best friend and with Jase’s help, she is ready to fight back. Will Jase be able to finish the job? Or will his attraction to Dawn only put her in more danger?
Harvest Moon is a story about a girl on the run from her past. She just wants to live her life in peace. She has been in hiding for several years now. When missing hikers start turning up dead, possibly mauled to death, in the small West Virginia town she has lately been calling home and the FBI shows up to investigate, she’s worried her secrets will be revealed.
This was a quick and easy read. It was somewhat predictable in some ways and surprising in others. I liked the main character, Dawn, as well as the friendly relationships she held with her boss and co-workers. She was a likeable character with realistic characteristics and flaws like anyone else. She doesn’t seem to be a “damsel in distress” type of character, which I can appreciate.
The storyline itself is an interesting one. There were parts of the story that dragged a little for me, but not so much that it made me want to quit reading. I would liked for there to have been a bit more action, but what action there is in Harvest Moon, is easy to follow and makes you wonder who is behind all the killings.
An overall good read, I would recommend Harvest Moon to any reader looking to start a new series with realistic characters, an interesting storyline, and paranormal elements. This series has the potential to be something I will continue to enjoy in subsequent books and I look forward to reading the rest of the series.