Hunters of the supernatural, the Execution Underground are an elite group tasked with protecting humanity…but what happens when danger collides with desire?
Jace McCannon has one loyalty: the Execution Underground. Despite his mixed blood, his hatred for the werewolves he hunts is legendary. But in his search for a sadistic killer, Jace finds himself face to face with a stunningly seductive packmaster…and longing for a night with his mortal enemy.
Nothing can stop Frankie Amato from defending her kind–or catching the rogue responsible for killing women in her territory. For that, this alpha female needs Jace’s skills more than she wants to admit. But as their investigation exposes evil truths, need burns into a passion that dare not be fulfilled. For to do so will have deadly consequences for them both.
4.5 Stars Jace has always felt ashamed of who he is, or more actually what he is. But he can’t change the past he can only move on. Try to look forward to a future free of at least a few of the beasts he hunts. But the very near future has slightly different plans for Jace. Jace is about to learn that he should not fear or be ashamed of what he is. Because it is the very thing that might be able to save everyone.
As if tracking a killer is not hard enough, Frankie has found herself in the crosshairs of a hunter from the Execution Underground. But there is something about the very sexy hunter that calls to Frankie. Something that she can’t avoid, something that is all consuming, something that could be deadly for her if he finds out who she really is.
Great start to a new series by a great new author!!! Kait has busted onto the scene with a new look at the paranormal with a twist of mythology. Twilight Hunter is book one in Kait’s Execution Underground series. She also released a novella Shadow Hunter, but you don’t have to read them in order. I was sucked into this world and never wanted to leave. I so can’t wait to see what Kait has in store for us next.
I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.