Ever since her partner was kidnapped, Aurora Sky has been on a personal mission to get him back. To do that she needs the vampire responsible for destroying her life.
In order to have a snowball's chance at success, she'll have to team up with her most loyal friends - including a certain vampire in black with a provoking talent for distraction.
Old cravings aren't easily quenched, nor past passions. With knowledge comes danger and Aurora is at risk on all sides.
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intriguing untrustworthy interplay between the characters
Hunting Season by Nikki Jefford is the fourth novel in the series called Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter. This book continues the story of Aurora Sky, a young female vampire hunter focused on rescuing her partner from a vampire who is holding him hostage to exchange him for a government employed vampire. Meanwhile, she continues to be sent on missions by the government agents to hunt vampires. Playing a careful game, where she isn’t entirely sure that she herself is not being manipulated, Aurora attempts to mount a rescue effort making unlikely alliances.
As in the previous books, the relationship between vampirism, fatal diseases, blood types, and vampire hunting is an interesting and unique take on vampires that I like.
Overall, I enjoyed this novel, probably the most in this series so far. The plot was exciting and to me the second half of the novel was especially engrossing because of the intriguing untrustworthy interplay between the characters. I also like how the history between the vampires was coming into play. Similarly, the mistrust and manipulation of the government agency and the vampire hunters and the vampires in this novel is really coming to a head after a slow build up throughout the series. The surprising reveal from the last novel drove some of the rekindling of the relationships in this one as well as the formation of new tentative alliances. I’m hoping as the story continues more will be revealed about these new alliances with vampires that could reveal more about the government agency and the history behind it.
The narration by Em Eldridge was good. I want to comment that her narration throughout the series has been consistent which is great! The production quality was good. I would recommend this novel to anyone who likes young adult fiction and vampire stories.
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