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The Witch Hunter (Book One in the Witch Hunter Saga)
     

The Witch Hunter (Book One in the Witch Hunter Saga)

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by Nicole R. Taylor
 

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Zachary Degaud was twenty three when he died. The problem was, he didn't stay that way.
Present day, he's just another vampire with another unremarkable story. That is, until he manages to provoke a two thousand year old witch named Katrin, who wants to make him pay in the most horrible way imagined.
Along with his brother Sam, newly made vampire Liz and

Overview

Zachary Degaud was twenty three when he died. The problem was, he didn't stay that way.
Present day, he's just another vampire with another unremarkable story. That is, until he manages to provoke a two thousand year old witch named Katrin, who wants to make him pay in the most horrible way imagined.
Along with his brother Sam, newly made vampire Liz and their only witch ally, Gabby, his only chance for survival is to summon the ancient and unpredictable vampire known as the Witch Hunter.
Zac is just looking for a way out of his psychopathic witch problems, but instead will find himself falling head first into a blood feud that has stretched thousands of years.
Aya has been asleep for the past 150 years, until she was awoken by a haunting call. The witch she has been hunting for thousands of years, Katrin, has resurfaced and marked a young, annoyingly arrogant vampire by the name of Zachary Degaud. Unless she does something, he will die a slow and painful death. He has given her an opportunity to end the witch, but does she want to help him or leave him to his fate?
Zac will get under her skin like no one else has and she just might find herself making the ultimate sacrifice before he is gone forever.
They will both have to choose sides and look deep within themselves before the end. But, what Zac learns about himself, will surprise him most of all.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044363687
Publisher:
Nicole R. Taylor
Publication date:
03/04/2013
Series:
Witch Hunter Saga
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
2,533
File size:
574 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Hey there. My name is Nicole R. Taylor (the R stands for radical…not really, but I'll never tell) and I write books and stuff. I dream impossible dreams and live impossible fantasies. Sometimes I live out of a suitcase in far away lands. Sometimes I just like staying in. I write about vampires with complexes, rockstars looking for epic love, insane witches, super heroes, post-apocalyptic warriors, soul baring music lovers and samurai sword wielding women…all from a desk in a country town in southern Australia. I write to the beat of my own drum and go where the wind takes me.

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The Witch Hunter 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 39 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this first book in less than a day. Bought the next three. If you don't want to get suck into the series don't start it, it has cliff hangers
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm a subscriber to Bookbub which means I have read my fair share of "free" books. I don't expect a whole lot from these reads except for punctuation mistakes and misspellings, however, I have been pleasantly surprised many times. This one was a surprise, with how terrible this high rated book is. Two pages in had me pulling up this page on Barnes and Noble to see if this book was in any way related to the Vampire Diaries series. The similarities are so strong it's off-putting. The story is stilted with many plot holes. At one point the writer switches between first and third person. There are many spelling mistakes and I found myself reading just so I could delete this book from my Nook. Not to mention all the foul language that I wasn't expecting to find in what I mistakenly thought was a young adult fantasy novel. There are so many options for great reads in this genre, this one is just not worth your time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has stolen the plot from vampire diaries. Maybe if the author comes up with an original plot I'll try reading them again.
Anonymous 4 months ago
It is a quick read but it is a something you will remember
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very slow moving and I was not attached to any of the characters. The dynamics ( two brothers who were turned into vampires against their wishes who are in love with the same girl who also has been made a vampire against her wishes who has a best friend who happens to be a powerful witch and their too nice, human, clueless guy friend) are all characters with personalities stolen from Vampire Diaries. Even stole the daylight ring that allows them to walk in the sun. I wanted to like it and I almost stopped reading it about 15 times but I read to the end hoping it would get better. It didn't get better. The author invested a lot of time to write this book. I'm not sure why she would go to so much trouble and them make it so similar to Vampire Diaries.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a knock off of the vampire diaries.
Anonymous 21 days ago
Loved this book.
witchone 7 months ago
Slow to begin, but picked up fast. Liked the character development
TheSaintly More than 1 year ago
Okay read - not really my "cup of tea" though
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good story and characters. well written.
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I dumped this in the first chapter! It made no sense & was boring. Thank goodness it was free.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Or what may be the hero, either.
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kirstyviz More than 1 year ago
Personally I have felt some recent vampire stories have had repetitive and stale plots, which is why The Witch Hunter immediately gave me a buzz. Nicole R Taylor blends the generic motifs of a paranormal story; witches, vampires, werewolves and magic; into one exciting, fresh and dangerous novel. The Witch Hunter is set in Ashburton, Lousiana, in America's South, not Ashburton, Devon which is several miles down the road from me, as I had to keep reminding myself! Zac Degaud likes drinking alcohol and blood and is an intensely unhappy figure. One night he kills Alistair Payne and in revenge Katrin, a founding witch, promises to destroy him and his family. Gabby, his friend and a witch, helps them to summon The Witch Hunter, Aya. Aya's story is complicated and her abilities not truly known, though it is obvious she is powerful, having both vampire and witch powers. Despite her paranormal identity she is a character the reader feels able to connect with. Aya is vengeful and has a score to settle with Katrin, but she struggles to maintain her focus as her attraction and desire for Zac conflict with her Witch Hunter duties. Nicole R Taylor's novel is perfect for fans of this genre. The Witch Hunter has a comprehensive plot which captivates its reader, luring them into the battle waged by Zac, Aya and their allies. The story is left on a cliffhanger and I did not hesitate to purchase a copy of The Return! I received this as a complimentary review copy, but this has had no influence on my opinion.
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I would like a little more action, but all in all it is a good book.
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