Emma Hayes, a mercenary turned monster hunter, finds herself the secret savior of Earth as she attempts to battle creatures and keep unsuspecting humans safe.
Emma already has blood on her hands, and the tide of creatures keeps coming. She quickly learns that not all battles can be won with a gun. She must decide whether to take up Sharur, the magical battle axe, which may trigger a latent and terrifying magical ability with her.
Emma’s monster hunting skills also catch the attention of a government operative who enlists her to help discover the identity of another creature-killer. This investigation leads Emma deep into the heart of a supernatural organized crime Syndicate. All of Emma’s notions about the evil nature of these creatures are called into question when she meets Duncan, The Syndicate’s leader.
Emma’s world continues to unravel as she is pulled deeper into the realm of magic and monsters.
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Dina Given is an aspiring author, currently working on her first PNR/Urban Fantasy novel, Unhidden. Dina lives in rural New Jersey with her husband, two children and one dog. She writes at every spare moment she can while still working a full-time job. Dina blogs about her writing experience for anyone interested in getting a behind-the-scenes look at the trials, tribulations, successes and failures of writing a novel.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A Good Read but not for me. I was able to get this book through NetGalley in exchange for a review, which I am happy to provide. Now this is usually the kind of book I devour in no time at all and right up my alley, but for whatever reason I just could not connect with the book and it took much longer to finish. It had interesting characters, and it started off very promising with plenty of action, but it took a really long time to find out what was going on with our heroine, and the plot was confusing to me and it did not flow smoothly. There were parts I liked and some I did not and most likely I will not follow this series, it just did not grab me enough. But I do believe that Dina Given is a talented Author and I am sure that I will be reading some of her books in the future.