Don’t you just love it when you pick up a free read and it turns out so much better than you expected it to? That’s the category that Ghost Hunter falls into, definitely.
It’s going to be a little hard to do this review and keep it spoiler free. A lot happens in this book. There are a lot of paranormal aspects that are looked at in a totally different way. There is a lot of action and the characters have depth. There is a lot of mystery behind each and every one of them too. At first glance, nothing or no one is exactly what or who they seem. I love it when the good and bad guys keep switching places. Keeps things interesting.
Ashley comes into this story blind. She seems to be the only one who doesn’t know what or who she really is. Thanks to her mom, she spent most of her life thinking she was insane. Christian’s draw to her is overwhelming and forbidden. That, along with her hatred and distrust of him makes a HEA seem nearly impossible. Throw in a few unruly ghosts and some magic with unexpected results and you have an intriguing and fun read.
Ghost Hunter doesn’t end in a cliff hanger exactly, but there is definitely more to the story. The second book in The Hunter Series is Demon Hunter. It’s not another freebie, but I’m afraid that Lori Brighton now has me hooked. (Sneaky authors!) ;)