Reviewed by Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team
Keegan Bishop is a witch who is being assigned by Destin Jourdain the leader of the US branch of The Order of Witches to be an instructor at the new Hunter Training Program teaching magical combat, not what she expected when she had just turned one of the men into a goat in the middle of a store. She hoped that Destin wouldn’t learn about it but she was forced to call him when her attempt at turning Noah back left him half goat and half man.
Keegan has had her share of heartache, her parents died, her boyfriends died and her foster parents died leaving her convinced that she is cursed and anyone who gets close to her is in danger. It was her mentor and friend Evangeline Duvalier who convinced her she was cursed and if you are familiar with this series then you are aware of how evil she was.
When she arrived for orientation she met Jeremiah Durand, Alpha Archer Langley’s second in command and there was an immediate attraction, an attraction she would not pursue in order to save his life. When he tries to convince her to have lunch she explains that she is cursed but he is not easily put off and she can’t resist. Convinced that being friends would keep Jeremiah safe they continue to see each other but Jeremiah will do anything he can to prove that she is not cursed and that they belong together but their relationship would be the least of their problems because evil is coming.
Keegan had a vision of a darkened Bourbon Street and black ooze coming from the cracks in the street and she explained it to Jeremiah who went to investigate and unfortunately he did more than look he touched. Evil has arrived and the danger is real but can he convince Keegan that it is not because of her.
Although dead Evangeline’s evil lives on and demons are breaking out. It will take an angel to help put a stop to what is happening.
I count myself lucky to have read all of Ms. Forrest’s series and loved each and every one of them and this one is no exception. I can’t recommend highly enough her paranormal series filled with amazing characters, romance and everything you could want from a paranormal romance. This is the last book in the Hunter series but I can’t wait for the first book in the new Hunter Training series.