Hunting Light: Demon Hunter’s Guild Series, Book 2 Livres audio Audible – Version intégrale
When Mr. Black goes missing, Melody is left in charge of the New York Guild and burdened with the task of bringing her father home.
She's also been offered a place in Hell.
The decision should be a no brainer. Once a hunter, always a hunter. But with secrets unfolding and lives on the line, there's nothing easy about deciding between Hell and Home.
Contains mature themes.
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This book has one badass female that's going through a lot and she's still fighting and we can't forget about the demon king and her 2 other hot demon boyfriends
Let's just say this book is worth the read a great new series bring on book 3
The story continues a few weeks after the events of the previous book, and it hits home immediately. Melody's father and the Guild leader has been taken by an unknown entity and not only that Melody needs to find out what happened to her father, she needs to take charge in his stead, and do all the things she never wanted to do, such as meeting with the other leaders, or sending her peers to assignments.
Melody being Melody, never shies away from her duties, and she takes the position and does her best. On the other hand, she runs away from the new things she discovered about herself in the previous book. Regardless, her determination conquers all doubts and split loyalties as she moves closer to the resolution.
As in previous book, the author's did a great job plotting the story, further developing the characters and their relationships and expanding the world. Prejudice and various agendas still prevail, as well as the zealous behaviour. However, the unexpected love and loyalty, survive all the trials and tribulations.
It did seem like this was an ending, or at least a temporary one, however, I am desperately hoping for more books, because I have enjoyed the first two immensely.
Melody is still as snarky and badass as the first book which I love! I love all 3 of her demons and I am glad to see the relationship with Melody, Merlidon, and Brotus grow and develop deeper emotions. The relations Melody has with Lucifer is also growing. I felt in the first book, it was mostly just Melody and Lucifer in the relationship with little hints of lust brewing between the other 2 demons but this book expanded on that to include Merlidon and Brotus.
The ending of this book allows the authors to either continue with the lives of Melody and her 3 demons or just leave it as it is so this will be interesting to see what happens next (I’m being hopeful that there will be a 3rd book).
Just a few grammar details such as quotation marks omitted. There were some context errors during conversation where it was clear Melody said it but the flow of the conversation made it seem like someone else said it or the pronouns used were incorrect. I only saw that once, maybe twice. These weren’t errors that justified losing a star though. The authors did a fantastic job writing this book.