Thursday, October 6, 2011

Vampire Hunt by C.J. Ellisson

Vivian thinks she can control every aspect of a deadly game with her usual manipulations… but what if she can’t? Journey along, in this next installment of The V V Inn series, for a wild ride as the tale is told through the eyes of all her new seethe members.

Seven vampires and seven werewolves pay to hunt a supernatural criminal across the cold, vast grounds of an Alaskan resort. The one to catch her, and live through the encounter, will increase their power by feasting on hers.

The tiny vampire they track is more than she appears, however. To escape a fate of ten years in silver chains, she'll do anything to survive the weeklong excursion. This time, the darkness holds more than just the stinging bite of the Arctic—it holds death.

My Thoughts: 

We have another winner here everyone.  If you haven't read this series yet, you better pick up your copy and soon or you'll be missing out on an awesome series.  The second book took a different path and I must say I really like where C.J. went with it. I enjoyed that it had more mystery to it and we all get a really good look at the characters she has created.  At the beginning of each chapter is a POV of each character, I thought that was a great way to give us a good look at each of them as they tell their side of the story.

So, The Hunt is on, as they will be hunting a rouge accused of killing humans and bringing un-wanted attention to the supernaturals.  With each page it will keep you wondering what's going to happen next, and you also get a better glimpse of Viv and things she has been through. 

I very much enjoyed this second book of the series and cannot wait for the third book which I will also be reviewing. I have no doubt you will enjoy this as much as I have.  Enjoy!!!!

I just wanted to note if you have read the book and the acknowledgments at the beginning, you will know and understand how important and special to C.J. this book is to her.  C.J. my condolences my prayers are with you and your family.  It must have been hard to finish this book, but I thank you for finishing it, it is a GREAT book.  Thank you for sharing that intimate part of your life.  I also really liked how you used people from your family and friends that's cool.  


  1. Thanks so much for the great review, Nattie! So glad you've enjoyed the series so far. I appreciate your condolences, thank you. It's been a very hard year but seeing how much people are enjoying the finished product made all the hard work worth it.

  2. I've heard of this author, but never read any of her books. I love the cover of this one. It's so perky...I don't know if that's the right word for a vampire-werewolf for dropping by my site. I want to follow you, but I don't see the widget for it.

  3. @C.J. you are most welcome :) Yes I have very much enjoyed it so far. You are welcome, and again thank you for finishing the book, I can only imagine how hard it was for you.

    @June oh you must read her books June they are simply fabulous, I love the cover for both books very original lol perky is good lol, your welcome thanks for visiting me, blogger sometimes mess's up and it's not there but it should be now if you'd like to try again. :) I would love for you to follow. Thanks again June stop by anytime.

  4. This definitely sounds like a series that would interest my daughter. And probably me, too! :)

  5. It is a def series I think you would like, now depending on how old your daughter is she would prob like it as well. :)