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Saturday, September 7, 2013

Review: "The Vampire Hunter's Daughter: Part V" by Jennifer Malone Wright




In the fifth installment of The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter, Chloe has been forced to make her decision to leave the community earlier than anticipated. To keep her family safe, she leaves with the vampire Trevor, who she had previously discovered was her father and the man responsible for her mother’s murder. 

Chloe is now in an entirely new element. She is not surrounded by vampire hunters anymore, but living with one of those which vampire hunters strive to kill. Living with Trevor, Chloe’s only human contact is the housekeeper and the tutor Trevor hired to teach her.

After nearly a year of being a prisoner in Trevor's home, Chloe begins to believe it may not be so bad. That is, until she discovers Trevor’s true intentions for her, the terrible plan he put into motion before she was even born.
 

My Review:

As hinted in the previous installment, Chloe had made the decision to leave the hunter community and live with Trevor, her vampire father.  This decision was made to protect everyone she loves as she can’t bear to lose another loved one.  Thrown into another world she knows little to nothing about.   

Chloe is surrounded by those she was training to kill know with very little human contact.  After a year of living with Trevor and being tutored by one of the two humans she is allowed to have contact with, Chloe soon learns that Trevor has plans for her. 



This is another great installment in the series (yup I’m saying it again).  This series is moving along fast yet things are happening at a great pace and things are being thrown in to the mix to add even more excitement.  I mean how much more can this girl endure??  The new twist makes you want to continue one to find out what will happen to Chloe and if she will be able to get out of the house that she is imprisoned in.

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