The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter #2 by Jennifer Malone Wright

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Chloe, Drew and Luke return in the second part of the Vampire Hunter’s Daughter series. Chloe has been in the hunter village for a couple months now and she has a set schedule she lives by. Each day requires a run, school and training. She pushes herself from the time she wakes up until the time she goes to bed.

She ends up in a fight with a girl at school over a misunderstanding when Chloe accidentally hits her in the face while trying to stop the girl from falling. They are both suspended from school for a week so she has some free time, right? WRONG.

Luke, her grandfather which we learned in the first book, is on the hunter counsel and they alot her a certain amount of money onto a joint checking account each month from her trust fund. Drew takes her to the city to go shopping one day as she needs new clothes and boots for winter. They end up having a great time shopping but know something is wrong when they walk outside.

It’s Christmas time and Chloe is feeling very sad. Drew takes her to her mom’s grave where they both end up with a huge surprise when they get ready to leave. It’s not a bad surprise. It’s a good one.

I’m honestly looking forward to reading the next parts of this series. I want to know how their surprise turns out. After I finish this series, I’m going to read the Arcadia Falls series which is a spin-off which features Chloe and the hunters as well. I believe it’s more focused on the vampire side of things though, I’m not 100% sure on that one.

I got this book while it was free. It’s for sale for 99 cents now.

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