Dragon Heir Thea Grove Vampire Hunter #1 by Molly Webb, AvaRichardson

Published:August 11th 2021

Publisher:Relay Publishing

My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐✨


My name is Thea, and I’m a monster hunter. Or a monster, depending on who you ask…

My dad trained me to be tough and ruthless, so I could replace him someday as head of our shifter clan. Then I discovered my father wasn’t the man I thought he was. So I went freelance instead. Now, I fight for the underdogs my dad used to exploit. Sure, I get paid. But I don’t do it for the money…

So when a rogue werewolf I’m hunting turns out to be innocent, I want to know who framed him, and why. His name is Marcus, and with his broad shoulders and piercing eyes, he can certainly take care of himself. But someone wants him dead. And I want to keep him alive… At least long enough for me to figure out what he’s hiding.

Because Marcus is more than just your average shifter. He’s something much stranger, and much more dangerous. An ancient secret lurks behind his fierce, smoldering gaze.

My Review:

I don’t typically give a 3.5 star rating to a book with so many flaws but there was something about it that I actually enjoyed. The characters themselves were interesting. I especially like Hero the cat sidhe.

The author struggled with word building. Info is given in drips and draps. I’m still not sure what Thea is exactly. It feels like I missed a whole book that explains the back story for the characters but this is in fact the first.

Unfortunately it’s also quite forgettable. I read this book awhile ago and couldn’t remember anything about it. I had decided the rating but hadn’t written the review. I had to go back and skim it to refresh my memory.

This writer has potential. If she can focus on explaining the word building I think she will be on to a winning series. Currently it’s too confusing to remember.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 


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