A Hunter's Angel, Six Sentence Sunday

Six Sentence Sunday

Happy Sunday!  Here we are again sharing six sentences. Check out other authors at Six Sentence Sunday.

Today, I’m sharing six from my current release, A Hunter’s Angel.

Set Up:  Grace, the Clayton, PA police chief, and Ian McHenry, FBI special agent-in-charge, are discussing the possiblity that the serial killer in Clayton is similar to one they’d worked together in catching a year before in Philly.

For a split second, she thought she saw longing in his October-blue eyes. Stop it. That’s what I want to see.

“Vampirism is not all that uncommon,” she said. “Several people in places like New Orleans and Transylvania are arrested yearly because they’re convinced they’re vampires. Some of them have gone as far as committing murder living out their fantasy, like Cavanaugh.”

The irony in all this…. Cavanaugh just thought he was a vampire…. The FBI agent she’s trying to convince….IS a vampire.

The serial killer stalking Clayton, Pennsylvania, isn’t all that has Chief of Police Grace Wallace worried. For a year, she’s tried to forget Special Agent Ian McHenry and now he’s the expert the FBI sent to catch the killer. She can’t stay away from him, but something primal is telling her to run to save much more than just her heart. Despite the strict code of ethics Ian vowed to follow as a vampire hunter, he craves Grace’s blood above all others. If he chooses to stay, Ian risks losing his chance at divine forgiveness. But if he leaves Grace unprotected from the evil he’s hunted for over a century, he loses more than just his soul…

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Coffeetime Romance Reviews   5 cups

A Hunter’s Angel is an enticing good read. I absolutely love the characters, especially Ian and the way he is painted. Ian is a protector any woman would cherish. The way he and Grace bond, with their on and off situation, is written with great dialogue and intensity, making the story thoroughly engaging as they forge full swing into some thrilling events. Ms. DuBois pens a convincing story that fascinates with action-packed suspense and romance that sears the pages.


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