Review: Sonnet Vale: Paranormal Hunter by Gena D. Lutz



Paranormal hunter, Sonnet Vale, has the unique ability to hunt and kill vampires. But a chance encounter with a handsome stranger is about to change everything, teaching Sonnet what it’s like to be hunted and possessed.


This is another installment from the Romancing the Paranormal anthology coming out May 19th. My ARCs for this anthology are trickling in and let me tell you after reading the first two snippets, I cannot wait to read the rest!

This one was a fast paced dive into a different world. One where some vampires plague humanity and a select group seeks justice for their victims. Sonnet is different. She possesses innate abilities that help her track vampires but she lacks the killer instinct to get the job done. She’s content to leave the bloody stuff to her partner Emely. Their latest hunt brings Sonnet face to face to Bane, a man that will ultimately alter how she sees vampires, the rest of the supernatural world and even herself.

As a lover of vamp fiction, I thought I’d seen it all but Lutz managed to give new life into the mythos by giving the creatures their own niche in the world where they can thrive. The descriptions were great and really brought the story to life. I loved the characters. The author did an amazing job creating multifaceted personalities and revealed only the facets that were vital to the story. It created a mystique around them and made me crave more of Sonnet, Bane and their world.

This one deserves 5-star status and I hope that the author continues this amazing story-line.

If you’re like me and can’t wait to get your hands on this book, go ahead and pre-order it; links can be found on the promo tour here.


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