Eater of Lives
Book 4 in the SPECTR seriesPrevious book: Reaper of SoulsWhen a supernatural killer is implicated in a string of cannibalistic murders, federal exorcist John Starkweather must track the demon down with the help of his live-in lover, Caleb Jansen. Caleb is possessed by Gray, a vampire spirit who... show more
Book 4 in the SPECTR seriesPrevious book: Reaper of SoulsWhen a supernatural killer is implicated in a string of cannibalistic murders, federal exorcist John Starkweather must track the demon down with the help of his live-in lover, Caleb Jansen. Caleb is possessed by Gray, a vampire spirit who is a natural demon hunter. Caleb's desire to find the killer is tempered by the knowledge his own time is running out. If John can't successfully figure out how to exorcise Gray before forty days are up, the possession becomes permanent.When John's ex shows up, looking for a place to stay while visiting the city on business, tensions mount even higher. Lines are drawn and Caleb learns some decisions, once made, can never be changed.Novella: 26,119 words.The SPECTR series:Hunter of Demons (Book 1)Master of Ghouls (Book 2)Reaper of Souls (Book 3)Eater of Lives (Book 4)Other books by Jordan L. Hawk:Whyborne & Griffin:Widdershins (Book 1)Threshold (Book 2)Hainted"Heart of the Dragon" (short story)
Pages no: 109
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, M M Romance
, M M M
, M M Paranormal
Series: Spectr (#4)
Ugh! NOOO! Not the "MCs refuse to talk to each other so Big Misunderstandings" occur! And not the "ex comes back and causes trouble" trope. You're better than this, Ms. Hawk. So I could knock off half a star for that nonsense, but the rest of the relationship stuff was strong enough to overcome it. ...
The menage note doesn't come into full fruition. Or even come near it. Most of it is focused on a plot. It does seem to end in a "cliffhanger," though, so if you're very invested in it, I'd recommend waiting until February, when the next one's supposed to come out.Comments I made as I read:Lol. He w...
I put the review of all four installment into one post - I read all four in one go, so it even seemed to me like one big story. And what a great one! I love the world building, it is done very well, and it has a more original take on the old demons and paranormal cops trope than most books I rea...
I found this series after reading Jordan L. Hawks “Whyborne & Griffin” series. I had fallen in love with her writing and wanted more. The SPECTR series is very different but has all the vivid imagery, engaging characters and action packed storyline that I have come to associate with Ms Hawk’s writin...
Eater of Lives is spooktacular, hands down, my favorite book in this series so far. Did I mention it ends in a cliffhanger? Yes. Yes, it does, so if you have a hard time dealing with months of wondering what’s next, be forewarned, this one’s a doozie.As always, Jordan L. Hawk’s prose is a razor shar...
Share this Book