“With the Brotherhood and certain witches gunning for Nava, people are taking bets on who will kill her first.
Not to mention that the shambles of her relationship have just been thrust into the spotlight for a mission to take down one of the deadliest demons she’s faced yet. A demon who’ll force her and Rohan to confront their own inner demons once and for all.
Nava heads to Los Angeles to make her bold play–on all fronts–but can she stop her foes before they destroy her for good?
And who else will have to die?
Go big or go home, baby.”
The cover for The Unlikable Demon Hunter: Fall is a real slap in the face – in a good way. The ragged edges and the use of colour snapped up my attention, and then we get to the title. The Unlikable Demon Hunter. If the cover doesn’t want to make you open up the book, the title sure will. It’s the Demons that are supposed to be unlikable, so what the hell has this Demon hunter done?
Released on 17th August this year, The Unlikable Demon Hunter: Fall is the fifth book in the Nava Katz series. All five books feature Nava, a Demon hunter who came into her profession entirely by accident, as a result of her foul-mouth and lack of filter (and perhaps a little bit of the sauce!), and Rohan, her colleague and love interest.
An urban fantasy/paranormal romance, this book has a startlingly good reception for having been released for less than a month. Currently, The Unlikable Demon Hunter: Fall has a massive 85 reviews on Amazon, and most of these are 5 star. Not going to lie, I am super impressed!
All the books in the Nava Katz series are between $3 and $8 in e-book format and considering the plethora of good reviews on them all, it doesn’t look like any new readers to this series will be taking much of a gamble with their money. But a big FYI here – the books need to be read in order.
“BOOOOOM Mind Blown! Wow… just wow. Give me more!!!” – Amazon Reviewer
“There’s so much depth in how Deborah Wilde writes not just Nava, but in all of the characters and it’s a pleasure to read each of the books, like greeting old friends and you can see how they’ve changed and grown over the course of the series so far.” – Milli, Amazon Reviewer
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