#1 in the Urban Fantasy Charts

What’s #1 in the Urban Fantasy Charts?

A part of me thinks I should rename this segment to something a bit more realistic. It’s been ages since we’ve actually had a #1 book on these posts at the time they reached #1. In fact, most of the books on the Teen & Young Adult Paranormal & Urban Fantasy chart have hit #1 at least once, just not at the time of posting. So, actually, it all counts, right?

This week we’re looking at #8 on the charts!

Right now, the charts are still saturated with academy books and while I love them, I want to get away from them for a little while just to show off some of the other cool books in the genre. In any case, I think you’re going to like the look of this one.


Dark Hunt by Kim Richardson

“Broke and living in a one-bedroom apartment the size of a closet is not what you’d expect from an elite Hunter like me. But Hunting demons and half-breeds isn’t your average nine-to-five job with benefits. The hours are long and the pay usually sucks.

I didn’t think I was going to make rent again until the Council, the group of angel-born who’d shunned me all those years ago, offered me a job—a paying one.

I could either tell them to shove it, or take the job. So what’s a gal to do? Take the gig, of course.

Everything would have worked out fine if the Council hadn’t forced me to work the case with Jax—an angel-born warrior who happened to be way too pretty to be legal. Turns out Jax has an agenda of his own and is determined to make my life hell, but I’m stuck with him. For now.

And things went downhill from there when I found out the demon I’m Hunting is a Greater demon. And yeah, it’s Hunting me too. Swell.”

* * *

Hell yeah, a good ol’ fashioned demon hunter.

Dark Hunt seems to have a more unusual twist in that our main character and demon hunter doesn’t seem to fall in love with the demon they are charged with hunting. It’s a common trope. Instead, we see an interesting dynamic between partners and, oh my, an angel at that.

It feels like having a rocky start to relationships is really popular in indie books these days but surely these two will end up putting their differences aside and having a smooch. To put it lightly.


Where can I get it?

E-book and paperback formats are up on Amazon right now at fairly standard prices. It’s not going to break the book bank, for sure.

Here is the Amazon buy link for Dark Hunt.

Thanks for reading!

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