Review: A Hellhound in Hollywood (Huntress Chronicles #4) by Amy Armstrong

November 17, 2015 Review 0

Review: A Hellhound in Hollywood (Huntress Chronicles #4) by Amy Armstrong

Vampire huntress Alana Day has always striven to be the best hunter she can be, but is the smooth-talking cowboy Tyler Braddock the man to teach her that there’s more to life?

When vampire huntress Alana Day is sent to Los Angeles to retrieve one of the lost grimoires, she expects the job to be as easy as every other. But while out hunting on her first night in the city, she is nearly killed by a savage hellhound. Smooth-talking cowboy and fellow hunter Tyler Braddock saves Alana’s life, and they decide to team up to locate the grimoire. Sparks fly between the pair from the moment they meet, but Alana has spent her life focusing on her job and trying to be the best hunter she can be. She’s not about to let a man interfere with that plan.

However, the more Alana gets to know Ty, the more she begins to realize that there’s more to life than hunting. Love is equally important to her, and maybe it doesn’t have to be either or.

Just as she warms to the idea of a future with Ty, their search for the grimoire grows more perilous. Soon they are fighting vampires, warlocks, hellhounds and a demon that would see them dead before handing over the grimoire. What’s the point of planning a future together when they might not have one?

Publisher's Note: This book can be read as a standalone, but is best read in sequence as part of a series.

Title: A Hellhound in Hollywood
Author: Amy Armstrong
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Tied to the Billionaire
Series: Huntress Chronicles #4
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Author
Published: November 17, 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 112
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames
Bailey Bradford

The council has sent Alana to L.A. to find a lost grimoire. As a vampire huntress, she anticipates the job to be just like any other. That is until she is almost killed by a hellhound. A stranger steps in and saves her life. Turns out he’s another hunter, but not just any hunter. He’s sexy, smooth-talking and distracts her in all the right ways. As they decide to join up forces to hunt lost grimoire, she fights her attraction for him. However, it may be a losing battle as he shows her there’s more to life than hunting.

Action packed with great characters, this novella was a surprising fun read! Alana was a awesome kick-butt huntress (Think Buffy minus all the ditsy high school drama). She doesn’t quite have a chip on her shoulder but she has this mental thing about her mom was such a awesome hunter and she needs to live up to that reputation. Ty was flirty and funny but still all man. I’m not one to fall over cowboys but I did find his smooth-talking very sexy. I loved their interactions as they battled hellhound. The battles they face kept things moving fast. There’s a smattering of a few secondaries, mostly angels with sticks up their ahems, with the exception of Malaki. Him I really liked and would love to read more about him. It all ends on a very nice HEA and a to be continued as everybody keeps hunting grimoires.

A Hellhound in Hollywood by Amy Armstrong was my very first book by this author. I really enjoyed her storytelling as well as her characters. I’m already eyeballing the previous titles in her Huntress Chronicles series even though I thought A Hellhound in Hollywood worked very well as a stand-alone. My reason for starting the series from the beginning? I’m curious to hear more about the grimoires, where it all started and where this series is going. Definitely a book worth the read.

A Hellhound in Hollywood
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