Sereine: Book One of the Hunter Trilogy

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When the fragile status quo between humans and the blood-hungry sirens is threatened, one Hunter finds himself thrust into the middle of a potential war and is forced to seek help from one of the very monsters he is sworn to destroy. Can Frank Donaldson learn the disturbing truth of the sirens and avert catastrophe before humanity finds itself knocked off the top of the food chain?

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About Kurrie Hoyt

Writer, Voice Actor, GamerGirl, Whovian, SPN'er, book-worm, chocoholic, Oblivion Modder, coffee addict, SciFi junkie and above all, I am a giant Nerd. Born in Hawaii as a Navy brat, I grew up in New York, spent a decade in Ohio and now live in Virginia where I work on my novels and write Supernatural Fan Fiction when I need a break. Never underestimate a Busman's holiday.

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Review by: Janice Cummings on Aug. 10, 2013 :
A wonderfully fun, fast-paced read with likeable, compelling characters suddenly thrust into a situation the outcome of which, good or bad, will literally change the course of their civilization forever. Vividly rich descriptions bring the danger and great action sequences to life, and the story of uneasy alliances and slowly building trust between enemies is totally engaging.
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