Once Bitten: Alexa O’Brien, Huntress Book 1

Title: Once Bitten

Author: Trina M. Lee

Published: January 1, 2009 by Liquid Silver Books

Purchased: October 21, 2015, free then, $3.99 on Kindle.


Blurb: Alexa O’Brien has never been like other people. A hunter of supernatural rogues, she is a werewolf with unusual but extraordinary power. Power that draws her to Arys Knight, the mysterious vampire who awakens her dark side. What they create together is dangerous and binding, forcing her to question the source of her abilities. It threatens not only her remaining humanity, but her relationship with fellow werewolf, Shaz Richardson, as well.

When Alexa’s womanizing former lover and the Alpha of her pack is framed for murder, he draws public attention that could earn him a death sentence unless she steps in to help him. Alexa would love to watch karma at work but as the body count rises, long buried secrets are exposed. She’s forced to face the painful truth that not everyone is who she thinks they are.

Review: I just could not find the motivation to pick this back up once I set it down. I don’t think there was anything wrong with it, besides this girl being the only one so convinced that her ex killed his lover. I think she was just biased because he slept around while they were together. Whether that’s true or not, I don’t know because I have no desire to pick this book back up.

The vampire kind of tickled my interest a little but not enough to really keep me reading. I really like this cover much better than the other one, the other one was a little awkward to look at. To be perfectly honest, I had only picked this book up to fill an O spot in my first journal because the pages are alphabetized. The writing isn’t very exciting and it just felt like it was dragging.

I would not recommend this book.

Thank you for reading my review.


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