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Hunter of Demons

Series: SPECTR , Book 1.0
By: Jordan L. Hawk | Other books by Jordan L. Hawk
Published By: Jordan L. Hawk
Published: Feb 04, 2013
ISBN # 9780988564114
Word Count: 33,646
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Price: $0.00

Available in: Adobe Acrobat, Epub, Mobipocket (.mobi)

Categories: Romance>Paranormal/Horror Romance>LGBTQ>Gay Romance>Free Reads Romance>Erotic Romance


Hunter of Demons (SPECTR) by Jordan L. Hawk - Romance>Paranormal/Horror eBook

Book 1 in the SPECTR series.

Unregistered paranormal Caleb Jansen only wants a normal life. But when a demon murders his brother, Caleb knows he has to avenge Ben's death, no matter what the cost. Unfortunately, his only allies belong to an extremist group who would kill Caleb if they found out about his talent.

Gray is a wandering spirit, summoned to hunt and destroy demons by drinking their blood. This hunt goes horribly wrong, and for the first time in his existence Gray is trapped in a living, human body. Caleb's body...and Caleb is still in it.

Hotshot federal agent John Starkweather thinks he's seen it all. But when he's called to exorcise Caleb, he finds a creature which isn't supposed to exist outside of stories. For Gray is a drakul: a vampire.

Having spent his life avoiding the government as an unregistered 'mal, Caleb can't let himself trust a federal exorcist, no matter how sexy. And he certainly isn't going to give into the heat growing between them and sleep with Starkweather.

Can Starkweather win Caleb's trust and convince him he isn't the enemy? Can Caleb keep Gray under control, as the drakul experiences the temptation of a living body for the first time?

Because if he fails and Gray gives in to bloodlust, Starkweather will have no choice but to kill them both.

Novella: 33,643 words.

The SPECTR Series:
Hunter of Demons (Book 1)
Master of Ghouls (Book 2)
Reaper of Souls (Book 3)
Eater of Lives (Book 4)
Destroyer of Worlds (Book 5)

Other books by Jordan L. Hawk:


Whyborne & Griffin series:
Widdershins (Book 1)
Threshold (Book 2)
Stormhaven (Book 3)
Reader Rating:   4.5 starstarstarstarstar (15 Ratings)
Sensuality Rating:   liplipliplip
Caleb sat on the floor, trying not to think, trying not to feel.

The exorcism hadn’t worked. Of course it hadn’t; what had he expected from a bunch of Specs? Maybe it had all just been a show, trying to punish him for going unregistered.

What were they going to do with him now? Take him away, definitely. Lock him up somewhere, most likely. Wait for the monster inside him to take control permanently…maybe?

Something stirred within, a tiger awakened from a semi-doze. “Why would I do such a thing?”

Caleb pressed his lips together, but he couldn’t silence his thoughts. Demons—NHEs—whatever the fuck you wanted to call them—possessed people. Everyone, mal and normal alike, was warned from childhood not to strike bargains, not to do anything to attract the attention of etheric entities. Community relations officers came into schools twice a year: don’t do drugs, don’t drink and drive, don’t play with loaded guns, don’t summon demons. He’d never thought much about it, except as one of the perils of life, like looking both ways before crossing the street.

And now here he was. Doomed.

“Are all mortals so illogical?”

It was trying to trick him. The thing in his head, the thing which had killed Ben—

“Mortals are not prey. Our prey is demons. And now we are too late, and I cannot even smell it anymore.”

Not “our,” there wasn’t any “our,” no matter what the monster inside wanted him to think. And yet the urge to get up and run into the night, to track the demon down, to bite and kill, twisted around Caleb’s spine.

No. He dug his nails into his palms, hard. He was still human. He wouldn’t give in.
Reader Reviews (6)
Submitted By: anon321 on Jan 3, 2016
Very grateful to Jordan Hawk for offering this book free. The strategy worked- I enjoyed this book so much I bought the rest in the series! The book does well as a standalone, too. Strong characters, not caricatures. Great relationship building. Thank you Ms. Hawk!
Submitted By: roula on Jan 22, 2015
didn't like it. a bit confusing the the characters didn't seem to connect. maybe it gets better on the second book but i didn't find it interesting to buy it
Submitted By: noisy1 on Jan 9, 2015
An Incredible series. This lady is an amazing writer with a brilliant way of spinning a very engrossing yarn that leaves you pining for the next chapter.
Submitted By: lubie on Aug 24, 2014
Another one of those "buy the next book" endings. Not going to bother with a review since the author didn't bother writing an ending.
Submitted By: lubie on Aug 24, 2014
Another one of those "buy the next book" endings. Not going to bother with a review since the author didn't bother writing an ending.
Submitted By: ramonab on Jan 10, 2014
Wow, what a thrill ride. A different look at the paranormal with a fresh new voice. Fast action, intense characters, had me rushing to see how it all turned out. I can't recommend it enough.

Hunter of Demons

By: Jordan L. Hawk