Kelley longed for a normal life – to go to college, to have normal friends, and to work a nice desk job. When an unknown predator starts a killing spree, she finds herself drug back into a world that includes vampires, werewolves, and her ex-husband. Kelley agrees to lead the small team to find the murderer – which consists of one uncommunicative ex-hubbie and an inexperienced federal agent. Only shots in the night prove that Kelley has become a target and her training as a Hunter does nothing to prepare her for being hunted.
Family Heir begins when Kelley is called on a job. This job is big, bigger then anything they've worked so far. But they have a new FBI agent whose going to be in on the Hunt, along with her ex-husband who she still seems to have issues with. It's going to be a race to find the killer before they kill again, and to see if they can survive working together.
This book was a very unique plot line. But that's about all I liked about it. I really didn't like Kelley at all. I felt she had a lot of issues, and she just wasn't a very likable person. I also hated the relationship between her and her ex-husband. It was utterly ridiculous in my opinion, and I hated it. It really made me dislike the book. So, over all the book just wasn't for me.