Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Title: Blood from a Silver Cross
Series: Kat Redding #4
Author: E.S. Moore

Trust is a dangerous business.

Some people still call Kat Redding by her hunter name: Lady Death. But she’s not eager to see more violence brought to her doorstep. The neverending tide of hungry supes and vicious humans doesn’t change the math—sooner or later Kat’s one-vamp battle against the nightmares that infest Columbus is going to leave her dead. And she has innocent people—well, a werewolf and a demon-summoner—depending on her now.

But when a rogue werewolf who’s opted out of the bloodbath is found crucified and mutilated with toxic silver, Kat knows she’ll be tangling again with the dangerous Pureblood murderers of the cult of the Left Hand. She already has an undead countess blackmailing her into taking out the city’s garbage and a demon playing with her head. Add to that her serious suspicions about changes at the house of her uneasy ally Jonathan Alucard, werewolf denmaster, and Kat might have finally gotten in danger so deep, not even Lady Death can survive…


Kat is in it way over her head, she's made deals with a demon, vampire, and forced into something with a werewolf. She doesn't know what she should do know, but she's trying to work on herself and being better to those who care about her. She's doing everything she can to help find out who the Left Hand is, but things with Jonathan are complicated when a new female werewolf shows up around him. Now, Kat is dealing with all kinds of crazy new feelings, and a murderer as well. 

This book was really good, I loved how Kat was working on herself and her issues. And she got a whole lot better. The ending of this one was seriously sad, though. And I was a little bit upset with the way Johnathan handled things with the new werewolf, that didn't make sense and it was frustrating. 

I can't wait to read more now. 
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