Review: The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter (The Complete Collection) by Jennifer Malone Wright
Whenever Chloe had asked about her father, her mother told her he had died a long time ago. What Chloe's mother wasn't telling her was that her father is among the undead--he is a vampire. Now Chloe's mother is gone and Chloe is in for a fight for her life, but first needs to see if she has what it takes. She's joined by a group of hunters, including a relative she's never had the chance to meet. The Vampire Hunter's Daughter has action, twists, a little bit of romantic tension, and it's definitely recommended!
September 19, 2012
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When I was coming up with the idea for The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter, I really wanted to write about the people who hunt evil. I wanted to, like…bring back the bad vampires and make them the villain not the good guy we are all in love with. I began with the idea of a woman who was a school teacher by day and a vampire hunter by night. Then, as I wrote, I realized that she needed a back story. So, I wrote the back story and Chloe was born, thus The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter was created.
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