#Review: The Demon Hunter by Lori Brighton

Book 2 in the Hunter Series

Ellie has always been different, from playing with fairies as a child to fighting demons as an adult. She grew up wondering why no one else seemed to notice the oddities of the world that she came into contact with on a daily basis. When she is the only witness of a demon attack and the police suspect her, Ellie skips the country heading to England where she plans to keep a low profile. Everything is going fine, until Devon appears, stumbling around her garden like a drunken fool, and completely naked no less.

Six months ago Devon sacrificed himself to bind the soul of a demon and save the world from certain destruction. Thanks to a spell gone awry, Devon is back. But Devon hasn’t come alone. The very demon he tried to destroy has returned and is wreaking havoc on earth. When Devon meets Ellie, he instantly recognizes another supernatural being. Ellie may just be the only person who is strong enough to destroy the demon, if the demon doesn’t destroy her first.


Devon’s friends Ashley and Cristian (from Book 1 The Ghost Hunter) have performed a spell to release Devon from a Demon. Their intent was to send Devon to Heaven and the Demon to Hell. Unbeknownst to Ashely and Cristian, Devon and the Demon are released on Earth. Devon materializes bare assed naked in his ancestral home, where Ellie is working.

Ellie is a lonely woman, moving often because she has episodes where she is not herself. Ellie does not understand what is happening to her, but her episodes have caused her to be violent, and to be accused of crimes she did not commit. Thus Ellie does not stay in any one place too long. She went to England to escape her situation in the USA. Ellie likes her new job, dressing in Victorian clothes and giving tours. She has even found a friend, Miranda. But Ellie’s boss dislikes her, and Ellie must be cautious around him. So when Devon shows up butt naked, Ellie tries to hide him, as Ellie is afraid her boss will somehow blame Ellie for this latest fiasco. Devon has another agenda though, and drags Ellie with him.

And there the adventure begins. Demons, angels, witches, werewolves, oh my, what trouble Devon gets her into! So why isn’t she trying to get away? Could it be his heavenly ass? His hypnotic eyes? Or maybe something deeper, something she does not want to run away from. But first they have to find his friends Ashley and Cristian to get his God gifted sword back, figure out why Ellie has episodes that make her act like a psycho bitch on steroids, keep from being killed by other paranormal beings, and then kill the demon let loose on the Earth.

Review by:
Rhonda L. Jones
Twitter:  bederlj
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