Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Book Review: The Hunter's Tale (Blood and Snow Short) by RaShelle Workman

This is a short story in the Blood and Snow world told from the Hunter's point of view. 

The Hunter was banished for his betrayal; shamed and alone, he sought out ways to dispel his guilt. But when rumors of a new Vampire reach him, he realizes he has one choice: seek her out.

About the Author: RaShelle Workman

RaShelle Workman is the author of the popular Blood and Snow series. She loves to reinvent fairy tales teens and adults can sink their teeth into. Her stories include kissing, vampires, werewolves, witches, aliens, and more kissing. Her books: Sleeping Roses, Exiled, Beguiled, and Dovetailed have foreign rights contracts with a Turkish publisher. RaShelle is also one of the co-founders of Indie Recon LIVE, a self publishing conference that will debut October 10-11, 2014 in Sandy, Utah. 

My Review: I found this short story to be just that. VERY SHORT.  While I didn't dislike the story at all I did find it to be very short and left me wanting more.  I honestly felt a distrust of the character Christopher/Chance when he was banished in the last book...but this book opened the possibility for him to be redeemable.....yet maybe not.  I want to hear more about Christopher and look forward to more developments in this tale.