Monday, December 9, 2013

Hollow Eyes (Salt Lake After Dark, Book 2) by J. K. Walker Review

Title: Hollow Eyes
Series: Salt Lake After Dark, Book 2
Author: J. K. Walker
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Pages: 350
Price: $3.99
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

Three months ago, Jasmine learned she’d been born a snow wereleopard. Since then, she’s been hunted by a serial killer, started dating a hot dhampyr—who’s probably far too old for her—and in general had a crash course in living in a paranormal world. Now she works for the local supernatural council solving problems and running errands, in between university classes.

Just as she starts looking forward to winter break with friends and family—not to mention a little alone time with her boyfriend—a cannibal turns the city’s homeless into its all you can eat buffet and it’s Jazz’s job to stop it. If that wasn’t bad enough, now a berserker is dead set on pounding her into paste. To top it all off, her lover is strangely distant and she has an itch that seriously needs to be scratched.

Can she determine whose eating people in her city, resolve a conflict that’s almost as old as she is, and figure out what’s happened to her and Logan’s relationship, all before Christmas?


Action-packed and awesome from the very beginning. Hollow Eyes is the second book in the Salt Lake After Dark series, a series that I would call urban fantasy. While it's filled with werewolves, vampires, and other paranormal creatures, this series is not for preteens. Containing sexual and violent scenes, I would recommend readers be at least 16 years of age before reading this one. However, I can't say enough good things about this series. Hollow Eyes was just as good as the first book in the series. I love the characters and the fast-pace. If you love urban fantasy, you're going to love this book.

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