Book Review

Angels Behaving Badly

Hunters of the Mortals

Hunters of the Mortals

by Monica Leonelle

Waters Dark & Deep series (book #2)

Young Adult Series, Supernatural

Pilot van Rossum is stuck on a girl who keeps disappearing on him. When she finally shows up again, she tells him about the world of the Hallows and Nephilim that lies just under the surface of his reality—and promises he can be part of it, too.

Brie van Rossum is training to use her powers, but she’s learning that the Hallow life is not so simple. Her mother’s web of secrets is threatening everything she holds dear, and there’s only one person who can help her sort out the mess.

But brother and sister have been keeping secrets from each other for far too long. They’re about to learn the hard way that now that their mom is gone, they must unite. Someone they both care about could die if they don’t work together to unravel their mom’s past, and the things she never had the chance to tell them.

A broken family, a deadly secret, an impossible romance… Hunters of the Mortals is the second book in Waters Dark and Deep, a young adult urban fantasy series.


Note: I was given this book my the author in exchange for an honest review.

Hunters of the Mortals is the second book in the Waters Dark and Deep series by Monica Leonelle. This book starts off not to long after Instruments of the Angels with Brie trying to balance her supernatural life and her human one.
Brie is such a sweet and loveable character and she tries so hard but the people in her life are her life and things are starting to go wrong. The rift between Pilot and Brie has gotten bigger while her estrange father is finally coming home and the mother she thought she knew is hiding even more secrets that shocks Brie to the core. Not to mention things are still strained between Serena and Thessa, and her and Clara and now Rykken is more involved in her life. Brie is under a huge about of pressure but she doesn’t fold under it.
The story is told from a lot of different perspectives but it never gets tangle Monica manged to tell the story cohesively and I love that I get to her from so many characters. With other worlds, supernatural powers, the threat of war and mysteries Brie has her hands full and I am looking forward to she how she handles it in the next book.
Overall ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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