Wednesday, 7 September 2016
Dusty Pages Review: Hellhound Bound
Mix in a diabolical lawyer and his lover, some Voodoo magic, and it’s a recipe for mayhem and murder. Can Rhune keep Hanna safe, or is she destined to be Hellhound Bound?
I really enjoyed this book. The characters were engaging and the world around them filled with the realism I like in a story of this kind.
Rhune was destined to be a hero despite the quiet isolated life he tried to live. Hanna needed him but turned out to be stronger than even she knew. The mythos was on par with what I like too, a little dark and scary. I think there could be more here if the author so desired, the door is open for a sequel.
The only thing that I got a little confused on was why Hanna was targeted. I understand she was working on a high profile murder case but unless I missed it, there wasn't anything other than the murderers arrogance that justified it. I was expecting her to have stumbled onto a piece of evidence or had some notable suspicions.
I would definitely read a sequel.
I give it