Chase Nightly, L'Uccisore

Team Nightly

Fiction - Paranormal
378 Pages
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Author Biography

Kate Porter has had one true passion, even as a young girl: writing. Poetry and short stories were her pleasure and her escape while growing up on a small farm approximately fifty miles south of Indianapolis. From her first short story printed in her high school newspaper at the age of fifteen, until the publication of her debut novel, SECRETS IN BETHLEHEM, in the summer of 2012 she has dreamed of being an author. As a two time winner of the Indie Book of the Day award, Kate has explored different genres in her writing career and has an eclectic taste in her own reading material. She has studied fiction writing at Greenville Tech, in Greenville, SC and traveled to Georgia for a writing workshop with her best friend. Kate has been profiled in her hometown newspaper, in Spencer, Indiana and in 2013, she was featured in WOMAN'S DAY magazine and again in the Greenville News. In September 2013. she held her first author event at a local book store in Greenville

    Book Review

Reviewed by Michelle Randall for Readers' Favorite

Team Nightly has been hunting vampires for decades. Only now it is lead by Chase Nightly, who took over at age seventeen when his father, Toby, was killed by the so called Vampire King. Rae Chandler hunts vampires in New York, but when she is targeted and given a message about the Vampire King in Savannah looking for her, she decides it's time to visit family. The first time Chase and Rae meet, sparks fly, and not the good kind. They are at each others' throats, but a cautious peace is obtained, and Rae temporarily joins Team Nightly to find the Vampire King. Kate Porter gives a southern flavor to the story with southern charm and manners, and a few Italian words. Chase Nightly, L'Uccisore (Team Nightly) deals mostly with Team Nightly, although a few other Teams are mentioned.

Chase Nightly, L'Uccisore (Team Nightly) is reported to be the first book in a series about this particular brand of vampire hunters and the Vampire King. Kate Porter takes the popular theme of vampires and the vampire hunter or slayer and merges it with a bloodline trait that is passed down, ending up with a story more about the hunter team, its connections to each other and own sense of family, than about the vampires. This is a nice change of pace from most vampire novels. There is one detailed intimate scene, so it is probably best for adults, possibly young adults, but that would be up to the parents.

Remy Lawrence

I LOVED the entire series!!!! Read them all. Easy read but not predictable. I read them while on vacation on Tybee Island which is near Savannah. So cool to read about the place I was visiting. I half expected to see the hunters or worse....the vampire king.