Date read: October 8, 2017
1. Wild Blood - Kindle
2. Storm Surge
3. Shark Bite
5. Ashes and Metal
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Dommik was a monster, a Monster Hunter, and an alpha. Part of an elite group that dealt with the horrors of the universe. At least that was what everyone at the spaceport was whispering as he walked by. A Cyborg, a hunter, a beast with eyes as dark as the pits of Hell and the stride of a predator.Thoughts on Wild Blood: I didn't dislike this book by any means, but I felt like I was missing something as I read it. I don't know how to put it. I felt like there was a layer of world building I missed and I'm guessing it had to do with the companion series. I dunno. The Space Lords seemed to have things going on I wasn't aware of and that kind of took something away from the interactions he had with Dommik and Kat.
Katalina was a nobody who was intimate with death. It clung to her like a shroud, It followed her like the plague, and infected her like a parasite. When she overheard that the Monster Hunter needed an assistant, she took the job. And when the Cyborg’s eyes caught hers, she knew getting closer to death might just bring her back to life.
The Cyborg didn’t scare her.
So she followed him and left fate up to chance.
Beyond that, Dommik's ability to shift was...interesting. Not something normally seen, at least. Kat was kind of clueless when it came to the big, bad galaxy, but since that was something Dommik seemed to like, I guess it worked.
They clash. They find a grudging balance. They clash some more. Kat gets turned on. Dommik can't quite believe it. Honestly, Dommik's not the best at interacting with humans and his way of doing things isn't easy. But, again, Kat seemed to like that about him, so...there you go.
I did like the other cyborg shifters Dommik came into contact with and I'm curious what their hidden abilities might be. They're rough and surly and not always nice, but they intrigue me.