(aka longer than a novella but not as long as a 'typical' novel)
The novels in this series build on each other, they don't stand alone in any way.
The book doesn't leave you dangling on the edge of your seat but the ending feels like the end of a chapter, not the end of a book.
Book three in an Urban Fantasy series.
This is not good.
Serials bug me.
However, in this case it's too late to back out.
I'm in, I want to know what happens, so I'll have to endure.
Hunted was a good installment in the tales of the Horsemen. The plot thickens some more, the relationship between Vee and The Horsemen develops further.
The book is made up of sex, politics, secrets, mild drama and ass kicking.
It's enjoyable but it is confusing.
I still don't think I know what's really going on and at this point I'm trying to work out if that's because the books have been really cleverly written, and the confusion and WTFery of the Horsemen is transferring to the reader, or if it's because the author hasn't quite worked out the finer details yet.
Either way, I'm not going to stop reading.
For better or for worse (and I've read plenty better and a lot worse) I'm going to keep reading!
It'll be nice to get some answers to all the questions at some point...