Supernatural Slayer | Review

Title: Supernatural Slayer
Series: Supernatural Slayer #1
Author: Devyn Jayse
Pages: 238 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Rating: ★★★★


This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Devyn Jayse!

Supernatural Slayer tells the story of Aisha, who’s a half-witch bounty hunter and assassin. One day she accidentally targets the wrong person, so the Supernatural Bureau of Investigation offers her a deal: work for them or go to jail.

Supernatural Slayer was such an amazing Fantasy/Paranormal read. It’s been a while since I read a Fantasy or Paranormal book with a lot of different supernatural beings in it, so it was nice to finally read a good one! I really enjoyed reading Supernatural Slayer because I really like the concept.

Supernatural Slayer was a bit slow in the beginning, but the more I read the more I began to love it. The concept is amazing, the characters are lovable – especially Raphael, and I really like Devyn Jayse’s writing, although she does use a lot of short sentences.

I didn’t expect the book to be a bit steamy, but I really liked it! I cannot wait to read the sequel, Immortal Blood, and discover what Aisha got to do next for the SBI!

I also want to say that I really love the cover because it really fits the description of the main character, Aisha, and it’s just so beautiful!

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I looked down at my broken dagger then back up to the asshole who had destroyed its blade. This was the third time this week that a shifter had pissed me off.
"Did you seriously just break my dagger?’ I glared at the wolf. His yellow eyes glimmered back at me. The assignment had been to retrieve the shifter alive, but right now I was very tempted to kill him.
"Just turn yourself in and no one will get hurt,’ I said, trying to be calm. I ran my thumb along my damaged weapon and wondered idly if it could be salvaged. ‘The bounty is for you to be delivered alive. Continue to fight me and I can’t guarantee you’ll walk away from this.’
The shifter lowered his head and growled at me. He had transformed into a wolf as soon as I had exposed my dagger, shifting to his most powerful fighting body. I had to make do with the one I had. As a half-witch, I was statistically supposed to be weaker than the shifter, but my unknown father’s blood had given me speed and strength that regular witches couldn’t claim. I reached deep inside me for my magic and let go. It was reassuring to know that it was there, but I was determined to win this fight without it.
I circled the shifter. The wolf followed my motions, his hackles raised. It had been a while since I had fought a shifter in wolf-form, but I was sure I could best him. He may have strength and power on his side, but I had training and skills on mine.
"You want to play? Let’s play.’ I tossed the remains of the broken dagger to his feet and his head swung toward it. With my left hand, I swiftly removed another dagger from within the sheath strapped to my back and ran toward him.