Corsets and Crossbows (Drake Chronicles #0.1)

Corsets and Crossbows (Drake Chronicles, #0.1) Corsets and Crossbows Summary:
Rosalind Wild thinks it's time for the Helios-Ra to give full membership and recognition to the female descendants of the society-after all, it is 1816 and it's time to make room for new traditions. When Rosalind interrupts a plot to assassinate the leader of the Helios-Ra, she sees an opportunity to prove her worth. But she never expected the assassin to be someone so irresistible, and off-limits. Written as a series of letters to a close confidante, this exciting e-novella gives a glimpse of the early days of the vampire hunting society as seen through the eyes of Hunter Wild's feisty ancestor.

Corsets and Crossbows Review:
I really didn't expect to like this book as much as the full books in the series or even the other novellas. That was mainly because the whole book was written in diaries and for some reasons authors can't do those properly.  The book was exciting from beginning to end and I didn't want to put it down. I was happy that the book was that good. Also, a big secret was revealed about the Wild's family.  The secret brought a new view on how Hunter is and is kinda ironic considering how Caleb was with vampires. Really insightful just like Lost Girls! A wonderful read is one of the better short stories I've read. 

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