Review written by Morgan Wylie
Blurb from the book:
Last witch in the world, Faith Scott, and her Irish vampire boyfriend Trent have just come back from fighting for their lives to recover the Vampiric Blood gem and Werewolf Moon gem. Thinking they could finally relax and work on the romance growing between them, they now meet a mysterious psychic vampire named Vincent who has his heart set on being with Faith.
Soon bizarre killings of Zou Tai’s werewolf pack begin, with rumors of an alchemist possessing the famed philosophers stone being the assailant; which, causes Faith to turn to Vincent for help in figuring out why the werewolves are being murdered.
It isn’t long before all those around them test Trent and Faith’s love, along with their abilities, once again. It is all Trent can do to keep Faith safe by his side while both go up against a deadly alchemist, deceptive gods, and having to rescue the werewolf prince; yet, after a deal with the God of Werewolves will Trent be able to save himself too?
Werewolf Descent is the second novel in The Last Witch Series. It’s a paranormal with some romance that is sure to curl your toes. Then again, how could it not when a sexy, overprotective Irish vampire is involved? Enter Trent. He is everything you want in a vampire boyfriend, especially when it comes to newbie witch, Faith- the last witch in the world.
After the intense conclusion to Vampyre Kisses, the first in this series, Faith is trying to recover and just beginning to get a handle on everything new in her life when new chaos begins to unfold. Enter Vincent. A psychic vampire that adds a new level of craziness to Faith’s already complicated life, in more ways than one. He feeds off the life energies of others and can’t seem to work his magic around Faith without draining her as well. Unsure if he can be trusted, Faith sets out on a journey for information that only Vincent can help her with, until a great deception is revealed along with a multitude of emotion.
There is a lot going on in this novel and I had some trouble following along as the point of views change. It’s a great story with a lot of potential; and the tragedy of this conclusion keeps you on your toes as what could transpire in the next book. There are some great characters and I love Oran, the cat and Faith’s familiar; their connection is great. I give this novel 4 out of 5 fangs.