Prey by Liz Meldon




by Liz Meldon

5 stars


I got an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I love Liz Meldon’s writing. Her paranormal books have very unique plots. This book is no different. This is book 2 in the Hunt series. In this book, we learn more about Moira and Severus. We learn more about Moira’s capabilities and what does being a hybrid mean.

This book is nothing like anything I have ever read before. Liz’s world building is fantastic. Her words wash over you and transport you into a world like no other and makes you want to stay there indefinitely. Some aspects such as demons, angels, vampires, witches are common paranormal fodder but where Liz excels at is her attention to details. She adds little twists that turn the mundane into something brilliant.

I love her characters too. This book is just a taste and my biggest gripe is the length. I want more. I want more Moira and Severus. I can’t wait for the next installment.




Moira Aurelia has put her faith in a demon. She offered her hand and he took it. Partners. Just like that. Black eyes and sinful smiles, she trusts an incubus to lead her into the abyss if it means she’ll finally find her dad on the other side. Her real dad. The creature who cursed her.

Or blessed her. Because from the way Severus—snarky, seductive Severus—watches her, touches her, ravishes her, Moira can’t decide if this new body is a curse, or if she’s finally growing into the woman she was always meant to be.


Unable to fathom how this woman, this ethereal creature, has so much raw power over his inner demon, Severus tries to keep her at an arm’s length while he helps her hunt down her father—but he can only abstain for so long.

Moira is the sweetest hell he’s ever tasted, a woman who squares off with his truest self and doesn’t even flinch. When he’s with her, the loneliness disappears, the bitter ache in his heart—mended. How can he resist such a divine temptation?

Meanwhile, the Farrow’s Hollow demon community is positively aquiver when news of Moira’s heritage leaks—and suddenly Severus isn’t the only demon in town who must have her.

PREY is the second novel in THE HUNT, a paranormal romance serial. It has a rating of EXPLICIT for coarse language, graphic sexual content, and graphic violence. The Hunt is considered a continuous story containing one novella and three novels, and should be read in order:

PREY (#2)


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