Review: The Unlikeable Demon Hunter (Nava Katz 1)
by Deborah Wilde
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First things first, Nava Katz is NOT unlikable. She is quirky. She is unlike! And she is also not particularly good at demonhunting, what with being thrown into it entirely unexpectedly, hence without training.
As a Buffy-fan and someone who can’t move past a book with the word “demons” in the title, I of course had to get this one. And I have no regrets! This is a very entertaining Urban Fantasy with some great sex scenes. Romance… not so much yet. I assume Nava will still have to work out some personal issues before she and her friend with benefits can become more. She’s a pretty complex protagonist and I felt I could relate to her. She has many different sides to her personality, being both kind of a badass, but also in some ways scared of being hurt and shaken from past experiences. She feels like a real person, not a cardboard-character that you can describe with one word.