Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Jordyn Review

Jordyn (A Daemon Hunter, #1)
Jordyn (A Daemon Hunter #1)
By Tiffany King
Published February 9th, 2013  A.T. PUBLISHING LLC
280 pages

4 stars - Amazing!

Hand to hand combat training: Check

Cardio and strength training: Check
Daemon hunting: Check
Anomaly: Check

Check, check, check, check...That's all my life is. There's nothing ordinary about me. I'm "special." I know this because I'm reminded of it every stinking day. I can kick a Daemon's ass with both hands tied behind my back. I can run up a mountain without breaking a sweat. Know what I can't do? Get guys to notice me, or hang out with friends like normal people do. I can't just be ordinary because I have an Arch Angel for a mentor who is always breathing down my neck, and a family of angelic Guides and Protectors who scrutinize every little thing I do. Just for a day I want a life where I'm no longer some anomaly, where I don't have to feel like a lab rat. 

And then I met Emrys. Okay, so my mentor and family hate him, but probably for good reason. After-all, he is a Soul Trader, and they aren't the most trust worthy beings. But, he is sooo hot with his green eyes, leather jacket and the sexiest tattoo you've ever seen running down his back. And-he doesn't treat me like a project.

I've got myself in quite a little quandary here. Choosing between my responsibilities and the Trader that holds my heart is something I didn't sign up for. Torn between two different worlds, I must now decide who to trust and who to walk away from. What's a girl to do? See what I mean? I am an anomaly. I am Jordyn.


Jordyn was definitely a great find and I'm excited that I was able to read it. Tiffany King did a fantastic job with this book and I can't wait for the next book! 

Jordyn is different, actually she's special. She can kick Daemon ass and is incredibly strong. She's not human but what she is exactly, she doesn't know. Here real parents aren't alive and she can't remember anything from her childhood. She has an Arch Angel as a mentor and a family full of angelic guides and Protectors. So, no, she hasn't known what it feels like to just be Jordyn, until Emrys.

I loved Jordyn. She had so many funny lines and just didn't care about what she sounded like. She was a great heroin and was able to kick ass exceptionally well. She really was a great character and just wanted to know who she really was. I mean, wouldn't you? She didn't know who her parents were and she has all this strength and power that no one else has, she's different in a group full of different people. Emrys, despite the fact that he was the "bad guy, was awesome. I loved him as well. He was a great guy and was funny, he really fit Jordyn. Plus, he's hot. :) Oh, and Jordyn's Arch Angel mentor, Haniel, was funny in his own way. He was so non-human that whenever Jordyn was being sarcastic, his reaction had me laughing.

The book was interesting, comical, and at times, romantic. It had me laughing and wanting to read more, especially at the end. I can't wait to read the next book and find out the outcome of Jordyn and all the other characters. So definitely check this one out!



  1. I haven't seen this before now. It looks like a great first in series. Thank you for your review.
    -Dilettantish Reader

  2. I hadn't seen it before either but I was pleasantly surprised at how good it was! :)


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