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#WOTR18 #Review – Heroines & Hellions: An Urban Fantasy and Fantasy Collection – City Stalker by Maria Monroe

Maria Monroe is the attending author

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22 Kickass Heroines.
22 Exclusive, Full-length Urban Fantasy and Fantasy Novels.
0 Damsels in Distress.

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Writer’s Digest Award Winning Author Maria Monroe
New York Times bestselling authors Margo Bond Collins & Erin Hayes
New York Times bestselling author Monica Corwin
New York Times bestselling author Melanie Karsak
Award-Winning author Bec McMaster
USA Today bestselling author Heather Marie Adkins
USA Today bestselling author Jade Kerrion
USA Today bestselling author SJ Davis
Award-Winning author Rene Folsom
USA Today bestselling author Michelle Hercules
LJ Andrews
Louisa Klein
USA Today bestselling author Melle Amade
Award-Winning author Ashley C. Harris
Award-Winning author Kim Cleary

Christina Walker
USA Today bestselling author Alex Owens
Award-Winning author D.D. Miers
Award-Winning author Gina A. Watson
USA Today bestselling author Ash Krafton
Elise Marion
Award-Winning author Carly Fall



City Stalker by Maria Monroe

I purchased this book.

I have previously read MariaMonroe so I read her story in this set.  I have loved her other UF/Apocalyptical books and figured this would be another hit for me.

This story is about Thea who catches Chupacabra type creatures who are causing havoc in our human streets.    She works for Marcus at the Center.  He tells her where to go and what to catch.  He studies them and then releases them back to their home land…….or does he ???

One-day Marcus tells Thea to go and follow a bad humanoid vampire who is draining people dry and stealing their soul/life essence.  When Foster and Thea bump into each other the sparks fly.  The two begin to work together in and outta the bedroom *wink*  They soon discover that there is more to the Center then even they both realized.

Leon was a great side character.  His banter with Thea was really funny.  I also loved Thea’s one bestie, Fay.  She made Thea get in touch with her “girlie” side and that was nice to see this sassy, kick ass chick getting a make over while chatting over life.  Thea really needs an outlet that isn’t all violence.

So my favorite part of the book was when Foster goes as the jealous stalker when Thea was on a bind date!!  SO funny and hawt.  But when Thea gets jealous of the mermaid..yes friends mermaid..was pretty great reading too.