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Jake Everett hunts monsters for a living and he's very good at his job. He's ridiculously handsome, scarily fast, exceptionally skilled and highly dangerous when riled to anger. Most of that comes from his fae genes. While his mother was human, his father is a full blood Unseelie fairy. Unfortunately, that's the bad kind of fairy, not the good kind. They aren't exactly known as champions of justice in the fae realms.
One drawback to being half fae is that Jake doesn't age like normal. He has to move on every ten years or so to avoid raising suspicion. After leaving his old team of human hunters behind, he ends up in his hometown of Devil's Peak. Almost from the first moment that he arrives, he learns he isn't the only supernatural creature in town. A monster is on the loose and it is his duty to put a stop to it.
Jake won't be alone during this mission. His faithful sidekick, Rudy the leprechaun, will join him on his hunt. He will gather a new team together, but these hunters will be very different from the men and women he usually draws to himself through his fae charisma. These people have skills and talents that will come in very handy when dealing with the new types of creatures that keep cropping up. As a twist, he won't be the only one on the team who isn't a full human for once.