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When Hannah Sawyer dropped out of college after losing her scholarship she spent five years weaning herself of alpha males and alcohol, but when she decides to return to finish her degree she finds those things rolled into one in the intoxicating blue eyes of fellow non-traditional student Daniel Keith. What she soon learns is that her newfound addiction to Daniel impairsWhen Hannah Sawyer dropped out of college after losing her scholarship she spent five years weaning herself of alpha males and alcohol, but when she decides to return to finish her degree she finds those things rolled into one in the intoxicating blue eyes of fellow non-traditional student Daniel Keith. What she soon learns is that her newfound addiction to Daniel impairs her judgment beyond any mixed drink a frat boy could have handed her. She should have left when he cut his arm with a car key to show her his white blood. Or when he had a run-in with a dark angel on one of their dates. But Hannah stays, entranced by this man who remains a mystery to her. Who or what is Daniel? And why does the small town of Spring Hill, Tennessee seem to summon his enemies? As romance lures Hannah further into a shadowy world most people never see, she realizes she s gotten herself in deeper than she knew possible. And this time there's no option of dropping out....

Title : The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels
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ISBN : 9780984476664
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Number of Pages : 324 Pages
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The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels Reviews

  • Leigh
    2019-04-04 01:06

    ORIGINAL REVIEW AT:LITTLE BOOK STARBefore you read this review, keep in mind that this is coming from someone who is NOT a big fan of paranormal books. Lee Wilson’s The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels blew my mind! It’s very well written, it has A LOT of twists that will leave your eyebrows raising, and has an interesting plot. When I was reading the first page, I already knew that this one is going to be one of my favorites. The prologue was really intriguing and a bit scary which made me keep on reading.It is written in 3rd person point of view and focuses on our protagonist, Hannah. She comes back once again to college in Tennessee, hoping that she’ll do much better in school. She ends up friending Erika, Anthony (Erika’s boyfriend) and Daniel. Unlike male protagonists in paranormal books, Daniel didn’t have that mysterious vibe which I LOVE about him. I really liked Erika’s character the most because she was the most realistic one and was funny at times. I love the relationship she shares with Anthony and how she dealt with the obstacles that they faced. Overall, the characters were well thought of although sometimes I think Daniel can be a bit of a douche. There is also love triangle which plays a big part in the plot so I was more than fine with that. This is also the first time where I was eager to know on who Daniel will end up with (Hannah or Natalie which is Daniel’s best friend since birth). I honestly don’t care about who ends up with who when I read, but I was really invested on the romance on this one.There is seriously TONS of mystery and twists & turns from start to finish when you read this book. It seems like by reading the summary, it sounds like every other paranormal books, BUT it’s not. There’s MORE to it which surprised me! It will leave you at the edge of your seat and wanting for more. The plot is original and just plain amazing inside and out. Aren’t you already intrigued just by looking at the cover? It’s a new way to read about angels and other paranormal creatures. If you’re up for an action packed, fast paced and a fresh paranormal story, then this book is for you. I recommend Lee’s novel to everyone, especially if you’re a sucker for paranormal books (or not ;) ).

  • OrchardBookClub
    2019-03-28 07:09

    Remember when Twilight ended and you cried for weeks because no book after that was good enough?! Surely that wasnt just me……. Well, fret no more bacause i have found a replacement! The debut book by Lee Wilson is the first instalment of The Hybrid Saga, which brings us Hannah Sawyer. A girl who wants to get her life back on track. At the ‘old’ age of 26 she packs her bags for college…..Again! But only after making a deal with herself, Work hard and NO boys! But that is sooo out of the window when she meets Daniel Keith (sigh) He’s tall, Dark and has a certain mystery about him that Hannah can’t work out. Will Hannah break her own rules? Will Daniel let her get close to him? And what is the mystery that surrounds him? Find out in this all new series that will have you totally hooked and left wanting more!When i first read the blurb to this book my first thoughts were “Not another Twilight rip off” O.M.G. am I now eating my words! I love, Love, LOVED it! And hats off to the author, Lee, for keeping it fresh, original and very gripping. All the characters are relatable, even Daniel’s ex-girlfiend,Natalie, whose a total psycho! Erika did grate on me after a while and i kept forgetting that Hannah was a lot older than the others but easily led astray. The story was well plotted and i especially enjoyed the fast pace of the book and the twist and turns of the story. As for the ending, why is book 2 not out already!?! Talk about wanting more Im looking forward to the next instalment of The Hybrid Saga, So please dont make us wait too long Lee!~Nicola~***This book was given free for an honest review***

  • Diamond
    2019-04-13 01:09

    A copy of this book was provided to me in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own. It didn't take me long to finish this book. It was just one of those really well-written and full -of-action stories. We begin with Hannah Sawyer; 26 year old who took off from college due to excessive partying and finds herself wanting to go back. I have to just say how much I loved the fact that we get a narrator who is 26. I'm 26. I'm always troubled by the fact that MC's are either 19-21 or 30+... i want someone my age! so yeah, I could totally relate to Hannah. I took off for a few years before going back to college, and it was cool to see her go through that awkwardness and find her way. She goes back to college and meets a new group of friends. She meets Daniel-- (he saves her when she falls in the parking lot) he's cute but a little over confident at times. *shrugs* it definitely made me cringe a few times. And Hannah in the beginning was kinda acting a fool around Daniel. Yeah, we all do at some point-- but it was super annoying. "I can't stop kissing him-- what's wrong with me? Am I a slut?" (Not a quote, or a paraphrase .,just a gist) Then, like a chapter later all annoying-ness disappeared. So then we find out Daniel is half-angel. The dad who left him and his mom was an angel (we don't know if he was a Dark Angel or Not). Daniel is confronted with all this crazy stuff (he bleeds white) and tells Hannah who kinda freaks, but ultimately decides to stick with her man. Her friend Erika and her bf Anthony are good friends with Hannah and Daniel. They have some supernatural elements touch them as well. Oh, I almost forgot Ms. Beeyatch AKA Natalie (the annoying bitch from hell). Yeah, I hated her. Still do! Putting her slutty hands all over Daniel. I kept saying "get away from that crazy chick Daniel!!" *sigh* Vampires are in the mix too. This book has it's own unique mythology and I love that. It's awesome. Some things that kinda bothered me were the school dance which felt way too high school, and not enough College. The beginning had a mechanical feel but then it smoothed itself out and the majority of the book was fine. There were a few parts where I was positive a man wrote this book. Because Hannah was the narrator a lot of the time, I found myself thinking "a girl would never say/think that." But it was small stuff, and maybe I'm just being too critical. (For example, even if a girl has a good complexion she will still throw on a layer of mascara with the lip gloss for a date w/her man). Overall it didn't detach me from the great story, plot, characters, etc. When I finished the book I felt seriously bummed that the next one wasn't within arms reach for me to read it. If it was, I'd definitely have started it immediately. It's a series I'm definitely going to be following. I recommend you read this book if you like a different spin on angles/vampires and characters who aren't so cut-and dry.

  • Ella
    2019-03-27 06:16

    I loved this book!! It was a perfect combination of action, suspense and, of course, romance. This author did a great job of making the characters relatable and kept the story moving at a good pace. Another thing that made this book stand out among the other YA books is that it has a deeper story line. It is also a pretty "clean" book in that there isn't much cussing and there isn't explicit love scenes. This book is great for adults and older teens alike! I highly recommend it and cannot wait until Book 2.

  • S.A. Larsen
    2019-04-26 05:25

    Enter the energetic world of the twenty-somethings, filled with teasing, mystery, passion...and in this case, a world most cannot see yet has touched every life since the beginning of time.Prologues are elements of a story that I can live with, but also live without. It all depends on the story. In this story, a prologue was used to capture attention and tease the reader to piece together what could possibly follow. It did its job - I wanted to read on and did.From the onset, I felt a mature voice telling the story, which added stability to the somewhat chaotic and tumultuous age of new adult material. Clues, of the everlasting yet unseen world to most humans, dropped subtly before me as I read, working their magic to add intrigue and a need to discover what happened next. Odd glances or gestures by certain characters filtered in more clues about the underlining elements brewing below the surface of what could be seen. The concept of fallen angels or them being referred as vampires is nothing new; however, Wilson adds a unique twist to their 'becoming', which flavored the world created - as well as the world the reader begins to foresee evolving. Relationships complicated this already troubled hidden world of angels and rebels (angels), who want to forge their own path. As Daniel and Hannah, along with most of their friends, sink deeper into prophecies and Daniel's true heritage, dangerous bargains are offered; some made, while others are refused, leaving the reader parched as the final few chapters approach and hoping for the thirst to be quenched. The writing is crisp and eager, as is the dialog, which is often punchy and quick witted. I really enjoyed the flirtatious verbal rants between Daniel and Hannah - lead characters. Both showed tendencies to keep their relationship playful and free, with real passion brimming slowly beneath the surface. This tease yet feisty touches is classic NA and what sets it apart from mere young adult literature. There is a fine line between the two and in this case the line was walked carefully and eloquently, shown through gentle embraces as well as subtle nuances that upped the heat - all tastefully done. Another element that was fully NA was the sense of dipping deeper into the emotional entanglements of the characters. Whether characters one on one or a multitude, the reader is given full knowledge that they are in their real world, making real decisions for themselves.My only negative about the story was my confusion because of a few underdeveloped elements like those explaining the human - hybrid (half/angel) - angel - vampire (dark angel) relationships. In defense, there was a ton to explain. Overall, it was well written, described, and delivered. I'd recommend this book to any paranormal or angel enthusiast, romance lover, and even physical fight scene admirer-due to a few of Daniel's impressive fight scenes-of the upper teen, college, or adult age. Oh, and also for any sequel lovers because there will be a Book II to this book! I will definitely read the next book. I need to find out what happens to Daniel and Hannah.

  • Peyton Stewart
    2019-04-03 23:32

    Hannah Sawyer is a mature student heading back to college to better her lot, but the one thing she didn’t count on was meeting a boy like Daniel Keith – after all, she meant to be above and beyond all that, right? But Daniel has a few secrets of his own, and it won’t come as too much of a spoiler, given this novel is marketed more or less as a horror/YA/dark fantasy novel, if angels with dark tendencies come into the story at some point. If you’re thinking that Lee Wilson is writing in the Twilight space, you’d be more or less right, but then this novel is far more than the usual derivative mash-ups – with adult, complex themes that bring a deep dimensionality to the work that is sadly missing in the majority of the dark fantasy genre. If you’re looking for an engaging read and have been missing your Twilight fix, look no further – ‘The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels’ would make a great film, too, as some point, so Hollywood directors take note.

  • Kathleen
    2019-04-07 07:31

    Lee Wilson has created a spectacular adventure of paranormal-fantasy romance. I would not lie, at first impression – I thought this was another version of Twilight. Being a young adult, I am very familiar with the Twilight series but was pleasantly surprised when I began reading this book. It’s a refreshing read with all of the other vampire series floating around the bookshelves. The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels is jam-packed full of action, adventure, suspense, and of course – romance. If this is the first installment, I am anxious to read the sequel! To be honest, I read through this book twice within the past two weeks. I am excited to recommend this book this with all of my Twi-hard friends. This book brings the relationship set in Twilight down to a realistic and relatable level. What woman doesn’t love a juicy romance with a sultry vampire!?Loved, loved, loved this book!

  • Sammy Smith
    2019-03-28 04:26

    I really liked Hannah. I found her to be a character that’s easy to relate to. At 26 she’s close to my age, and it’s nice to read a fantasy with an older protagonist. This in my mind is better than the book ‘Fallen’ by Lauren Kate. Lee Wilson’s interpretations of fallen angels and their kin is a nice twist on the staid and well-known and loved history. Their backstories were fun. 3rd person past tense is a great storytelling tool, and I found myself warming to the characters as nothing seemed overlaboured – great example of showing and not telling. The male characters were funny and didn’t seem arrogant or clichéd. Fans of Meyer, Kenyon, Chance etc will enjoy this novel. I think it’s suitable for the YA and NA markets. If you like well written, funny and fresh writing, with strong characterization – then this is for you.

  • Annastew1144hotmail.com
    2019-04-01 07:33

    The Last Hybrid is an exceptionally well written and seductive story with a twist that you won't see coming. It is very original and sets itself apart from the more mainstream offerings in the genre with an intricate and well developed plot that will get you thinking!

  • Simon
    2019-04-15 06:17

    The Last hybrid is a powerful intriguing novel that grabs your attention from the very first page with Lee Wilson adding some very unique twists.It is very original and quite dark in places but it keeps you hooked until the last page. It is one of my favourite books so far this year.

  • Danni
    2019-04-05 04:06

    Just when you think there couldn't be another twist on the genre an author brings out something totally original! Well The Last Hybrid is just brilliant. One of my favourite books in recent months and I hope it won't be long before a sequel is released. This is definitely on my wish list!

  • Cynthia Tease
    2019-04-09 07:33

    Great book! Can't wait for the next one to see what happens to Hannah and Daniel!

  • OpenBookSociety.com
    2019-03-28 07:07

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/th...Brought to you by OBS reviewer Vanessa*Beware of possible spoilers*I was hopeful when I first started this book. After reading the synopsis, the story seemed like an interesting concept, however my enthusiasm quickly waned as I got further and further in.From the beginning, I had a difficult time liking Hannah, the main character. I just couldn’t connect with her. Although she was supposed to be a woman of twenty-six heading back to college to remedy her past, she instead came off as young, naive, sheepish and immature. We are supposed to believe that she is heading back to school with new insight, but instead we are left to assume she is repeating the same mistakes. (I say we are left to assume because her education, although supposedly very important, is barely mentioned.)For me, the story was way too one dimensional and fell flat. More time would have been better spent developing the characters and plot instead of numerous scenes focusing on story lines or events that led nowhere. For example, Hannah’s blackouts. In the beginning of the story, Hannah experiences two blackouts. Both of which seem to be foreshadowing something that we will learn about her in the future. However, this never actually leads anywhere and we are left to come to our own conclusions as to why it is even mentioned.Since the story is told in third person, we get to see what’s happening from every angle. This can be a good thing if done well, however the way it was done in this book thoroughly reduced my curiosity or anticipation. Practically every question we have is answered almost immediately. There weren’t any real hidden story lines that left me wanting more. The moment an unknown element presented itself in the story, it was immediately explained a few pages later (if that).There were also several events that just didn’t make sense. I found myself getting frustrated with how trite the characters were being. One minute everyone is in danger and by the next page things are fine. Plus everyone hears these major life altering revelations and yet their reactions are pretty casual. The characters were more than willing to believe one crazy revelation but unwilling to believe another. It just didn’t make sense. There is also a “complication” that develops late into the story that seems like a total a gimmick more than a pertinent addition to the plot.Lack of consistency is a recurring problem in this book. All of the characters are inconsistent. One minute Erika (Hanna’s friend) is saying how although she loves her boyfriend, she’s never felt as deeply as Hannah does for Daniel, even with Anthony (her current boyfriend). Then a few chapters later she is so desperate to be with him she is willing to sacrifice her life and become a vampire.None of the characters are excluded from this consistency issue and Hannah is a repeat offender. At one point she is berating her friend Erika for a very serious choice she wants to make and then later Hannah herself is making the same choice. It just seemed ridiculous and illogical. Hannah knew the consequences of a particular choice and was vehemently against it in one chapter and then for it in the next. This could have worked with the right progression, however we are left to believe that Hannah just randomly makes this illogical choice without spending even an entire page on thinking it through.And then there’s Natalie, Daniel’s oldest friend. One chapter she is good, but then she’s bad, but then she’s good, then bad again. It was like playing character ping pong and the continuous back and forth became exhausting.My biggest problem overall with this book was the character relationships. There was no depth to them, especially between the lead characters Daniel and Hannah. I like instant attraction (when it’s done well) but the attraction felt forced between Hannah and Daniel. It was like trying to be not be obvious but failing miserably. We are supposed to believe they are “meant for each other” just because the author tells us so. I just didn’t feel the chemistry between Daniel and Hannah and the fact that they were already having such intense emotional feelings toward each other without actually knowing anything (and I mean anything) about each other, just made things so much less believable.All of the relationships within the story resembled that of characters around age sixteen versus college aged (and older) adults. For as old at the characters are supposed to be (Daniel, the main hero is supposedly around twenty-seven) they all seemed much more juvenile.The one redeeming quality of this story was that the lore was definitely intriguing and could have made for a really interesting story if the author would have further developed the plot and characters. If you don’t have the right combination, the story itself loses all its integrity. Writing an entire story from beginning to end is a difficult task and not something to be overlooked. I applaud Lee Wilson for committing so thoroughly to something that many strive to accomplish and never achieve. However, this book was not for me and I don’t think I will be reading the follow up books in this series.

  • C.J. Fallowfield
    2019-04-20 00:13

    So this was a totally new genre for me, one I wouldn't have ordinarily have chosen, but I was provided with a copy in exchange for a fair and honest review and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. I would class this as a paranormal dramatic romance. Hannah, aged 26, heads back to college and immediately falls for the mysterious Daniel and the book focusses on these characters and their best friends Natalie, Anthony and Erika, but there are many additional characters all adding to the very creative and imaginative storyline. It's very difficult to write a review on a book like this without giving away spoilers, but it won't come as a shock in a paranormal novel that some of our characters are more than they seem, which adds to the drama. I felt that the story flowed well, it was well written and complex at times, making it clear that a lot of thought had gone into the lore by the author, so kudos for that Lee Wilson. I won't be rushing to read other books in this genre as I still favour Erotic Romance, but I do have to say that my interest in the sequel of this series is peaked and I will definitely follow up to find out what happened to them all. Thanks for the opportunity to read and review!

  • Kechell Jackson
    2019-04-06 07:20

    The story covers Angels, Dark Angels and their human/Angel offspring. There is plenty of action as they fight for spiritual dominance. The Hybrid Angel's are learning about their powers and how to use them. The pace of the book is fast and you will stay hooked until the very end; left wanting more. The characters could use a little more development. There were some things that were in the story for only a moment and never again to return and never fully explained. Hopefully the next book with have the answers.Overall, a good read and I would recommend this book to others who enjoy paranormal.

  • Sylvia
    2019-03-31 23:33

    Lee Wilson has created a captivating world where angels are amongst us, as are their fallen dark counterparts who are known as vampires.Daniel and Hannah were a really hot couple, and although their attraction was quick, it is held together by their strong feelings. Their relationship grows on a believable level as Hannah then finds out his secret and herself in the middle of a struggle for power between two supernatural forces.With suspense, romance, new adult angst and a gripping plot, 'The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels' is a great book for paranormal fans and anyone who enjoyed the 'Twilight' series. I look forward to reading the sequel!

  • Brandon
    2019-04-18 23:03

    Rating: 7.0/10.0Review: The typical "Angel" paranormal book doesn't apply to this title. I did enjoy the book based on it's uniqueness, however there are some things that took away from it. There were times where something that seemed very important to the rest of the story never gets re-introduced and left you wondering, "Why was that put in the story?" The character development was lacking, as well as some plot points, however the story itself was pretty good. I'd recommend this to paranormal fans.Reviewed by IABookReviews.com

  • Toni Felton
    2019-04-07 06:14

    I very much enjoy Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy but this just wasn't for me.

  • Kitty
    2019-03-27 02:31

    This may be the worst book I have ever read. I only finished it, because I paid for it. It isn't even worth going through all the reasons this should have been laughed out of the publishing office.