Hunter's Magic by J. E. Andrews
(The Merged Worlds)

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Hunter's Magic is the sixth book of The Merged Worlds.
Stacey Bowen, vampire and leader of the current Daggerwomen is having a crisis of identity. The key to the effectiveness of the Daggers has always been in their secrecy, the fact that those who are helped keep their secret and those they oppose are dead. Historically vampires were the enemies of the Daggermen but times have changed and Stacey, being a Dagger, is proof of that. There are more enemies than only vampires in these days and not all vampires are enemies.
With camera crews and paparazzi hunting her she needs an identity makeover.
Angie has always worn a mask and Nicki, as a werewolf, has talent enough to alter her appearance at need. Stacey needs the help of Nash, the shadow wizard, and a talented new associate, since werewolves and vampires can scent her difference.
As if that's not a large enough issue for the busy vampire she has a visit from a special friend who has a request that will change their lives forever.
The Daggers must go hunting.
It's a must do and Stacey agrees.
To take on this hunt, Angie sets up a training mission with her Huntsman friend, Arthur, and the Daggers go to Hell to learn new weapons and tactics. Then it’s a simple matter of magic-less Angie infiltrating their target for the intell that can't be found by any other means. They must create specialty ammo. Their tactics must be polished and perfect for the extreme length of the mission and the fact that failure is not an option.
They would be stirring up a wasp's nest and turning the opinion of the worlds against them… win or lose.
With her new identity, though, Stacey picks up new problems with more potential for danger. Even Angie at that point must do a makeover as well, opening up new levels of understanding for the pair of friends.
For the Daggers nothing will be the same…

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Published August 29, 2012 327 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction