Publisher: Night After Night Publications LLC
Publication Date: July 29, 2014
Origins: From Author for Review
Book Links: Goodreads
Synopsis: Inside a small village within the Great Plains of Montana, a ritual initiated in blood will be performed. This ceremony has been executed only once before and will mark a rite of honor and justice. Commonly, the Assiniboine are a harmonious people with strong pride and passions, but will turn to the spirits for vengeance when wronged. The tribe’s chief will summon the Great Spirit on behalf of his people, for no earthly man can make evil suffer like a greater evil.
Legend of the Chupacabra finds Jessie and Suzanne living peacefully in Portland, Oregon, six-years after they believed to have put an end to the curse of the chupacabra. But the women soon learn of their failure and futile sacrifices when a remarkable reunion brings horror back into their lives; only this time, what they face will be unlike any creature they previously encountered. Legend of the Chupacabra marks the end of a trilogy but the start of a saga that will leave this moment of history drenched in blood.
Series: Hunt for the Chupacabra (prequel), Night of the Chupacabra (1), Curse of the Chupacabra (2), Legend of the Chupacabra (3)
Review: LEGEND OF THE CHUPACABRA is the third book in the Chupacabra series by Michael Hebler. Jessie and Suzanne are living in Portland, Oregon, getting along as best they can and enjoying the fact they no longer have to worry about the Chupacabra. Unfortunately, there is a new monster created in the name of revenge by the Assiniboine tribe. Finding its way to Portland, it brings back harsh memories and a harsher future for both Suzanne and Jessie. The new Chupacabra isn’t the only monster in town…demon or human. LEGEND OF THE CHUPACABRA is a good end to the first “trilogy” in the series. I enjoyed seeing how Jessie hadn’t lost her edge in the six years since she’d had to fight a Chupacabra. She’d definitely had to keep her skills sharp fending off the lechers who frequented the saloon at which she worked. With dramatic reunions and heart-pounding action, LEGEND OF THE CHUPACABRA reads like a movie – vivid descriptions, great dialogue, and a killer ending.