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Sins of the Night
by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Category: Fiction / Horror
384 pages; ISBN: 0312934327

Rating: 9/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Harriet Klausner

Review

Sins of the Night
Sherrilyn Kenyon
St. Martin’s Jul 2005, $6.99, 384 pp.
ISBN: 0312934327

At night the innocent coed left the library when the Daimons attacked her, but just when she appeared to be their feast, a Dark-Hunter appeared. However, instead of saving the human as their code demands, he feasts on her blood leaving her soul to the Daimons.

The Alexion, hunter of rogue Dark Hunters, knows he must deal with his friend Marco’s breaking the code of not harming humans. Though he knows he needs to put Marco to death, the Alexion hopes to save the “soul” of his pal. However, he finds himself distracted by that rarest of Dark Hunters, a huntress Dangereuse “Danger” St. Richard, who tried to kill him as she knows he is the executioner of her kind. In spite of their auspicious first encounter, The Alexion and Danger fall in love, but duty calls, which means killing more than just his friend; he must kill the Dark Huntress he loves as she is controlled by one of the nastier Goddesses.

This is a super entry in one of the best romantic fantasy series on the market today. The story line is action-packed but Alexion’s dilemma of choosing between his beloved and his duty make for quite a tale as fans will wonder which way he will go. Either way he knows his “resurrected” heart beating with love will turn to ashes. Sherrilyn Kenyon provides a fabulous thriller with a strong cast supporting two star-crossed lovers whose relationship seems tragically doomed from the start.

Harriet Klausner

 

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