Bailando con el diablo (Dark-Hunter, #4; Were-Hunter, #2)
Publish date: March 30th 2007
Publisher: Plaza & Janes
Edition language: Spanish
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Dark-Hunter (#3)
My ploughing through these books continues! I was worried about this one to begin with. All the Dark-Hunter characters have their traumas; you do become a Dark-Hunter by crying for vengeance usually during a violent and horrific death. So they're not all totally balanced, mentally. And Zarek is th...
Better than book 2. I liked Zarek and "got" why he was like the way he was. It was a bit cliche- a certain person being a virgin. Yes, it was explained, but not buying. It annoys me when there is a character who happens to be immortal (or very long lived) have miniscule experience in the sex de...
Zarek of Moesia, Astrid Zarek broke my heart. The things he has lived through. Thank goodness he now has Astrid and she understand him and loves him. He so deserves it. Also the twists and turns in this one are killer! 4.5 Stars
I'm so pleased that I'm finally getting around to reading this series because I'm enjoying every minute of it. I knew when we met Zarek in Night Embrace that I was going to love him and I wasn't wrong, learning about his past in Dance with the Devil broke my heart but I now have a new favourite tort...
The story of Zarek and Astrid.Zarek has had a truly awful first life. A literal whipping boy for his father and half-brothers, victimised by his fellow slaves because they hated his father he was sold into slavery and eventually tortured and executed for a crime he didn't commit - accused by his mis...