Publish date: January 2nd 2008
Publisher: Signet Book
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Darkyn (#5)
This is one of my favorite m/f books and I've read it at least half a dozen times so far. While the book isn't perfect (the scenes regarding Alex and her drama were seriously annoying so I skipped them. They really add nothing to the story), the development between the main couple, Byrne and Jayr, i...
Lots of mystery, intrigue, betrayal, and treachery in this one. I started to see Robin's part maybe 3/4 of the way in, but I didn't expect it. But the love between Jayr and Byrne was so sweet. I can't believe they waited 700 years!!! Especially being in such close proximity the entire time. I also t...
Definitely my favorite Darkyn book so far. I love the spin on Robin Hood and the little twist at the end. Amazing.
It's probably not a good idea to start a series at book 5, but that's what I did. I don't think it made much of a difference, to be honest with you. It was pretty easy to get caught up to speed, and I wasn't confused.This one was OK - there were a couple of sweet romantic spots, the heroine was lika...
This is the 5th book of the Darkyn series.Aeden mac Byrne is the suzerain of the Orlando Jardin and owner and operator of The Realm. To humans, The Realm is a very cool Medieval theme restaurant where they can eat big turkey legs, watch and participate in battles, jousts and archery contests. For ...