Kiss of the Night (Dark-Hunter, #5)
Dear Reader,What do you get when you have one immortal Viking warrior no one can remember five minutes after he leaves their presence, a princess on the run for her life, and one seriously annoyed demigod? Basically, you get my life.It started out simple enough. One night I went to save a woman... show more
Dear Reader,What do you get when you have one immortal Viking warrior no one can remember five minutes after he leaves their presence, a princess on the run for her life, and one seriously annoyed demigod? Basically, you get my life.It started out simple enough. One night I went to save a woman in trouble. The next thing I knew, the doorway to hell had opened and out stepped Daimons-vampires the likes of which I'd never seen before. Led by the son of Apollo, they are out to end the curse that has banished them all to darkness. The only problem with that is they have to kill Cassandra Peters to do it and if she dies, so dies the sun, the earth and all who dwell here. Life's just a bowl full of cherries, ain't it?Brought together by fate, it's now my job to protect a daughter of the very race I have been hunting for centuries. Neither of us dares to trust the other. But she is the only one who remembers me... More than that, with her courage and strength, she is the only one who has ever touched a heart that I thought had died centuries ago.The only way for a Dark-Hunter to regain his soul is through the love of a woman. But what happens when that woman isn't exactly human?Wulf Tryggvasen
Publish date: April 1st 2010
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Dark-Hunter (#4)
Just finished re-reading this one and I loved it even more this time around. Wulf has always been one of my favorite D.H. Well I guess he isn't technically a Dark Hunter but y'all know what I mean. Cassie is a bad ass and has had a pretty crappy life so I love the ending. I love how over protecti...
Let me just start by saying this is not my favorite Dark-Hunter novel, by any stretch of the imagination. I dread it every time I have to read it. However, there is a lot of world-building in this story, and it is a necessary read to the series because of it. In that way, it really can't stand on...
This was a really fantastic middling entry into the series, a wonderful change of pace, running alongside the stories of the past couple of books, and centering around a character that was previously heard but not seen, and certainly not in great quantities (only in Night Embrace, I think? At the be...
Buddy read with SarahAnother great book in the series :)