Night Play (Were-Hunter, #1)
Bride McTierney has had it with men. They're cheap, self-centered, and never love her for who she is. But though she prides herself on being independent, deep down she still yearns for a knight in shining armor. She just never expected her knight in shining armor to have a shiny coat of fur...... show more
Bride McTierney has had it with men. They're cheap, self-centered, and never love her for who she is. But though she prides herself on being independent, deep down she still yearns for a knight in shining armor. She just never expected her knight in shining armor to have a shiny coat of fur... Deadly and tortured, Vane Kattalakis isn't what he seems. Most women lament that their boyfriends are dogs. In Bride's case, hers is a wolf. A Were-Hunter wolf. Wanted dead by his enemies, Vane isn't looking for a mate. But the Fates have marked Bride as his. Now he has three weeks to either convince Bride that the supernatural is real or he will spend the rest of his life neutered--something no self-respecting wolf can accept... But how does a wolf convince a human to trust him with her life when his enemies are out to end his? In the world of the Were-Hunters, it really is dog-eat-dog. And only one alpha male can win.
Publish date: April 1st 2010
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Were-Hunter (#2)
Re-read 1/9/2015Oh Vane. I freaking love you. I love all of the books from this series but I after going back through all the books a couple times I still think that this one is my favorite. Im trying to remember if I like any of the other ones more. I know I love me some Zarek. ohhh and Wren. C...
This paranormal romance was okay. I liked the build up of the romance except hero's overlong self-debate over his worthiness but the story was rather typical for this genre with lots of various beings fighting. The sprinkling of humor was nice. Werewolf Vane is instantly attracted to Bride who's ...
In some ways, this book took me back to the beginning of the series, which is apropos, since it's the beginning of it's own sub-series about the Weres. It had the simplicity of Fantasy Lover and Night Pleasures, being more heavily about the two characters than the over-arching story, which I persona...
Oh, I liked this one. Lets face it, the werewolf thing is old by now, but Kenyon proves that a talented writer can make you interested in a romance involving a werewolf even if the general idea makes you want to bash your head against the nearest wall.Bride was fun.
I didn't like it as much as I hoped, but it was still a pretty good one.