Unleash the Night (Dark-Hunter, #9; Were-Hunter, #4)
It's a predator eat predator world for the Were-Hunters. Danger haunts any given day. There is no one to trust. No one to love. Not if they want to live… An orphan with no clan that will claim him, Wren Tigarian grew to adulthood under the close scrutiny and mistrust of those around him. A... show more
It's a predator eat predator world for the Were-Hunters. Danger haunts any given day. There is no one to trust. No one to love. Not if they want to live… An orphan with no clan that will claim him, Wren Tigarian grew to adulthood under the close scrutiny and mistrust of those around him. A forbidden blend of two animals—snow leopard and white tiger—Wren has never listened to anyone when there was something he wanted. Now he wants Marguerite.Marguerite D'Aubert Goudeau is the daughter of a prominent U.S. Senator who hates the socialite life she's forced to live. Like her mother before her, she has strong Cajun roots that her father doesn't understand. Still, she has no choice but to try and conform to a world where she feels like an outsider. But the world of rich and powerful humans is never to meet the world of the Were-Hunters who exist side by side with them, unseen, unknown, undetected. To break this law is to call down a wrath of the highest order.In order to have Marguerite, Wren must fight not just the humans who will never accept his animal nature, but the Were-Hunters who want him dead for endangering their world. It's a race against time and magic without boundary that could cost Marguerite and Wren not just their lives, but their very souls…Visit Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Web site at www.sherrilynkenyon.com and www.Dark-Hunter.com
Publish date: December 27th 2005
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Were-Hunter (#3)
re-read 1/11/2016I am still undecided about Wren and Vane. I'll just take both. Thanks :)
I love this story. Wren and Maggie were amazing. I enjoyed how their story developed. It didn't happen overnight and there was enough time for them to learn things about each other. It made the story more believable. And the twists. OMG. I actually didn't see them coming at all. Nicolette Peltier wa...
Audiobook and read paperback. Still don't like Maggie's father. I'm sure if Wren had no money, there would have been no reconciliation. Previous review 12/07/09The wedding scene with all it's corny jokes - really really really corny jokes at the end made me groan out loud. Maggie's father changing h...
When the wait between Kenyon books starts to grow, that is when I pick up the books in the series that I skipped the first time through. This is the last one that I held out reading and I am glad that I did. This is a quiet romance, mostly separate from the greater story arc, and, for me, I was ab...
This is, by far, my absolute favorite of the Dark/Were-Hunter novels. Wren is such a misunderstood, yet lovable hero, and I love how Maggie comes into her own in this book. This is what I like to call the ""turning point"" novel, because while Sherrilyn shows us more characters in the universe, it...