Sins of the Night (Dark-Hunter, #8)
In the realm of the Dark-Hunters there is a code of honour that even immortal bad boys must follow. No human can be harmed. Yet every few centuries or so, there is always one who thinks himself above the Code…Alexion is the defender of the code that governs the immortals. He is judge, jury and... show more
In the realm of the Dark-Hunters there is a code of honour that even immortal bad boys must follow. No human can be harmed. Yet every few centuries or so, there is always one who thinks himself above the Code…Alexion is the defender of the code that governs the immortals. He is judge, jury and executioner: if they step over the line it’s his wrath they will face. For centuries Alexion has survived alone. Isolated and haunted by his human past, he has learned to distance himself from his emotions and his role ensures that even his fellow Dark-Hunters give him a wide berth. However, this time the rogue Dark-Hunter is an old friend. Alexion cannot destroy him without at least allowing him one last chance at redemption. But to do this he needs the help of a female Dark-Hunter who goes by the name Danger. And the last time Alexion ran into her, she tried to kill him…
Publish date: September 2nd 2010
Publisher: Hatchett Digital
Pages no: 380
Edition language: English
Series: Dark-Hunter (#7)
Sins of the Night The Characters Dangereuse “Danger” St. RichardsAlexion The Story I enjoyed it. I do worry that I’m becoming jaded because I didn’t cry and I’ve cried in every other Dark-Hunter book. Maybe the story wasn’t as sad. I’m not sure. The Random Thoughts Said it once but I’ll say it ag...
It's been a few months since I last read a Dark Hunter novel. But for the life of me, I can't figure out what changed. I used to really enjoy these books, but if this one is any indication... I am no longer impressed. It was so mediocre. This review is going to be written in points. THE BAD 1. The w...
23/11 - This book was on par with most of Kenyon's other books - not fantastic, not unfinishable - it furthers the continuing plot of the Dark Hunter's world with a bit of romance (not the most memorable romance scenes, mind you) thrown in.
a 3.5 star reallyThe story of a new "other", the Alexion and a female Dark-Hunter Danger.This was one of the most enjoyable books of the series so far for me. I think there are several reasons:1.The Alexion's angst is very real. He can only spend 10 days in corporeal form because he is a Shade - he...
A fun read, completely frivilous and plot low but fun all the same. SK finds love for Alexion but as he's dead how will be be able to keep her?