Are you ready for some Night Play?

Vale Kattalakis has lived many a centuries as a tortured soul, fighting the evil of the world. So you can imagine that in this time, Vale has gained himself some enemies along the way, especially when you are a were-hunter wolf. Lucky, Vale has only himself to look out for and not someone else. The higher powers show Vale a woman who is to be his.

Bride lives a peaceful life. She couldn’t ask for anything more. Then suddenly out of the blue, Bride’s world gets turned upside down and fast. Vale has just three weeks to convince Bride that werewolves as well as the supernatural exist otherwise it is bye-bye for Vale.

Vale makes a good werewolf. Unfortunately he did not make my list as one of my favorite werewolves. I was turned off by Bride. She was too much the damsel in distress for me. Night Play is book six in the Dark-Hunter series. It can be read separately from the rest of the novels. I have been wanting to check out a book by Sherrilyn Kenyon for a while. Though I though this was an ok book, I was just a little disappointed that it didn’t grab me more. I do plan on giving Sherrilyn Kenyon's books another try in the near future.


The Bookworm said…
sorry to hear it wasnt that great, maybe her other books might grab your attention more.
great review!
Ladytink_534 said…
I've heard so many good things about Kenyon but I have never read one of her books myself.

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