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Born of Fury (The League: Nemesis Rising Series #6)

Born of Fury (The League: Nemesis Rising Series #6)

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by Sherrilyn Kenyon

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Blockbuster bestselling Dark-Hunter author Sherrilyn Kenyon returns to the sensational saga of the League. This time, the war is on…

Counted among the fiercest Andarion warriors of all time, Hauk is one of the five founding members of the Sentella, an organization that has declared war on The League. They rule the Ichidian universe with


Blockbuster bestselling Dark-Hunter author Sherrilyn Kenyon returns to the sensational saga of the League. This time, the war is on…

Counted among the fiercest Andarion warriors of all time, Hauk is one of the five founding members of the Sentella, an organization that has declared war on The League. They rule the Ichidian universe with an iron fist and terrify it with an army of well-trained assassins. Hauk's enemies are legion, but he fears nothing and no one. He will do whatever it takes to survive and protect his Sentella brethren.

Born of Fury

Sumi Antaxas is one of the best assassins The League has ever trained. In her world, failure is not an option and she has never met a target she couldn't execute. So when she's assigned Hauk, she believes it'll be a quick and easy mission. But nothing is ever as simple as it seems, and Hauk is far better skilled than anyone she's faced before…
"Arguably the most in-demand and prolific author in America these days."--Publishers Weekly

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Publishers Weekly
★ 08/04/2014
Distilling the essence of romance down into one book is an almost impossible feat, yet Kenyon manages it in the captivating sixth entry of her "Born of…" series. Sumi Antaxas, a human woman, is a very reluctant assassin compelled into service by threats to her daughter. Her latest assignment is to gather intelligence on Dancer Hauk, of the Andarion Warring Blood Clan of Hauk. When she's trapped on a distant planet with Dancer, she finds herself torn between the daughter she's never seen and the tender, powerful warrior who will do anything for those he loves. Combining the best elements of science fiction, fantasy, and romance, the story focuses heavily on the definition of "family" and what it means to belong. Exquisiteworld building and vivid details complement the action-filled sequences just as well as the intimate, sensual moments. Agent: Robert Gottlieb, Trident Media Group. (July)
From the Publisher

“[A] publishing phenomenon . . . [Sherrilyn Kenyon is] the reigning queen of the wildly successful paranormal scene . . . Just one example of arguably the most in-demand and prolific authors in America these days.” —Publishers Weekly

“Kenyon's writing is brisk, ironic and relentless imaginative. These are not your mother's vampire novels.” —Boston Globe

“[An] engaging read.” —Entertainment Weekly

Library Journal
A relentless No. 1 New York Times best-selling author in both hardcover and mass market, Kenyon is back with another entry in the League series, which has over 1.5 million copies to its name. Here, Sumi Antaxas, a top-notch assassin for the League, gets a new target: indomitable Andarion warrior Hauk, one of the five founding members of the Sentella, an organization dedicated to obliterating the League. He's going to be tough. With a one-day laydown on July 1.

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St. Martin's Press
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League: Nemesis Rising Series , #6
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4.10(w) x 6.60(h) x 1.30(d)

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“C’mon, Darling. You can’t do this to me. I’m desperate for you, man. You’ve got to give it to me. Right here. Right now. I need you like I’ve never needed you before.”

In the hallway of the Caronese Winter Palace, Maris froze as he heard the deeply masculine, pleading Andarion accent through the door speaking with his male best friend.

No …

There was no way the two of them were talking about what it sounded like. Unlike him, they were both straight. He knew that for a fact, and yet, as they continued arguing, it definitely sounded like two lovers squabbling.

Completely confounded, Maris met Nykyrian’s stunned expression as the royal prince caught up to him in the hallway outside Darling’s office. Tall, blond, and lethal, Nykyrian—or Nemesis, as he was better known—was a former League assassin who had an intensity that let you know in an instant he saw you first as a target and then, only if you were lucky, a sentient creature he might not want to kill.

Being half Andarion, Nykyrian’s hearing was even more astute than Maris’s. Not that anyone needed supersonic hearing to miss this exchange. Their decibel level carried quite plainly through the heavy door of the emperor’s office.

And how Darling’s two imperial guards remained stone-faced while it went on was a testament to their training.

“Hell. No. Hauk,” Darling snapped, enunciating each word with rage. “As much as I love and owe you, I’m not doing that for you. Ever. Forget it.… And even if we did, you couldn’t handle it. Besides, you’ve never wanted it before. Not like this, and definitely not from me.”

Maris’s jaw dropped in synchronicity with Nykyrian’s.

“Ah, come on, Darling.” Hauk continued to plead in a tender, needful tone Maris had never heard him use before. “After everything I’ve done over the years to protect your sorry ass, I can’t believe you won’t share it with me. Don’t be like this. This isn’t a want. It’s a need. A major one. If you really loved me, you’d do this for me without question. Now give it to me! Please!”

“No! Not if we were the last two beings in the universe. Not even if you were down on your knees in front of me, buck naked and begging me for it.”

His expression horrified, Nykyrian opened the door to show Darling and Hauk standing on opposite sides of Darling’s desk, glaring at each other as if they were about to come to blows.

With his short red hair brushed back from his face and his royal harone hanging to his left shoulder, Darling was dressed in dark blue and maroon emperor robes while Hauk was swathed in a red-tinged black blast-resistant Sentella battlesuit that hugged every inch of his huge, well-muscled body. His black hair fell to his shoulders in small, extremely attractive braids that were common for the warriors on his home planet to designate them as the fiercest of their breed. The stark darkness of his warrior’s uniform made his skin glow a rich tawny-caramel that would make anyone’s mouth water for a taste.

Obviously annoyed, Hauk turned toward them and pinned them with his red-and-white Andarion eyes.

Even though Nykyrian shared many Andarion traits with Hauk, such as fangs, sensitive hearing, and extreme height, he had green human eyes. Ones that showed no fear as he locked gazes with Hauk. “Thank the gods you’re both still dressed and not entwined naked on the floor.… Now tell me, what exactly are we interrupting?”

Hauk scowled at the comment and question as if replaying their exchange in his head while Darling burst into laughter.

“Damn, Nyk … my wife’s not that pregnant.” Darling’s tone was filled with utter indignation.

Maris scoffed. “Oh please, honey. Zarya’s so pregnant, one good sneeze could launch your son into this world in a matter of seconds.”

Darling gave him a droll stare, but he knew it was true. Due any minute now, the poor girl was almost as huge as a shuttle craft.

And crankier than a Gondarion were-beast.

Moving closer to Hauk, Nykyrian looked back and forth between them. “And neither of you has answered my question. What had the two of you shouting lewd come-ons at each other?”

Now it was Maris’s turn to burst into laughter, as a smile toyed at the edges of Nykyrian’s lips.

With a nonchalance Maris knew he didn’t feel, Darling crossed his arms over his chest. “It’s something truly horrific, Nyk. We’re talking the stuff of haunting nightmares.…”

Maris arched a brow at that dire statement. Given what each of them had survived, he could only imagine what would make the intrepid Andarion warrior flinch.

Darling jerked his chin toward Hauk. “He’s facing six weeks alone with a creature so terrifying that he’s actually in here begging me for explosive devices that can temporarily maim him so that he won’t have to go near it.”

The gape returned to Nykyrian as he faced Hauk. “Seriously? It’s a child, Hauk, not a rabid animal you’re about to be caged with.”

Hauk scoffed at his nonchalance. “I beg to differ, and need I remind you how you felt the first time you learned you had a half-grown daughter and a baby on the way? As I recall, you weren’t exactly let’s-all-go-to-the-park-and-have-fun, buddy. But six kids later, you’re fine with it all, while I’m sick to my stomach at the prospect. What do you feed them? What if he has to go to the bathroom? Huh? What do I do then?”

Darling rolled his eyes. “Your nephew’s fourteen, Hauk. I promise you, you won’t have to burp him or change his nappies.”

“Oh, how do you know?” Hauk scoffed.

“True, Darling,” Nykyrian said drily. “We still have to change Hauk’s anytime you set off an explosion too close to him.”

Maris and Darling laughed while Hauk glared viciously at Nykyrian. That alone spoke volumes about Nykyrian’s courage.

Anyone else who received such a look from Hauk would run screaming for the door.

Including Maris.

“Go ahead,” Hauk growled. “All of you. Laugh at me. Sure. Why not? But none of you have ever had to survive alone with a child, in the wilderness, for six minutes, never mind six weeks. Endurance is the hardest thing any Andarion goes through. Both the adult and the child.”

Instantly, Nykyrian sobered as if he had sudden clarity over this uncharacteristic outburst. A deep sadness darkened his green eyes before he looked at Darling, then Maris. “Would you two mind giving us the room for a minute?”

“Sure.” Darling stepped out from behind his desk and followed Maris to the door.

Hauk visibly cringed at the sound of their exit as he realized what Nykyrian really wanted to talk about. It was something he’d been trying to bury for weeks now as this date thundered closer.

And it was the last thing he wanted to discuss with anyone.

Even Nyk.

“This isn’t about Darice.… I’ve known you almost the whole of your life, Dancer, and I’ve seen you roll around the floor with my boys, Jayne’s kids, and Devyn enough to know that you’re not really afraid of children. This is about you and Keris, isn’t it?”

Hauk turned away from his best friend, unable to face the truth Nykyrian spoke. Out of his small handful of friends, only Nyk knew about his eldest brother, Keris—because Nyk, alone, had been in Hauk’s life when it’d happened. And since the day Keris had died during Hauk’s Endurance, Hauk had barely been able to say his brother’s name aloud.

To anyone.

Gods, even now it was enough to bring him to his knees. Every fucking day of his life had been spent with guilt and grief over an unnecessary loss that no one in his family had ever forgiven him for.

Especially not himself.

And now he was supposed to take Keris’s son on the same expedition that had scarred them both for life and cost Keris his.

It was so unfair.

“Darice is the spitting image of his father, did you know that?” Hauk whispered. “I love my nephew with every part of me, but there are times I can’t even bear to look at him. Even their speech inflections are the same.”

“I know.” Nykyrian moved to stand by his side so that they could keep their voices low. “I really do know, Hauk. My daughter has some of Aksel’s and Arast’s mannerisms and expressions. And when she cops their condescending tones and snotty attitudes, it takes every bit of will I possess not to put her through a wall. It’s not her fault she takes after them. They were in her life longer than I’ve been. Hell, she doesn’t even know she does it. But even so, it feels like they’re back from the grave to torment me.”

Flexing his jaw, Hauk winced at the pain in Nykyrian’s voice. A pain he understood better than anyone since he’d been there to see firsthand what Nyk’s adoptive brothers had done to him. It was a hell no child should ever endure.

And he’d seen the exact tones and expressions Thia used that were identical to those of her long-dead stepfather and uncle. It had to be grueling for Nyk to deal with that all over again.

Fate was a bitch, and that whore mocked them both daily.

His anger mounting, he met Nykyrian’s gaze. For once, he didn’t see the war-hardened face of an assassin wingman who’d stood by his side for countless battles and protected his ass like a true blood brother. He saw the horrifically scarred face of the boy Nyk had been when they’d first met as children.

A boy who’d once saved Hauk’s life while everyone else had stood back to watch him burn.


There was a lot to be said for a friendship that spanned double-digit years. But right now, it seriously rankled him that Nyk knew what was really bothering him.

And it made him wonder something about his friend that he hadn’t considered before. “Is that why you didn’t take Thia on her Endurance?”

Nykyrian shook his head. “Thia’s only a quarter Andarion, and by the time her mother got around to telling me I had a daughter, Thia was past the age of it.”

Not to mention, the first two years of their living together, Nykyrian had been going through extensive operations and physical therapy for the almost fatal injuries Aksel had given him the day Nyk had finally put the bastard in his grave. Even now, eight years later, Nykyrian still walked with a pronounced limp, and only had limited use of his right hand and arm.

Hauk ground his teeth as other painful childhood memories surged. “It’s a stupid tradition. It chafes my ass that I have to do this.”

Nykyrian snorted at his outburst. “Everything chafes your ass, my brother.”

True, but still …

Hauk let out an elongated growl. Even if his father hadn’t lost his legs in battle or been too disabled to be exposed to the harsh conditions of Endurance, his father was too old to do it now. And his brother Fain had been disinherited even before Hauk had gone through his. There was no other male in their family lineage who could take Darice.

Like it or not, Hauk was honor bound and family obligated to see this through.

But honestly, he’d rather sacrifice a testicle than go. Every time Darice looked at him, he saw the accusation and anger in his nephew that blamed him for Keris’s death.

Nykyrian stepped away from him. “Have you mentioned to your father the staggering bounties on your head? Or that you have enough assassins after you that you could start your own army?”

Hauk made a rude noise at the mere suggestion. “My father’s an Andarion war hero. Do you really think that would deter him?” He’d think Hauk weak and cowardly for even mentioning it.

Nykyrian sighed. “No. He’d say it adds to the challenge of it all.”

“Exactly. You’ve no idea how many times I’ve cursed my parents for their blind adherence to the old ways.”

Nykyrian clapped a hand on Hauk’s shoulder. “Again, brother, I do know. You never bitch about it, but I can read your expressions better than your words.” He went to pour them both a shot of Tondarion Fire—a potent alcohol—from the small table beside Darling’s desk. “You know, you could take Thia with you as a distraction. It might help you get through this.”

A taunting grin spread across his lips as he took the shot glass from Nykyrian’s gloved hand. “You would really turn your beautiful daughter loose, alone with two Andarion males, for six weeks?”

“Never. But I would trust her with my family.”

And that they definitely were.

Hauk knocked back the drink in one gulp and pinned his gaze on Nyk. “And I can read you as well as you read me. Why do you want her gone so badly?”

“I don’t. But…” Nyk let his words trail off as he gulped his own drink then poured another. “She’s been acting out since Zarina was born. It’s almost like she thinks that now that we have another daughter, she’s not wanted anymore. Truthfully, I don’t know what to do. She stays out all night. Drags home the kind of dregs we’re paid to kill, and then dares me to lay a hand on them.” He growled low in his throat. “I’m a trained assassin, Hauk, and they’re dating my precious little girl. Putting body parts on her … and that’s just their hands, that I know of. Any idea how hard it is for me to let them leave my house upright and in one piece? She won’t even let me give them a damn bloody nose. Gah, it’s more than I can bear.”

He scoffed at Nykyrian’s irritation. “And now you know why your father-in-law had you shot … multiple times.”

Nykyrian glared at him. “I curse you, Hauk … may you live to raise a beautiful daughter. And I hope you have more than one, you son of a bitch.” He slung his shot back even faster than Hauk had. “Thia’s been way too serious with this latest veriton. I’m thinking if she’s gone for six weeks, he’ll get bored and move on to someone safer.”

“If he doesn’t?”

“I still have a few places left to hide bodies no one knows about.”

Hauk laughed then sobered as he seriously considered the offer. In all honesty, Thia would be a welcome distraction. While she didn’t care for roughing it, she could cook better than either of them. And the additional body might keep the memories of Keris at bay. It wouldn’t be the same as it’d been when he and his brother had gone alone to Oksana for Endurance.

Best of all, Thia actually liked him.

He inclined his head to Nykyrian. “I’ll be more than happy to spend a few weeks with my first love. Besides, as an Andarion princess, she needs to have this on her résumé.”

“Just don’t let her think for one instant that I’m doing this to get rid of her.”

“Trust me, I know. You’re doing this to get rid of her boyfriend.”

“Exactly.” Nykyrian headed to the door to readmit Darling to his office.

Before he could open it, Hauk pulled him to a stop. “Thank you.”

Nykyrian held his hand up to him. “Estra, mi dreystin.”

Taking his proffered hand, Hauk pulled him into a rare familial hug and repeated the Andarion words of loyalty that literally translated to anytime, my brother. But the Andarion connotation was much deeper than that. It was an oath of absolute kinship. One that bound them closer than blood.

No Andarion said those words lightly. It meant that they would die back-to-back, fighting any and all attackers.

And it was one they’d both proven to each other repeatedly.

Nykyrian stepped away from him. “Just remember, Hauk, I know Andarion urges, and if any male, including you, lays a finger on my girl while she’s in your custody, I will cut you into pieces and feast on your entrails.”

Laughing, Hauk knew Nykyrian meant those words most of all.

Copyright © 2014 by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Meet the Author

New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon is a regular in the #1 spot. This extraordinary bestseller continues to top every genre in which she writes. More than 60 million copies of her books are in print in more than one hundred countries. Her current series include The Dark-Hunters, The League, and Chronicles of Nick. Her Chronicles of Nick and Dark-Hunter series are soon to be major motion pictures.

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Born of Fury 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 80 reviews.
XXXOOOBookwormOOOXXX More than 1 year ago
Best novel of the League series! Ms Kenyon writes this novel with strong family background and support along with much wit and humor. Could not put the book down! One of the things I love about Kenyon's stories is that the conflict between the hero and heroine isn't one of lack of love or communication, it's almost always from an outside source who is determined to tear apart the couple and destroy the love they have found with each other, and how they have to work together to solve the issue. When Hauk and Sumi meet, there is an instant connection between the two of them. He know's she's a League Assassin, but his honor won't let him leave her to die after a viscous attack while she's stacking him out. Thus begins their journey.  Hauk has got to be one of the very best heroes I've ever read. This is a man who has sacrificed himself for his family and his honor so many times. Because of the actions of others, when he was young, he has no hope of ever having a family of his own. Except for a few people in his birth family, he is treated like a disgrace a failure when he is anything but.  From the very first paragraph I was hooked on this story, and when you read it you'll understand why. Of all the books I've read, and that number is in the thousands, I've never read a book with an opening quite like this one.  Sherrilyn Kenyon/Kinley MacGregor is an amazing writer with a phenomenal background of talent.     
ReadingEbooksAParanormal More than 1 year ago
Bravo! Bravo! Encore! Sherrilyn Kenyon has done it again. Each sole has its mate. Even one that is as scared as that of Dancer Hauk. Ridiculed by his mother and father, denied by his brother’s widow and his nephew, Dancer has lived years in silent pain he would wish upon no one. Then on a mission that frightens him more than anything, a slip of a woman crawls between his defends and bring down the walls far taller and wider than those of the Walls of China. Kenyon has once again taken us into the circle of friends and family making up the Sentella, the League and all the worlds that encompass their Ichidian Universe. Tragedy, love, laughter, hate, friendship, family, lust, pain, happiness and others all in a story so needing to be told, will keep you reading until you realize you have finished the book. Come, join Hauk on a frightening journey that finally frees his sole.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A little long, it is almost like two separate books. Kenyon takes the reader on a roller coaster of emotions as she grows the Sentella family even larger and more complex. Can't wait for the next League book!
TotalWench More than 1 year ago
Loved it! Another favorite! I got to say Kenyon outdid herself in this book! I loved it as much as Nik's book. Dancer Hauk is so strong and so gentle, when he has been refused by his race's females. He is considered undesirable by them and when Sumi find him such a "sexy beast" he is so astounded. I really like that even though Sumi was sent after him she didn't turn him in. Sumi dislikes killing but even so she is a really good assassin and actually impresses his family with her skills. I loved them as a couple and can't wait for the next.
Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
~Reviewed by SUZANNE & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog Dancer Hauk is one of the founding members of the Sentella and one of the most fearsome fighters in the universe. However, back home he is considered deformed because of his scars and unworthy by his family. However, as the last adult male in his bloodline Hauk must take his nephew on his Endeavor, a hard core camping trip, but, Hauk is one of the most wanted men in the universe and a very powerful man wants him dead. Sumi Antaxas was conscripted to the League after killing her boyfriend in self defense, she has now become one of their top assassins, and there is one thing she would kill, destroy and maim for, her child. Taken away as soon as she was born Sumi will do anything to give her a safe life, including take out the more ferocious male she has ever seen…Dancer Hauk. Want me to like a book? Stick in an alien hero over six and half foot tall with fangs and I am blissed out. Although technically Hauk isn’t a vampire, he sucks no blood although his species considers human flesh a delicacy, he is firmly in the Space Vampire category and is there to stay and be worshiped by me. Hauk has frequently appeared in the previous books in this series, but I had no idea that his book would turn out to be my favourite, he hasn’t stuck out for me like some of the other characters. As with all Sherrilyn Kenyon books, both the hero and heroine have horrific pasts and wounded souls, I admit, sometimes I get a little exasperated with the ridiculously over the top melodrama that is ever present in her books. But then I read about my sexy Space Vampire and get over it, however, I look forward to the day when maybe one of her characters will be well adjusted and their body untouched by torture. However, the melodrama does really show you how perfect Sumi and Hauk were for one another, I can’t deny how in love they and how sweet it was. There was also plenty of action in this book, Hauk was on some kind of extreme-camping-coming-of-age gig with his young nephew and was also being chased by a horde of assassins and mercs. This made the book exciting and full of danger as well as romance and is also one of the reasons that is now one of my favourite books in the series. This book also featured a lot of the characters from the previous books coming to Hauk’s aid, enabling us to revisit them after their HEA and see them still just as happy and in love. It was also touching to see just how close all the characters were and see them all come together and show their depth of their friendships with one another, they really were one big happy family. Another fantastic book in this series and I cannot wait to see what happens next and whose book will be next. The League is one of my favourite series and if you haven’t picked it up yet, then you need to give it a try. *ARC provided by publisher
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was the best yet! She hit the perfectmark with this one. Literally it has become one of my top fav romance novel books. Perfect blend of story, action, romance and family. Inmyopinion it is one of her best of all of her different series. Can't wait for more!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was well written and drowned me instantly... It was clever, and I love everything about it, Sumi especially, she is kind in this book. Hauk endured more than a man(or Andarian) should. He also has an enormous heart, but best of all he's a damn sexy beast!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series. She did not disappoint with this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story was worth the wait! I wish Devon's story was after Hauk's so this amazing woman could be in the story too• I can't wait for the next book• Iget all of SHerrilyn Kenyon's books both written and audio and this book will not be any exception•
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series
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I love all her books can't wait until she has more
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RISPY More than 1 year ago
I loved the book it hooked me right from the start. Best book of the League series. At first I thought the book was too long but it was just right length the story didn't leave you hanging and it explained a lot about Dancer's background and why he hates explosives. I loved the humor it made me laugh. I purchased the first three books in paperback long time ago recently I realized I wanted all of them on my nook. I love the whole series.
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Awesome read, Sherrilynn Kenyon has done it again. One of my favorite authors.
IAmy More than 1 year ago
Alright last review was a glowing tribute to Ms. Kenyon, this one not so much. Still my favorite author, but this book was a bit of a struggle for me to get into. I love her League series as much as I adore her Dark-Hunter world, but this one was not one of my favorite contributions to that world. I’m glad I read it, but might not be re-reading it. Lets get the negative out-of-the-way first. What didn’t work for me? Or more like what didn’t I care for. All the crap having to do with the kids. Kids, kids, kids everywhere in this book. Babies, teens, toddlers everyone in this world is reproducing and about 25% of the story was dealing with kid crap. NOT what I want to read about. I’m happy that they are all happy in their H.E.Aers, but I don’t need scenes by the pool, shopping sprees for the youngster and about half of the expedition into the wilderness with the two teens could have been cut. Some of it was cute and/or funny, but much of it was just boring to me. I’m not a fan of children, and to me many of these kids, especially the young ones are far more developed than they would be communication wise in reality and it came off as inauthentic. This was the only major complaint I had about the book. I do want the characters to have large families, if they want them, but I really don’t want to read about it, or perhaps just less of it. I would love it if Ms. Kenyon could have a character in her world that didn’t want to reproduce at the drop of a hat. I guess one other complaint I have is the insta-families that were created out of thin air. I must have an easier time accepting insta-love over insta-families. It take time to build up that type of acceptance and a young child would not have become so attached or trusting of someone who shows up and tells her he is her father. Just wouldn’t have happen. Alright rant over. What did I enjoy about the book. I liked Hauk and thought that Sumi was a great match for him. The scenes between the two of them, minus children, were great and I was so happy to see how she handled his family. Like I said the first half of the book was slow for me, but the second half picked up and it was nice to see so many familiar faces and see them stand up for Hauk and Sumi. I hope the next book deals a little more with this upcoming or current war, I would really like to see Kyr get what is coming to him. I also enjoyed getting to know Fain and look forward to his story. We learn quite a bit about the Andarion race in this book. What a twisted civilization they are, warriors who are not accepted once they get a scar, really. Oh well, some of the things frustrated me about their world, but I still found it interesting. Overall, despite all the kid crap I had to wade through, I did enjoy the book and like most of Kenyon’s works it had a great message about good over evil and being there for those you love.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this one couldn't put it down. I hope we don' t have to wait forever for the next one
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This book was definitely worth the wait! Dancer and Sumi are one of my favorite couples, and the "family" that is the Sentella is outstanding. We all need friends like these!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book! I hated to put it down & it has over 400 hundred pages.
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