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"Without question, this is one of the genre's most fascinating, distinctive, and mesmerizing paranormal series."—Romantic Times

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I was born the noble son of a legendary Roman senator. I walked through the ancient world as a general, admired and supreme until a brutal betrayal caused me to bargain my soul. Now I'm an immortal Dark-Hunter, bound to protect mankind from the evil scourge that ...

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Overview

"Without question, this is one of the genre's most fascinating, distinctive, and mesmerizing paranormal series."—Romantic Times

Hail Glorious Reader:

I was born the noble son of a legendary Roman senator. I walked through the ancient world as a general, admired and supreme until a brutal betrayal caused me to bargain my soul. Now I'm an immortal Dark-Hunter, bound to protect mankind from the evil scourge that haunts it. Over the centuries, I've seen many frightening things: plagues, pestilence, disco music...

And now Tabitha Devereaux. A human, she has trained herself to fight vampires every bit as capably as any Dark-Hunter. Idiosyncratic and off-beat, she is my personal bane-and yet she beguiles me. There are only two small problems. She happens to be the twin of my mortal enemy's wife. More than that, Tabitha and her sister are being stalked by a power that will not rest until everyone she holds dear is dead.

Unlike my Dark-Hunter brethren, I rely on no one but myself. They spurned me and I turned my back on them. But the only way to save Tabitha and her family is to find some way to bridge a two thousand-year-old feud.

They say opposites attract, but can they stay together when even the Fates conspire to keep them apart? Then again, the Fates have never dealt with the likes of Tabitha Devereaux before. They're going to be in for quite a fight...

—Valerius Magnus

"An entertaining thrill ride."—Publishers Weekly on Kiss of the Night

Visit Sherrilyn Kenyon's Web site at www.sherrilynkenyon.com and www.Dark-Hunter.com

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PRAISE FOR SHERRILYN KENYON

"Kenyon is the reigning queen of the vampire novel."—Barbara Vey, Publishers Weekly

“An engaging read.”—Entertainment Weekly on Devil May Cry

“Kenyon’s writing is brisk, ironic, sexy, and relentlessly imaginative. These are not your mother’s vampire novels.”—The Boston Globe on Dark Side of the Moon

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What do you get when you pair a vivacious female vampire hunter with a cool, punctilious immortal Dark-Hunter and pit them against a bunch of blood- and soul-sucking Daemons? This taut, rollicking romance from Kenyon (Kiss of the Night, etc.), who's fast becoming a grand dame of the paranormal romance arena. Steely Dark-Hunter Valerius Magnus and gutsy, wisecracking Tabitha Deveraux are two of Kenyon's most appealing creations. Brought together by a humorous twist of fate-Tabitha stabs Valerius, mistaking him for a Daemon-they light up every scene in which they're together. Unfortunately, their romance seems doomed. The husband of Tabitha's twin has a 2,000-year-old grudge against Valerius, many of Tabitha's friends hate him for atrocities he supposedly committed many years ago and a group of unusually powerful Daemons are intent on annihilating Tabitha, her sisters and anyone who stands in their way. Tabitha and Valerius are aided by Kenyon's familiar crew of Dark-Hunters and Dark-Hunter friends, including their enigmatic ringleader, Acheron, who is explored in more depth here than in the author's earlier novels. Though Kenyon doesn't skirt melodrama entirely with this tale-evidenced by the flashbacks to Valerius's unbelievably tortured past-she succeeds in offering a lively read containing her signature blend of brisk action, sensual thrills and light humor. (Jan.) Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312992439
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 12/28/2004
  • Series: Dark-Hunter Series , #6
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reissue
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 113,749
  • Product dimensions: 4.64 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.97 (d)

Meet the Author

Sherrilyn Kenyon

In the past two years, New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon has claimed the #1 spot twelve times, and since 2004, she has placed more than 50 novels on the New York Times list. This extraordinary bestseller continues to top every genre she writes. With more than 23 million copies of her books in print in over 30 countries, her current series include: The Dark-Hunters, The League, Lords of Avalon, BAD Agency, Chronicles of Nick and Nevermore. A preeminent voice in paranormal fiction, Kenyon helped pioneer and define the current paranormal trend that has captivated the world. She lives with her husband, three sons, a menagerie of animals and a collection of swords.

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Seize the Night


By Sherrilyn Kenyon

St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 0-312-99243-2


Chapter One

"I don't give a damn if they throw me down into the deepest, slimiest pit for eternity. I belong here and no one is going to make me leave. No one!" Tabitha Devereaux took a deep breath and struggled not to argue as she tried to pick the lock on her sister Selena's handcuffs that Selena had used to fasten herself to the wrought iron gate that surrounded the famed Jackson Square. Selena had hidden the key in her bra and Tabitha had no desire to search there for it. No doubt that would get them both arrested. Luckily there wasn't a big crowd on the street in the middle of October, right at dusk, but what people were there all stared at them as they passed by. Not that Tabitha cared. She was more than used to people looking at her and thinking her strange. Even insane. She prided herself on both. She also prided herself on being available to her friends and family in a crisis. And right now, big sister Selena was in an emotional turmoil second only to the time when Selena's husband Bill had been in a severe car wreck that had almost killed him. Tabitha fumbled with the lock. The last thing she wanted was to have her sister arrested. Again. Selena tried to push her away, but she refused to budge, so Selena bit her. Tabitha jumped back with a yelp as she shook her hand in an effort to relieve the pain. Completely unremorseful about it, Selena was sprawled on the cobbled steps that led into the Square in a pairof ripped jeans and a large navy sweater that obviously belonged to Bill. Selena's long, curly brown hair was braided and oddly sedate. No one would recognize Madame Selene as she was known to the tourists, except for the big sign Selena was holding that said, "Psychics have rights too." Ever since they had passed that stupid, asinine law that the psychics couldn't read cards in the Square for tourists anymore, Selena had been fighting it. Earlier, the police had forced her sister out of the Federal Building for protesting and so Selena had headed over here to chain herself to the gate not far from where she had once set up her card table for reading other people's futures. Too bad she couldn't see her own fate as clearly as Tabitha could if Selena didn't unhook herself from this blessed fence. Overwrought and angry, Selena kept waving her sign. There was no reasoning with her. But then Tabitha was used to that too. High emotions, obstinacy and insanity ran deep in their Cajun-Romanian family. "C'mon, Selena," she said, trying yet again to soothe her. "It's already dark. You don't want to be Daimon bait out here, do you?" "I don't care!" She sniffed and pouted. "They won't eat my soul anyway since I have no friggin' will to live. I just want my home back. This is my spot and I'm not leaving." She punctuated each of the last words with a pounding of her sign against the stones. "Fine." Sighing in disgust, Tabitha sat down near her, but not so close that Selena could bite her again. She wasn't about to leave her older sister out here alone. Especially since Selena was so upset. If the Daimons didn't get her, a mugger would. And so here the two of them sat like two immovable bumps on a log. Tabitha dressed all in black with her dark auburn hair pulled back into a silver barrette and Selena waving her sign at anyone who came near them on the Pedestrian Mall and urging them to sign her petition to change the law. "Hey, Tabby. What's up?" It was a rhetorical question. Tabitha waved at Bradley Gambieri, one of the docents who led a Vampire tour around the Quarter as Brad headed toward the tourist center to drop off more brochures. He didn't even pause as he passed by. But he did frown at Selena who called him an imaginative name because he didn't sign her petition. Good thing he knew them or he really might be offended. Tabitha and her sister knew most of the locals who frequented the Quarter. They had grown up here and had haunted the area around the Square since they had been young teenagers. Of course things had changed over the years. A few of the shops had come and gone. The Quarter was a good deal safer these days than it had been in the late nineteen eighties and early nineties. However some things were the same. The bakery, Café Pontalba, Café Du Monde and Corner Café were in the same place. The tourists still gathered in the Square to ogle the cathedral and the colorful natives who passed by ... and the vampires and muggers still stalked the streets looking for easy victims. The hair on the back of her neck rose. Tabitha moved her hand instinctively to the hidden sheath in her boot that concealed a three inch stiletto as she scanned the thinning October crowd around her. For the last thirteen years, Tabitha had been a self-styled vampire slayer. She was also one of the few humans in New Orleans who actually knew what went on in this town after dark. She was scarred inside and out from her battles with the damned. And she had sworn her life to making sure that none of them ever hurt anyone else on her watch. It was an oath she took seriously and she would kill anyone or anything she had to. But as her gaze found the tall, exotically erotic man sporting a black backpack coming around the corner of the Presbytere building, she relaxed. It'd been a couple of months since he'd last been in town. In truth, she'd missed him a lot more than she should have. Against her will and common sense, she'd let Acheron Parthenopaeus worm his way into her guarded heart. But then Ash was a hard man not to adore. His long, sensuous gait was impossible to ignore and every female, except for the distraught Selena, in the Square was held transfixed by his presence. They all paused to watch him walk by. It was impossible not to. He was compelling and sexy in a way very few men were. He held an aura that was dangerous and wild and by his slow, languorous moves, it was obvious that he would be incredible in bed. It was something you just knew intrinsically when you saw him and it rippled through your body like hot, seductive chocolate. Standing six feet eight, Ash always stood out in a crowd. Like her, he was dressed all in black. His Godsmack t-shirt was a bit large and untucked, but even so it didn't detract from that fact that Ash was seriously ripped. And his custom-made leather pants cupped a butt so prime, it begged for a groping. Not that she ever would. An undefinable air about him warned people to keep their hands to themselves if they wanted to keep breathing. She smiled as she noted his boots. Ash had a thing for German Goth clothing. Tonight he had on a pair of black biker boots that had nine vampire bat buckles going up the length of them. He wore his long black hair loose and flowing around his shoulders. It was a perfect drape for a face that was eerily pretty and yet wholly masculine. Flawless. There was something about Ash that made every hormone in her body stand up and pant for more. Yet for all his sexual attractiveness, there was also an aura so dark and deadly that it kept her from ever thinking of him as anything more than a friend. And he was a friend ever since she had met him at her twin sister Amanda's wedding three years ago. Since then, they had crossed paths repeatedly as he visited New Orleans and helped her keep watch against the city's predators. Now he was a regular part of her family, especially since he often stayed at her twin sister's house and was, in fact, the godfather for her twin sister's daughter. He stopped beside her and cocked his head. With his dark sunglasses on, Tabitha couldn't tell if he was looking at her or Selena. But it was obvious he was bemused by the two of them. "Hey, gorgeous babe," Tabitha said. She smiled as she realized his t-shirt paid tribute to the Godsmack song Vampires. How strangely apropos since Ash was an immortal who came equipped with his own set of fangs. "Nice shirt." Ignoring her compliment, he pulled the black backpack off his shoulder and flipped his sunglasses up to show his eerie, swirling silver eyes that seemed to flash in the darkness. "How long has Selena been handcuffed to the fence?" "About half an hour. I figured I'd hang out with her and keep her from becoming a Daimon-kabob." "I wish," Selena muttered. She raised her voice and slung her arms wide. "Here I am, vampires, come and end my misery!" Tabitha and Ash exchanged a half-amused, half-irritated look at her dramatics. Ash moved to sit down beside Selena. "Hi Lanie," he said quietly as he kept the backpack at his feet. "Go away, Ash. I'm not leaving here until they repeal their law. I belong in this Square. I was raised here." Ash nodded in understanding. "Where's Bill?" "He's a traitor!" Selena snarled. Tabitha answered the question. "He's probably at the courthouse holding ice to a private area after Selena racked him and accused him of being 'the man who is holding her down.'" Ash's face softened as if the thought amused him. "He deserved it," Selena said defensively. "He told me that the law is the law and that I had to obey it. Screw that. I'm not going anywhere until they change it." "Guess I'll be here for awhile," Tabitha said wistfully. "You can make them repeal the law," Selena said, turning toward Ash. "Can't you?" Ash leaned back against the fence. "Don't get too close to her, Ash," Tabitha warned. "She's been known to bite." "That makes two of us," he said with a hint of humor in his voice as his fangs flashed. "But I somehow think my bite might hurt a little more." "You're not funny," Selena said sullenly. Ash draped an arm over Selena's shoulder. "C'mon, Lane. You know it's not going to change anything for you to stay here. Sooner or later a cop will come by-" "And I'll assault him." Ash tightened his hold on her. "You can't assault them for doing their job." "Yes I can!" Still, he managed to remain calm while dealing with the Queen of Hysteria. "Is that really what you want to do?" "No. I want my stand back," Selena said, her voice breaking from her grief and pain. Tabitha's own chest was tight in sympathetic agony for her. "I wasn't hurting anyone by having a table here. This is my space. I've had my stand right here in this spot since 1986! It's so not fair for them to make me leave because those stupid artists are jealous. Who wants one of their crappy paintings of the Quarter anyway? They're stupid. What's New Orleans without her psychics? Just another boring, rundown tourist town, that's what!" Ash held her sympathetically. "Times change, Selena. Believe me, I know, and sometimes there's nothing you can do about it except to let it go. No matter how much you want to stop time, it has to go forward and move on to something else." Tabitha heard the sadness in his voice as he spoke comfortingly to her sister. Ash had been alive for more than eleven thousand years. He remembered New Orleans back in the days when it had barely qualified as a town. For that matter, he probably remembered New Orleans before any kind of civilization had claimed it. If anyone knew about change, it was Acheron Parthenopaeus. Ash wiped the tears from Selena's face and angled her chin so that she was staring at the building across the street from them. "You know, that building is up for sale. Madame Selene's Tarot Reading and Mystical Boutique. Can you imagine it?" Selena snorted at that. "Yeah, right. Like I can afford it. Have you any idea what the real estate here goes for?" Ash shrugged. "Money's not a problem for me. Say the word and it's yours." Selena blinked at him as if she couldn't believe what he was offering her. "Really?" He nodded. "You could put a sign up right here that points people to your brand new store where you can read cards to your heart's content." Finally seeing a solution to her sister's temporary dementia and grateful to Ash for it, Tabitha sat forward so that she could look at Selena. "You've always said you'd like to be someplace where it can't rain you out." Selena cleared her throat as she considered it. "It would be nice to look out from the building instead of into it." "Yeah," Tabitha said. "You'd no longer freeze in the winter or blister in the summer. Climate control all year long. No more wheeling your cart up here and setting up the table and chairs. You could even have a Lazy Boy in the backroom and carry all sorts of Tarot card decks. Tia would be jealous as all get out since she's been wanting a shop closer to the Square. Think about it." "You want it?" Ash asked. Selena nodded enthusiastically. Ash pulled out his cell phone and dialed a number. "Hey Bob," he said after a brief pause. "This is Ash Parthenopaeus. There's a building for sale on St. Anne's in Jackson Square ... yeah that one. I want it." He offered a close-lipped smile to Selena. "No, I don't need to see it. Just have the keys out here in the morning." He pulled the phone aside. "What time can you meet him here, Selena?" "Ten?" He repeated it into the phone. "Yeah and make the deed out to Selena Laurens. I'll swing by tomorrow afternoon and handle the payment. All right. Have a good one." Ash hung up the phone and returned it to his pocket. Selena smiled up at him. "Thank you." "No problem." The instant he stood up, the handcuff fell free of the gate and Selena's arm. Jeez, that man had some fearsome powers. Tabitha just wasn't sure which was more impressive. The one that broke the handcuff off Selena without a scratch or the one that allowed him to drop a couple of million dollars without blinking. He held his hand out to Selena and helped her to her feet. "Just make sure you carry a lot of bright, shiny things for Simi to buy whenever we're here." Tabitha laughed at the mention of Ash's demon ... something ... Tabitha still didn't know if Simi was Ash's girlfriend or what. The two of them had a very odd relationship. Simi demanded and Ash gave without hesitation. Unless it involved Simi killing and eating someone. Those were the only times she'd ever seen Ash put his foot down with the demon he kept secret from most of his Dark-Hunters. The only reason Tabitha even knew about Simi was that the demon often joined them for movies. For some reason, Ash really loved the cinema and Tabitha had been going to see movies with him for the last two years. His favorites were horror and action flicks. Meanwhile the Simi was a most unusual and discriminating being who made him sit through "girl" movies that often left Ash groaning. "Where is the Simster tonight?" Tabitha asked. Ash brushed his hand over the dragon tattoo on his forearm. "She's hanging around. But it's too early for her. She doesn't like to be out and about until at least nine."

Continues...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2010

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    The Best!!!

    This is one of my favorite from Sherrilyn Kenyon. You immediately fall in love with Val, and Tabitha. Val is a sexy, Roman warrior who falls head over heels for the crazy, ball of fun Tabitha. What more could you want when you have a sexier than sin Roman warrior, and an eccentric, ball of fun woman, named Tabitha. There is love is something I think everyone deserves. For some reason this one book touched me the most, expect for Acheron. I recommend it to anyone looking for the perfect romance.

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  • Posted September 17, 2012

    This is by far my favorite book in the series so far. I am read

    This is by far my favorite book in the series so far. I am reading them in order.
    It was suspensful, the many of the main characters were in it and a major part of the
    plot. All the men in this series are drama magnets. I think that's what I like about them.
    Usually it's the women who are in that situation. I am not going to kiss and tell...
    read it for yourself...... : )

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 23, 2012

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    I loved this book in the series but I also cried as lives were l

    I loved this book in the series but I also cried as lives were lost in this book, but it also brings alot of things together from the begining books. I have read this book and others over and over again.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 21, 2012

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    Fabulous Read :)

    I only need to say five little words - "I absolutely love this series!" OMG - I cannot get enough of the Dark-Hunters. Keep them coming and I'll keep reading them. Love! :)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 10, 2011

    One of the best!

    I really enjoyed reading this one! It has all of the elements of the dark hunter series that you love but I also found it to be more humorous. Tabitha is wild one and Val is straight laced but they fit together. You will end up rooting for them even though there is major issue with them being together.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 25, 2011

    Must read!

    Tabitha and Valerian are two of my absolute favorite characters. I read this all the time!

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  • Posted July 24, 2011

    Good Read

    I just finished reading both Zarek and valerius stories and i could not put them down excellent reading lovee Seize the night and Sins of the night

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  • Posted June 24, 2011

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    A MUST MUST MUST READ !!

    Okay, I haven't exactly read all the books in the series leading up to this one (1-5), just 2 (Night Pleasures) & 4 (Dance With The Devil). However, this one is my favoriteeee of them all. I was absolutely in love with Kyrian & Amanda so when I read that they were going to be in this book I had to read it. Then I found myself falling in love with Tabitha and Valerius more. I felt like they fell in love kinda early into the book, but then I realized that it was because he wasn't as guarded as other Dark Hunters I've read before. He didn't let his past affect him in the present as much as the others. The pace was perfect, found out a lot more about Archeon (whom I love), and the adorable Simi made me literally laugh out loud. I could go on forever, I loved it & highly recommend it for anyone looking for a good read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 17, 2011

    Good, but by no means a masterpeice.

    For what they are, the dark hunter series are fun reads, but if you're looking for more depth, search elsewere. Pretty sexy though ;)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 5, 2011

    EXCELLENT

    I have read the series from the beginning and this is the 6th book. This one was by far my favorite. I love all the books in the series, but this one was hands down my favorite! I loved the characters, plot, romance, action and lovers who are each others match from start to finish. Great book!!!

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  • Posted December 13, 2010

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    A Series you won't regret reading

    What can you say when you have read 6-8 some in order some not, of a series that has yet to disappoint. Again, Kenyon develops new charcters, ties them with previous one, brings in human non-immortal dark huntress, a brother to a previous dark hunter turned God. What I can say is that each of these tourtured souls, find love and acceptance that they never dreamed possible and put the past behind them. Kenyon has a hell of a series here and I can't wait to read on.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 30, 2010

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    I Keep Going Back for Kenyon

    It's happened! It's official! The more books I read in this series, the more books I want to continue reading in this series! Tabitha, who we met in former books, has rooted herself in my heart as one of my favorite characters (Ash is still #1, of course). Her interaction with Valerius is really endearing. Valerius warmed me with his cold outer shell. This book may be the turning point as many, many unpredictable things happen that overwhelm you. You will race to get the next book to see what else is coming. This is a great series!

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  • Posted August 22, 2010

    Loved Tabby

    Seize The Night
    Valerius was born into a noble family. He was taught that kindness was a weakness and his brothers delivered the final blow to him, when they killed him. There was no one in his human life that cared for him and he found he had even less friends and loved ones in his dark hunter life. For years he tried to avoid those who his family had hurt, wail he was human, but now in the same city with the man his grandfather crucified and the brother he who endured unimaginable torture by their father for his acts of kindness toward his brother; whom at the time he only knew as a slave, only learn he is his brother. All of this made him a bit stand offish, and he was hated by almost all the dark hunters and their squires. He never pictured anything good to come of his life, till he met Tabitha.
    Tabitha was wild, unrefined, stubborn, and sassy to boot all wrapped up in a warriors body. None had ever drawn him as she did everything that annoyed him about her only drew him closer to her. She was like no woman he even met. He knew he couldn't keep her, but he couldn't let her go. He met her family and was astonished with the love and devotion her sister had for each other. Then he learns that Tabitha was the twin sister to Amanda the wife of Kyrian. Kyrain was a great warrior; his grandfather saw as a challenge; then slept with Kyrians wife and turned her against him. Then after he had taken his wife in from of him Valerius's grandfather crucified Kyrian in front of everyone. If this was not a large enough blow to Kyrian, Valerius was the spitting image of his grandfather. He knew right away this was trouble; he could be the cause of her family hardships but again he couldn't let her go.
    All petty differences aside everyone is going to have to work together there is a war on new Orleans and the Daimons were winning. There are so many deaths the council is having trouble hiding them all. The target of all the madness is Tabitha, Amanda and Kyrian. Somehow they need to all work together and save everyone wail keeping each other safe.
    I liked this book I think Tabitha had a lot of fire. I really liked her personality. Valerius is sexy in his own way , but really it was Tabby who made this story happen . Val was very funny to tease and I loved how he just didn't get it sometimes. But the best was when Tabby stuck up for him, she knew she seen a good person and he needed protecting, maybe even from himself. I am very much enjoying this series. Stephanie had me read this first one a while back and I have gotten a bit busy but I'm focused now I want to finish this series I have get to read one I didn't like. This one is not my favorite but I did enjoy it and I loved how almost all the dark hunters were in it for at least a few minutes, I miss them after I'm done with their books. I was happy with the ending and I think you will be to
    My Rating:31/2

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  • Posted July 27, 2010

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    You go girl!

    I loved, loved, and loved this book! In this one we finally get to see a story about Tabitha who I've been interested in since she first appeared in book 2. I love that she knows what she wants and is not scared about what people think about her. I never would have thought her and Val would have been pared up but I'm glad for it. This installment had me laughing out loud many times and I mean out loud, I was in the park reading so I got a few weird looks. Not only that though this particular book had it all as far as the emotional spectrum goes at one point my eyes watered very real tears. This one will remain in my home library and it deservers all the 5 stars I gave.

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  • Posted March 18, 2010

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    Seize indeed!

    Oh my, my, my! I was so looking forward to reading this book as Val was involved and was "getting involved" with Amanda's twin, Tabitha. I was soooo looking forward to the family drama reaction of this occurring and I have to say I was pleasantly pleased. It was a nice twist to see someone so outspoken such as Tabitha to end up with some one so hell bent on being "proper" such as Val. This match just goes to show that maybe opposites do, in fact, attract.
    I also love how Zarek and Kyrian found out the truth about Val in this and sort of cut him some slack.
    Interesting addition to the DH's, and no, I'm not going to spoil it and tell you the name of who joins, although I have to say I think it is a nice addition, just not under the circumstances in which he was brought over.
    I think SK is doing a great job at introducing bits and pieces of Ash into the story lines and just what he truly is. And who would of thought that Simi would be interested in what she did....again, not spoiling it for you.
    Overall a really good read, and this book shows that SK is definitely making the plot to these stories good and is anything other than predictable. I enjoy this series even more so than the first couple of books.

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  • Posted February 25, 2010

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    <3 A Great book in a Great Series <3

    I highly recomend this book to all that like Paranormal Romance, with emphasis on the romance. The entire collection of about 26 books is in my permanent library. As always in a long series some are better than others and I enjoyed them all.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2010

    Dark-Hunters

    Anyone who has not read Sherrilyn Kenyon dont know what they are missing.

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  • Posted January 12, 2010

    Absolutely a Must Have!

    I've read all of the Dark Hunter's series. I've laughed and cried through these stories. Can't put them down and find myself reading until the book is finished, late into the night. I'm waiting for More! Alas! If writing a book would be a simple as reading. Thank you so much Sherrilyn Kenyon! You are my hero!

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  • Posted October 3, 2009

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    Tugs at your hearstrings and thrills you

    It is a touching story that tugs at your hearstrings. It includes Zarek, and pulls you in and makes you feel for Zarek and Valerius, and makes you want to kick Valerius in the butt for being so stubborn, but aren't they all. It is funny and thrilling, with danger mixed in. Good read, with a great ending. It also gives you more insight into Acheron.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2014

    Awsome read!!!

    Awsome read!!!

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