From No.1 NEW YORK TIMES bestseller Sherrilyn Kenyon comes the next blockbuster in her Dark-Hunter world.
As a Dream-Hunter, Lydia has been charged with the most sacred and dangerous of missions. She's to descend into the Nether Realm and find the missing god of dreams before he betrays secrets that could kill all of them. What she never expects is to be taken prisoner by the Realm's most vicious guardian.
Seth's time is running out. If he can't hand over the entrance to Olympus, then his own life and those of his people will be forfeit. No matter the torture, he hasn't been able to break the god in his custody. But when a rescuer appears, he decides to try a new tactic. If he can win her to their cause, then he can save all their lives.
When these two lock wills, one of them must give. Lydia isn't just guarding the gates of Olympus, she's holding back the darkest of powers from the earth itself. If she fails, an ancient evil will roam the earth once more and no one will be safe. But evil is always seductive . . .
Dark Hunter Series Part 2
As with all book series', it does have it's downfalls. There are so many characters intertwined with each other's stories, it can honestly be hard to keep up with who's who, sometimes. In my case, I had to go back over the earlier books, whenever someone was mentioned in the story, who had not been as popular in the previous books. With all the characters you have to keep up with, it was actually pretty hard to remember some of them when they were later mentioned. Another downfall is that in the first few books, the main characters seem to be set, that each were getting their own story in the series. Then Sherrilyn introduced more main characters, writing stories for them, rather than the mains that were already present, much to some fans chagrin. Apart from those ups and downs, the Dark Hunter series really is a must read. As reviewed by Aimee Doumergue
Dark Hunter Series Part 1
I'll start by saying I've really enjoyed this series, so far. Just a few pages into the first book, and I was hooked. This series has a way of captivating the readers very quickly. If there was a single word to describe Sherrilyn's writing, it would be majestic. The adjectives used match the situation marvellously. The action scenes in this series are very entertaining. Each of the actions scenes are worded believeably, and always with just the right amount of humour thrown in. Another thing I adore, is that Sherrilyn does not create her characters perfectly in this series. They all have some sort of flaw, that makes the book that much more realistic, and a better read. Not all the women in it are described like models, and not all the men are otherworldly handsome, like most romances. It's something that would make readers, who have their own insecurities, feel more comfortable with the story, knowing the perfect woman isn't always with the perfect guy. Reviewed by Aimee D.