You are the sum of what you read!
Talon is an immortal that can only emerge from his home after dark. Sunshine is a human that loves the daylight. Can they merge their completely different lifestyles?
Talon, thousands of years old, finds that he cannot leave Sunshine defenseless when his enemies target her. She is a bright light in his otherwise dark world and when they stay together for her protection, her inquisitive nature and gentle stubbornness frustrates and attracts him.
Mardi Gras is coming and the enemy is out in full force hunting for Sunshine.
Can he keep her safe while the enemies of the Dark-Hunters are determined to kill her?
The narrator pours on a Georgia accent so thick and syrupy you have to remind yourself that the story is in Louisana. Then she tries her version of a Gaelic accent. She isn't just bad -- she's horrendous! It's like listening to a native of the Hindu tongue trying to imitate a Scotsmen. If a narrator can't do accents believably and well, they shouldn't do them at all.
I enjoy these goofy, wackadoodle, rewrite mythology, bend it to urban fantasy romances. They are fun and light hearted with a touch of adventure to keep the love story moving. Sherrilyn Kenyon likes to make their childhood or young adulthood traumatic -- and that is a bit overly repetitive, but the humour and romance compensate well. Light listening. If you take your mythology of monsters and gods seriously, avoid these stories.
Sherrilyn Kenyon yes, Carrington MacDuffie no. Sherrilyn needs to cut out of her books her porn addiction and rely on her story telling skills. Carrington needs to stick with woman voices only.
Not the right narrator for this book or series.
I love the dark hunters but Sunshine is the best. I could be her friend and have so much fun with her.
Red hair with a big head and an even bigger ego.
Vampiric steamy romance
I personally just love the scale of Sherri's world. Seeing characters from her other novels make cameos and play into the current story is so freaking cool! Honestly, I am a fan of the steamy scenes, but I already really enjoy the humorous parts. There's a particular moment in which Talon gets into a naked situation he can't easily get out of...at least not without telling his friends.
Yes, but because of life responsibilities it was over several days. Worth every second.
Say something about yourself!
Talon hes romantic and completely in love!
She does a good job but not my favorite pick.
Wouldn't make it a film.
Like most of her books at first I have a hard time getting into the characters, but towards the middle of the book I love them.