This book tied up a lot of loose ends. it gives you a lot of information you need to understand the Dark Hunter world.
It might be that she proves herself to be a strong determined women in a curvier shape that makes this my favorite of all this series. Or it might be that of all the different ways Kenyon's Heroes and their ladies come together this just rings true to my ears. Either way I've read the book over and over and listened to the audio twice.
I love the story between Vain and Bride it makes you laugh out loud she is so funny and Vain is so seriously in love.
5 stars is i love and i will read agani and again. 1 is i hate and i never want to hear about it ever again. YES = :))) - NO= :'(
First of all, i'm reading these books because they have a good plot, i like the idea of having all these gods around, it makes a good story.
Each book i read, including this one, was a good book.... but i'm just freaking tired from all the sex scenes in these books... i know that i'm at book 4 and still more than 10 to go.. but still.. having each book talking primarily about how incredibly sexy someone is or how hot the other is... its just boring afterwards.
so ya, i'm reading tese books for the plot and to know what wil happen in the future for all o these characters including Acheron.
This book what i liked about it is that it showed and dove into the life of one of the characters who was there in the 2nd book and is not a dark hunter who will ask for his soul back in the end of the book.
I love to read about men with animal instincts and the normal women they fall in love with (not the perfect size 3 chicks). Try to save brother, fight off crazy parents, and convince his love to stay with him in his world. Okay yes it was longer than 3 words.
II'll pass on this question.
He sounds the same in all of them and he does a good job. One of the reasons I continue to listen to this series instead of reading it.
I'm so hooked on this series. So far this is my favorite book. I love how all the characters work together. Fred Berman does a wonderful job narrating.
Give me Vane!!!!
I loved that the main female character was not stick-thin but close to my own body type-a size 18. I'm so tired that all the female leads are so short (5'4" or under)-what happened to 5'6" women and anyone over size 6. Full figured gals are always overlooked or in a secondary role. They aren't worthy of a look by the handsome, hunky, leading male- much less being enamored and adored over or (God forbid!) sexy! Ok I had my soapbox moment. I LOVE VANE KATTALAKIS!! We were introduced to him in Night Embrace when he was guarding Sunshine and Bride bought an art piece done by Sunshine. Vane was instantly captivated by Bride. Vane is a drop-dead gorgeous, hunk of a man(wolf). He meets Bride again in her shop and is moved by her sadness over a breakup. He wants her to be happy even though his situation is more serious(he and his brother are being hunted to death; his brother, Fang, is trapped in wolf form and is in a coma from the last attempt on their lives). Vane considers her beautiful and buys an expensive necklace to cheer her up. Vane is a were hunter, rich, handsome, muscular, hunky, magical being who loves Bride for the lovely, kind person that she is. After they have sex, they find out that they are fated to be mates-according to his laws. If Vane doesn't convince Bride in two weeks to be his mate-he will be rendered impotent until SHE dies(were-hunter law gives the female the decision to either take the male as a mate or not). He now has to 'woo' her as well as tell her about what he really is-not human like her. Vane does this while dealing with everything else in his life and he now has to protect Bride because other were hunters could smell her as Vane's mate. In effect, she is in danger because of him. I liked how Vane protected Bride whether it was other were hunters or her ex-boyfriend or HIS family.
There was the scene when they first had sex- but the most hysterical was when Bride'sfriend, Tabitha, was being told by her sister Amanda and her husband about Vane's true identity in the kitchen while Vane and Bride were in the living room. You could hear Tabitha's voice screaming "Whaddaya mean he's a dog!!"
When Bride realised how she truly felt about Vane from the fact that he would abide her decision on whether they become mates or not. Vane's care of her and the way that he got along with her family and how he fought(physically) his family when she was in danger.
Although I loved this story and Mr. Berman's narration-I felt that Bride's voice shouldn'thave been southern. I understand that it takes place in New Orleans-but that's just my opinion.
The down to earthness of the heroine....
besides the descriptiveness of the sex scenes...lol...the main female character is my favorite in this series so far...her family is amazing and her way of thinking and values...
when they go to Bride's families house for Thanksgiving dinner...
I could have...