Then she gets talked into adopting a cat she's allergic to. Her first thought is to neuter the cat. But when he turns out to be a gorgeous shapeshifting man who claims to be an immortal vampire slayer she thinks: not so fast. Next thought: seek professional help.
Susan doesn't know what to believe, but as she's drawn into a paranormal world, she comes to realize that the story that could bring her credibility is too unbelievable to expose. Now it's no longer a question of bringing the truth to her readers, it's a matter of saving lives and souls, and her only ally is a man she's allergic to.
In the world of the Dark-Hunters, it's always dangerous. But never more so than when one very human woman can shatter their entire world with just one story. The only question is...will she? Dark Side of the Moon is full of Sherrilyn Kenyon's trademark sexy humor and breathtaking imagination.
Love in vein: listen to another Dark-Hunter novel.
©2006 Sherrilyn Kenyon; (P)2006 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers, LLC
"A delicious balance of suspense and sensuality." (Publishers Weekly)
"Poignant yet action-driven romance." (Booklist)
I've read all of Sherrilyn Kenyon's books, so let me first say that the story isn't what disappointed me (although it wasn't her best work, it was enjoyable and moved the DH universe along at the pace I've come to appreciate).... it was the performance and the abridgement of the work which were severely lacking in my opinion. I absolutely would not recommend wasting your time with this one - just buy the book and take the six hours or so to read it yourself. That way you'll get the whole story without the weird gaps which tend to detract from this production. I also felt the performance was quite jarring and the voice wasn't right for the characters.
I have certainly recommended the book, but I do not recommend the audiobook.
it was jarring, too breathy, sometimes lisping and sometimes harsh, making it difficult to stay in the story.
Was about another warehunter
I don't remember.
Not really, but because it was so short it only toke me the a little while because I lissien to them at work.
Ok here it is, I love the series...although sometimes I feel like the only guy that like's the dark hunter books although I just started lissing to them like a month or so ago because of the Chronicles of Nick. But I did like the store and did feel rused because of the "ABRIDGED" part and really wished it was unabridged so I can get the full story....it was kind of a let down for audible.com :/....maybe I will just order the CD off amazon. But other then the shortness, I loved it.
I have to say that when I heard the change in narrators, I was caught off guard but kept listening because I am in love with the series. However, I just couldn't get into this book. I found myself not listening to the story and that never happens when I listen to this series. Not sure if it was the story line or the narrator.
For the short amount of time (4 hrs 39 mins) that I was given, yes. I was surprised to see a book so far into this series be an abridged recording and that is why the Overall rating is low.
Of course, I have listen to most of the Dark Hunter Series, all of the Belador series, and I plan on listening to The League series and Chronicles of Nick.
Not really a follow up...just an UNABRIDGED audiobook option.
I usually don't write reviews, but I thought somehow the powers that be will see this and say "ok she has a good point".
Considering Kenyon's Menyon base is quite large, why in the world did a decision maker just randomly decide, "hey this is book number 9 in this wildly popular series we are going to abridge this book." I mean really. I have listened to all of the Dark Hunter books thus far and love them and not because they are romance novels. I love mythology and everything that goes along with it. So now to get the rest of the story I will have to buy the book again in print :(
I love the Dark Hunter Series, but there is simply too much detail in each of the books to abridge one of them. I was really disappointed with how much was cut out of the story, and the narrator wasn't nearly as good as the usual one, Fred Berman. I'd recommend that you read this one, and not waste time listening to the abridged version-you'll enjoy it so much more!
yes...there was some important information about Nick and other characters...
the new findings on characters..
it is hard to get used to a new reader after listening to another for a while...this lady wasn't as good with the different accents....
Dark secrets will be revealed...or....The changes one makes for love...
Sherrilyn, yes, Maggi, no
One that was not included in the audio abridged version
She had a very annoying voice
Trust me, this book has been butchered enough, and anyone who follows the series would agree that integral parts were cut from the audio. As an editor, I'd put them back...
yes, PLEASE....Re-do this audio book UNABRIDGED, with Holter Graham or Fred Burman, who have done the rest of the series....
Addicted to Audible.
The fact that it was abridged was bad, it was made worse because the book was very choppy and not enjoyable. Terrible job. In addition the narration was horrible! I have listened in order to all the books in this series up to this point. I have enjoyed them all. I will continue to listen but not with this narrator and never again an abridged version. I DID not finish the book. It was that bad.
I am not sure it was the writing of this book that was bad. I have not read the printed work. I suspect the original unabridged version was as wonderful as her other books.
I just could relate to this narrator, it took away from and already choppy and abridged book.
Disappointment , the other books were so good. I would skip this audio version and read it.
Love the SERIES!!! Just pass this one and keep going =)
Wow, this book was fantastic however I felt I needed more than the base story. Very happy to see Nick was back.
this book had more potential, it started out great in my mind, good characters but the story never really turned into much. The scenarios were just a teeny bit predictable in my mind, but all in all it was enjoyable for a lazy sunday afternoon read.
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