Okay, I would rate this book truly a four stars, which is great for me, but I see the only other rater gave it a 1 and I think that is unfair. I am a..Show More »bout tired of the same old-same old in the Dark Hunter series, even though, I do generally check them out at the library. I loved Acheron and there are a lot of other good Dark Hunter ones mixed in there, too, but some here lately have just not seen anything new and a little boring. If you like Kenyon, I believe you will enjoy this one, too.
I don't like that the narrator is male. If your main character is female then it makes sense to me to have a female narrator. This was the case In..Show More » the first book. Also the narrator pronounces some of the words differently than in book 1.
The only trouble I have with this series, and it's not the writer's fault, but when it's a year between each book then it takes you a long while to pi..Show More »ece together the who, what and why of the story. This is definitely not a stand alone book as you will be hopelessly lost and you'll miss 2 other great books in the series.
But that said, it was thoroughly enjoyable with great characters from Bks 1 & 2 and the relationship between Evalle, Storm and Isaak is coming to a head. Lots of action, ultimatums, promises, betrayals and disappointments as the story moves you along to the next level. Slight romance - would have liked more.