My only complaint was that it was too short, I never want the book to end. I need more. I wait, what seems like forever for the next Dark Hunter book to arrive, and just that quickly I have read it and am waiting all over again. Lots of familiar players make appearances, I have missed them all, especially Simi. Dev is so funny I was laughing out loud, I completely get his sense of humor. And the plot thickens, what will Stryker do now? And what in the world is going on with Nick? Kenyon leaves us with so many questions, but that is what keeps us hooked and pacing around the mailbox waiting for the next book. I don't want to give any secrets away, so if you are a true Dark Hunter junkie....run to the bookstore and pick up a copy, I am keeping mine for my collection.
Once again Sherrilyn Kenyon has written an awesome book in the Dark Hunter Series. Each title I've read has always had the flair for who ever the main story was about, but the crew was all there. Picking up one of her titles is like having an outing with old friends. You know they're there because they're needed. I enjoyed it. I had been impatiently waiting for a copy and was in no way disappointed.
While I really like Sherrilyn Kenyon's books, her more recent ones have not been up to par. I liked No Mercy but felt that it could have been better.
Because the DH universe is so massive now, where you get snippets of all the different plots and sub-plots in each episode any attempt to do this is going to be a failure, at least literarily.
The romance between Sam and Dev suffered immensely because of characters coming out the woodwork. Had time been spent on Sam and Dev's back stories and not squandered on the history of the DH universe, I might have felt something more for them at the end.
I like to call this: "How stupid would I have to be?" Yeah, I feel that way every time I close a lackluster DH book to anxiously wait for the next one.
This is my favorite in the series thus far. An easy read and witty characters.
Definitely unputdownable. After the disappointed that was Stryker's story, I'm glad that Sherrilyn is back with her classic best. The stakes kep getting higher and higher for everyone in the DH worldand more and more secrets are getting spilled as great buildup for future books. Can't wait to read Redemption next year!