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Sunday, August 9, 2009

155) Bad Moon Rising by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Fang Kattalakis is a Were-Hunter and is devoted to his family. He is the brother of two of the most powerful members of the Omegrion the ruling council that enforces the laws of the lyncanthropes. There are other Weres but the species don't like to mix. So when Fang falls for a member of the Bear clan he knows he has to try and forget her.

Aimee is also falling for Fang. She can't stop thinking about him and runs to his aid when he needs her. They know they can never be together but when war breaks out they both have to choose sides. So when Aimee is accused of betraying her people there is only one person who believes in her. Fang goes against everything to save the woman he loves just like she did for him.

Another Dark-Hunter book, another enjoyable read. Nineteen books into the series it doesn't look like the series will ever come to an end. To be honest...I don't care! If Sherrilyn keeps writing them I will keep reading them and if she keeps writing them well she can keep going forever as far as I am concerned.

However there is one downside to this series. Things are started to get complicated. Who is with who? Was that the one who did that? and other questions kept popping into my head as I was reading. With nineteen books and so many characters and events, it is hard to keep track of everything that has happened and how it tangles into the latest story.

A little moan, that is specific to this book, is the lack of Dark-Hunters. This story was more Were-Hunter related and there was a serious lack of the guys we have all come to know and love. They were there, just not present enough for my liking and certainly not out in full force. Although who cares? The series is amazing and there are certainly more books to come. Any fan of the Dark-Hunters will enjoy this latest installment and love finally getting to know more about the Sanctuary and the Bear clan who run it.

If you haven't had the pleasure of trying out this series yet then I suggest you do. This is also a great series to recommend to people who want to try out something paranormal but don't fancy the typical vampire or werewolf angle. Dark-Hunters are unique and out of this world. I wouldn't want to be without them.

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