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Kiss of the Night (Dark-Hunter Novels (Paperback)) Mass Market Paperback – 30 Apr 2004

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: St Martin's Press (30 April 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312992416
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312992415
  • Product Dimensions: 10.4 x 2.7 x 17.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,041,684 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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PRAISE FOR SHERRILYN KENYON

"Kenyon is the reigning queen of the vampire novel."--Barbara Vey, "Publishers Weekly"

"An engaging read."--"Entertainment Weekly "on "Devil May Cry"

"Kenyon's writing is brisk, ironic, sexy, and relentlessly imaginative. These are not your mother's vampire novels."--"The Boston Globe "on "Dark Side of the Moon"

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Kenyon's award-winning Dark-Hunter series offer readers a world full of dark and dangerous heroes, feisty heroines and a richly imagined mythology - utterly unputdownable --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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This is the forth Dark Hunter novel and is the most explosive yet. It is the story of Wulf(who u may remember from Night Embrace) and Cassandra who is a very unlikley heroine as she also happens to be part Apollite.
Cassandra expects like the rest of her people that she will die on her twenty seventh birthday. But she really knows very little about her mothers people except they seem to think killing her will make their problems go away. One night when their decided to attack her Wulf steps in.
Simple enough for him save the lady and leave. No one ever remembers him five minutes after he leaves anyway except this was one lady he could not get out of his mind. She isnt forgetting like the rest and when he learns tthat when she dies so too do the sun and life. Well now things get interesting as he has got to protect the daughter of a race he is sworn to kill.
This book has to be SK best yet full of the unexpected plot twists and secrets slowly being revealed this is one book you wont want to miss. SK has just put a whole new turn on vampire romance. All your favorite characters from the other dark hunter books make a return and you learn a few new things about Ash.
If you have not read the others in the Dark Hunter set do so or this book wont really make much sense. SKs characters are so vivid and alive in every book that she can take any secondary chracter and give them a whole story of their own with out ever leaving the one before.
Thank you SK for another keeper.
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Cassandra's life is definitely not that of a normal 26 year old college student. Being half Apollite she is destined to die a horrible and extremely painful death on her 27th birthday due in only 8 months time. It also transpires that she is the last surviving member of the line of Apollo (the Sun God) - should she die childless the Sun literally dies with her.
Unfortunately staying alive proves difficult as a race of Daimons believe their own curse will be lifted should she die.

Hunted all her life Cass has witnessed the deaths of her mother, sisters and bodyguards at a young age and only her own formidable fighting skills and those of her latest bodyguard Kat have kept her alive. Cass is aware that her time is short and despairs of dying before finding true love and having children. Ignorant to her unusual heritage and aware that time is quickly running out she resolves not to bring a child into her world - a baby who will never know its mother and fated to be hunted by Daimons from birth.

Wulf is a viking warrior tricked by the God Loki to find himself an immortal Darkhunter in service to Artemis, the Goddess who holds his soul. He is unfortunately the victim of a further curse and discovers that no one but another DH or a direct descendant of his brother's bloodline will remember him 5 minutes after leaving his presence. This results in an overbearing protectiveness towards his only living relative Chris,a young man wrapped in cotton wool from birth and regularly urged by Wulf to ..ahem .. sow his wild oats.

Manipulated by the Gods, Wulf finds himself in a position where he must guard Cassandra, a member of the very race he has hunted and killed since becoming immortal.
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Wulf is an enigmatic Viking warrior who only has one problem, any body he meets apart from his own family and other Dark hunters forgets him after they meet him. A useful but isolating power! Enter Cass the Apolite princess whose death daimons think will end the apolite curse ( but may end the world!). In this book Sherrilyn Kenyon expands on her series taking a more in depth look at the mechanics of the apolite world. Intertwining tradgedy, comedy and romance to make this a must read!! Again reacquainting us with characters from earlier in the seies, and introducing new characters, in particular Nick who adds much of the comedy to the book!!
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I think it's just that I can't understand the Viking mind set and that still seems somewhat prevalent in Wulfs character. Cassandra should be more difficult to like being an Appollite and yet I find I can really sympathise with her. Even though this is my least favourite couple so far the world building is as always amazingly compelling. Loving this series my second time round.
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Yet another great book in the series. Suppose to some these books will seem more than a little far fetched but it's nice to read something totally different and different they are. Not read any of her books until recently but really enjoyed. Refreshing!
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Sherrilyn Kenyon is an amazingly talented writer. I love her Dark Hunter universe, and can't get enough of the books. This book has a great start, with half Appolite Cassandra Peters, getting trapped in a bar with the souless Daimons about to dine on human souls and then Dark Hunter Wulf the Viking saves the day and gives the heroine a very hot kiss before disappearing off. But the character development is sacrificed because this particular books gives us so much information on the accursed Appolite race. So their relationship becomes the classic tale of forbidden love, and Cassandra Peters is just another 'damsel in distress' which is very disappointing for us readers who prefer more independent 'take charge' heroines. To be honest Sherrilyn Kenyon is too good a writer to write a bad book, but this isn't on par with the others in the series.
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