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The Dark-Hunter series, No 30
Sherrilyn Kenyon

St Martin’s Press
August 2, 2011 / ISBN 978-0-312-54659-5
Paranormal Romance

Reviewed by Linda Young

William Jessop Brady was a hired gunslinger who believed that every life had a price. One day he found a reason and a desire to change his life for the woman he loved. But on the day of his wedding Brady’s partner and best friend shot and killed Brady, and then raped the bride-to-be. Brady screamed out his need for revenge and was heard by a Greek goddess. She brought him back to be one of her Dark-Hunters. For one act of revenge, Brady sold his soul to the goddess.

When Abigail Yager was a toddler she was orphaned and taken in by a vampire family and raised on one belief: “Dark-Hunters are the evil who prey on both their people and mankind, and they must all be destroyed.” Besides protecting her adoptive family, she has spent her life killing Dark-Hunters and training for the day she will find the one who killed her mother and father, Jess Brady.

Jess is assigned with the job of finding and assassinating the creature responsible for killing Dark-Hunters. What he wasn’t counting on was that the creature would be a human working with vampires. And to top it off, she is someone he knew when she was a child. Now what is he supposed to do?

Kenyon has outdone herself again. It’s another great story in her Dark-Hunter series. Some old favorites show up and also some new ones. Kenyon’s sense of humor and quirky comebacks keep you going throughout the story. It is a can’t-put-down book --highly recommended.

Reviewer's Note: strong language, sexual content
Reviewed 2011
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