"Don\'t miss out on yet another Astounding read in the Dark Hunter Series!"
Marguerite D'Aubert Goudeau [Maggie] is the daughter of a
rich senator and as such must live under strict society
rules to preserve her father's image/reputation. If this
isn't frustrating enough, she is still suffering from the
loss of her dear friend Nick Gautier, who used to be a
of her law school study group. Unlike the rest of her
group, Nick was down to earth and did not let society
dictate who he should be.
However on this night the group decides to remember Nick
going to one of his favorite hangouts, the "Sanctuary".
This is a bar and grill type establishment on the other
side of town. Of course this is not a place her friends
want to visit often or even stay very long at as it is
beneath their status. Maggie who is tired of this
is just happy to be in a place that connects her to Nick's
What she isn't aware of is, is that Wren Tigarian, who
buses tables, has picked up on her energy and feels a
magnetic attraction to her. This would not be so strange
except for the fact that Wren is an outsider with a big
secret. He is a Katagaria Were-Hunter. That alone makes
an abomination amongst other Were creatures. But the Were-
Bears that own "Sanctuary" have strict rules that no lives
can be taken in their establishment. Even though they
also like to see Wren gone.
It doesn't take long before Maggie and Wren connect. Just
simple touch... a touch that has never been allowed by any
other person. But that touch is enough that Wren wants to
see her again, even though he knows it would be best he
stay away. The desire is too, strong. It is just this
energy that Ms. Kenyon knows how to weave into an amazing
and dynamic story.
Unleash the Night is an incredible story of paranormal
romance, action, torment, and vindication. Ms. Kenyon has
the amazing ability to not only build a solid plot but
expand upon it so you get a glimmer of what might be
the corner in her next book. The Dark Hunter world is so
well evolved that every branch Ms Kenyon expands into only
enhances and improves the series. Frankly I feel my words
are just too understated to really give enough credit to
this truly talented woman/Author. All I can say is to not
read this series is to truly miss out on a mind-blowing
experience. Bravo Sherrilyn!
Reviewed by Mindy Lobaugh
Posted November 5, 2006