"The story is delightly sexy and dangerous"
Vane Kattalakis is a tormented being. Being a Were Hunter
wolf he knows that his life won't be easy but to lose the
only family he had is about to drive him mad. He is a
wanted creature, his own pack is hunting him. The last
thing he needs right now is a mate, especially a human who
has no defense against his kind.
Bride McTierney is tired of men and their cruel ways. She
is tired of them trying to make her something she isn't.
Why can't they just except her for who and what she is?
Tired of them hurting her, she is ready to give them up.
Wanting what she thinks doesn't exist anymore, a knight in
shining armor. Then a man so deadly sexy it should be
illegal enters her shop and makes her think twice about
giving men up for good.
Once again we enter the dangerous world of the Dark Hunters
only this time we fully meet the Were Hunters and their
ablities. To those that have read these books you are
fully aware of Mrs. Kenyon's ablity to draw a world so full
of detail and depth that for a time being you leave this
world and enter another. Night Play is no exception
to that. In New Orleans there hunts what we have been
taught to fear but it's so sexy who can resist? For that
matter who would want to?
After losing his sister Vane is looking for any kind of
comfort but not expecting any. When he happens across
Bride's store he can't believe his luck in seeing the woman
again and can't resist the temptation to speak to her, but
would giving in to this in fact be his undoing? In a world
where creatures can time jump and wield magic with mere
thought can a human survive? This is what Vane faces as he
watches over his mate to keep her safe from the ones
hunting him. Staring death in the face, Bride and Vane
must decide if they can make it together with a vareity of
characters that rage from deadly to down right funny in
tow. The story is delightly sexy and dangerous.
Reviewed by Amy Parker
Posted November 28, 2008