"if you don't like it then I really have to wonder why"
The D'Artigo sisters are three sexy operatives for the
Otherworld Intelligence Agency. They are half-human and
half-fae, which gives them the supernatural talents needed
to fight against the Otherworld of evil. Camille is the
oldest sister, a witch, who has three men to please her.
Menolly is a vampire, the youngest sister, who is still
getting used to being undead. Delilah is the third and
middle sister, a werecat, marked by the Autumn Lord as one
of his Death Maidens. Night Huntress carries on the
story of the three sisters and this time Delilah is telling
Delilah's boyfriend is acting weird, the Autumn Lord has
strange plans for her and Karvanak the deadly enemy the
three sisters have been fighting against is in town. There
is still no word on Trillian or their father but the
sisters have a lead on the fourth spirit seal. Things in
the D'Artigo world are always busy but this time there is a
lot more at stake.
Night Huntress is book five in the Otherworld Series
and anyone reading this review who has not read any of the
books in this series so far should not read any further and
just go out and buy them! This is an amazing series that
all other authors should be jealous of. Sure there are
other amazing books out there in the Paranormal Urban
Fantasy genre but this series has to be by far the queen of
I love Delilah's character and it was good to read things
from her point of view again. I love how she grows in this
book and finally finds out some things she needed to know.
A lot takes place in this new installment and I can't wait
to see where Galenorn takes things next. This series has
everything you need from a paranormal series and has a
great balance of action, mystery and steamy romance.
The Sisters of the Otherworld will be back in Demon
Mistress and even though there was no big cliffhanger
ending to this book, I still can't wait till the release of
book six in June. This is a must read series for any
readers of the genre and if you don't like it then I really
have to wonder why ;)
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted January 31, 2009