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Unleash the Night Mass Market Paperback – Jul 31 2007

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks; 1 edition (Dec 27 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312934335
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312934330
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 2.6 x 17.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 181 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #146,930 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Marguerite, the daughter of a wealthy senator, has little interest in the socialite life her father wants for her. So when New Orleans friends decide to go to a bar called Sanctuary, curiosity prompts her to tag along. There she meets Wren, a shy busboy. The attraction is immediate on both sides--and dangerous. Wren is a hybrid were-animal, an outcast even in his own supernatural world, and he's been marked for death. Marguerite should leave, but their fates and hearts are now entwined, and she knows there is no turning back. In this second novel to feature the Weres, Kenyon defies expectations once again. Wren the loner plays a tortured Romeo to Marguerite's Juliet, a young man coming to terms with who and what he is and having to find his niche in the world. This depth and vulnerability of character has not been seen before in her heroes and proves a challenge for Kenyon, but the result is a thrill ride filled with magic, action, and scintillating passion. Nina Davis
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“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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This is the fourth book that I have read of this series. I love the new insite into the were-hunters. Wren is such a tortured soul even in this tortured world in which he lives. I love the relationship that happens with him a Maggie. it is so wonderful how she is able to get through to who Wren really is. I also enjoyed finding out more about what has happened with Amiee and Fang, I hope there is more of that relationship to come in the future too. I enjoyed this book, and couldnt put it down.
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Ms. Kenyon’s latest “Dark-Hunter” installment is a story about the Were-hunter Wren. Although this was not my favorite in this series…it was still an entertaining read that gives the reader a little more information regarding this part of the legends. We get too know a few more characters that have already been introduced to in previous books.
Wren Tigarian was orphaned as a small cub. He has lived his life at “Sanctuary” and this has been a safe if somewhat uncomfortable existence. He is a loner by nature this were-hunter has no family to keep him safe and no one to mentor him. His only friend Nick is now dead. Working and sleeping is basically the extent of his existence until one night he sees Marguerite D’Abuert Goudeau. This lady brings out the beast in him while at the same time gentling him. But he can’t mate with her since she is human and despite the fact he tries to stay away from her…he keeps being drawn back to her goodness and loving nature. But someone thinks this is dangerous and sets about to eliminate Wren but first they are going to have to get through Maggie.
Maggie is the daughter of a Senator. Her life is spent trying to stay out of the limelight and not doing anything to embarrass her father’s career. But, when she meets Wren for the first time she is drawn to this shy man. When he saves her life from a mugger and gets wounded in the process she feels a connection that will not lessen. But, will these two people find a chance to be happy or will the hunters that are after Wren get to them first?
This was an entertaining read. This read centered more on Sanctuary and the different animal clans that make up the were-hunter legends.
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These books are like a breath of fresh air, with thier mix of romance, intrigue and adventure. I love the way Sherrilynn Kenyon puts old tales of myth back into real situations. Her heros are, as gods, are believable in a fantasy, and she makes her heroines after what a real women could be. Not always the prettiest or the smallest slimmest or the bravest.
I have read this book a couple of times now and would recommend it to anyone interested in a series/book that is more for an adult audience. I have read a few of the books that are popular with the teenagers right now (ie. Twilight, Evermore Marked), and have enjoyed them, but with the Dark and dream hunters, they are definetaly for an older audience. Very much amoung my favorite authors.
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