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Darkness Hunts: A Dark Angels Novel by [Arthur, Keri]
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Praise for Keri Arthur

“Keri Arthur’s imagination and energy infuse everything she writes with zest.”—Charlaine Harris

“Sensual and erotic…I urge you to pick up Arthur’s series.”—USA Today

“Keri Arthur skillfully mixes her suspenseful plot with heady romance…Sexy vampires, randy werewolves, and unabashed, unapologetic, joyful sex—you’ve gotta love it. Smart, sexy, and well-conceived.” — Kim Harrison

“Deliciously sexy…[it] pulls you in and won't let go. Keri Arthur knows how to thrill! Buckle up and get ready for a wild, cool ride!”— Shana Abé
 
“Must Read! I love, love, love it!…[It’s] pretty damn hot.”—Joyfully Reviewed

“Risa is an amazing character, she most certainly kicks butt.”—Serendipity Reviews

“You will fall hard for [Keri Arthur’s] Dark Angels series.”—CoffeeTimeRomance.com

“Everything a fan of Romance and Urban Fantasy would enjoy.”—Night Owl Reviews

About the Author

Keri Arthur won the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Urban Fantasy and has been nominated in the Best Contemporary Paranormal category of the Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Awards. She's a dessert and function cook by trade, and has one daughter.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1361 KB
  • Print Length: 401 pages
  • Publisher: Signet (November 6, 2012)
  • Publication Date: November 6, 2012
  • Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007HU7L8K
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223,788 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I've read all of Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series and all of the Dark Angels books to date, and I have to say that I was very disappointed with this particular book. The concept and storyline are wonderful, but I just cannot abide the main character Risa Jones any longer. There is so much potential for a great heroine, but we are left with a selfish, illogical, willfully ignorant character who cannot get herself out of a jam without someone rescuing her. She ** SPOILER ALERT ** decides to throw away a relationship with the one person who sacrificed everything to be with her, decides that death is better than living, and pretty much forgets everything that she set out to do. Why she wouldn't believe Azriel and trust his intentions when she spent several books falling for Lucien's lies hook, line and sinker is beyond me. She tells herself that she doesn't want to involve her family and friends in her mess, but then makes poor decision after poor decision until ultimately she expects her family to save her. I just don't know why Risa's character hasn't grown over the last several books. If anything, she's regressed into whining. It's really too bad, because the series has a great plot, and I enjoyed all of the other characters and their development greatly. I'm not sure if I'll read the next installment; I am an optimist by nature, but this book doesn't leave me with a good feeling about Risa's next adventures. Too bad.
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It was a good story and. cleared up some lose ends, but was not happy with the Risa. She whined and was way too angry all of the time and it was like a broken record that came across as very immature and selfish, instead of self sacrificing which I think is what the author was after. Yep, her life is out of control, but instead of trying to get control and maybe being up front with the people around her she lies and tries to hide her activities just like a child/teenager does to avoid getting into trouble. And then end of the book basically ends with a temper tantrum. Hope she grows up in the next book, otherwise I think I have to stop reading this series.
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*** THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS ***

Keri Author's talent as an author is undeniable but after the last two Dark Angels books I've kind of felt like she's been stretching this series' story arc past its breaking point in order to sell more installments. There's nothing I hate more than feeling like I'm being taken advantage of as a reader. I seriously contemplated quitting these novels altogether but that's always easier said than done. At least Darkness Unmasked sets the expectation on page 3 that this book is NOT going to be about Risa's quest to find the keys. I'm glad that Arthur just came out and said that because it allowed me to enjoy the story as the author intended rather than agonize about what it should have been.

Several loose ends and unanswered questions that have been hounding me since Darkness Unbound finally get resolved. For the first time in several installments I actually feel like Arthur made some headway where this series' main story arc is concerned which is odd considering the aforementioned declaration made on page 3. However, you won't hear me complaining! I found it weird that after all of this time, Risa's mother's murder investigation resurfaces. It was what started Jones' crazy adventure but I had just assumed that it was a means to an end, a way to rope Risa into working for Hunter. I never really expect the killer to be found. But lo and behold, Keri Arthur gives her heroine the justice she's been craving AND finds a key in the process! Things are finally starting to come together in the Dark Angels series.

Lucian, the Aedh I love to hate is back for another round and he's especially loathsome in this installment. I always knew that there was something off about him and now that his secret is out, his depravity knows no bounds.
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Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Michelle L. Olson:
If you follow my reviews, you know that I'm a huge fan of Keri Arthur's. You also know that I LOVE the DARK ANGELS series. So, when I received an advance reading copy of Darkness Hunts from the Publisher in return for an honest review I was thrilled. I have absolutely devoured every installment of the series thus far with nothing but rave reviews and couldn't wait to see what happened next.

This book was a little different than the ones before. It wasn't quite as action-packed; at least not until closer to the end. It was, however, one of the most emotion filled books I've had the pleasure of reading all year. The over-all feel of the story was incredibly visceral and while immersed in the tale I almost found it hard to breath in sections because it was slightly overwhelming (in a completely wonderful way). I switched rapidly from doubt, betrayal, frustration, yearning, worry, fear, apprehension, and many more. There was something incredibly organic about Darkness Hunts and I thoroughly enjoyed it, though for different reasons than I loved the first three books of the series.

I have to be honest and say that I'm not sure if all fans of the series will like this installment. Keri gifted us all with something we've been waiting long and hard for in Darkness Devours and Darkness Hunts doesn't quite continue that gift giving. It instead pulls back, and in doing so, explores the more human side of the characters. It was beautiful and yet utterly frustrating at the same time.

Risa continues to get herself into bind after bind and Keri takes us, as readers, along with her.
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