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Sins of the Night (Dark-Hunter, Book 8) Mass Market Paperback – June 28, 2005

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Book 7 of 14 in the Dark-Hunter Novels Series

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NIGHT PLAY
"Without question, [NIGHT PLAY] is one of the most original and thrilling paranormal series today...the complex world of the Weres adds more depth and excitement to an already intense saga."-Romantic Times, (4 1/2 starred review) on "Night Play"
"Kenyon's supremely entertaining Dark-Hunter stories are always an ideal combination of magic, suspense, passion, and action and so it is with this tale too...with suspense and lots of action scenes, the pace of the book remains breathless. As always, Kenyon's books are a must-read for one and all!"-Road to Romance on "Night Play"
"Kenyon continues to entertain and delight readers with this latest addition to her Dark-Hunter series."-The Best Reviews on "Night Play"
"They are always fun, sexy, wild, and fantastically different from anything else...It's almost like every book is a teaser for the next one. NIGHT PLAY is no exception...if you want to read a truly marvelous story, with jokes, laughter, tears, heart-wrenching longing, scrumptious men, evil foes, twisted and cool plots, and just so much more, pick up NIGHT PLAY. Then go back and read all the other Dark-Hunter novels so you don't miss a thing!"-Romance Reader at Heart on "Night Play"
"Kenyon outdoes herself in NIGHT PLAY, which has become my favorite in this memorable series. It's utterly romantic, unfailingly humorous, absolutely romantic with sultry love scenes and features a new cast of other-worldly creatures bound to find a lasting place within the hearts of readers of both fantasy and romance."-Rendezvous on "Night Play"
"Once again, Kenyon adds another intriguing layer to her popular series...brimming with ancient cultural nuances and spikedwith classic Shakespearean pathos, NIGHT PLAY is nevertheless a very modern tale packed with Kenyon's highly irreverent humor...hot, sexy, and fun, NIGHT PLAY is the perfect summer read to sink your teeth (or fangs) into. Don't miss it!"
-Romance Reviews Today on "Night Play"
KISS OF THE NIGHT
"With its frenetic Matrix-style fight scenes and feral, leather-clad heroes, this book makes it easy to see why Kenyon's fantasy world has caught on so quickly and even inspired some readers to role-play on her Web site....an entertaining thrill ride."-Publishers Weekly on "Kiss of the Night"
"A quick-paced, action-packed paranormal read filled with an appealing cast of characters...extraordinary."-aromancereview.com on "Kiss of the Night"
"Kenyon once again delivers a winner."-Old Book Barn Gazette on "Kiss of the Night"
"Run-don't walk-to the bookstore...original."-romancereaderatheart.com on "Kiss of the Night"
"Chills, thrills, and skills like never before...as good as, if not better than, the books before it...whets the readers' appetites for the next thrilling installment."-Road to Romance on "Kiss of the Night"
DANCE WITH THE DEVIL
"Dance With The Devil cinches Sherrilyn Kenyon's place as a master of the genre! Zarek is a hero to die for, and his story will pull you in and keep you flipping pages into the wee hours; I couldn't put it down."--Julie Kenner, author of Aphrodite's Secret on "Dance With the Devil"
"A sensual, fast-paced read with a hero who is definitely worth the risk."-Booklist on "Dance With the Devil"
"Powerful and unforgettable, DANCE WITH THE DEVIL is my pick for Best Paranormal of the Year, and it is my pleasure to give it aperfect 10."--Romance Reviews Today on "Dance With the Devil"
"Another masterpiece...Kenyon has created a series to be treasured and placed on the keeper shelf...her extraordinary characterization and delightful sense of humor shine through in this book and her unbelievable imagination continue to amaze this reader...just when I think Sherrilyn Kenyon could not possibly come up with a better hero than her last she proves me wrong."-aromancereview.com on "Dance With the Devil"
"Truly exceptional!" --Old Book Barn Gazette on "Dance With the Devil"
"Using figures from mythology, Sherrilyn Kenyon provides a deep novel that a romantic fantasy lover will cherish. A powerful story that makes believers of skeptics that Ancient Gods and Goddesses, Dark Hunters, Dayslayers, and other mythological characters walk among us...another fine myth from a superb storyteller climbing to the top."-Baryon Magazine on "Dance With the Devil"
"Kenyon pulls out all the stops in this fast-paced action-filled adventure...the passion is fiery hot and the unique characterizations of shape-shifters will leave readers hanging on the edge of their seats...this entire series of outstanding books is a keeper."-Rendezvous Review on "Dance With the Devil"
"Sherrilyn Kenyon's world of Dark-Hunters, Katagaria Slayers, Olympian Gods, Oneroi, Apollites, demons and Daimons is a fascinating one. Her Dark-Hunter series sweeps readers away into a dangerous and sensual world...Dance With The Devil is a tempting delight for both old and new Kenyon readers." --www.bookloons.com on "Dance With the Devil"
NIGHT EMBRACE
"With her steamy, action-packed Dark-Hunter novels, Kenyon is ushering in a whole newclass of night dwellers...an abundance of hot sex and snappy dialogue keep the plot both accessible and appealing. With its courageous, unconventional characters and wry humor, this fast-moving fantasy will fill the void left by the end of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series."-Publishers Weekly on "Night Embrace"
"The second novel in Sherrilyn Kenyon's hot series is just as exciting, sexy, and thrilling as the first. Kenyon has hit on a fabulous premise that promises to be fodder for many more outstanding page-turners." -Romantic Times on "Night Embrace"
"Her heroes are not only the ultimate alpha men, but are also the embodiment of every female fantasy...well rounded, with romance as its cornerstone and plenty of action, suspense, humor, and sorrow." -The Road to Romance on "Night Embrace"
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"A marathon of discoveries and pleasures-a wonderful addition to the Dark-Hunter series. Ms. Kenyon delivers another exciting, heart-pumping, virile male to titllate us...it's full of surprises, but this author's great storytelling talent is no surprise at all."-Old Book Barn Gazette on "Night Embrace"
NIGHT PLEASURES
"A perfect ten!"--Rendezvous on "Night Pleasures"
"If you love 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' or 'Angel, ' then boy, is this the book for you...original and complex...the characters are unforgettable and the action thrilling."-Romantic Times Top Pick on "Night Pleasures"
"A wild, wicked delight, NIGHT PLEASURES made me laugh and cry and sigh with longing for the luscious Kyrian. No one does sexy, tormented heroes better-or more inventively-than Sherrilyn Kenyon."-Nicole Jordan, Bestselling author of ECSTASY on "Night Pleasures"


PRAISE FOR SHERRILYN KENYON

"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"

From the Inside Flap

PRAISE FOR AUTHOR SHERRILYN KENYON
"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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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks; Reissue edition (June 28, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312934327
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312934323
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1.1 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (227 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #193,304 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Anna Hope VINE VOICE on July 4, 2005
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Alright we've all been waiting ages for it, and while I can not say that Sins of the Night was the best book in the series, I can say they I hungrily devoured it in 2 days of rabid reading. If you are not familiar with Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunter series or missed the last book - STOP! You will be completely confused by the back story and won't be able to properly enjoy this book. It is not a stand alone novel! Go back and read all the yummy books in this series first in order to properly enjoy. That said...

Alexion is not your average Dark-Hunter. In fact he's something all together "other". And while he may not seem the most intimidating of our deadly supermodel like heros, he can be the most hazardous to your health. Dangeruese, our first starring role female Dark Hunter, learns this first hand when the two souless lovers fall for each other. As an assasin for Acheron who only comes out to play every few centuries Alexion could wipe out the entire Dark-Hunter race with a thought.

If you've enjoyed learning more about this mythical culture, hot love scenes, charonte demons, Simi's lust for QVC, or want to know exactly what the hell is happening with poor Nick Gautier buy this book! You'll enjoy it. You also need to figure out exactly where you've read about Alexion before. Trust me he is a memorable character- only under his original name from thousands of years ago. I won't spoil the surprise!
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In this latest installment of the Dark-Hunter story we are not only treated to the "Beginning" but we are given a little bit more information regarding the legend of the Dark Hunters and we are introduced two amazing characters that will truly touch the reader. This is the first Dark Hunter story that made me cry!!!

Alexion has come to Mississippi to judge those Dark Hunters that are entertaining the idea of a revolt against Ash. Alexion has been sent to Danger, a Dark Huntress who still manages to retain a love of "life" despite the downside of being immortal. She makes Alexion feel "alive" for the first time ever. This man is different from any other man she's ever known. Who is he and what is he? Will she be able to help him at the same time protect her damaged heart from being broken yet again?

This like every other DH read is very engaging. Ms. Kenyon though this time around has created characters that will truly touch the reader. You will feel their pain, happiness, and love. She has given us a little more insight into Ash, and still manage to leave an air of mystery. This is one series that I highly recommend. Each book is amazing and this is a fine addition to anyone's personal library!

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I have been a huge fan of the Dark-Hunter series from the beginning, but this most recent installment was sadly disappointing. The story begins with Ash granting Alexion permission to leave the realm of Katoteros to avert a Dark-Hunter coup in Mississippi, which is being spurred on by Ash's nemesis, Stryker. Alexion wants to intervene to save an old friend of his from making a terrible mistake by believing Stryker's lies. It seemed like a good story line, except that it required the reader to really empathize with Alexion, something the book really failed to do.

Against this somewhat shaky plotline is the romance of Alexion and Danger. These are two of the blandest and least interesting characters in the Dark-Hunter world. Alexion seemed fairly resigned to his fate, and spent an inordinate amount of time quoting Ash, which made me wonder if Alexion had a personality and thoughts of his own. For Danger, I was expecting a smart-mouthed spitfire, and she failed to deliver on that front. She went along with Alexion's plans rather easily, and lacked that biting personality that all previous Dark-Hunters possessed.

As usual, Ash performed one of his deus ex machina endings, although in this case it wasn't quite the one you would expect, and for that I must give SK credit for breaking from her normal mode. However, as I was completely indifferent to the characters, it really did not have the impact it should have.

For those who are huge fans of the DH world, you may want to read this book for the information it reveals about Ash and the always irrepressible Simi. If you are looking for a good romance, though, I would give this one a miss.
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In Sins of the Night we're introduced to a new Dark-Hunter character, rejoicing in the somewhat unlikely name of Danger. (Her real name, Dangereuse, is no less likely, as it happens). She's based in Mississippi, and Dark-Hunters in the area are rebelling against Acheron. He's a Daimon in disguise. He's going to betray them all. He's going to kill them. He'll send his messenger of death, a man in a white suit, to murder them. So, they are arguing, they need to join with the Daimons and fight Acheron.

Danger isn't sure what she thinks of all this - but she knows exactly what's happening when a man in a white suit mysteriously appears in her home. She knows that he's come to kill her. So she kills him first... and is then astounded when, after turning to dust, he strolls back into her living-room.

Alexion is no ordinary man. In fact, Alexion isn't even his name; it's his title. He's Acheron's right-hand man and enforcer. When Dark-Hunters step out of line, Alexion is sent in to kill them. The only problem with this is that it's the first time we're seeing Alexion! He supposedly has lived in Kalosis with Acheron and Simi for centuries - so why has he never appeared in earlier books? Why, in fact, were we told in Dance with the Devil that when a Dark-Hunter goes bad there is a complex judging process?

Okay. So, if we can overlook the reversal of Kenyon's own canon, Sins of the Night becomes the usual fun and excitement we can expect from Kenyon. Alexion and Danger are highly attracted to each other, but Danger is wary of casual sex and won't start a relationship which has no future. They both know it has no future because Alexion can't survive on Earth, in the guise of a mortal man, for more than a couple of weeks.
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