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Unleash the Night (Dark-Hunter, Book 9) Mass Market Paperback – July 31, 2007
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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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Intense & action-packed but also beautifully romantic & sensual, Betrayed is a tantalizing, sexy read that touched my heart. The characters are well-developed with many layers and the plot is explosive. A strong secondary cast, such as Savitar, adds another layer of intrigue and even funny banter to the story. Love + Lust + Murder = A Page Burner! A Must Read!
Unleash the Night is the story of Wren Tigarian and Maggie Goudeau. Wren is a one of a kind Katagaria, a hybrid between a tiger and a leopard. He can take human form, but his natural state is that of an animal.
I love Wren. He strong and beautiful, though he’s been an outcast his whole life. His parents despised him, and even the people who are honor bound to provide him a safe place to leave can’t stand him. It’s gotten to the point where he believes he’s as awful as everyone says he is, and yet he perseveres, day by day, somehow managing to retain a good heart.
Maggie is the wealthy, pampered daughter of a US Senator. She doesn’t like her life, though, and doesn’t share her friends’ snobby attitudes or better-than-everyone-else outlooks. She’s told what to do, where to go, how to act, and follows along only because she loves her father and wants him to love her, too.
When Maggie meets Wren, everything changes. She draws him out of his anti-social shell (but only her), and he unwittingly teaches her to stand up for herself and what SHE wants.
Wonderful story, developed superbly, with great feels. Plus we get to see some well-loved characters from previous (and future books). I haven’t read the series in order, but since each book progresses the series storyline, I’d recommended starting at book 1 and going from there
if you can.
This is a series I’ll re-read over and over again.
Wren and Maggie have an amazing, emotional journey that most readers will be able to relate to. You meet new secondary characters and also get to see a lot of old friends. I love how the author connects each book to the last. If you have liked past dark hunter books, you will not want to miss out on this one.
I'm really happy Wren got his, like all the ones before, he deserves this.
That's the thing, though: when you feel so passionately about a character, it's because you see the injustice as real and can relate to their pain.
Marguerite is a great companion who's strong and willing to help him out, and they're a great couple who have a struggle ahead, trying to work together and overcome their pasts.
Although the overall plot was just a bit predictable, I still enjoyed this and consider it a great entry to the series. Even if it doesn't move the whole DH premise forward, as it's a sort of parallel entry, I thought it was great all the same.
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Wren Tigarian is an abomination to his race, born from a Were-Tiger father and a Were-leopard mother, he is a combination of both...Read more
I rooted for Wren all through the book and was satisfied with his journey towards acceptance.