Image of Unleash the Night (Dark-Hunter, Book 9)


Image of Unleash the Night (Dark-Hunter, Book 9)
According to many, Were-Hunter Wren Tigarian should never have been born. A mix of white tiger and snow leopard, Wren has been truly alone since the violent deaths of his parents. For more than a decade, the recluse has lived and worked at Sanctuary, a neutral zone for all were-animals.

Marguerite "Maggie" Goudeau has spent her life trying to please her powerful senator father. A fish out of water, Maggie felt closest to her college study partner, Nick Gautier, but with Nick's "death," she is alone. Knowing that Nick enjoyed going to the bar Sanctuary, Maggie stops by and encounters Wren. The attraction between them is quick, but relationships between humans and were-hunters are fraught with issues.

Adding to their problems, someone is accusing Wren of murdering his parents, which could earn him a death sentence. Love is about to lead Maggie into a world she never dreamed possible, but she may not survive long enough to enjoy it.
The war between animal and human natures is at the core of Kenyon's complex and sensual shape-shifter tales. The intricacies of the Dark-Hunter world are made all the more compelling thanks to the fascinating character dynamics she unleashes. You can't get better than this! (Jan., 384 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith