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Bad Moon Rising: A Dark-Hunter Novel (Dark-Hunter Novels, 13)

(Part of the Hunter Legends (#20) Series, Dark-Hunter (#17) Series, and Were-Hunters (#4) Series)

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"A stunning and suspenseful new landscape emerges in the thrilling Dark-Hunter world a world where nothing will ever be the same again. . ."""Fang Kattalakis isn't just a wolf. He is the brother of... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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4 ratings

I usually don't do this but...

I have to say that this is a great book. There is some rehash of old stories but since Aimee and Fang's story runs concurrently with all the other DH novels starting with Talon's (and they were in many of those stories) it had to be done. So yes there is some repeat but I prefer getting a full story especially since this pairing went against all the werehunter rules.

Kenyon can't go wrong with a Dark-Hunter!!!

I've always loved Fang's quirky sense of humor but I love this new glimpse into the serious side of him. Talk about star crossed lovers too. I've always heard the saying "A bird and a fish can fall in love but where will they live". This story tells you how they cross all the boundaries. I LOVE IT!!! MORE MORE MORE!!!!!

LOVED this much anticipated Dark Hunter novel!

Fang Kattalakis is one bad wolf. Having to protect his siblings from a vicious father and pack he's had to be. When he meets the only daughter to infamous Peltier Bear clan, he's instantly smitten and shocked at the same time. No one has touched him as much as Aimee Peltier and he finds himself helplessly drawn to her, even though he knows such an intermingling of species can never be. Aimee can't believe the feelings the rough wolf wear-hunter arouses in her. She's always thought the wolves were the most barbarian of shifters but something about Fang tugs at her heart. Still, she's used to being the odd man out- having to keep a deep secret all her life from the family she loves with all her being. And though she knows she should stay away from Fang, she can't help but seek him out whenever possible. The more time they spend together the more they suspect that that are indeed fated for each other even as a war is brewing between the Wolf Were-Hunter packs. When Fang ends up at the Bear clan's home, hurt and in a coma, Aimee alone can save him. Because of this, even more secrets are forged, not only between Aimee and her parents but also between the couple who hold a love that can never be. I loved this book! Since Night Play has remained my favorite Dark Hunter novel to date- it's a no brainer that the hero of NP's brother's book, Fang Kattalakis, is a close second. Fang has a brusque exterior but he has a tender heart, as evidenced by the love he holds for his family. Aimee is sweet and outwardly gentle, but she's just as fierce in her love and she makes a fantastic pairing with Fang. What I loved most about this novel is that Kenyon broke from route and created tension between the H/H, not by having them fight each other even though they know they are meant to be together, but by outside circumstance keeping them apart. A true star-crossed lover tale, I couldn't put this book down til I reached the end. 4.5 out of 5 from me and highly recommended for those that follow paranormal romance! Be warned: Kenyon once again introduces a ton of characters and her world building can feel erratic at times. She also creates new teams of fighters ala Dark Hunter lore, which all combined really bothers some people based on some of the reviews I've read, but if you've followed this series from the beginning it's more interesting to see how Fang and Aimee's thread is woven through the tapestry of all the other Dark Hunter/ Dream Hunter's stories to date.

Fang and Aimee's Story was Long Overdue!

I really enjoyed the book and don't understand what all the fuss is over. Yes, she did go back and pick up from previous stories, but weren't you ever interested to know what was going on with Fang and Aimee while the other stories were happening? I remember sitting there while i read Vane's book and thinking what is really going on between them? They seemed close but Fang had been in a coma the whole time. I'm glad she went back instead of just moving forward with them without fully explaining everything that went on between them before. I'm a huge Sherrilyn Kenyon fan, i loved this book and can't wait for the next one. I think everyone should ignore the bad reviews(especially from those people who are reviewing without reading the whole book) and just read it, and if you're a dark-hunter fan i think you will enjoy it.

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