Her name is Danger and she is a female Dark Hunter. She used to live a
life of sin when she first became a Dark Hunter, but now, her suspicious
eyes land on Alexion, an unexplainable new pawn in this deadly game.
All Danger knows is that Alexion is a major threat to her and her
friends. It’s very likely that he has been sent to execute them, but
despite this threat, there’s this inexplicable pull that lures her
closer and closer to him. Will he strike or will he succumb to her
SINS OF THE NIGHT seems much more lighter in tone than some
of the other books in the series. Despite the dire threat of Alexion and
what he has come to do, Danger’s wit seems to really shine through and
gives this book such a rich backdrop to explore Alexion’s character and
see what makes him crack. Danger lays on her charm thick and Alexion
doesn’t really stand a chance at stone-walling her. They hit it off and
though this still isn’t my favorite book of the series, it’s still a
solid instalment for the Dark Hunters.
Sherrilyn Kenyon always writes
one or two awesome scenes in each book and for this particular one, the
Troy scene really made me laugh. I love SK’s humor and it’s nice to
have a balance between all the action and the hot-and-heavy scenes.
Something light to lift your spirits certainly makes a good book even