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Friday, 17 August 2012

ARC Review: Time Untime by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Time Untime
by Sherrilyn Kenyon
(Dark Hunter # 17)

Another fabulous read from the Dark Hunter series and the feel of the story reminds me of Kenyon’s earlier DH books. Yes, the tortured hero and heroine strong enough to heal him, the Dark Hunters camaraderie, sarcastic humor, the funny banter, action, battle between good and evil, and a sigh inducing romance.

But this book differs from the rest as the Atlantean and Greek mythology background is now combined with the Mayan mythology. It is full of background information and can be a bit overwhelming but it did not hinder what I felt for the book. I loved every bit of it.

Renegade Waya (Makah’alay Omawaya in his previous life) or Ren was the Guardian but lost his position to his conniving brother, Cayote. Mentally and physically abused by his father and brother, he became a loner and detached. Even as a Dark Hunter, he just never trusted anyone. Whereas Kateri is just out in the open, honest and more than willing to put herself out there. And when she got to know Ren her loving side was able to soften him up to trust again. I may have made her sound like a girly girl but let me assure you, she can hold her own in battle. Ren and Kateri are perfect of each other. They’re journey to their HEA was a rough journey but damn they totally pull it off. The intimate scenes were not as hot but I felt thier romance grow to love within a timely manner. In fact, their love story made me cry. Kenyon was good to put these two together.

She also does a wonderful job with recap and while doing so, we get the chance see other Dark Hunters. Such as Talon, Sunshine, Sasha, Urian, Alexion and I'm sure I'm not alone when I say my heart skips a beat when Ash and Nick's name is mention on the page. Nick really had softened up a bit in this book and Ash has a new look I’m not sure I like. But as he and Tory said “it will grow back”. I’ve really missed him. I’m sure we’ll get a good amount of him in the next book, “Stixx” released August 6, 2013. And my prediction is that it will be as impressive as Acheron's book. I mean, almost as impressive. =)

*ARC provided by publisher
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Timitra said...

I've heard a lot about this series...definitely need to give it a try-thanks Angela!

Unknown said...

I'm adding this one to my TBR list on Goodreads. I was hoping it would be good..thanks for the wonderful review


Unknown said...

Thanks ladies! I totally loved it!

Maria D. said...

Thanks for the review - I think I must be one of the few people in the world that just can't seem to get into this series...sigh

Unknown said...

Hi Maria,
meh, not all of us have the same likes and we don't have to. =)

but Kenyon is one of those authors that I can never tire from. you know?