Saturday, December 4, 2004

Review: Stroke of Midnight (anthology) by Sherrilyn Kenyon, Amanda Ashley, L.A. Banks, Lori Handeland

Title: Stroke of Midnight
Series: Were-Hunter, Dark-Hunter, Night Creature, Vampire Huntress Legend
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon, Amanda Ashley, L.A. Banks, Lori Handeland
Read copy: Mass Market Paperback
Published: November 2, 2004
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
ISBN: 0312998767
ISBN-13: 9780312998769

Winter Born by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Two enemy Were-Panthers discover that fate has destined they become lovers. Pandora must learn to trust Dante's foreign nature. But as she slowly succumbs to the truest passion she has ever known, dark forces have already set out to reclaim her...

Born of the Night by Amanda Ashley
When Lady Shanara Montiori is taken hostage, she learns that the rumors about her captor are true. Lord Reyes is afflicted with the dark curse of the werewolf. Still, Shanara can't fight the attraction they both feel. Will their love break the curse-or feed its powerful hold?

Make It Last Forever by L. A. Banks
An innocent mistake forces the beautiful Tara onto a mission to save herself from the dark fate that awaits her. Salvation comes in the form of a seductive biker with a heart of gold. But will surrendering to their ripe attraction unleash a danger even she cannot control?

Red Moon Rising by Lori Handeland
Novelist Maya Alexander's peace is shattered when she is stalked by a Navaho skinwalker who has taken on the guise of a wolf. Her only hope is the mysterious Clay Philips. In his arms, she seeks protection-but as the red moon rises, no one is safe from the danger that lurks nearby...

My rating:

This book earned three stars from me only, and exclusively because of Dante Pontis, the hero of Sherrilyn Kenyon's Winter Born. What can I do, I'm a sucker for Hunters - Were-, Dream-, and specially Dark-Hunters.
The L.A. Banks' story just made me skip pages, but the other two were passable.
Nothing to miss, there.


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