Saturday, June 19, 2010

Sherrilyn Kenyon; Dark Side of the Moon

  • Hardcover: 336 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press; 1st edition (May 30, 2006)


Susan Michaels is reporter following a hot lead that could revive her career. This lead takes her to the animal shelter where she is given a cat to take home, not a natural choice for her to make as she is allergic to cats.

She gets more than she bargained for when she gets the cat home and it promptly turns into a handsome naked man. Ravyn is a Were-Hunter (hence the ability to turn into a cat) who is also a Dark-Hunter. With the Daimons plotting to kill all the Dark-Hunters and take over Seattle on thing is for certain - Susan’s life will never be the same again…

My review

Imagine going to the pound to pick up a cat only to a man (sort of) stuck inside the cat. Susan's has been thrown into a world she never new existed. Thank heavens for that her life needed some sprucing.  I don't really care for a lot of romance novels because some are just cheesy. I do however Love Love Sherrilyn Kenyon. Her entire Dark Hunters series has me hooked.  This one isn't her best but it felt like it was kinda thrown together on this one.  Kenyon always manages to mix a bit of ass kicking and some steamy scenes with out it being ridiculous. I will definitely continue to read her books even if this one wasn't her best. As I was saying the Dark Hunters Series is amazing. 


Alexia561 said...

Love the idea of Susan bringing home a cat, then having him turn into a naked man! Too funny!

I've heard nothing but good things about Sherrilyn Kenyon, but haven't read any of her books yet. Need to remedy that!

Appreciate your review, and will maybe start with one of her other titles. Thanks!

Juju at Tales of said...

Fun premise! What a score for a single girl ;)

Faye said...

great review! <3 Sherrilyn's books!

Alyssa Kirk @ Teens Read and Write said...

I hear so many good things about her books, I'll have to get them. Thanks for the review!

Stacy at A Novel Source said...

i've never read her books but this one sounds like a lot of fun!

brizmus said...

Sounds interesting - I might check it out!