The second novel in the Dream-Hunter series by a "New York Times" bestselling author features an embittered, world-renowned celebrity who is trapped in a brutal winter storm with an Olympian goddess, whose immortal powers are derived from human emotion. Together, they must turn to the only power capable of saving them--or destroying them both: trust. Original.
About the Author
In the past two years, "New York Times" bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon has claimed the #1 spot twelve times, and since 2004, she has placed more than 50 novels on the "New York Times" list. This extraordinary bestseller continues to top every genre she writes. With more than 23 million copies of her books in print in over 30 countries, her current series include: "The Dark-Hunters," "The League," "Lords of Avalon," "BAD Agency," "Chronicles of Nick" and "Nevermore." A preeminent voice in paranormal fiction, Kenyon helped pioneer and define the current paranormal trend that has captivated the world. She lives with her husband, three sons, a menagerie of animals and a collection of swords.
PRAISE FOR SHERRILYN KENYON
"Kenyon is the reigning queen of the vampire novel."--Barbara Vey, "Publishers Weekly"
"An engaging read."--"Entertainment Weekly "on "Devil May Cry"
"Kenyon's writing is brisk, ironic, sexy, and relentlessly imaginative. These are not your mother's vampire novels."--"The Boston Globe "on "Dark Side of the Moon"
Fans who were expecting a full length novel may have been disappointed by this slightly more than novella length stroy which contains a series of vignettes of other characters in the back. This was a Dream Hunter story, and added only peripherally to the main Dark Hunter Series. While most of the book was up to Kenyon's usual high standard of fiction, I felt that the ending of the story was weak, and the plotlines too quickly pulled together to create the "happily ever after" scenario. While I did enjoy the story, I was left feeling unsatisfied by the ending. The vignettes at the end of the book were very interesting for fan of the series, and I believe that if you are a fan, these alone would make the book worth buying, along with a few interesting developments about the Dream Hunter curse.
A very disappointing read , I have come to expect a wealth of depth in the characters and vivid engaging plots. This book just didnt deliver, the plots was iffy and the charactes lacked substance. The book was also shorter than most , a quick read that left me wanting ...
Definitely not one of Sherrilyn Kenyon's better books. Characters were nice but with no substantial plot made it a boring read. It really felt like this was a book she had hurriedly put together, and that quite a bit was missing throughout it.
Definately not as good as her original Dream Hunter novel but a must read. It still has the basic plot lines but unfortunately its all a bit pulled together and not a full length book. The Novella's at the back of the book are very interesting though and give us a bit more insight into other characters.
As always, a good tale is spun in this enjoyable story. While the plot is a little predictable, there is a nice twist to the end which made for a good ending. A feel-good Saturday evening read, which I thorougly enjoyed.
Sherilyn Kenyon is a gifted writer of the paranormal, romance and eye popping passion blended into one! An awsome novel that has you begging for more and searching for more information on the paranormal world they all live in. Enjoy...
I've really enjoyed the Sherrilyn Kenyon Dark Hunter Series, and the first novel in the Dream Hunter series was promising but Upon The Midnight Clear was so disappointing I didn't make it all the way through - and it isn't a long book.
The characters weren't engaging, nor was their situation. I felt as though Sherrilyn had written it all before, only much, much better.
There are plenty of better ways to waste an hour or two out there. I'd suggest you try them before wasting your money on this.
First off Fishpond I must say I love your site so I feel somewhat guilty for saying the following about this book.
It is awful!!! Pure and simple! Sherrilyn Kenyon showed such great promise in her first six Dark Hunter novels but even these are now pure crap. After Devil May Cry I thought could she do worse and the answer is a big yes!!
If you are game try this book good luck. It's not much bigger than a standard Mills & Boon but a lot less entertaining and if you can stick it out, it will be over in about an hour and a half. I must admit to lasting to the end of chapter one before thinking Sherrilyn Kenyon needs to give up writing for a while and get a day job.
To the first reviewer- you must be easily pleased!
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