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Night Play

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Bride Mc Tierney has just been dumped via FedEx. There's not much that could ease such a broken heart until Vane Kattalakis wanders into her shop and ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.750
Tamara K

Night Play - Dark Hunter

by Tamara K on May 3, 2012

Excellent story, the wolf boys are my favorite. Vane and Fang add a lot of needed comedy relief. Not that the story is comedic, it just has it's moments when the two brothers are together. Finished it throught a day, had to keep going back to it even though there was plenty I needed to get done in and around the house. Thumbs up all the way.

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trigsmum
by trigsmum on Nov 20, 2010

this book is one that grabs the imagination at the begining and it lasts until the very last page

whitewolflover

Touching and Romantic

by whitewolflover on Oct 4, 2007

Of all the Dark-Hunter/Were-Hunter books, "Night Play" is my favorite. I have read the book so much that the pages are falling out. Actually, after I finished the book the first time I read it, I turned to page one and started all over again! I have only done that to one other book, "The Mystery Kiss" by Judith Lansdowne. I bought a second copy of "Night Play" to have on hand when the first book falls completely apart! I will not give the plot and storyline away. You have to read the book yourself and see if you agree with me. Bride McTierney sees herself as less than what she truly is. Vane Kattalakis cannot believe that he is able to love or be loved. Neither of them can believe the other truly loves them. How many of you readers can identify with their dilemma? Sherrilyn Kenyon has outdone herself with this book. It is insightful, romantic and action packed! I think it would make a great movie!

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TheadKnightshade

A fresh Perspective.

by TheadKnightshade on May 29, 2007

Do you ever get tired reading about the thin heroins? The perfect girls who can wear anything and pull it off? The girls that don't worry about their weight? Well, unlike those girls the heroin in this story is a size 18. She's not perfect. Sherrilyn Kenyon has brought in a fresh new heroin. Bride is a girl who wories about her personal appearance and is envious of the girls who aren't. Kenyon shows us how her character struggles to find herself while dealing with the harsh treatment of her ex. Unable to trust or dare to believe that any guy could like her for herself, Bride burries her secret feelings of finding her knight in shining armour. The only problem with that is that a drop-dead gorgeous guy jumps into her life and he might not be a knight in shining armour, but he certainly can be a knight in fur. Vane turns Bride's world upside down with a one night stand after which he discovers she is his mate. With three weeks to make her love him, Vane must protect Bride from his enemies while showing her that he loves her for herself. is not impossible. This book has Sherrilyn Kenyon's unique writting stile and is perfect for imperfect girls looking for a touch of romance and something deadly.

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