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No Mercy by Sherrilyn Kenyon
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Aug 27, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: supernatural-romance, sherrilyn-kenyon, were-animals
Read from September 07 to 09, 2010

** spoiler alert ** Despite the fact that there are 15 different plots going on, I really love this series. And Kenyon didn't disappoint with this this latest installment. It's kind of funny how after Ash's book, not all the Dark Hunters know Ash's past. I like that despite everything, they still stand beside him. I missed my favorites from this book, like Kyrian and Talon, and the lot from the earlier books, but I'm interested to see what happens in the next one.

As for the characters, can I just say that I really freaking love Dev? And I loved Sam. I love her badassness and that she could still be vulnerable without losing too much of herself. She was exquisite in the challenge scene with Aello, and I can see why Dev fell in love with her. Same can be said as to why she fell in love with Dev.

The story itself is becoming more and more interesting, and although Nick's book isn't going to be around for another TEN FREAKING YEARS, to see how he progresses to the man that we see in Infinity will be fun to read. Even if he pisses me off to NO END.

I really want Stryker dead. Like, I don't hate a character as much as I hate him, and his book didn't change any of that. However, to see that his father, Apollo, would do whatever he could to break the curse to save him was an interesting twist, and I am excited to see how that plays out. But I still want Stryker and his bitch heifer wife dead. Medea can stay. She's not too bad.

I want Urian to have his happily ever after so bad. Guh, hurry up and fix him, Kenyon.

And because this is a romance novel, Kenyon didn't disappoint with the love scenes. However, I do like that she's starting to get away from that being the sole focus and building her books to the more important plots. But she can still make me a little hot under the collar with her love scenes.

For me, reading Kenyon is like coming home after a long trip. She is my comfort. I read a lot of other paranormal romance novels, but she is the one author I can count on to not piss me off too much. Maybe that makes her predictable, but to me, that's the comforting part. I'm not always guessing at what's going to happen next, but she still leaves me surprised.
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