Dance with the Devil Review

Hey guys I’m back! It’s been a long time since I’ve actually read a book, let alone one I enjoy. For those of you who are keeping up with my posts Malfoy is doing great and is super playful. He’s actually trying to “help” me write this post.

Anyways if you follow this blog and what I post you know by now that I love a good paranormal/fantasy romance more than anything else and to me there are two QUEENS of the genre. Sherrilyn Kenyon and Kerrelyn Sparks. For my first review of the summer I thought it was fitting to read one of my favorite authors.

Without further ado: My thoughts on Dance with the Devil by Sherrilyn Kenyon. At long last, I’ve picked up the next installment of the Dark Hunters series (book 4 for those of you keeping up) and as always it was so much fun to return into the realm of Greek gods and immortal hottie vampire slayers.  Kenyon is artful in the characters she creates and truly a master story teller. This book is the story of Zarek, the insane Dark Hunter with a truly heartbreaking past and Astrid a minor nymph of Justice. She is sent to judge if Zarek is worthy of living and of course the two fall in love. One of the key things I took away from this book is everyone is worthy of kindness and I think that’s such an important message in today’s world.

Final thoughts: This book was a great escape from the real world. Like I said earlier the characters are beautiful and the story is fantastic. The sex is pretty great too (it wouldn’t be a romance novel without a few toe curling passages, am I right ladies?) Over all, I highly recommend this read and the rest of the Dark Hunter series if you haven’t already!


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