Bad Moon Rising

Dark-Hunter Series - Book 30

By Sherrilyn Kenyon

St. Martin's - August 2009

For several books, we have seen the courtship of Fang Kattalakis and Aimee Peltier. They had met and fallen in love, but circumstances kept them apart. Years have passed, battles had been fought, yet their love has remained constant and true.

Bad Moon Rising starts at the beginning, back in 2003. Before Fang's brother Vane meets Bride. Vane and Fang are closest in their pack with their sister Anya. Tragedy strikes, but more was happening than we realized, and it is only Aimee that can reach him.

More years pass, events re-unfold. However now we are learning more about Fang and Aimee's love, as well as previously unknown details.

Most major events are well known to the informed Dark-Hunter reader. However, this is actually a very good start for a new reader to the series, which is why I am not giving more details in this review.

Bad Moon Rising is the culmination of a romance we have been given glimpses of for several years. So much keeps Fang and Aimee apart. He is wolf, she bear. Loyalties had been tested. But we had known that they deserved their happiness. They are perfect for one another, in the imperfect Were-Hunter world that they live. I enjoyed learning the side stories that had been omitted from the previous books. However, I think that a timeline would have been helpful. The elapsed time was sometimes noted, but rather inadequately considering this story probably actually spans six years.

Kathy Andrico -


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