Shadow of the Moon

Dark-Hunter Series - Book 28

Short Story in Dead After Dark Anthology

By Sherrilyn Kenyon

St. Martin's - December 2008

Life had dealt Fury Kattalakis one betrayal after another until he more than resembled his name. Learning of an attack against the Katagaria, he tracks the culprits, and finds himself at the mercy of those who have none.

As an Aracadian, Angelia hated the Katagaria, even the one she had once called a friend. They were animals, and she vowed to protect her people from them. That is until she learns certain truths, and begins to wonder who is the more animalistic.

Shadow of the Moon was a touching story of forgiveness in the brutal world of the Katagarians and Arcadians. It is a bit difficult to understand how Fury could forgive Angelina so quickly. It was despicable what she had done. Yet it is hard not to feel compassion for what she had experienced and at least somewhat understand why she had made those decisions. This was yet another great addition to the Dark-Hunter world and will leave readers anxious for more.

Dead After Dark Anthology contains Shadow of the Moon by Sherrilyn Kenyon, The Story of Son by J. R. Ward, Beyond the Night by Susan Squires, and Midnight Kiss Goodbye by Dianna Love.

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