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Bad Moon Rising. Dark-Hunter®, Entire Dark-Hunters®/Hunter Legends Series, But for all her fun qualities, Aimee harbors a dark secret. Editorial Reviews. Review. “[A] publishing phenomenon [Sherrilyn Kenyon is] the reigning queen of the wildly successful paranormal sceneJust one. Bad Moon Rising book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A stunning and suspenseful new landscape emerges in the thrill.
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Bad Moon Rising (Dark-Hunter #17) by Sherrilyn Kenyon. Bad Moon Rising ( Hellchaser, #3; Were-Hunter, #5; Dark-Hunter, #17) Fang Kattalakis isn't just a wolf. Read online or Download Bad Moon Rising (Dark-Hunter, #17; Were-Hunter, #4; Hellchaser, #1) by Sherrilyn Kenyon (Full PDF ebook with essay, research. keep coming pixia-club.info you need a bad moon rising were hunter 4 sherrilyn kenyon, you can download them in pdf format from our pixia-club.info file format that can.
Brace yourselves, the world is ending soon. The main characters were introduced in previous books. But, rest assured, this can be read as a stand-alone. The book is about Fang Kattalakis, a shapeshifting wolf and Hellchaser, and Aimee Peltier, the darling of the Peltier clan. Fang and Aimee share a forbidden love.
I mean, they're not even the same species. The angst is real. Hold your horses! I know y'all hate the word 'forbidden love' like me. Let me make one thing clear. There's nothing cheesy about this book. There's no insta-love. The story is constantly changing and there's no predictability. I don't want to give too much of the story away, so you'll have to read it your damn self. This book is full of… everything.
They're my OTP.
Just like Klaroline. I've developed a crush on this fellow. Who is he? A demon? Prince of Darkness himself? I have no idea. Don't really care. I want him his book. View all 33 comments. This is one of my favorites in this series……loved the book title!!!! They are one of my fav characters in the fabulous world that the author has created.
Were-Wolf Fang Katallakis………. Were-Bear Aimee Peltier….. And I was so not disappointed. A lot happens in this book…. And the gods know you are definitely not easy to deal with. Aimee Thanks, Aim. By the way I still have a tiny bit of confidence left. Gods forbid it should actually grow into something called self-esteem. Bride Thankfully so. View all 8 comments. Nov 04, Sophia Triad rated it it was amazing Shelves: Fang Kattalakis Katagaria wolf and Aimee Peltier Katagaria bear, but view spoiler [really Arcadian bear hide spoiler ] The wolf and the bear.
A forbidden love between two species that do not mix. This book is actually for the most part a recap of Fang Kattalakis Katagaria wolf and Aimee Peltier Katagaria bear, but view spoiler [really Arcadian bear hide spoiler ] The wolf and the bear. So, I suppose if you are a hardcore fan who has not miss a single book, some details may make you bored.
But the book also fills the missing blanks concerning the story of Fang and Aimee. As the single female in a big family of bear shifters, Aimee needs to mate a big, strong bear and make her mother proud. Unfortunately, she will hopelessly fall in love with messed-up wolf Fang and her life will also become a mess. I could not help it, while I was reading the book, thinking that maybe Aimee is too good for Fang. She basically: Seriously, Fang should be worshiping the ground that Aimee walks on.
Instead he was pushing her away, until he could not stay away much longer. The story had many heartbreaking moments and the ending is bitter-sweet. View all 16 comments.
I delayed picking up Bad Moon Rising for more than a year after finishing Dream Warrior because I'd been loving the fact that the DH series had switched focus from the regular characters like dark-hunters, were-hunters, and humans to more high powered characters such as dream-hunters, daimons, demons, and even Gods. With Bad Moon Rising being Fang and Aimee's story it seemed a return to the regular old were-hunters stories and I was not super enthused for that after reading Stryker and Cratus's I delayed picking up Bad Moon Rising for more than a year after finishing Dream Warrior because I'd been loving the fact that the DH series had switched focus from the regular characters like dark-hunters, were-hunters, and humans to more high powered characters such as dream-hunters, daimons, demons, and even Gods.
With Bad Moon Rising being Fang and Aimee's story it seemed a return to the regular old were-hunters stories and I was not super enthused for that after reading Stryker and Cratus's exiting tales. To make matters worse I've never been a big fan of the Peltier clan or werebears in general. Lets be honest werebears sound too much like carebears for anyone to be able to take them seriously!
Turns out that whole long delay was a mistake! Fang and Aimee's story had a lot more to it than just the were-hunter stuff that we have see plenty of times before. We got to met a lot of familiar faces from the early books as well as a ton of interesting new demons and the like.
There is so many characters and magical races in the Dark-Hunter's series now that my long delay was definitely a mistake because I found I was struggling to remember them all.
Not that I'm complaining because it is that depth to the world-building that separates this series from the bulk of the rest of the books in the PNR genre.
The other issue I had with my long delay was that a lot of this story runs concurrently with events from Unleash the Night Wren's story and Night Play Vane's story and my memory of those happenings was just not fresh enough. I'll definitely be sure to reread both those as well as Fury's story before I embark on a reread of this one. All in all I really enjoyed this instalment of the series. Kenyon always gets a great balance between the humor, the romance, and the plot that make her books an enjoyable read.
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I quite liked Fang and Aimee as a couple and both turned out to have some fun hidden powers. I think I've even warmed a bit to Dev so that has also helped with my enthusiasm for the next instalment of the series. As always we got a ton of fun cameos from past Dark-Hunters characters. Vane and Fury along with the Peltier clan were always going to have a part in this story but it was great to see the likes of Acheron and Valerious pop up as well as a bunch of new demons, both the villainous type and others who might not be quite so evil: I bumped my rating from 4 stars to 3.
Audio Note: This was narrated by Holter Graham. He did a decent job. I still prefer Fred Berman but at least Holter and Fred are really consistent with their character interpretation. When I picked up this book, I was so excited that I finally got around to reading Fang and Aimee's story. I went into the book with very high expectations, but unfortunately, it turned out to be something opposite of what I was hoping it would be, not with the whole story but just some parts of it.
And that made me a little sad. I didn't say or mean that it was bad or disappointing or anything. The romance between them just wasn't the 3.
The romance between them just wasn't the fireworks, not half as close as I had imagined it to be. Anyway, the plot was engaging enough for me to keep reading like crazy. There was so much going on in this book that I felt like I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. This was the story of true love across species between Fang Kattalakis, a Katagari wolf, and Aimee Peltier, an Arcadian bear. At first I liked Aimee just fine. But as I read further into the story, I found Aimee started to get on my nerves.
She repeatedly made mistakes and didn't know how to fix them. Fang, on the other hand, impressed me with his strong will and his loyalty to his family. The Simi is my favorite demon as always! Every time she showed up, she would bring a smile to my face.
Near the end when Eli and his thugs attacked on Sanctuary, all hell broke loose; everyone came to Sanctuary to join the battle and to protect the Peltiers. Simi was the only one who enjoyed this fight! Even Acheron was fighting with staff and sword. The rest of them. However, Bad Moon Rising might not be as good as I thought it would be, but I liked it a lot and enjoyed the story for the most part. This was another interesting addition to the series.
View all 10 comments. Dec 10, Jilly rated it really liked it Shelves: I'm being generous with my stars tonight because it's almost Christmas. What the hell. Also, I have loved Fang and Aimee for a long time and have been waiting for their story.
Yes, the guy's name is Fang. That wasn't a typo. I think his mom wanted to name him after her favorite astronaut drink, but had a lisp He's a werewolf, so this is a photo of his actual mother while caroling one Christmas.
There was definitely no insta-love here. These two have been interested in each other for years, but t I'm being generous with my stars tonight because it's almost Christmas. These two have been interested in each other for years, but their love is forbidden since she is a bear-girl and he is a wolf-man. Who cares that they are also both human - it's disgusting! The book starts back in time when they first met and we get to read a lot of the stories that were going on in the background of some of the past books.
The thing is, there are so many freaking storylines going on at this point that the author could literally have a thousand monkeys typing on a thousand typewriters day and night and still not keep up with them all. Not to mention the astronomical medical bills for all of those monkeys with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
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It's pretty angsty. And, you know how I love me some angsty love crap. There are even lovely bits of poetry in a locket that they keep repeating to themselves and each other Thy image lives within my heart. Closing the locket, he kissed it lightly and returned it to his neck. Yeah, it was girly enough to make him want to puke. You know who else wanted to puke after reading this? As a matter of fact, what the hell am I thinking, giving this 4-stars?
I am filled with a crap-load of Christmas spirit right now! Bring it down a notch, Buddy! View all 7 comments. View all 44 comments. Throughout the series, it was pretty much a given that Aimee and Fang would end up together, and they finally did! However, the path to true love never runs smoothly, and our intrepid heroes have to endure much to reach their HEA. This book definitely isn't a stand-alone, but really the only ones you need to read to understand what's going on in this book are Night Play and Unleash the Night.
On top of revisiting a lot of the favorite characters okay, all of the characters; was that really neces Throughout the series, it was pretty much a given that Aimee and Fang would end up together, and they finally did!
On top of revisiting a lot of the favorite characters okay, all of the characters; was that really necessary? But there was nothing new or exciting about the romance angle, it was all about the perpetuation of the series and exploring the characters in deeper context. All I can say is, I knew I liked Aimee, but the reason Fang fell in love with her is more than obvious as you get to know her. My biggest gripe with this is the series spans years, and this story hits all the major bases of the series, but for some reason, it's never made clear that the time span is years, and not just months.
Reading through it, the only mention of "years" anywhere is at the very end, when Fang tells Aimee he's been in love with her for years. Otherwise, Kenyon marks time in days, weeks, and months, but it never seems to add up right in the timeline of the series. I don't know if it was a word count crunch or she just didn't include all that info, but I found it very odd that nothing was said.
Beyond that, it was a decent, entertaining, if not too thought-provoking, read from a series that I've grown not to expect too much more from. View all 6 comments. Ok - this book was a hot mess. Some good, some bad. Many years!
Which was very confusing at times since it was not always clear. Most of the book took place during a time period already covered in other books.
Many of the events and some if the conversations were already in other books. So for me it was boring at times. Sometimes it was interesting seeing the "other side" of a scene or convo, but mostly I was bored. IMO, this is not a romance.
There is very little romance Ok - this book was a hot mess. There is very little romance between Aimee and Fang. They are determined to stay apart because they are different species.
So even though there is attraction, they stay apart for years. They basically get together because they think he is going to die so it won't matter. Really not romantic! My safety exception is because of this ongoing denial and separation. Fang tries but cannot get hard. Only Aimee does this anymore but they have only kissed once and are not together. The female rubs on him, zipper down, and gets pissed because he cannot perform. Aimee continues to try to find a bear mate meeting lots of other bear shifters but never does anything with them.
Lets be honest werebears sound too much like carebears for anyone to be able to take them seriously! Turns out that whole long delay was a mistake! Fang and Aimee's story had a lot more to it than just the were-hunter stuff that we have see plenty of times before.
We got to met a lot of familiar faces from the early books as well as a ton of interesting new demons and the like. There is so many characters and magical races in the Dark-Hunter's series now that my long delay was definitely a mistake because I found I was struggling to remember them all.
Not that I'm complaining because it is that depth to the world-building that separates this series from the bulk of the rest of the books in the PNR genre. The other issue I had with my long delay was that a lot of this story runs concurrently with events from Unleash the Night Wren's story and Night Play Vane's story and my memory of those happenings was just not fresh enough.
Please try again later. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. I am having a hard time understanding how any fan of Sherrilyn Kenyon and her Dark-Hunter series could be disappointed with this book.
I just finished reading it for the 2nd time, and this time, it only took me 2 days because I could not put it down.
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For those who haven't read the series and are thinking of reading this, you should start at the beginning and go in order because you will get much more out of the series that way. This book added so much to the series for me.
I really enjoyed getting a new look at the lives of the squires. I recommend this to anyone who can open their mind and enjoy a compelling story.
One person found this helpful. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. There may be spoilers. After the disappointment of the last book I read and DNF it was so wonderful to be engrossed in a story.
Nothing broke my immersion. All they did do is give me a healthier respect for their time and place in my own writing. Savitar was a bright spot I actually cheered out loud over. Puss in Boots drew me in more than any other Dark Hunter since Valerius.
Read it and enjoy. It has been about two years since I've purchased any of the Dark Hunter Novels as they were not available in bookstores in India. Once I purchased my Kindle I did start reading them again, however the list of characters was so long it began to swirl in my mind and so I stopped at Wren's story. Recently, I decided to go back to the series and see if it was as good as I remembered. It was nice. It should have been awesome.
I was truly looking forward to seeing how they could finally come together. I was left wanting. I can say I had no problem with the Thorn portions of the story although the introduction of a new type of player had me wondering why Kenyon insists on prolonging a series by creating new species instead of creating a new series separately.
Having were-hunters and their embelishments and dark-hunters and their embelishments in the same series was confusing enough. I kept hoping for a glossary of terms just to remember what was what.
Now we have daimons and demons. I can say I didn't have much of a problem with the book beginning from the time Fang and Aimee met. After all if someone picked this up without reading the previous novels in the series it would have been very confusing. As it was I found myself exiting the story too many times by trying to remember what the back story of many of the scenes were.
Talon's Story, Valerius', Vane's, Wren's. Granted we get to see some of the kissy kissy that was going on that we were unable to see in the earlier stories, but it wasn't enough. As another reviewer stated, I was told that they loved each other, not shown. I truly didn't get a lot of zing that I had gotten with the earlier novels. Issues I do have include: There are that huge spans of time that are just jumped over. Three lines and three months pass without understanding how either Fang or Aimee were feeling.
Just a couple of lines thrown in to say they felt bad. This made the book actually feel more like an outline than a novel. An entire new mythology is being introduced inside a Dark Hunter novel. Maybe I missed something in one of the few books in the series that I haven't read but by looking at the synopsis of the other books I don't think so. Shouldn't there have been a novel just on the Demon stuff and then the two universes merged?
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Once again I come to the concept that this should have broken into separate series. Family is a major theme in this novel. However, most of the novel is with everyone keeping secrets and being angry with families.
Mistrust and anger very little comfort. There were several family time's mentioned, but once again these scenes seemed more like statements from an outline than true emotional family scenes. In conclusion, this story has been interspersed through so many others.Had all the elements you would want in a story.
Now he wants Marguerite. This is my second time reading this book--my first DH reread. When does that happen between brothers?
There is so many characters and magical races in the Dark-Hunter's series now that my long delay was definitely a mistake because I found I was struggling to remember them all.
For thousands of years, hes drifted through the human unconscious, searching for sensation. That is my existence, and it is dark and dangerous.
Even more disturbing, I find myself wondering if there's any way a woman like Amanda can love a man whose battle scars run deep, and whose heart was damaged by a betrayal so savage that he's not sure it will ever beat again. Sherrilyn Kenyon, a rainha do paranormal. At least until an intriguing and lethal stranger walks into her life.
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