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Likes: Horror, macabre, fairy tales, ghosts, hauntings, serial killers, zombies, werewolves, shapeshifters, vampires, time travel, orphans, clones, thrillers, classics, gothic

 

I like to read anything that tells a good story, duh ;) Genre doesn't really matter much but I tend to read dark fiction and fantasy the most. I skip chick lit and romance novels with a few exceptions for the extraordinary.

 

My ratings system:

5 stars - ADORED; plan to read over and over and over.

4 stars - ENJOYED; will likely read once or twice more.

3 stars - LIKED; may or may not read again ... someday.

2 stars - MEH; no plans to read again.

1 stars - I didn't enjoy the story and was lucky to finish.

0 stars - I couldn't or wouldn't finish for reasons that may or may not be listed in the review box.

Currently reading

The Oxford Book of American Short Stories
Edgar Allan Poe, Henry James, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Herman Melville, Mark Twain, Edith Wharton, Ray Bradbury, Charlotte Gilman Perkins, Willa Carter, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Stephen Crane, Washington Irving, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Katherine Anne Porter, Eudora Welty, Nath
Progress: 225/768 pages

Seize the Night (Dark-Hunter #7) by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Seize The Night (Dark-Hunter, Book 7) Book club edition by sherrilyn kenyon published by St. Martin's Press (2005) [Hardcover] - --N/A--

Rating: 3.5 of 5

 

Seize the Night is the first and only novel of the Dark-Hunter series I've read. For me, a guilty pleasure. It was what I expected: great chemistry between Tabitha and Valerius, just enough "romance," a dynamic world - entertaining overall. The last three to four chapters felt like a mad dash to wrap everything up, though.

 

What I most appreciated was, despite this being my first read in the series, I didn't feel like I was missing huge chunks of information; the novel felt like a complete story.