Review: No Mercy by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Reviewed by Jen

Blurb:  Live fast, fight hard—and if you have to die, take as many of your enemies with you as you can. That is the Amazon credo and it was one Samia lived and died by. But today, in contemporary New Orleans, the immortal Amazon warrior is about to learn that there’s a worse evil coming to slaughter mankind than she ever could have imagined.

Meet Dev Peltier. A shapeshifter who has stood guard at the front of Sanctuary for almost two hundred years, he’s seen it all—or so he thought.


I’m a little bummed…

Acheron (Dark-Hunter, Book 12)I was totally excited when I heard that Sherrilyn Kenyon was going to be signing copies of her new book in Seattle. I’ve been anxiously awaiting this book. So, I took time off work, convinced my sisters to take a road trip with me and we set out to drive across the state of Washington for a girls weekend.

After a 5 hour car drive, we arrive to the booksigning and discover a huge crowd… and that there is going to be a talk before the signing begins.


Jen’s Review: Dream Chaser by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Dream Chaser (A Dream-Hunter Novel, Book 3)Hades has given ex-dream hunter Xypher a month to exact his revenge on the woman who sent him to Tartarus. But he ends up chained, literally, to a woman who sees dead people. Simone is suddenly being hunted by demons and Xypher needs her help. And to top everything off, love is in the air.

OK, so I’m not great at summarizing a book… and one that was read at least a month ago. But I do remember loving the story.


Jen’s Review: Upon the Midnight Clear by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Upon The Midnight Clear (A Dream-Hunter Novel, Book 2)Aidan is a world-renowned celebrity who turned jaded after his family turned on him. Leta is a dream god who goes to Aidan to save his life as well as hers. What neither of them expected was a bond to form against these two who have known nothing but heartache in their lives.

Book two in her Dream Hunter series was a little bit of a let down. Besides being too short for my tastes, it didn’t have the complex plot, characters and emotions that the reader expects from a Kenyon novel.


Jen’s Review: The Dream-Hunter by Sherrilyn Kenyon

The Dream-Hunter (A Dream-Hunter Novel, Book 1)Dream gods have been condemned to live emotionless. So, when Arik can’t stay away from Geary and the feelings she fills him with, what’s a god to do? Geary is determined to finish her father’s work and discover Atlantis. But when a stranger who has been haunting her dreams is now standing in front of her in the flesh, she’s suddenly torn about what her heart really wants.

This is the first book in a spin-off of Ms.