Bad Moon Rising: A Dark-Hunter Novel (Dark-Hunters)

Bad Moon Rising (Dark-Hunter, #14; Were-Hunter, #6; Hellchaser, #3) - Sherrilyn Kenyon 3.5 Stars

I'm positive that since its been 3 odd years since I read Kenyon that I liked it better than I would have when it first came out. Aimee and Fang are a great couple, but of course, their relationship is a forbidden one and they spend more time apart and pining for each other than getting to be happy in love. Thorn, the devil's relative, was not, dare I say, serious enough to be who he his. Simi is always a treat to read about. Vane was a bit irritating and irrational.

Coming back to the paranormal romance/urban fantasy genre after a brief hiatus really lets you see the over-used methods that authors have. With this read is was the constant sarcasm that everyone seemed to have. I'm glad I didn't run across the trope of badass dominating alpha/conqueror do-what-the-hell-I-said-or-else stereotypes that are bombarding the scene these days.

An enjoyable read that took a while to end (in other words, it was drawn out)