Dark Side of the Moon (Dark Hunter, #9) by Sherrilyn Kenyon

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Title: Dark Side of the Moon
Series: Dark Hunter
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon

Susan Michaels was once the hottest reporter on the Beltway Beat until she walked into a setup that ruined her reputation. Now she’s working for a small Seattle paper, penning stories about killer moths and alien babies, convinced that her life couldn’t get any worse…

That was before an idea for a breaking news piece brings her to a local animal shelter where she ends up listening to her source rant about vampires and gets coerced into adopting a cat despite her allergies. But when her new pet suddenly reveals himself to be a gorgeous – and lethal – shapeshifter, Susan realizes that there’s far more at stake than a career-saving by-line.

Born into a world of predators, Were-Hunter Ravyn Kontis was betrayed by those he loved best. Soulless, pitiless, he has spent three hundred years battling the Diamons who seek to subjugate humankind. And with the ultimate battle about to begin, this one very human woman holds the power to shatter both their worlds…

 “We’re not the damned, folks, we’re the categorically fucked.”

“You know when people say fine, it generally means ‘leave me the hell alone because I don’t want to talk about what’s really bothering me.’”

“I hate you!”
“Don’t keep saying that, Artie. It’s cruel to get my hopes up.”

“There will always be a part of you that misses her. You’ll see something that reminds you of her and want to tell her about it, only to realize she’s not there anymore. Then you’ll feel her loss all over again.”
“You’re not helping me, Ravyn.”
“I know, buddy. But you will eventually make peace with yourself, and that’s the most important thing. Eventually, you’ll even be able to smile again when you think about her.”

“Honestly? I don’t want people around me for two reasons – they ultimately betray you or they die on you. Either way, you’re screwed and you spend all your time obsessing on why you didn’t see it coming. Or that you did something or didn’t do something to cause it. No offense, but I don’t like to be hurt and I’d rather just avoid it.”

“I can’t believe I’m mated to someone who’s allergic to me.”
“You? I’m the one who should be having a hissy. How do I introduce you to people? Hi, this is my…what? Significant other? Mate? Pet?”

Rating
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

Ravyn ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
Susan ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

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