In the war against vampires, mankind has only one hope: The Dark-Hunters.
Ancient warriors who died of brutal betrayal, they have sworn themselves into the service of the goddess Artemis to protect us and to get a chance to take down their enemies.
It's a pact with pretty good perks - immortality, power, psychic abilities, wealth and a cool wardrobe.
But it comes with a few drawbacks: fatal sun poisoning and a new, irreparable dental problem.
But aside from the fangs and nocturnal lifestyle, it's not so bad.
Now things are tightening up on Kyrian and Amanda. As they face a new kind of Daimon that appears to be on massive steroids, Kyrian's powers become unsteady.
Amanda's powers are moving to the forefront, but she still wants to deny them.
If they don't find a way to stabilize and unite their powers soon, more than their lives will be over...ours will be too.
Some days it really sucks to be human...and immortal.
From the imagination of Sherrilyn Kenyon comes the next humorous and action-packed manga volume in her number 1 internationally bestselling "Dark-Hunter Series".
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 208 pages, chiefly Illustrations
- Publisher: Griffin Publishing
- Publication Date: 22/03/2010
- Category: Horror & ghost stories
- ISBN: 9780312554002
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Review by jshillingford
The manga adaptation of Kenyon's Dark-Hunter paranormal romance series is very well done. It looks as though two manga will equate to each novel. This is very reasonable. The stories are necessarily edited to accommodate the different medium, but are not short-changed in the process. I do wish that the titles conveyed which books were being adapted rather than just doing numbered volumes. D-H volumes 1 and 2 are adapted from "Night Pleasures." Highly recommended.
Review by District13
This manga is the second half of the original version "Night Pleasures" by Sherrilyn Kenyon. This is a pretty decent interpretation, though I like the original better, since several parts are omitted in order to fit the manga style. However, I would recommend this to anyone interested in her style of Ancient Greek and Roman historical meets present day romance novels. It's a very neat way to catch a different kind of audience, and gives her readers another way to see her characters.