Unleash the Night

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Piatkus, 2006 - Animals, Mythical - 269 pages
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An extremely rare Tigarian Katagaria, Wren is half snow leopard and half white tiger. Both species are extremely dangerous. Combined, they are lethal. He's reclusive and anti-social.

Marguerite Godoeau has spent her lifetime trying to please her politician father. But has come to the recent conclusion that she wants her freedom. Missing her friend Nick Gautier who was a voice of reason in her insane life, she goes to Nick's favorite bar, Sanctuary.

From the moment he sees her, Wren is completely captivated by Marguerite. Compelled, he follows after her and starts a most forbidden courtship. Wren knows he has no business with a human. He has too many enemies as it is. Yet he can't seem to let go of the only thing in his life that means something to him. Through enemies, both human and other, they have to learn to stand together or be devoured.

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Wonderful characters, excellent plot, well done! - Goodreads
Even the plot summary for that felt boring. - Goodreads
I love this series.I love Sherrilyn Kenyon writing. - Goodreads
The ending is really good and very surprising. - Goodreads
Wren) Nice imagery there, tiger. - Goodreads
Ending reappearance of Nick :( Good book. - Goodreads

Review: Unleash the Night (Were-Hunter #2)

User Review  - Ernoz Seyipz - Goodreads

Always falling in love with Were-Hunter stories,,,oh <3 Wren Tigarian #DeeplyKiss for Sherrilyn Kenyon because she write beautiful stories :-) . Read full review

Review: Unleash the Night (Were-Hunter #2)

User Review  - Kelli Hamill - Goodreads

Love this were tiger. So haunted by his past, you cannot help but fall in love with him and want him to find his HEA. Fantastic story, as always! Read full review

About the author (2006)

Writing as Sherrilyn Kenyon and Kinley MacGregor, she is the NEW YORK TIMES bestselling and award-winning author of several series: the Dark-Hunters; the Lords of Avalon; and the League. She lives with her husband and three sons in Nashville, Tennessee.

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