Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Dream Chaser (Dark-Hunter Universe #14)

Hades doesn’t often give second chances...

Xypher has one month on Earth to redeem himself through one good deed or be condemned to eternal torture in Tartarus. But redemption means little to a demigod who only wants vengeance on the one who caused his downfall.

Until one day in a cemetery...

Simone Dubois is a medical examiner with a real knack for the job. Those who are wrongfully killed appear to her and help her find the evidence the police need to convict their killers. But when a man appears and tells her that she’s more than just a psychic, she’s convinced he’s insane.

Now the fate of the world hangs in her hands...

It was bad enough when just the dead relied on her. Now’s there’s the seductive Dream-Hunter Xypher who needs Simone’s help in opening a portal to the Atlantean hell realm to fight insatiable demons. The future of mankind is at stake—and so is her life. The only question now is: Who is the bigger threat: the demons out to kill her, or the man who has left her forever changed?

 I really want to like these Dream Hunter Books. I think I only enjoyed this one due to the fact it picked up right after Devil will Cry. 

We have Xypher, a man (dead) only has a month to prove that he can be human or Hades gets his soul back, 

Simone a half demon with the ability to speak to the dead. She even has a ghost that only she can see following her around. I enjoyed her character more than Xypher and that was a small disappointment.

So, these two were bound together, only about to go 20 feet or so from each other. This sounds like fun huh?

They of course fall in love and have lots o sex but the odd part was, I didn't really care. I think I am so excited about Acheron's book now, I rushed this one. 

Maybe I will go back and reread this one day after the excitement has worn off of Ash's book. 

That is all I am going to tell you about the plot. However, my opinion is, the Dream Hunter Books are subpar to the normal Dark Hunter books. I cannot, however, force myself not to read them as I am afraid that I will miss all the stuff. (Yes, that is a made up saying, but I like it :) 


“My father used to say that life is what you make it. Today is the first day of the rest of your life. You can’t change the past, but the future isn’t set in stone. You can effect a change there. Move forward not with hatred or love. Move forward with purpose. (Simone)”


Until Next Time, 

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