Devil May Cry by Sherrilyn Kenyon
A Dark Hunter Novel
St. Martinís Press
Sensual Paranormal Romance
ISBN 978-0-312-36950-7
Reviewed by Nannette



Sin was once a Sumerian god but is now like a Dark Hunter.  Sin despises Artemis for what she took from him.  His desire to see her destroyed consumes him.

The Greek goddess Artemis created the Dark Hunters for her own reasons, as well as to protect humans against the Daimons.  Acheron Parthenopaeus is their guardian. 

Artemis enlists the help of Katra Agrotera to retrieve the Tablet of Destiny from Sin.  The tablet is an ancient book that can be used to strip a god of his or her powers and Artemis believes Sin will use it against her.

Sin doesnít just want his powers back; he needs them.  Without them he cannot stop the Dimme and the Gallu demons from breaking free of the prison he put them in when he was still a god.  The demons will destroy humankind if given the chance.  Kat is torn between believing Artemis or Sin.  Her compassion and her mistrust of Artemisí motives lead her to help Sin.  In the process of recovering the tablet, Sinís and Katís lives and hearts become entwined while the fate of the world lies in their hands.  

Devil May Cry is another explosive novel in Sherrilyn Kenyonís Dark Hunter series.  Against all odds and maybe common sense, Sin and Kat come together.  Watching their relationship unfold is beautiful; itís full of passion and powerful emotions.  Devil May Cry has a few surprises in it and also offers a refresher course into the history of the Dark Hunters and those in their world.  Witty banter and the appearances of gods, goddess, and other characters, bring amusement and depth to this intense and exciting story.  I highly recommend reading the previous books in this series, but it is not necessary.


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