Part of The Dark Hunter Series, Night Play does not disappoint. Kenyon takes the genre of the paranormal into the realm of believable.
The story of Bride and Vane is no different. Vane Ware Hunter with a troubled past and Bride a normal human female are thrown together by the Fates. Vane's enemies want him dead, he has a family who does not accept him and he also has a hidden secret.
In a short period of time Vane must convince Bride, that there are more than humans that walk among us. If that was not enough he has to fight to convince himself that Bride is just what he needs to survive.
With the every day woven with the unbelievable you have no choice but believe that all is possible.
Kenyon always leaves a thread or two ready to weave into the next story to be told.
Bride McTierney has had it with men. They're cheap, self-centered, and never love her for who she is. But though she prides herself on being independent, deep down she still yearns for a knight in shining armor.
She just never expected her knight in shining armor to have a shiny coat of fur...
Deadly and tortured, Vane Kattalakis isn't what he seems. Most women lament that their boyfriends are dogs. In Bride's case, hers is a wolf. A Were-Hunter wolf. Wanted dead by his enemies, Vane isn't looking for a mate. But the Fates have marked Bride as his. Now he has three weeks to either convince Bride that the supernatural is real or he will spend the rest of his life neutered--something no self-respecting wolf can accept...
But how does a wolf convince a human to trust him with her life when his enemies are out to end his? In the world of the Were-Hunters, it really is dog-eat-dog. And only one alpha male can win.