Cover Lover – Styxx

Yep, another one to add to the TBR pile – but hopefully I can get the approximately 900 books of Sherrilyn Kenyon‘s Dark Hunter series before Styxx actually comes out on September 3rd.

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21 thoughts on “Cover Lover – Styxx

    • I am actually not sure – this one is on my TBR bucket list. I think I do remember hearing something about “the bad twin”, though.

      • Styxx, Styxx… (lol have you noticed anytime I comment here I can never remember character names?) I have 1-Valerius on my bookshelf and other randoms, but not in order. I’m not very good at keeping up with series longer than 15 books. I think the only ones I’ve really stuck with are LOTU and IAD.

      • You would be surprised how many times I have to stop in the middle of writing a post to go through either my book lists here or Goodreads to find the name of the character I am talking about. In my head, everyone is dude or chick.

    • Oooh, I do like it when the bad-boy gets redeemed. If it is done right, and they don’t all of a sudden become a saint, that is.

      • I loved Cole – the whole reason I watched Charmed. I thought Kresley Cole handled Lothaire perfectly, too – he didn’t become a good guy, but you still root for him.

      • Ahhh Lothaire was a really good book and I ended up loving him by the end of the book. I like when the bad guy gets a soft spot for a girl and keeps his bad boy ways with everyone but the women who he loves. Talk about being whipped.

      • That is the best – Lothaire was a hoot in Shadow’s Claim. He definitely didn’t lose his bite.

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  2. I’m only halfway through Acheron… for the past three years. Can’t get passed the part with him resting on his throne. I don’t want to be talked into liking Styxx.. it seems like it’s going to be that type of book. It’s going to be hard to fit the pieces together in a believable way, but SKenyon seems to have an iron clad mind, she should be able to do it. I don’t mind how many she writes as once I get out of my Acheron-throne-rut I’ll be addicted and needing many more again. But I’m like that, once I love something its always, I don’t loose interest. I need time to recover.. like the first half of Acheron, but I don’t lose interest.

    • Heh…three year rut. Sounds like something I would do. I haven’t read any of them yet, but I do have them all…plus the hardcover re-releases. I have heard that a lot of people felt the same about Acheron, that they had a love/disinterest relationship with different parts of the book. Good luck getting through!

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