Cover Lover

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.


21 thoughts on “Cover Lover – Styxx

    1. 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.

      1. 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.

        1. 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.

    1. 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.

        1. 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.

          1. 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.

  1. 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.

    1. 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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