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  • ISBN 0060849916
  • ISBN13 978-0060849917
  • Language English
  • Author Kathryn Smith
  • Publisher Avon (January 30, 2007)
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  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory United States
  • Size ePub 1135 kb
  • Size Fb2 1356 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 560

Bishop has been a vampire for 700 years and though he wishes nothing more than to live his life in peace, getting humans to believe that vampires are not monsters is a difficult task, and vampire hunters like The Reaper make it even more difficult.

Believing that a vampire killed her mother, Irina leads a band of vigilantes, determined to rid the world of these monsters. What no one knows is that Irina herself is half–vampire. Determined to deny that side of her, Irina captures Bishop, believing he can lead her to the vampire responsible for her mother's death. But over the course of Bishop's captivity, secrets about Irina's past are revealed and she soon learns that what she has always believed to be true is anything but. Now Irina and Bishop are in a race against time as they fight for their lives––and their love.

Night of the Huntress is the second book in the Brotherhood of Blood series

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NIGHT OF THE HUNTRESS is by author Kathryn Smith. This is one of those very rare historical paranormals that are far and few between. In NIGHT OF THE HUNTRESS, Bishop comes face to face with the Halfling vampire Marika whose sole passion is to slay all vampires in her quest to find the one whom she's been told killed her mother. Initially, Marika thought of Bishop as just another monster to be rid of.

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After having given up on historical romances quite a few years ago for various reasons, I'm almost reluctant to admit that a few very pleasurable reads in the historical paranormal romance/fantasy genres have dragged me back into the fold of late, despite myself. The blame lands partial on Kathryn Smith's shoulders, as her Brotherhood of Blood series is one of those responsible for my return. I found Night of the Huntress, the second book in this series, to be even better than the first, with more a far more enjoyable female lead, the Huntress Marika Korzha than the one in Be Mine Tonight (Brotherhood of Blood, Book 1), Prudence Ryland, who I found to be a bit too whiney and too much a lady of her age. Perhaps that's why I enjoyed Marika so much more, actually, for although the series is set just before the turn of the 19th century, Marika is a woman far ahead of her time. She's a dhampyr - half human, half vampire - and on a mission to hunt vampires and track down the murderous monster responsible for her mother's death, the elusive Saint. The job offer to track and catch his longtime friend and brother in blood, Bishop, comes at a fortuitous time, and she takes the job...then manages to capture the vampire...but before turning him over to the people who hired her, she's got to get whatever information Bishop has about Saint's whereabouts from him. As Bishop is more than reluctant to betray a friend, she'll do whatever necessary to...convince him - after all, he's a bloodthirsty killer. A vicious murdering monster. A soulless fiend.

Or is he?

That question starts to torment her as a lifetime of prejudice smacks up against six centuries of strength and honor, and Bishop starts to get under her skin before worming his way into his heart. Unfortunately, when you're blind to the prejudice of monsters in vampire form, you miss the machinations of monsters far more humanly cloaked. Marika and Bishop become hunted by the very people who originally hired her, and the conspiracy goes far deeper and is far more wide spread than either are aware. It'll take both of them - their strength and intelligence - just to keep themselves alive.

Night of the Huntress is cleverly plotted and after a bit of a slow start, where Marika's clinging to prejudice and spouting groundless vitriol started to wear on me, it really took off nicely. The development of the relationship between Bishop and Marika was well done and the depth of each character surprisingly nuanced and realistic. There's a wealth of subtly spectacular world building in this series, because not only does the author have to write a convincing paranormal romance, but she has to blend in realistic historical cultural issues relevant to the time to really make the plot work - and she does so quite deftly. The deepening conspiracy and danger of the group out to bring down the Brotherhood of Blood is also well told, and manages to threaten and entice without overwhelming the romantic aspects. Very nicely balanced. This book and this series will be a huge hit for fans of historical and paranormal romance genres and even for those NOT so fond of historical romances...if they're fans enough of contemporary paranormal romance, this book in particular and the series as a whole is well worth your time (trust me, I'm one of you).
I absolutely love this series. This is the second of five in this series. This book is about Bishop and Marika. Marika is a vampire huntress with supernatural speed and strength, making her deadly at her job. Bishop has returned to his old home to help a friend who's brother has gone missing. The sister thinks it was the huntress. Before Bishop could even began his search he is ambushed by the huntress, 4 men and a poison meant to knock him out. Chaining him in her basement the huntress demands to know where Saint his. His long time friend is being falsely accused by this huntress, he'll die before he gives him up. Marika and Bishop talk, Bishop pitying Marika's blind hatred of that which she doesn't understand. Markia calling Bishop and 'it' and a killer. Certain circumstances bring in a bigger threat to the both and they are forced to join forces. This is a past paced fantastic paranormal romance. I couldn't put it down, it was over before i knew it, leaving me wanting more! The story will continue in the next installment for the silver palm fanatics want Temple, Bishop, Chapel, Saint and Reign all under their control. They have 1 only four more!
Only one complaint.... Wasn't Marcus taken in the end of the first novel?? Cause he wasn't in the second and I was confussed.
Be Mine Tonight (The Brotherhood of Blood, Book 1) Chapel
Night of the Huntress (The Brotherhood of Blood, Book 2) Bishop
Taken by the Night (The Brotherhood of Blood, Book 3) Saint
Let the Night Begin (The Brotherhood of Blood, Book 4) Reign
Night After Night (Brotherhood of the Blood, Book 5) Temple
I didn't know about Kathryn Smith's series until a little bit ago, but so glad I found them. If you aren't familiar with Ms. Smith, or her Brotherhood of Blood series, this is one you should consider for you next reading adventure.

If only I could be Marika! Night of the Huntress is the second book in the Brotherhood of Blood series. I enjoyed the first book, and absolutely fell in love with this one.

Marika is a feisty, determined and independent woman who is dead set on killing the creatures...err, monsters she hates the most...vampires. That is until she captures Bishop.

Bishop stole my heart. His character was totally off the chart and believable in every way imaginable. If anyone wondered if a vampire had a heart and had patience, it is Bishop. Now, he's not the most charming of gents...rather crude and shocking at times, but isn't that what it takes for a strong independent woman to fall in love with a man. Someone to knock her off her stool? And that's what Bishop this thrilling story.

They truly want to kill each other in the beginning, which I really thought some of the scenes were hilarious ( in a good way). I found myself laughing out loud and the abrupt comments Bishop made to Marika. Then found myself falling in love as they fell in love.

Our Marika is not the fair Maid Marian, but she's a fierce fighter, and much stronger than the average human...she's a half vampire of course. She's killed hundreds of vampires, and Bishop appears on her list- well, actually capturing him to lead her to another vampire called Saint. As the story goes along, we discover why Marika hates vampires, but as the touching truth is becomes Bishop's quest to make Marika see that all vampires are not evil monsters as she believes them to be. She's been lied to and betrayed by the ones who were supposed to protect and love her. But when the truth is finally revealed...all stops are out! Your heart will truly be touched as the light finally comes through in Marika's heart. You feel the frustration behind Bishop, as he can't decide to kill her, love her ...or even why he wants to make love to her. But he can't help himself from saving her life, even though she's a little miss independent.

I hated for this book to end. And even though it was beautifully written, and all the good stuff you'd expect in a romance novel, I wanted it to continue. Don't get me wrong, the story has a very satisfying ending. I clung to every word and every page.

Kudos to Ms. Smith for such a wonderful book! This is not a page skipper! You will not find one boring page in this book and the action and reaction, backed by a beautiful story has weaved an wonderful series. Night of the Huntress is a sexy and daring story that gives you a thirst for more! I look forward to the third installment.