Sherrilyn Kenyon Writing Styles in Unleash the Night

Sherrilyn Kenyon
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Point of View

This story is told in third person, but the point of view if both Maggie and Wren's. Maggie and Wren comment about their feelings toward each subject, the characters and development of the people in the story. One knows that they are quite taken by one another. Maggie is sympathetic to Wren each time he is wounded and does her best to mend his wounds and give him her love.

This story is fiction, a work in which one timeframe is briefly interrupted by another. The people in the earlier timeframe are Wren's mother and father in the 1980's. Love conquers all, the author shows us. Maggie and Wren, the main characters, enter a relationship not knowing much about each other. Wren holds his Were-Hunter status in secret in the beginning, but learns to trust Maggie and, slowly, the relationship grows. Before long, Maggie learns of...

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