Heart Wrenching Trap
I love Naomi in this. The fact that she could not only come to terms with her death, but find something to laugh about with it speaks of the sort of bravery that can never be taught or matched. Not to mention her skill with Conrad puts the idea of an experienced woman in a new light. How she managed to guide him, the power she held and gave up shows just what it means to be a great lover.
I won't lie, he brings out the soul of the book. He manages to bring the female characters as well as the males to life to the point I'm surprised to not find them in my living room when I turn around.
A resurrection of two lost souls.
This is the sort of book that will capture your attention and broaden your perspective. That serious crap out of the way, if you want the soft core, he loves her she loves him, one of them makes and obvious epic screw up and they come back together with sappy music, click back and forget you heard this writer's name. But if you want something unpredicted, something that lays both the male and female cast bear to show their vulnerabilities with a few bloody sword fights mixed in, click the one click now.
There is a reason this is my favorite book in the entire series. Everytime I'm touched by the connection between these two and have a sense that they have actual problems that we can deal with in a relationship. I love how they bring out the best and worst in each other and still manage to come back and admit where they were wrong.
Reviewing Romance & Urban Fantasy
Dark Needs at Night’s Edge is the 4th full length book in Kresley Cole’s Immortals After Dark series that is set in a world with all kinds of paranormal creatures from vampires and demons to werewolves and now ghosts.
We meet the unlikely hero, Conrad in earlier books about his older brothers. Now we get to see what the missing younger Wroth brother has been up to……battling blood lust and becoming one of the most feared assassins in the lore (paranormal world). One thing that has push Conrad into the assassin jig is his hatred of vampires. He has sworn to kill his brothers before killing himself.
Not knowing his plan to swipe out the family; Conrad’s brothers kidnap him after their long search to find him, in hopes of helping him over come his blood lust.
The Worth brothers hold Conrad up in an abandoned house that once belonged to the beautiful 20s dancer, Neomi.
Neomi has been stuck in her home after her ex-fiance murdered her. She longs for companionship but being a ghost no has seen or talked to her in the 80 years of her afterlife. Until a group of strange men enter her home.
Neomi is filled with hope when it appears that one of the men can see and hear her. But he’s not man at all. Neomi is shocked to find out that vampires are real and that she is falling in love with one.
Neomi and Conrad have pasts to over come and trust to build before they get their HEA. But it’s a sexy, fun and heart breaking ride from being to end.
I love this series and how we get to see past characters pop up and no IAD book is complete without a cameo from the ever knowing Valkyrie, Nix. She is a great secondary character and I can’t for her to get her HEA.
There is currently 12 books (including a couple of novellas) out on shelves with more to come. They are slowing recording the series on audio Robert Pektoff does a great job with the narration and I can’t wait for the next book, Dark Desires After Dusk to be released on audio in February.
If you are looking for a fun and sexy paranormal romance read you should try the Immortal After Dark series.
Have not read the print. Love my audible.
When Conrad realized he could touch her.
Yes first three of these books and he's a wonderful narrator. And I'm picky!!
I would use the title that was given to this book.
Four books down and I just love them. While I did not enjoy the second one nearly as much as the others, I can't wait to listen to them all. You continue to learn more and more about the Lore. It's very fascinating.
More of the same great series from Kresley Cole. We meet a new Wroth brother. Conrad Wroth is the baddest of the Wroth brothers, and he has the mental and physical scars to show for it. He has drank blood from the source for so long that the memories are making him very unstable. His brothers trap and hold him prisoner to "dry him out" so to speak. The house they have purchased to keep him in is haunted by Naomi Laress, a famous ballerina from the 20's who was murdered in the house.
Not only do we get their story, but the other back stories are still going on and we don't loose touch with other characters we got attached to in other books.
Petkoff does an excellent job with the narration.
Once again I will give this a "for adults" only rating.
I absolutely love this series!!! The only thing is...I skipped ahead to add the rest of the series to my wish list and found that not all of books are available...ugggh...hopefully when I get that far Audible will have made them available!!!
absoluteley! I'm a sucker for fantasy and the paranormal, and kresley cole combines everything i love and more in this series, a must read
oh my, oh my, oh my.. What an addicting series. I just cant stop listening. This book was just as good as the previous. This is Neomi and Conrad's story, gotta love a ghost and red eyed vampire! And the sex?? WOW hot and steamy!! Wonderful writing, characters and story line.
I can hardly believe that this narrator is so good that he can do a female french accent and it sound fantastic!! He has to be the best male narrator ever!!
nope. i love this series, this story was just not for me.
i loved the voice of the narrator but i couldn't fall for the H & H.
i love the series, you shouldn't put the series off !
Not my favorite, but that perhaps because I'm not a fan of Ghosts, i mean they are gone. whats the fun in that? ! haha
that you got to meet the rest of the brothers.
Murdoch was my favorite I loved how he took charge and was so sure that he was gonna bring back his baby brother.
the Lycan he does the best Scottish Brogue.
When Conrad was frantically looking for his mate in the cemetery, you knew at that moment he loved her unconditionally.