In this next searing tale of the Immortals After Dark series, number-one New York Times best-selling author Kresley Cole delves deeper into the mysterious Clan MacRieve, a family tormented by ancient agonies and forbidden wolven hungers.
Uilleam MacRieve, a centuries-old Lykae warrior, was captured, caged, and experimented on by a shadowy human order, along with other immortals. During a prison break that devolved into one of the bloodiest massacres in recent history, he escapes. But the aftermath of his unspeakable torture preys on his damaged mind, while the wolf inside him roars for vengeance and carnage. In the days leading up to the full moon, can MacRieve rein in his beast, even when he encounters his mate - a vexingly impossible female unlike anything he'd ever dreamed for himself?
©2013 Kresley Cole (P)2013 Simon & Schuster Audio
O Day of days when we can read! The reader and the book, either without the other is naught. Ralph Waldo Emerson. I Love to read, a great time for me is curling up with a great book!!!
I must say that KC keeps out doing herself. One of the hallmarks of a good author for me is one who can write two very similar stories and yet make each their own. That is what this is. Although the story line is very similar to another of her wolves, this was still its own story and it got me.
I loved it
Robert Petkoff did an awesome job of narrating this latest installment of Kresley Coles Immortals After Dark series.
A few twists and turns that keep me on the edge of my seat!
Looking forward towards the next one...soon please!
I have listen to a few of Kresley Cole's novels in the past and found this one to be the best by far. I almost didn't buy this one just because there were some themes in the previous novels I thought were overdone. This one had a lot more depth and character plot than previous ones and I found myself enjoying it a lot.
The few plot twists. Normally I can predict the future of novels, but when I get a surprise, I really like them.
That's a hard one to answer. I guess the one where the two main characters were out jogging. I am not sure what about that made it really stick to me. Mostly because no one else in the series really seems that athletic and it was nice to see.
Uh... expect the unexpected?
It was a good book. If anyone is looking for a novel to curl up with and listen to while you knit or whatnot this would be it.
This book did not disappoint!!! This series just keeps getting better. Macrieve and Chloe are great together. Great job Ms. Cole!!!
love listening to books vampire romance books
great story loved the readers as well i wish that all the books were available from audible
so i could have the whole set
Although the Immortals series is a little bit predictive, this is still a fun read/listen. I particularly enjoyed Robert Petkoff's narration. I wasn't sure that I would like it but he did a great job. If you are looking for a book that is just about enjoying the story, this is the book for you. The characters were fun, although Macrieve was a little annoying with his angst.
Didn't read the print version but I can zone out much better with headphones and my kindle then if I am just reading a book when family happens to be around it's a better and a greater way to listen intently.
Macrieve of course than his brother very good flow there in the conversations.
I loved the fact that the voice was very husky and old world just like it should have been he did a fantastic job!
Hmmm well when I first started reading it I thought oh same ole stuff but as I listened more the turn in it was great and caught my attention. The biggest reaction I had was wishing she had the next story already and wishing I could get all her previous of the Immortals on Audible.
Great story I am never disappointed by her books. I have yet to read one that I do not like great job....write faster LOL
Not sure what to say really. I love listening to audio books. :)
Robert Petkoff...my my my I think I'm in LUST!! LOL Petkoff pulls off the hot and raspy Scottish accent for the title character like no one's business
Macrieve DEFINITELY Macrieve
Absolutely! Robert Petkoff does an amazing job with Macrieve's accent bringing a whole new light to the book.
This is as amazing as all of his other books that I've listened too!
I'm totally in love with the immortals after dark series. This book isn't my favorite in the series but its still really good! This is worth the read.
Another reviewer mentioned that this book was formulaic, and to an extent I find myself agreeing with that sentiment: the tortured hero and the spunky heroine have some “issues” to work through before their HEA. That said, isn’t that what makes this series so thoroughly enjoyable? As a fan of the IIAD series, I was happy to see the elements I have always loved—the humor, the romance, the passion, the ever-expanding world of the Lore (and, of course, Nix!)—are all present and accounted for. As for the story itself, the Macrieve we meet in the first third of the book is hotter than hot, and the tender yet sizzling heat between him and Chloe is absolute PERFECTION! To bring necessary tension to the story, however, Cole adds a twist that puts Macrieve and Chloe at odds. Because I already felt that Macrieve and Chloe were so perfect for one another, I found myself getting impatient with this part of the story line. That did not, of course, prevent me from devouring this book in one very over-stimulated weekend! Bottom line: if you are an IIAD fan, this book, like all the others, does not disappoint!
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