The second installment in Kresley Cole’s best-selling steamy Immortals After Dark series is now available on audio for the first time!
Centuries ago, Sebastian Wroth was turned into a vampire - a nightmare in his mind - against his will. Burdened with hatred and alone for ages, he sees little reason to live - until an exquisite, fey creature comes to kill him, inadvertently saving him instead.
When Kaderin the Cold Hearted lost her two beloved sisters to a vampire attack long ago, a benevolent force deadened her sorrow - accidentally extinguishing all of her emotions. Yet whenever she encounters Sebastian, her feelings - particularly lust - emerge multiplied. For the first time, she’s unable to complete a kill.
The prize of the month-long contest is powerful enough to change history, and Kaderin will do anything to win it for her sisters. Wanting only to win her, forever, Sebastian competes as well, taking every opportunity - as they travel to ancient tombs and through catacombs, seeking relics around the world - to use her new feelings to seduce her. But when forced to choose between the vampire she’s falling for and reuniting her family, how can Kaderin live without either?
©2012 Kresley Cole (P)2012 Penguin Audio
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I have one thing to say about Robert Petkoff reading these books....WOW!!! He is the perfect person to read these characters. Rarely do you come across an actor who can not only play all male characters very convincingly but also play female characters and make you forget it's a male reading the character. Not to mention the accents he does are spot on! He makes listening to these great stories so enjoyable I find myself getting lost in them. I'd like to hear him read Christine Feehan's books as well...he'd be perfect for those too!
No I hated the dialect of sebastian that the narrator used
That Sebastian could trace to different areas was most interesting. the least interesting was his relationship with brothers.
dont like it
not at all
Exceeded my expectations
This book is in the same vein as Jacquelyn Frank's Nightwalker Series. The story line, characters and excitement really keeps you interested and wanting more. When I finished her books and finally stopped waiting for the next one, I looked for, hoped for something that would keep me as enthralled as the Night Walkers did and I found it in Kresley Cole's books.
He is great. He makes you instantly feel like you are inside the book
When I found out that one of the main characters would die I was crushed.
Be prepared for exciting twists and turns you don't see coming.
I can't put my finger on what I didn't like about this book. It seemed unrealistic which is funny since it is paranormal romance. Couldn't finish.
Listen to the 1st part and so bored I had to go to another book.
The narrator was just fine
Say something about yourself!
The idea of this book was intriguing, but it kind of got lost in the shuffle. The first book in the series was kind of like star crossed lovers...this book was more like two people who shouldn't be together, but they have to so I guess we will get it over with.
There wasn't much in the way of falling in love...they were kind of hit with a mystical whammy and poof they were attracted to each other, but it felt kind of forced.
Overall still an okay book, I think it was like $7 for 8 hours of distraction so it was totally worth it, but nothing to get obsessed about.
The Immortals After Dark series has put my life at a stand still! This series has wonderful, witty, strong, intelligent characters and stories. I found myself laughing out loud and yearning for what happens next much more than other series I have read/listened to. The narrator, Robert Petkoff, was AMAZING. I am impressed with his ability to vary his voice/accent for the various characters. If you want to lose yourself for a couple of days, (because, trust me, you won't be able to break away) this is absolutely the series for you.
Yes. The stroy is great as is but Robert Petkhoff is a genius at ready this series. He totally captures each character.
The battle between the 2 characters. They are constantly fighting fate.
Sebastian. He captures the accents and emotions perfectly as he does with each of these audiobook stories that he's previously read. I will listen to any audiobook that he reads. Please stick to using him for reading the remainder of this series.
I'm a lover of books, both read and audible.
When I first starting listening to this book it took me a week to make it past the first few chapters. I was so over the female angst. Should she or shouldn't she. Make a decision and get it over with. About mid way through the book, it started to become interesting. I was pleased with the characters growth throughout the book but not to the point I would want to listen to the book again.
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