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Demon from the Dark: Immortals After Dark, Book 10 Audiobook

Demon from the Dark: Immortals After Dark, Book 10

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Malkom Slaine: tormented by his sordid past and racked by vampiric hungers, he’s pushed to the brink by the green-eyed beauty under his guard.

Carrow Graie: hiding her own sorrows, she lives only for the next party or prank. Until she meets a tortured warrior worth saving.

In order for Malkom and Carrow to survive, he must unleash both the demon and vampire inside him. When Malkom becomes the nightmare his own people feared, will he lose the woman he craves body and soul?

©2014 Kresley Cole (P)2014 Simon & Schuster Audio

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    karen Christchurch, New Zealand 03-05-14
    karen Christchurch, New Zealand 03-05-14

    Hot romance/Sci Fi we're so lucky to have Audible to feed our book addictions. I love walking my precious dog Sydney & listening to my books

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    "I LOVE Demon's - especially in the Dark :)"
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    The Immortals After Dark series holds a place on the upper echelon of my all time favorite paranormal romance books. I always look forward to the entertaining adventures of whichever couple the author has created each time. In the tenth title of this timeless series, the witch Carrow has been captured and held prisoner on an island run by the Order. Torques are placed on all of the Immortal prisoners to restrain their powers so they can be experimented on by barbaric humans seeking answers to their questions about their powers. The humans have deemed any Immortal "miscreants" and their ultimate mission is to destroy them all.

    On the outside Carrow is a party girl, one who enjoys life, but inside is where she keeps the pain of a loveless childhood. When another witch is murdered, her daughter, Ruby, is left an orphan. Carrow knows she must step up and raise the child as her own. Except the Order has now made Ruby a prisoner and has offered Carrow a deal to save both their lives. This deal entails traveling to the hellish plane, Oblivion, to lure back a uniquely powerful demon the Order wants. The notorious demon Malkom has been alone for centuries but when he first catches the scent of a female in his world, he knows she is special and sent for him. Carrow is on a mission, to lure back a nightmarish demon. She never figured on falling in love.

    I liked the tough talking, partying Carrow from other books and I was glad she was receiving her own story. But after completing the novel I didn't feel for her the way I wanted to. I thought there was too much time spent on the world-building of the Island and the humans who run the facility. Even though I did find out a lot about both Malkom and Carrow's past, the sections when they were together didn't fully convince me why they belonged together besides the usual finding-your-mate reason. I wanted to be convinced these two should be a wonderful couple and I wanted to see more of Carrow in action as a witch. I know the torque prevented her from using her powers while held captive on the island but for those six days in Oblivion it was deactivated. The battle scenes which took place there were light on the actual battle scenes. The romance was aplenty but I didn't get a true sense behind their coupling. I thought the most convincing and tender scenes were between Carrow and Ruby. The spark wasn't there for me this time around (like it was when I read about Conrad and Neomi in Dark Needs at Night's Edge.

    I know others have really enjoyed this book and to a certain degree, I did. I began the story with high expectations and ended it satisfied and entertained, but not loving it. Robert Petkoff delivers an out-standing narration as always :)

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    Heather springfield, GA, United States 03-05-14
    Heather springfield, GA, United States 03-05-14 Member Since 2017
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    "I LOVE VEMONS!!!!"
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    OMG YES, AND I ALWAYS DO. KRESLEY COLE IS UNMATCHED IN TALENT AND PAIRED WITH ROBERT PETKOFF, THE BEST!!!!


    What other book might you compare Demon from the Dark to and why?

    ANY OTHER IAD BOOK.


    What does Robert Petkoff bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    EVERYTHING!!! HE DOES THE BEST IMPRESSIONS.


    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    I LOVE ALL THE SCENES AND ALL THE CHARACTERS!!


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    Wildanimals 06-05-17
    Wildanimals 06-05-17
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    "always a delight!"

    Robert is wonderful and Cole truly makes the charaxters alive for you to love thanks

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    Amy Vasquez Lubbock, TX USA 05-29-17
    Amy Vasquez Lubbock, TX USA 05-29-17 Member Since 2016

    I love to read and I love to listen to books while I work around the house.

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    "Spellbound"

    This book was beautiful. I love Malcolm and I am so happy for him. I cried all the way through this book. Best IAD book so far.

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    J. Isaacs San Jose, CA 04-16-17
    J. Isaacs San Jose, CA 04-16-17 Member Since 2017
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    "Romantic/sexy! but beware angsty/child abuse"
    Would you listen to Demon from the Dark: Immortals After Dark, Book 10 again? Why?

    This story was by far the most touching in the series- I even shed a couple tears because the love between Malkom and Carrow is so profound but there is a lot of angst before we experience the joy.

    Both characters have suffered so much emotional pain in their pasts that overcoming their hurt to trust the other's love is arduous and there is more EVIL getting in the way than usual. The mounting tension of the succession, the loose ends from many of the previous stories and the introduction of scads more dark immortals complicate their love story.

    Malkom's childhood abuse is profoundly more acute than the tragic pasts our previous immortals have experienced. Its heavy stuff and Kresley Cole doesn't make light of the subject. But I loved this book regardless of the dismal aspects because the love is so tender and is not driven by extraordinarily intense sexual attraction . There is also the sweetness of parental love with the introduction of an orphaned child which was refreshing.

    Don't get me wrong - I love the amazing physical attraction and explosive passion that happens when the various heroes and heroines come together and Malkom and Carrow's love is no exception, but the depth and the need of it is a nice shift. And rest assured that here is still plenty of the lighthearted feminist hedonism that makes these books so fun.

    I have written a SPOILER BELOW that is WORTH READING if childhood sexual abuse upsets you. It doesn't ruin the story, it just gives you insight into Malkom's character earlier on (which might also make the angst less uncomfortable.)

    Malkom's mother sold him as a sex and blood slave to an sadistic vampire who forced him to have sex with he and his friends. The actual details aren't explicit but the anguish and long term damage caused by being rejected by a parent, being treated less than human as a slave, being raped by men when he was not gay and the shame/self loathing that resulted because he was just a child when it happened is at the crux of his character's arc. It disturbed and saddened me as it should but if you have issues beyond the normal outrage and are triggered by any of these factors don't read this book.


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    Cynthia Tyler 03-24-17
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    "Can I just have a Robert Petkoff of my own?!"

    A superlative story voiced by a bone-melting, thigh-clenching lip god. Petkoff is MASTERFUL of all dialects, genders, emotions, pacing, tones...oh my stars, people, he just pets your soul in just. the. right. way.

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    Dawn Missouri City, Texas, United States 02-01-17
    Dawn Missouri City, Texas, United States 02-01-17 Member Since 2017
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    "The best one yet!!!! Kresley is the dang BOMB!!!"

    The story was phenomenal!! And Robert P?? AMAZING!!!!!!! I read a review that stated, "Robert Petroff can read me the dictionary!" I so totally agree! This book was so romantic and interesting and moving! I felt like I was on a journey with Carrow and Malcolm! this book is on my Must Read Again list!!! Go Kresley!!!!

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    Book Nut 01-17-17
    Book Nut 01-17-17 Member Since 2013
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    "Book 10"
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    I don't know how Ms. Cole does it, but her stories are captivating, suspenseful, erotic, hard, and down right fantastic! Human issues of depravity, social isolation, self doubt & acceptance and other human things that we all struggle with are present in her stories. Awesome job of snaring the hearts and minds of your readers/listeners Ms. Cole!

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    Amazon Customer 01-04-17 Member Since 2016
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    "one of my favorite of the series so far"

    Among my top favorites of the series. My heart cheered for Malcolm and Carrow, while breaking for them at the same time.

    The narrator of these books is incredible. Perfect accents that he keeps consistent from book to book. He gives then even more personality.

    The story is great. Very X-rated at times, but the stories are honestly well written and interesting and captivating. It's not a series for the prudish, but it's truly not smut either. Love it!

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    Butt head 10-25-16
    Butt head 10-25-16 Member Since 2016
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    "This is by far my favorite!"

    I laughed and almost cried with this one. Robert Petkoff is an amazing narrator! I can't wait to listen to the next one.:)

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