Dark Skye (Immortals After Dark, #14)
Publish date: August 5th 2014
Publisher: Gallery Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Immortals After Dark (#14)
It has been awhile since I visited the world of IAD and so I worried I'd be lost but should have known better. Kresley Cole's characters are so strong and this one picked up right after the last one on the island that a lot of the characters were held imprisoned. Thronos and Lanthe have known each o...
From friends – to enemies – to lovers This was another enjoyable instalment to the IAD series, and actually one I have been waiting for a while to read. Lanthe and Thronos’ relationship has been hinted at since Sabine’s book. My curiosity was piqued then and there. So much hatred. So much aversion...
This is a difficult book to rate. On the one hand I really loved the plot! I loved the characters! I loved the world building! I loved how feminist it was! I even, dare I say it, loved the angst. But that dialogue? Wtf. It was the most absurd, unbelievable dialogue I've read recently. No one tal...
(I could have sworn I put more info than just a "there! I finished it!" sort of thing with this one. Only thing I can think is that book likes didn't save any of it.) To be honest, the real issue I had with this book was that the flow in the series was interrupted by MacRieve. Oh, I did catch th...
**originally read and reviewed July 14-19, 2014**4.5 stars. And KC bangs out another fantastic addition to the series. Fun, exciting, steamy adventure that'll keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. Thronos and Lanthe's love story is definitely epic.
Share this Book