The Warlord Wants Forever
Publish date: 2006
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 163
Edition language: English
Series: Immortals After Dark (#1)
I stumbled across this series the other day, and for whatever strange reason, felt the need for something different. I grabbed the audio book from my library and listened through the whole book in one day. I'm the first to admit I don't like books the focus on romance or sex, but overall I did enjoy...
This is a really quick read, could be read in one day, so it suited me nicely to finish off my TBR reading challenge. As a novella series opener, there’s little world building, but enough to get a good grasp of what’s going on. Most first books get bogged down explaining the different creatures, the...
After listening to 15 other IAD installments that were narrated by Robert Petkoff, making it through this prequel was an uphill battle. It's my own fault for saving this one for last. Hagan Verret & Simone Fomhar were perfectly capable readers, and Nikolai & Myst's story was good, but definitely not...
Scenes got too close to non-consensual for me to enjoy
Quickie ReviewThis is a book I think I would have loved had I read it instead of listening to it. I didn't care for the narrators, but the story pulled me in. This is definitely a series I can get into.I really liked Nikolai. Even with all the crap Myst put him through he's able to show some comp...
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