The next stand-alone installment in the electrifying Immortals After Dark series by #1 New York Times best-selling author Kresley Cole. Venture deeper into the Lore, fierce realm of the immortals—if you dare. . . .
TORMENTED IN UNIMAGINABLE WAYS
Coming off torture at the hands of his warlock captors, Munro MacRieve never expected to find his mate, or to lose her just as abruptly. Driven to desperation, the ruthless warrior uses his enemies’ own powers to reunite with her—in the distant past.
STOLEN FROM HER TIME
When a crazed werewolf crashes her wedding, Kereny “Ren” Codrina does what any cunning huntress would do: she captures him. Yet she finds herself softening toward the wounded beast—until he turns the tables and forces her into an incomprehensible future.
CAN A HUMAN AND AN IMMORTAL UNITE IN ORDER TO SURVIVE?
As danger mounts, Munro will do anything to make her undying, even sell his soul to an evil sorceress. But first he must convince his fiery mate that she belongs with him. If seduction means her survival, Munro will use every weapon in his arsenal to possess her—forever.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
We love paranormal romance writer Kresley Cole’s Immortals After Dark series for the way it has developed into a fully fleshed-out world without losing sight of all the exciting werewolf action and steamy interludes we signed up for in the first place. In this stand-alone novel, Cole returns to the fan-favorite MacRieve twins, Will and Munro—or as we prefer to think of them, Hot and Hotter. This time, the immortal Munro needs to travel back in time to save his human mate Kereny from a sect of evil warlocks. Only he shows up in the past...at her wedding to another man. (Awkward!) Filled with wonderfully snarky dialogue, a fast-moving plot, and a few fan-yourself scenes, Munro is everything we want from a book about Scottish werewolves and the women who love them.
OMG Kresley Cole is back and better than ever. Her unique way of writing and intertwining characters is beyond amazing. I would say this is one if my favorite books of hers.
Ehh Not As Great
Each book from this series was a 5 star read and after waiting so long for this one to come out I had high expectations. The story was not as interesting as the previous and at times felt like a chore to read. The leading lady was so annoying and the hero fell flat, couldn’t get into their love story. It wasn’t bad but just blah. Honestly reading Nix and Lothaire was the biggest highlight. Again kinda disappointing especially since we had to wait years for this book. Hopefully the next is better.
Just finish the series and stop with the boring standalones.