Posts Tagged ‘Kresley Cole’
Yes, yes…I know I’m late getting my list ready for you, faithful reader. Life gets busy sometimes and I get distracted. But here I am with my list! Yay!! Onward!
Ash’s review of Poison Princess (Arcana Chronicles book 1) by Kresley Cole Young Adult published by Simon and Schuster 2 Oct 12 Kresley Cole decides to try her hand at young adult, and she has definitely succeeded, in my opinion. I couldn’t put Poison Princess down until the last page was read.
Veena’s review of Poison Princess (Arcana Chronicles Book 1) by Kresley Cole Young Adult published by Simon and Schuster 2 Oct 12 Poison Princess is author Kresley Cole’s foray into the Young Adult genre. Having read and enjoyed the author’s adult paranormal series and reading the rave reviews for this book, I picked it up. [...]
C2’s review of Lothaire (Immortals After Dark, Book 10) by Kresley Cole Paranormal Romance published by Gallery Books 10 Jan 12 In a long-running series, there are always a couple of characters whose books are especially anticipated. However, when said book actually arrives, it’s a chancy thing…will it live up to expectations? What if it [...]
Liviania’s review of Dreams of a Dark Warrior (Immortals After Dark, Book 11) by Kresley Cole Paranormal romance published by Pocket 15 Feb 11 Kresley Cole introduced the story of Regin and Aiden at the beginning of her Immortals After Dark series, so I had a number of expectations when I started Dreams of a [...]
C2’s review of Dreams of a Dark Warrior (Immortals After Dark Series, Book 9) by Kresley Cole| Paranormal Romance published by Pocket 15 Feb 11 As far as the timeline of Kresley Cole’s Immortals After Dark series goes, her latest release, Dreams of a Dark Warrior (which will from here on be abbreviated), shares some [...]
Are you tired of top ten lists, faithful reader? I hope not because here’s mine.
Liviania’s review of Demon from the Dark (Immortals After Dark, Book 10) by Kresley Cole Paranormal romance released by Pocket 24 August 10 In a long-running series like Kresley Cole’s Immortals After Dark, everyone has their favorites. (Fans of the series – like Lime and me in this instance – will often debate with each [...]
Liviania’s review of Pleasure of a Dark Prince (Immortals After Dark, Book 8 ) by Kresley Cole Paranormal romance released by Pocket 16 Feb 10 Kresley Cole earned her place as one of those authors that I buy immediately. (Well, that I buy the paperback immediately.) With Pleasure of a Dark Prince, there were some [...]
Dawna’s Review of Dark Desires After Dusk by Kresley Cole Paranormal Romance published by Pocket 20 May 08 Kresley Cole has done it again with her Immortals After Dark Series. An absolute page turner, Dark Desires After Dusk is the fifth installment in this series and a treasure all on its own.
Gwen’s review of Deep Kiss of Winter by Kresley Cole and Gena Showalter Paranormal romance duology hardcover released by Pocket 13 Oct 09 Two of my favorite paranormal authors in ONE BOOK? Dang. How could I NOT read this?! This book has one long story set in Cole’s Immortals After Dark world and another set [...]
Sandy M’s review of Dark Needs at Night’s Edge (Immortals After Dark, Book 4) by Kresley Cole Paranormal Romance released by Pocket 1 Apr 08 This is another series that I’m behind on reading, and I hate being behind on this one because I have loved every single word of it so far. Ms. Cole [...]
Limecello’s review of Kiss of a Demon King (Immortals After Dark, Book 6) by Kresley Cole Paranormal romance released by Pocket on 20 Jan 09 This is the sixth book in Kresley Cole’s series Immortals After Dark, and I enjoyed it very much. I coveted Rydstrom’s book, and I think his story fit him perfectly. [...]
Kiss of a Demon King Kissed Number ONE on the New York Times list…
Liviania’s review of Kiss of a Demon King (Immortals After Dark, Book 6) by Kresley Cole Paranormal romance released by Pocket 20 Jan 09 Here at the Pond we lurve The Immortals After Dark series. No really, Gwen, Devon, Shannon C., Limecello, and I read them. And Limecello and I are very far apart in [...]