Thursday, February 17, 2011

Pocket Tour: Dreams of a Dark Warrior by Kresley Cole

Kresley Cole's Immortal After Dark series is one of my favorite in the paranormal genre.  For many books in the series, we have waited for Regin's story and her happy ever after.  Finally, Dreams of a Dark Warrior is here and it does not disappoint fans.

Regin is one of the Radiant Ones.  She's wild, she glows, she has attitude, and she has only had a relationship with Aiden over the centuries that we know of.  Aiden is cursed.  He is reincarnated over and over and each time, he finds Regin again, only to die one more.

Declan Chase is out for revenge, and he kidnaps Regin and some of the other immortals to torture and to experiement on, hoping to erase their kind from existance forever.  But Regin wants him to relive his past lives, and hopefully she can convince him that they are not as bad as he seems to believe.  But when Declan remembers, Regin will have to keep on her toes if she hopes for a HEA with Aiden.

Dreams of a Dark Warrior is a page-turning breathless adventure brimming with romance, shocking scenarios and paranormal creatures.  Cole is a master with words, creating scenes and dialogue with expertise.  If you haven't read this series, you need to.  It is one of the best paranormal romance series on the market.  Cole's characters are complex, compelling, realistic, and her men are hot hot hot! Don't miss this new addition to the series! I can't wait for the next one!!

1 comment:

  1. I just finished a book by Kresley, not a paranormal, but a historical, and I have to agree, she does have a way to make the reader care so much about the characters, for they are, like you said "complex, compelling, realistic". I have to give the Immortal After Dark series a try!=)


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