How does she keep up with it all?
She has created a world called The Lore, full of immortals; Valkyries, Vampires, Werewolves, Witches, Demons and so many more. They live in alongside humans but humans aren’t even aware they exist.
A lot of the books in this series happen concurrently (or would the correct use of the word be concurrent?) with the other books so as readers, we sometimes know things that the characters do not because we have read them in the previous books.
I love that the characters are not perfect. I’m allergic to perfect characters. I don’t like women who are just too good to be true nor do I like men who are too badass not to ever make a fool of themselves.
Kresley makes me laugh A LOT and sometimes I even cry but this is the emotional rollercoaster ride that I want to go on when I read a book. When I finish one of her books and start reading another author’s book or series, I’m always let down and unimpressed with whatever I’m reading because her books are so compelling and incomparable to others. I know…it is unfair to the other authors to compare them and if I were to read them way after I finish one of Kresley Cole’s books, I would probably like it better.
I just finished her 15th book in the series, Dark Skye.
Warlord Wants Forever (Immortals After Dark Book 1) My Review
A Hunger Like No Other (Immortals After Dark, Book 1)
No Rest for the Wicked (Immortals After Dark, Book 2)
Dark Needs at Night’s Edge (Immortals After Dark, Book 4)
Dark Desires After Dusk (Immortals After Dark, Book 5)
Kiss of a Demon King (Immortals After Dark, Book 6)
Untouchable found in Deep Kiss of Winter (Immortals After Dark Book 8)
Pleasure of a Dark Prince (Immortals After Dark, Book 7)
Demon from the Dark (Immortals After Dark Series, Book 8)
Dreams of a Dark Warrior (Immortals After Dark Book 11)
Lothaire (Immortals After Dark Book 12)
Shadow’s Claim: Immortals After Dark: The Dacians
MacRieve (Immortals After Dark Book 13)
Dark Skye (Immortals After Dark Book 14) (My Review)
Sweet Ruin (Immortals After Dark Book 15) My Review
This series is in the Young Adults genre but, if you ask me, it really stretches that limit. I think the violence and sex might be a little much to be in that category. That being said, this is an amazing series about a post-apocalyptic world where the major Arcana of a deck of Tarot cards are true life young adults fighting against each other. Only one can remain.