Immortals After Dark - 1 - Hunger Like No Other - Kresley Cole Reviews
Description:ISBN 1416509879 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Kresley Cole / Edition: Pocket Star Books Pbk. Ed / Mass Market Paperback / 384 Pages ... more
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A hunger like no other is the first book in Kresley Cole's Immortals After Dark series. The book begins with Emma, a gentle half vampire half valkyrie in Europe looking for information about her parents who she never knew. Her mother died when she was young and she was raised by her valkyrie mothers sisters in Val Hall Manor, where all of the valkyrie live. Lachlaine is the King of the Werewolves. He's been imprisoned for over a century by the vampires and tortured. When he scents his mate (Emma) he manages to escape from his prison and track her down. That's the basic storyline and I don't want to give away too much about the plot so I ... Read the complete review
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