Kiss of a Demon King by Kresley Cole

Kiss of a Demon King by Kresley Cole
Immortals After Dark book 7
Publisher: Pocket Books
Genre: Romance, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

His obsession…

Sabine, Sorceress of Illusions: the evil beauty who surrenders her body, but not her heart.

Her downfall…

Rydstrom Woede: the ruthless warrior who vows to keep her at all costs.
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They were never supposed to want each other this much…

With each smoldering encounter, their shared hunger only increases. If they can defeat the sinister enemy that stands between them, will Sabine make the ultimate sacrifice for her demon? Or will the proud king lay down his crown and arms to save his sorceress?

She wants him and he wants her, but they’re determined to keep each other at arm’s length—so they think.

I love the Immortals After Dark series and I couldn’t wait to read this one. A Demon King and a Sorceress…what can go wrong? Lots, really. I liked the pacing of the story, but at times it seemed a little choppy. I get the author was trying to build up anticipation and it worked. I was drawn right into the story and had to keep reading.

Rydstrom was my favorite character. For a demon, he’s a darn upstanding guy. Really. He wants to do the right thing, despite being a demon. I liked how he tried to protect Sabine and tried to do what was best. There were times he seemed almost too good to be a demon, but that wasn’t a bother to me.

Sabine was different. I guess what bothered me the most about her was that she was a bad girl—which was fine for me—but she could be despondent and just plain mean. I didn’t see what Rydstrom saw in her. She wasn’t cute, but rather rotten. I didn’t mind her being a bad girl. I like reading bad girls, but let her be a bad girl. Let her be bad, but have some sweetness about her. She wasn’t rotten to the core.

The ending left a little to be desired, in my mind. But that might have just been me and the time I read the book. It was still packed with tension and action, so it kept my attention.

If you’re looking for a story that’s hot (like scorch-the-screen hot) and fast-paced, then this is the one for you.

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