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eBook Dark Needs At Night's Edge (The Immortals After Dark, Book 4) ePub

by Kresley Cole

  • ISBN: 073949547X
  • Category: Gothic
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Kresley Cole
  • Publisher: Pocket (2008)
  • ePub book: 1217 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1528 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 796

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Bestselling author Kresley Cole continues her seductive Immortals After Dark series with this tale of a vampire shunned even by his own kind and a beautiful phantom. Book 5 of 18 in the Immortals After Dark Series.

Dark Needs at Night's Edge is the fifth book in the Immortals After Dark series. It was published in April, 2008. It tells the story of Conrad Wroth and Néomi Laress a Vampire and a human turned ghost. A vampire warrior consumed by madness, trapped in the lair of an otherworldly temptress only he can see. Néomi Laress, a famous ballerina in the early 1900s, became a phantom the night she was murdered

Once he returns to the brutality of his past to protect her, will he succumb to the dark needs seething inside him?

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Bestselling author Kresley Cole continues her seductive Immortals After Dark series with this tale of a vampire shunned even by his own kind and a beautiful phantom, bound together by a passion they cannot resist

Bestselling author Kresley Cole continues her seductive Immortals After Dark series with this tale of a vampire shunned even by his own kind and a beautiful phantom, bound together by a passion they cannot resist. Néomi Laress, a famous ballerina from a past century, became a phantom the night she was murdered. Imbued with otherworldly powers but invisible to the living, she haunts her beloved home, scaring away trespassers until she encounters a ruthless immortal even more terrifying than Néomi herself.

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Love Me Love Me
I gave this three-stars before, apparently, but I think I was being generous then – because I hated this book for the longest time. The first time I read it, was on a cross-country flight. I had nothing else to read, and nothing else to do for the entirety of the flight. I wasn’t in the mood for it, and felt that way from the moment I opened the book. But what else could I do? I hate sleeping on flights. So, I forced myself to read it. And it was, I think, that forced reading that made me hate it so much. I couldn’t stand anything about the story. Not Conrad, not Néomi, not the love story, nothing. Except maybe Nix. 1-star for Nix, that’s what it should have been previously rated.

I’d tried re-reading it a few times prior to this massive re-read with Sarah, and each time I got bored a couple of pages in and gave up, skipping directly to the next book. Happily, this re-read has improved my opinion quite a lot. I’d give it a solid 3-stars now. It’s still not my favorite of the series, and probably one of my lower-favorites, but it’s good.

Néomi’s an awesome character. Despite the fact that she’s a ghost and has been for eighty-some-odd years, she’s strong. She was always ahead of her time, independent, wealthy, smart, and confident. I think that she’s amazing. I didn’t always love how much she capitulated to Conrad’s angers and rages, but she also forced herself not to value herself as less, too. She took her fate into her own hands, and made herself – just as she had in life. I truly appreciated that about her character.

Conrad, well, he was the biggest problem that I had with the book initially. And don’t get me wrong – all the characters in these books can be assholish, so it’s not just that he was an ass. I do get why he reacted the way he did quite frequently, it makes sense with his history, and his training, and then the madness; a very real thing for him with all his victims’ memories floating around in his head. And I even liked his single-minded approach to setting his goals, and removing the obstacles to those goals from his path. I just never really fell for him. This is probably a hold-over from my first reading (first impressions do stick), so I won’t try to hold it against him too much. The other part of the problem is that the vampires are probably my least favorite part of the Lore in this series. There’s just so many more interesting factions and groups to be with!

I’ve talked about the world, and plot/pacing of these books at length in my previous reviews – and I think I’d just mostly be repeating myself if I extolled about them again here. But I will say that I continue to be awed at the way that Kresley Cole has interwoven all these storylines and characters and plot-lines. It’s truly amazing. There’s a plot here that’s been brewing for a few books already and doesn’t come to fruition for a few books on yet. There are mentions of things happening off page, that we only truly learn about later. This is absolutely my favorite part of this series. It’s so tightly woven and created that I’ve never – in all my years of re-reading it – caught a timeline, or consistency error. And when you’re talking about this many characters and things going on and this long of a series …. that’s impressive.

I can’t wait to go onto the next book, because some of my favorites are coming up.
Marr Marr
Conrad and Neomi......what a ride!!!
I loved it!! Action, drama, suspense, laughter, spicy hot love scenes, angst, forgiveness and romance.
Neomi was just adorable to her mon grande and Conrad finally came around. I seriously wanted to smack him upside the head. Neomi balanced him out perfectly.
As always loved seeing other couples/characters from previous books for the that is always a bonus.
So on to the next adventure......*squee*
Zehaffy Zehaffy
"Two broken souls together in this broken place had found a kind of contentment."

FINAL DECISION: Cole's Immortals series always surprises. These characters are different and unique and despite the continuing storyline, this book feels fresh and interesting. Always filled with humor and intense sexuality, this story is also poignant.

THE STORY: Neomi Laress was a famous ballerina in New Orleans in the 1920s and she became a ghost when she was murdered in her own home. For over eighty years, she has been trapped in her home invisible to everyone. Conrad Wroth is a vampire who has been almost driven mad by consuming blood from living beings. Captured by his brothers who want to save him, Conrad is held hostage in Neomi's house. And he can see her.

OPINION: This was a wonderful story. Conrad is a vampire on the edge. The first time in the series we have seen a red-eyed vampire return from the blood madness. He is also a virgin. His pairing with the free spirited and sexually experienced Neomi is a good combination. I especially liked how both Conrad and Neomi are trapped in her house but that they find in one another a special connection and relationship. The claustrophobic nature of the book with much of it taking place within the house intensifies the relationship between Conrad and Neomi. I also really did love the solution to the problem of a ghost and a vampire which I thought was clever and not just a convenient solution.

WORTH MENTIONING: There are significant appearances by prior couples from the series.

CONNECTED BOOKS: DARK NEEDS AT NIGHT'S EDGE is the fifth book in the Immortals After Dark series. The book can be read as a standalone but is much better when read as part of the series.

STAR RATING: I give this book 4.5 stars.
artman artman
I have always loved Kresley Coles Immortal After Dark Series, Ive read a few though not in order mores the pity. (smiles)

I love the characters in this full novel, some parts dragged a bit but then other flowed smoothly and kept you wanting to read.

We meet Conrad a touch more than a mad vampire, his older brothers are trying to help gain a bit or normalcy. His brothers still see the potential good in Conrad. But when Conrad starts talking to himself they think he has a set back.

A dancer, a well know Ballerina killed in her home and left to haunt its halls. Neomi doesn't know what to think about the red eye'd vampire that has invaded her home.

Each such a sad soul, slightly broken but fixable? Can Conrad give Neomi something tangible to hold on to? Will Neomie be that one that calms the monster inside?

all over a great story I enjoyed seeing Nix and Markita the awaited. A few pretty hot scenes and as norm a evil baddie lurks. fate, choices and descisions. Enjoy