No Rest for the Wicked


Unabridged Audiobook

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Book
46
Narrator
17
Release Date
March 2012
Duration
10 hours 0 minutes
Summary
The “superb” (Fresh Fiction) second book in the sizzling Immortal After Darks series from New York Times bestselling author Kresley Cole follows a brooding vampire and the beautiful assassin on his trail.

Centuries ago, Sebastian Wroth was turned into a vampire against his will. Burdened with hatred and loneliness, he sees little reason to live. But when he finds that he’s the target for an exquisite fey assassin, he begins to reconsider.

Kaderin lost her two beloved sisters to a vampire attack long ago, and a benevolent force trying to save her from sorrow accidentally extinguished of all her emotions. Now known as Kaderin the Cold Hearted, she’s a ruthless assassin but she’s unable to complete her kill when Sebastian brings her feelings rushing back.

When the prize of a legendary month-long contest is powerful enough to change history, Kaderin will stop at nothing to win it for her sisters. But Sebastian wants only to win her, and he takes the contest’s exciting challenges as opportunities to seduce her. As the end of the competition draws nearer, Kaderin will be forced to choose between the vampire she’s falling for and reuniting her family…but how can she live without either?
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Nickie K.

Love this book

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Penny Ann Lupton

I am so glad that I stuck with this series. When I first read A Hunger Like no Other I hated it. I swore I'd never try these books again. Then, thanks to a few persistent friends they had me trying again. The second time though I vowed to read until the end. I ended up liking it enough to continue to this book. And thank God for that. No Rest For the Wicked was awesome! I think my biggest problem in the first book was that I didn't like Emaline. She was really wimpy and scared all the time and it irritated me. I like a heroine with a bit of backbone. Luckily, Emaline changed and toughened up over the course of the book. The funny thing though is that Katerine was completely opposite to Emaline. She was tough as nails and totally kick ass from the beginning. Although, emotionally speaking she needed to soften up a bit. I really liked her as a heroine. I also liked that she changed as well. Kresley Cole is very good at developing characters. Sebastian was great too. He was an Alpha Male strong enough to take care of any female he took as his bride. Problem is, Kat didn't need anyone to take care of her. I actually felt sorry for poor Sebastian throughout the book. He just didn't know what to do to win Kat's affections. I definitely recommend this series to anyone who loves vampires, werewolves, and all the other creatures of the Lore. If you've read the first book and weren't really wowed, I urge you to try again. I listened to this one in audio and the narrator is fantastic. I'm really glad I stuck with the series.

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Joann Hernandez

I really like this series I wish I had more to listen to, 50 shades of grey was nothing compared to these series. ...my workdays went by so fast while I listened to them. This narrator is my favorite! !

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