Lothaire is the twelth book in Kresley Cole’s bestselling Immortals After Dark paranormal romance series, it features the romance between series antihero. Lothaire by Kresley Cole, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Title: Lothaire Author: Kresley Cole Genre: Adult Paranormal Romance Release Date: Janurary 10th, ALL FEAR THE ENEMY OF OLD.
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Our customer reviews This book was a bit dark and took me a bit to get into it, but once i did it was good, some bits were abit weird, i think it was a bit long winded as well.
He knows the rationale behind certain behavior and he knows what makes one tick or turn off. She has traveled over much of the world and draws from dole experiences to create her memorable characters and settings. The majority of these supernatural characters are close to losing their minds because they’ve been alive for s There are only a few select authors I consider to be like crack with their series.
But unlike Cole’s other books, there isn’t enough action scene in this book, and the ‘battle of wit’ between Lothaire and Eille and the sex scenes grow tiresome after some point. No synopsis here, except to say this in the vampire Lothaire’s story, the “Enemy of Old”, the guy who’s been in just kresleg every book of the whole IAD series; the baddest of bad boys. And for the record, Mothman’s a fuckwit. I don’t want a Lothaire of my own, but I sure did like reading about his romance with Ellie!
Surprisingly, it worked for me. Good thing I am planning on an Immortals After Dark series reread early next year! I think it’s saying something when you read the same book for the third time, right? It showed determination and grit.
By no means was it character castration afterall: January 2nd read: Could this be Elizabeth’s favorite uncle Ephraim? To view it, click here. The off the cuff banter between Lothaire and Elizabeth was sharp, funny, and had me laughing throughout the book. The inherent skewed relationship between kidnapper and captive just didn’t really work to establish a believable connection between the two main characters, especially when one is adamant in his belief that a mere mortal couldn’t possibly be his Bride and continues to degrade and insult her at every turn.
Lothaire engaged me in ways I never expected. More books from this author: Kresley Cole allows him to fall in love — and still retain these characteristics. His mother is a proud queen of the Daci race, another type of vampire, and Lothaire is meant to take over the crown there and become the Daci king.
I can imagine Ms. Naturally, Lothaire, the maddened and most feared vampire in the Lore believes that Saroya is his Bride, not the hillbilly mountain girl. And those love scenes are outstanding and hotter than the others. But bloodlust and torture have left him on the brink of madness—until he finds Elizabeth Peirce, the key to his victory.
His poor bride is trapped in a body she took over from and the only way the two can be together is for Lothaire to get back the coke ring that was stolen by Dorada…that weird and wicked creature from the last book Now if that was lotjaire only problem….
I loved Lothaire one moment and hated him the next.
Book Review of Lothaire by Kresley Cole
I recommend you go back and read all prior books before this one because you’ll understand the world and why Lothaire acts the way he does. I was bored in the beginning of Lothaire, loved the middle and was dissapointed in the end.
She told Lothaire at one point: To do this, he must obtain a ring. Because of his age, and the fact that when he drinks from people, he retains their memories, he is not lucid at all times.
Throughout most of the book that is dedicated to him, he is completely lost, revaluating his goals and slowly decending into chaos.
This was such a fabulous part when Nix is talking with Ellie: Was it before he had frozen into immortality? Here we are at the part where the heroine does this, the hero responds by that If it was up to being the most powerful Lothaire would most likely already control the Horde. Her life was hell in a handbasket but she still endeavored to fight her circumstances.
Lothaire (Immortals After Dark, #12) by Kresley Cole
Yes, he popped up at the most horrid times and was an ass. This is unfortunate for Ellie, lothiare blacks out thanks to Saroya and ends up on death row because Saroya goes on a bloody rampage.
I also stick to my guns: As for Lothaire, there is so much more to him then being the insane bad guy, his Endgame comes into focus and we begin to see a different side to him, still evil ofcourse, but I can’t seem to help loving the bad boys.