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Kiss of a Demon King (Immortals After Dark, Book 6) Mass Market Paperback – January 20, 2009
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Kresley Cole is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the electrifying Immortals After Dark paranormal series, the young adult Arcana Chronicles series, the erotic Gamemakers Series, and five award-winning historical romances.
A master's grad and former athlete, she has traveled over much of the world and draws from those experiences to create her memorable characters and settings.
Her IAD books have been translated into eighteen foreign languages, garnered three RITA awards, and consistently appear on the bestseller lists, in the U.S. and abroad.
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KOTDK turned out to be one of my favorite IAD stories. Good King Rydstrom does not get his "decent, virtuous demoness". Instead the Fates choose for his mate Sabine the evil sorceress and Queen of Illusions. Sabine is Awesome! Initially Rydstrom says she brings out the worst in him. What she really does is upset his apple cart and it's pretty funny to see the ever reserved Rydstrom completely losing it.
For Sabine's part - she is not actually evil. Yes, she does lie, cheat and steal - but she's a product of her environment. Where she comes from - that's called survival; and Sabine is nothing if not a survivor. I thought she had an irreverent sense of humor and I enjoyed her affection for Puck, all the while referring to him as an "it".
As usual Nix's cameo appearances stole the show and the pool party was a laugh out loud moment. KOTDK turned out to a very pleasant surprise!
When Sabine captures Rydstrom on her brother's orders, she works hard to seduce him and he works hard to resist her. Then as he escapes with the help of an unlikely ally and takes Sabine with him Rydstrom turnes the tables on her.
The two are perfect for each of the ther. Sabine helps Rydstrom to loosen up a little and he turn out to be a little wicked himself. She becomes a slightly better person with him, but she's still wicked, just a little less malevolent.
I love that neither one is all gods or all bad, and the chemistry is explosive.
Only a super strong alpha male like Rydstrom could handle Sabine and it is interesting and often frustrating to watch them fall in love with each other while still trying desperately to attain their own personal goals, destroy Omort, gain back the Kingdom and for Sabine, gain her freedom and life from her evil brother Omort.
I enjoy the cast of characters Kresley Cole has created for this series. While this is not my favorite book in the series, I do recommend it. A lot of background to the series is supplied during this book. I still feel sorry for Rydstrom to have such a not so nice mate.