Editorial Reviews. Review. “I think this is one of the few series that isactually getting better as it Lothaire (Immortals After Dark Book 12) by [Cole, Kresley]. Lothaire (Immortals After Dark) has pages. Reading Length provides a calculation for the word count of this book, find out how long it will take you to read!. But Lothaire is no savior, as he himself plans to sacrifice Ellie in one ‘Lothaire’ is the twelfth book in Kresley Cole’s ‘Immortals After Dark’.

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Ellie was so different than anything I have ever read before that I really enjoyed her and her close family!

I just can not wait to have a nother book narrated by him. I like how Kresley builds the characters you feel you know them and can imagine what they look like how they would react to different situations even understand their fears this is a skill in itself.

ALPHA reader: ‘Lothaire’ Immortals After Dark #12 by Kresley Cole

I loved how she was true to her character. Almost like real life?? And in a fun game of Tit for Tat, both Elizabeth and Saroya try to convince Lothaire that they are his intended bride, not the other one. Everything is so good. I’m just not a person who likes to read series for some reason but this series is my exception to everything T ragedy: An ignorant, mortal Kmart checkout girl.

But yeah, I was kind of thrown into an ice bath when Lothaire stepped up to the romance novel plate and went the distance with his bad self. He could continue with his badassery, End Game, and death dealing which he does in this book.


Give me a demon with lickable horns who’s dragging a reluctant newfound Valkyrie cross-country, and I totally signed up for that. The things he said were atrocious Why would I draw the short straw?

Her name is Saroya, a goddess who has been cursed and takes over human bodies. Lothaire has been in all the previous books in the series, this time the love story is epic because it ends up redeeming a lpthaire that was thought to be irredeemable.

Lothaire (Immortals After Dark, #12) by Kresley Cole

This author has become my one-click author for a reason. View all 13 comments. A realy good combination of writting and reading.

I could kill you so easily. It is always nice revising it. Books by Kresley Cole. I’m curious enough to try out her new series set in that world.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Lothaire? This is unfortunate for Ellie, who blacks out thanks to Saroya and ends up on death row because Saroya goes on a bloody rampage. How does this one compare? How could it not? Seriously a fun read I was sceptical of downloading this book but noy I’m totally happy that I have It was amazing its was funny and sad and heart stopping, definately one of the best books I’ve heard for a while Robert Petkoff narrated it perfectly he has an exceptionally good vioce easy on the ears I am hoping Kresley Cole writes a second part to this.


I have read her earlier books, but these are out of the world. The book is very cleaverly writen with lots of twists and keeps you entertained all the way to the end.

View all 44 comments. Like I’m fucking Rumpelstiltskin?

The bastard got me so angry I could punch a wall. I wish all IAD books were on audible, I would buy them all. So no different than the burning times of the medieval period in time.

Lothaire: Immortals After Dark, Book 12

Hardcoverpages. I always knew that the one thing he couldn’t defy was his immortal nature. Immortals After Dark 1 – 10 of 21 books. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Because of his age, and the fact that when he drinks from people, he retains their memories, he is not lucid at all times. It has a lot of lohhaire, so I wouldn’t recommend it to a fantasy fan who doesn’t like sex, but I feel that the world-building stands up to muster for a fantasy novel as well.

There is so much internal angst and yet the author handled it so well, it was entertaining and fascinating. What can I say about the narrator, Robert Petkoff, other than he’s unbelievable. Everything that concerned him was tainted with some sort of betrayal, torture, or evilness.