Pleasure of a Dark Prince: Immortals After Dark, Book 9 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Pleasure of a Dark Prince: Immortals After Dark, Book 9 by Kresley Cole

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#1 New York Times bestselling author Kresley Cole enraptures again with this seductive tale of a fierce werewolf prince who will stop at nothing to protect the lovely archer he covets from afar.



  • Once again, Kresley Cole has nailed it! The characters in "Pleasure of a Dark Prince: Immortals After Dark, Book 9" are simply incredible and so easy to root for. I really appreciate how Cole seamlessly weaves her stories together, connecting the characters from previous books. It's like an ongoing tale that I never want to see the end of! I can't wait for the next installment. And let me tell you, Robert Petkoff is hands down the most fantastic narrator I've ever had the pleasure of listening to. He truly brings each character to life!
  • These audiobooks just keep getting more awesome! Every time I think I've heard the greatest one, another one comes along that's even better! And guess what? This one has a mind-blowing plot twist at the end!
  • Typically, I don't really get into audiobooks because there's just something about actually reading the words on a page that I find more appealing. However, I recently had a 5-hour journey back home and I knew a podcast wouldn't be enough to keep me entertained, so I decided to give this book a shot and I have to say, I had a really great time with it. On the whole, I really enjoyed the story and the narrator did an amazing job. But I must admit, Lucia's voice didn't quite match up with what I had imagined. It still had a somewhat masculine tone, but I guess that's just something that can't be helped when the narrator is male.
  • The Immortals After Dark series was practically made for Robert Petkoff's narration! They make an incredible duo! Kresley Cole has crafted a series that is both intensely passionate and deeply heartfelt. If you're new to her work, I highly recommend starting from the beginning and progressing to this installment. This series embodies everything that makes Paranormal Romance so captivating!
  • I finally understand why I've been feeling frustrated with the recent titles in this series after listening to "Pleasure of a Dark Prince". It's because I've been eagerly waiting for Garreth's story since the first book, and the wait has finally caught up with me. This series was highly recommended for its "sexy Scottish werewolves," but they haven't been as prominent since "Wicked Deeds on a Winter's Night," so Garreth's romance was long overdue. Everything feels right in the world again. In "Pleasure of a Dark Prince," I found answers to many lingering questions, which came at the perfect time as it reignited my interest in the "Immortals After Dark" series. This book covers events from before "A Hunger Like No Other" to Garreth's year-long pursuit of Lucia, providing an excellent overview of Kresley Cole's journey so far and her intended direction for the future. Although I'm certain that Nix will have the final say. In the past, I haven't quite seen eye-to-eye with Valkyries, but I'm slowly starting to appreciate this author's version. Lucia stood out, especially due to her status as a born-again virgin. I think the celibate immortal queen should be removed from the IAD's lineup, just my opinion. Her reputation as The Archer added to her uniqueness. Garreth was amazing, and I loved the advice he received from his brother and Bowen. Both of them have already found their mates, which gave them amusing perspectives. Just when I thought I had become comfortable again (thanks to Robert Petkoff's narration), he surprised me with a Texan accent! Not to mention that his Scottish brogue was also on point as the male protagonist, MacRieve. This installment reminded me of the earlier IAD audiobooks that I binge-listened to in less than a month. So, I'm taking it as a sign that another binge-listening spree might be just around the corner. "Pleasure of a Dark Prince" was the werewolf story I had been longing for.