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Lothaire Paperback – Jan 10 2012

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 480 pages
  • Publisher: Gallery Books (Jan. 10 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1451664230
  • ISBN-13: 978-1451664232
  • Product Dimensions: 15.4 x 4 x 22.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 499 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #509,341 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Say's watercolor paintings, embracing the many moods of the natural world, . . . really command attention. Readers will feel that they have been on their own journey of discovery." Horn Book

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About the Author

Kresley Cole is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Immortals After Dark paranormal series and the young adult Arcana Chronicles. Her books have been translated into many foreign languages, garnered two RITA awards, and consistently appear on the bestseller lists in the US and abroad. Visit her at KresleyCole.com.


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The most highly anticipated book of the series... I was expecting so much more. All the other books had multiple components that made the books so much more than a typical romance. There was always another purpose for the characters to be where they are, or for doing what they are doing (the Hie / the Order / the war with the Horde / Chasing Lucia through the amazon / etc). There was more action but my favourite part was that each book was interconnected where you can read scenes from other books from a different character's perspective. I love reading a line and finding out "Oh! This is what Nix was ranting about when she said that in book 3". All her other books had so much depth and with each installment I felt the series was gearing towards the Assension.

I was expecting Lothaire's book to be revelation to all the little pieces of him we have seen throughout the series. Yes, there was a lot about Lothaire's past that was revealed and we now know what his ultimate goals were for all of his long, long immortal life, but the end was too easy. After he has been working towards this goal for thousands of years, after he has collected hundreds of blood-debts to ensure his success, after all the powers he has collected at the expense of his sanity... His endgame was just given to him. No war, no struggle, no victory. Even after the build up for Dorada and the "rrrrrinnggg". There was barely any struggle and Dorada let him borrow the ring for a night.

As for his love interest... boring and I don't think they match. Fate really messed that pairing up. I feel sorry for Lothaire for having to wait eons and end up with a Bride that does not suit him. A transformed human but she still acts human in every way, and did not give up on her human family ties.
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I have been eagerly anticipating Lothaire's blooding since I started reading IAD. I really wasn't sure how the bad guy was going to win the girl but Cole manages with her usual aplomb. Ellie is strong enough to be his match. Lothaire, with the help of a "human", even learns a little about relationships. Having no friends and hordes of enemies this is totally new territory for him. Watching him stumble along was amusing. This was a totally satisfying installment that I did not want to put down and ranks up there with some of my favorites in the series. My only regret is that it is done too soon and now the wait begins for the next installment.
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I LOVED Lothaire...err the book...not the man...but he was pretty darn entertaining. I traced...err raced right through this book. I didn't want to put it down; didn't want to sleep and was even late for work as I tried to fit in a few minutes of reading in the morning (and that never happens!).

Lothaire: the Enemy of Old; the most feared and powerful Vampire in the universe; an arrogant, self-important, sarcastic in spades S.O.B. that ever lived. I preferred Elizabeth's nickname for him Leo...how cute!

Elizabeth: a backwoods babe; a virginal, barefoot hillbilly from the Appalachian mountains. How was this mere mortal going to hold her own against such a strong and powerful Vamp?

How? How? How was Kresley Cole going to pull off this pairing? It was either going to be a match made in heaven or hell.

Well if anyone was up for the challenge, it was certainly Elizabeth Peirce. For Lothaire to lower himself to deal with this mortal, white trailer trash was unthinkable and despicable, but he needed the human vessel currently housing his Bride Saroya and he couldn't harm her. The big guy was kinda caught between a rock and a hard place. Ellie took full advantage of her situation. Poking, prodding and challenging Lothaire at every turn to outwit, outlast and out think him in her ultimate game of Survivor because if Lothaire succeeded in his quest for the ring...her game would end permanently.

I laughed out loud many times during the reading of Lothaire. I smiled, I cursed Lothaire and his arrogance and cheered on Elizabeth as she used her wiles and cunning on the Vamp. I could have quoted funny lines from this book all day.
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SPOILER ALERT

LOTHAIRE is the latest book in Kresley Cole’s Immortals After Dark series. Released January 10, 2012, Kresley just completed a week-long tour with cover model Paul Marron (be still my heart) to fantastic turn outs. I do believe, the magnificent Paul helped in that department. LOTHAIRE continues the storyline a few weeks after Dreams of a Dark Warrior.

Lothaire, Enemy of Old, believes he has found his mate, Saroya, but there are complications. Saroya, a goddess without substance, inhabits the human body of Elizabeth Pierce, a coal miner’s daughter from Louisiana. When Lothaire first meets ‘Saroya’ (as Elizabeth) , the goddess he believes to be his mate, he is blooded-his heart begins to beat and his need to consummate the relationship is without end. But ‘Saroya, is evil personified, and the reason Lothaire believes that the goddess is his true-mate. While inhabiting the body of Elizabeth, Saroya goes on a killing spree, and when Elizabeth is fingered in the murders, she is tried and sentenced to death row.

Five years later, Elizabeth Pierce, well aware that a demon has taken possession of her body, refuses to save herself from the electric chair. During her incarceration, she has completed university and only on a couple of occasion has the goddess, come to the surface. But, hoping her death, will also end the ‘life’ of the demon Saroya, Elizabeth accepts her fate and welcomes her execution. But Lothaire refuses to allow Elizabeth to die, fearing she will end the life of his mate-the woman who would be his queen.

From Death Row to Lothaire’s New York apartment, Elizabeth feels she has replaced one prison for another equally abhorrent. Lothaire is on a mission.
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