No Rest for the Wicked: Immortals After Dark, Book 3 : Immortals After Dark

  • by Kresley Cole
  • Narrated by Robert Petkoff
  • Series: Immortals After Dark
  • 10 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The second installment in Kresley Cole’s best-selling steamy Immortals After Dark series is now available on audio for the first time!
Centuries ago, Sebastian Wroth was turned into a vampire - a nightmare in his mind - against his will. Burdened with hatred and alone for ages, he sees little reason to live - until an exquisite, fey creature comes to kill him, inadvertently saving him instead.
When Kaderin the Cold Hearted lost her two beloved sisters to a vampire attack long ago, a benevolent force deadened her sorrow - accidentally extinguishing all of her emotions. Yet whenever she encounters Sebastian, her feelings - particularly lust - emerge multiplied. For the first time, she’s unable to complete a kill.
The prize of the month-long contest is powerful enough to change history, and Kaderin will do anything to win it for her sisters. Wanting only to win her, forever, Sebastian competes as well, taking every opportunity - as they travel to ancient tombs and through catacombs, seeking relics around the world - to use her new feelings to seduce her. But when forced to choose between the vampire she’s falling for and reuniting her family, how can Kaderin live without either?

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Loved it

This book has to be my favourite of the series. I absolutely loved Sebastian and Kaderin's story. The narrator is fantastic. So much better than in the first books. I've always loved his story telling voice and male character voices, but hated how he narrated the women's voices. In this book they were all exemplary. Can't wait to hear more of the series.
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- Alaina Carroll

No Rest for the Wicked

What did you like best about this story?

The development of the relationship between Bowen and Meriketa. The growth from dislike to love and then abandonment is very well written.


What does Robert Petkoff bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

The narrator does an excellent job. The difference between male and female voices works very well. He maintains the accents and has enough emotional range to enhance the story.


Any additional comments?

I did read book 2 in this series and this is book 3, sadly the first hour of this book is a rehash of the end of the story in book 2, I very nearly gave it up as a bad job but after the first part the rest of the book is very good and a good listen.

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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 20-03-2012
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio