Macrieve by Kresley Cole

MacRieve (Immortals After Dark, #13)

Grade-B
Hotness Level-Inferno
Kink Level-No Kink
Series- Immortals After Dark #13
Genre-Paranormal
Reviewed by Kay
358 pages

Uilleam Macrieve, Will, is a Lykae. He has a twin brother, Munro. He’s extremely powerful, handsome, wealthy and on a course of self-destruction. Ever since his parents’ deaths and his part in it he has been guilt ridden. Couple that with his capture and torture at the hands of the Order, he is a train wreck. Fighting, drinking and rough sex are his normal. He has given up on any happiness. His only hope, finding his mate.

Chloe Todd is a human soccer player headed for the Olympics. She has had to fight for everything she has ever wanted, despite having a loving father. She has noticed changes in herself for a while now. Subtle changes but changes still. After a rather disturbing discussion with her father, her world implodes. She’s faced with things she’s only read about. Horrible things. She’s rescued by a huge, scary, sexy Scotsman.

This installment of Cole’s outstanding IAD series is a great book. Funny, sexy and a little mystery thrown in. You find out who Chloe’s add really is, what she really is and if she can save the doomed Macrieve. My two complaints with the book: Will’s treatment of Chloe before he accepts her and not enough of the Valkyries. Not having enough of the Valkyries brought the rating of the book down for me. Otherwise, a great addition to one of my very favorite series.

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2 thoughts on “Macrieve by Kresley Cole

  1. I stopped reading this series a few books back, feeling like it had just gotten too complex for me to remember from book to book. This one makes me want to pick it up again! Do you think I could read this one even though I skipped the past few books? ~Anne

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