Demon from the Dark (Immortals After Dark Series, Book 8) by Kresley Cole

By Kresley Cole

From New York Times bestselling writer Kresley Cole comes this hot story of a demon outcast poisoned with vampire blood and the susceptible younger witch he vows to protect—even from himself.

A harmful DEMON SHE CAN’T face up to . . .

Malkom Slaine: plagued by his sordid prior and racked through vampiric hungers, he’s driven to the edge by means of the green-eyed good looks less than his guard.


Carrow Graie: hiding her personal sorrows, she lives just for the following celebration or prank. till she meets a tortured warrior worthy saving.

TRAPPED jointly IN A SAVAGE legal . . .

In order for Malkom and Carrow to outlive, he needs to unharness either the demon and vampire inside of him. while Malkom turns into the nightmare his personal humans feared, will he lose the lady he craves physique and soul?

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He'd wanted a home that no one could ever force him to leave. He'd wanted as much food and water as he could ever enjoy. But more than anything, he'd secretly longed to be respected like Kalen--a noble like him--gifted with a blood far better than his own. Malkom's only fortune was that no one else had ever discovered how much he yearned to be highborn. "Then live for your fated female," he urged Kalen. "She wil accept you. " "Is that what you seek, Malkom? " What use had he for a woman of his own?

He looked on the verge of going berserk. Carrow swalowed to see his neighboring inmate--a Fury, with uncanny violet eyes and bared fangs. The Furies were female avengers, embodiments of wrath. And this one was a rare Archfury, raven-winged and lethal. The Order certainly didn't pul their punches. Some of the beings here were even infamous. Like the vampire Lothaire, the Enemy of Old, with his white-blond hair and eerily sinister hotness. Whenever the guards sedated him and dragged him down the ward, his pale red eyes promised pain to those who'd dared to touch him.

And this is just the beginning. Do you feel the Thirst? " His gaze fel first on Kalen, then on Malkom. " Just as Malkom tensed to attack, the Viceroy disappeared. " They both knew that when he said fight, he meant drink or kill. " But if anyone was freed, it should be Kalen. He's all that is good. "Nor I," Kalen vowed. "We wil not," Malkom repeated, wondering if he sought to convince Kalen--or himself. Three weeks later ... Malkom weakly stood before the bars, expending precious energy just to remain on his feet, yet unable to lie down as though defeated.

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