Book Review: Dark Needs at Night's Edge by: Kresley Cole

The missing Wroth brother is finally found and captured by his brothers. He is a vampire, an assassin, and he succumbed to his blood lust and has killed while feeding, therefor marking him as evil and quite crazed from the memories of those he has killed. His brothers put him in an old house near their home in Louisiana to try and help him, turns out he is not the only occupant. Naomi was a famous ballerina at the height of her career in the 20's and was brutally murdered in her newly renovated home. The same home the vampire assassin now resides in. She is a ghost, refusing to leave her life behind, she stays in her home, unable to leave its walls for 80 years. Conrad is the only one who can see her, and they soon find out through various plot twists and obstacles that she is his fated bride. Find out how that goes down...its good.

I enjoyed this book, but not as much as the others, it was great, but not my favorite of the series. I love the humor and sarcasm of the female lead character, she is hilarious, and the face that she is a ghost well, that was new. I couldn't even figure out how that was going to work out for the main characters, but as usual, it does. Good book, and excellent series.

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I give this book 4/5 stars. ★ ★ ★ ★

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