Wicked Abyss (Immortals After Dark #18)
Gallery Books / April 25, 2017 / $26.00 print, $13.99 digital)
Note: This review may contain hints at where the story is going, if you don't want to know anything about the plot, turn back and read the book first! We'll be here when you're ready to talk.
It's the year of the demon! Warcraft brought demon hunters with the new expansion pack: Legion, and Kresley Cole's new book Wicked Abyss returns us to the Immortals After Dark world. I have to be honest, I was somewhat disappointed in the last two books (not that they weren't good) but the road trips that both Lanthe and Thronos (Dark Skye) and Rune and Josie (Sweet Ruin) were a bit of an exhausting read. In Wicked Abyss, we rarely leave the hero's castle, which, honestly, I can't imagine why you would want to. I love Graven Castle and want to live there!
Lila, or Calliope, is a fey princess, engaged to King Saetth (who appeared in Sweet Ruin) since birth. When we first meet her, she's 13 years old and just witnessed her parents beheading...at the order of her finance. She's standing on trial for her own life, but is instead banished to the mortal realm.