Untouchable

This is a review of “Untouchable” by Kresley Cole. It is a novella in The Immortals After Dark Series and is found in the book “Deep Kiss of Winter”. It is meant to be read after “Kiss of a Demon King” and before “Pleasure of a Dark Prince“. It provides some back story to “A Warlord Wants Forever“.

Daniela is part Ice Fey, part Valkyrie. She must maintain her body temperature so that she stays cold at all times. She finds any skin-to-skin contact unbearable, as it burns her. She has spent her long life lonely, and yearning to be held and loved.

Murdoch Wroth is a vampire and forbearer (he refuses to drink blood directly from another living being). When he was a human prince, he had quite a reputation for being a ladies man. He was definitely a “love em and leave em” type of guy. He sees Daniela and is blooded by her. He is none too happy about it. He doesn’t really want to be in a relationship, and how can you be in a relationship with someone you can’t even touch?

Will Daniela and Murdoch be able to work something out? Or will they both be forever wanting something they can’t have?

A delightful read, about making things work, even when it seems impossible.

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2 thoughts on “Untouchable

  1. […] consists of two novellas. The first is “Untouchable” by Kresley Cole, which belongs to The Immortals After Dark Series. And the second is […]

  2. […] This is a review of “Pleasures of a Dark Prince” by Kresley Cole. It is the 7th novel in The Immortals After Dark Series. It follows on from the novella “Untouchable“. […]

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