Everdark (Dark Ink Chronicles Series #2) [NOOK Book]

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When Savannah tattoo artists Riley Poe is ambushed by an undead enemy, she inherits some of the traits of her attackers-and a telepathic link with a rampaging vampire. Now, she's experiencing murder after murder through the victims' eyes. And her new powers will not be enough to stop the horror-or the unending slaughter...


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Everdark (Dark Ink Chronicles Series #2)

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Overview

When Savannah tattoo artists Riley Poe is ambushed by an undead enemy, she inherits some of the traits of her attackers-and a telepathic link with a rampaging vampire. Now, she's experiencing murder after murder through the victims' eyes. And her new powers will not be enough to stop the horror-or the unending slaughter...


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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Poor Riley Poe. After rescuing her little brother from evil vampires Valerian and Victorian Arcos in Afterlight, the potty-mouthed tattoo artist is now seducing guardian vampire Eli Dupré and thrashing through torrid dreams sent by the Arcos brothers, who almost "turned" her by injecting her with a few drops of their venom. Lurching from one bout of "heated, raging hormones" to another, Riley's senses become more acute, and soon she's thirsting for Eli's superhuman attributes and feeling surprising sympathy for Victorian while Valerian sends her mental images of his bloodsucking binges. She must put aside these distractions to join the Dupré family's good-vampire sally and cleanse Charleston, S.C., of its newly minted undead monsters. Jasper's outrageous tale of sex and sadism verges on the unintentionally hilarious, requiring readers to suspend vast quantities of disbelief. (June)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101515433
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 6/7/2011
  • Series: Dark Ink Chronicles , #2
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 38,826
  • File size: 412 KB

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  • Posted August 24, 2011

    Disappointing...

    I enjoyed the first book in this series and eagerly waited for this one, but boy, was I disappointed. Riley shows no growth & in fact, I would say she has digressed. She has one emotion, and that is mad. Every other paragraph she states that she is pissed about something. Another very irritating detail, is she constantly states over & over, what a bada** she is. It's incredibly annoying. The slang is overdone & unrealistic, trying too hard to be "cool." I'm all for a good sex scene, but this book is littered with them and they don't seem to add anything to the plot. It's like they are thrown in (and there are alot) for absolutely no reason. Sadly, I won't be picking up the 3rd in this series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2012

    Love it

    It keep you wanting more to read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2011

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    New favorite series

    I fell in love with the first book, Afterlight, and had to rush out and by the second, Everdark. I love this series. The author did an excellent job of combining action, humor, and sexiness! I'd highly recommend this series!!

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  • Posted May 14, 2011

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    The second The Dark Ink Chronicles urban fantasy is an exhilarating thriller

    Savannah tattoo artist Riley Poe still recovers from her rescuing her younger brother Seth who released the strigoi vampires on a teen prank (see Afterlight). She owes guardian vampire Eli Dupre and his kin for their saving Seth and her from the vicious Strigoi Arcos siblings (Victorian and Valerian). The evil brothers injected her with their toxin. Although controlled somewhat by the intervention of Eli and his partners, Riley's senses has been exponentially embellished including her need for sex, which Eli is glad to accommodate as he loves her and needs her unique special blood.

    One other byproduct of the assault is she is psychically connected to maniacal Valerian as she witnesses the terror in the minds of his victims. Starting to understand the obsessive craving, Riley still needs help from an Undead expert; she knows the vamp she loves is the man for her. However, there is also a supernatural cleansing needed so she joins Eli and his team.

    The second The Dark Ink Chronicles urban fantasy is an exhilarating thriller as vampires needing their fix run wild in the coastal southeast. Although over the top of Hartwell Dam as sex dominates the story line, fans will enjoy the changes in the life of Riley who has become sympathetic with the blood addiction of vampires.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted April 1, 2013

    Riley Poe is tattoo artist in her hometown of Savannah. She work

    Riley Poe is tattoo artist in her hometown of Savannah. She works with her best friend Nyx Foster. Riley also takes care of her fifteen year old brother Seth. Riley is in love with Eli Dupre. They are on Da Gullah Island to help Riley, Seth, and Seth's friends overcome and accept vampric tendencies they all have now. Riley is still haunted by Victorian Arcos in dreams which she has no control over. Eli wants Riley and Seth to train with his whole family in case he's not with her for her own protection. Riley is being haunted with strange dreams appear to end with someone she doesn't know dead brutally. Preacher wants Riley and Seth under stricter protections from hoodoo magic can provide. Eli learns that Charleston is under an influx of newling activity but unsure of who the master vampire is. Victorian believes that Valerian is still alive just in a new body. Riley and company go to Charleston to be apart of Fight Club newling style. Preacher's cousin Garr helps newlings captured regain control of their lives. Riley sees a vision of Nyx in danger. Can Fight Club be stopped? Will Riley tell Eli she loves him? Can Riley fight Victorian and Valerian both? Can Riley save Nyx from harm? Your answers await in Everdark.

    I really love this series. Riley is such a kickass character from the word go. I love how Riley takes charge of her life and makes no apologies for it either. Eli is the smokin' hot guy that just steams up the pages. I will definitely look forward to the next installment in this series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2012

    Love this series!

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