Lynsay Sands - Immortal Rising
The Argeneaus are back! Filled with love, passion, and adventure, New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands returns with another sexy romance about everyone's favorite immortals.
Stephanie McGill was attacked and turned when she was just a teenager. Worse, her abilities are unlike any other immortal. Now 13 years later, with the help of her adopted Argeneau family, Steph has carved out a new – if not lonely – life for herself. Until a new neighbor arrives…
Thorne is also one-of-a-kind. The result of a genetic experiment, he’s not an immortal, but he’s not mortal either. He’s looking for a place to hide, to get some peace and quiet so he can figure things out, and Stephanie’s sanctuary is perfect. In fact, Stephanie is perfect. For the first time, Thorne is free to be himself and he’s falling for her.
But if they’re going to have a future together, they’ll first need to deal with their past…because the mad scientist who created Thorne is now after Stephanie.
I love this book. Since Stephanie first appeared I have fallen in love with the child whose was tortured. Whose sister left her with people she didn’t know. Whose life was destroyed by someone who was literally the most insane person ever to enter the world. Thorne was also an interesting character because he risked everything to save people he didn’t know from his evil sperm supplier. His life had always been insane. He was an experiment. He deserved happiness. She deserved happiness. I am so happy they found that in each other. Other story lines are tied up in a bow and they get to live happily for now. I always wait for the next installment of this series and can’t wait for the next story to pop up.
The story has moments of boredom where you want the story to move along which I think is common with all books in a series this long. But, when you toss a genetic experiment like Thorne into the mix it really does add a little something new to it.
When the series could just be really repetitive Sands finds a way to keep it going. She’s still throwing up new things and making things more than great lifemate sex (which is yummy as always and bonus- WINGS). We all see that a lifemate really makes the other person better than they would be otherwise. That’s why I love them- there is more than just chemistry. There’s love grown from respect.
Remember to love with your whole heart 💜
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