Friday, March 16, 2018

Review: Immortal Nights

Immortal Nights Immortal Nights by Lynsay Sands
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book was an almost parallel story to Tomasso’s brother’s tale. Here, we join Tomasso, having just been taken away in a plane from his original kidnapping spot. While the team is working madly to find both brothers, Tomasso isn’t going to just wait around to be rescued.

Abigail has hit a big turning point in her life – her biggest responsibility, her ailing mother, has suddenly been removed (via her passing) and she has no money for school (or life). Meeting up with her longtime BFF, Jet, is supposed to get her back on whatever path she’s destined for, but instead she ends up sneaking onto his plane (at his insistence) and getting dragged into the world of kidnapping and immortals.

Tomasso, the immortal Abigail stumbles upon locked up in the back of the plane, immediately recognizes his life mate and knows they have to act quickly. They jump for the plane and end up stranded on some sort of deserted island. This is obviously not the optimal place for an immortal, or for newly identified life mates. Hiding what he is from her while starving makes for tough, life threatening work for them both. This couple was good to watch grow into a great pair, no matter how insistent Abigail is about being independent. While her struggle to make decisions was sometimes a bit annoying, I’m glad she didn’t let him bowl over her in every decision. It will be interesting to see where this larger evil doctor storyline ends up.

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