Saturday, April 7, 2018

Review: Immortal Unchained

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

Yeek, this book certainly took me to places I never expected to go in this series. I guess by the time you reach book #25 you've got to start changing things up.

If you've read the previous books (or even the previous one alone) you know that there is a big bad out there who is kidnapping immortals and experimenting on them. He tried and failed to get the twins, but appears to be stepping up his work. When it becomes clear that he has taken Domitian's life mate captive, he dives right in, offering to help. The big bad, however, knew all about his drive to save his life mate and they soon find themselves trapped together in a luxurious island... under constant surveillance.

The romantic story is, of course, about life mates. This time, however, Domitian discovered his life mate, Sarita, when she was entirely too young to be claimed. He bided his time, had someone watching her, but letting her live a full human life before he approached her. This waiting may have given the evil doctor more than enough time to locate and get her to into his clutches. Aside from being kidnapped, having to explain the whole nanos thing, and accepting a whole bunch of things outside of their control, these two also end up infiltrating the evil doctor's island base where he conducts his experiments. While this tale doesn't really end with a fully satisfying evil-doer in custody, it is certainly a nice step in the right direction. I'll be happy when this storyline is over.

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