The Immortal Who Loved Me

Lynsay Sands
The Immortal Who Loved Me
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Release Date
February 2015
Paranormal Romance

A few hours ago, Sherry Carne would have sworn that vampires didn't exist. That's before rogue immortals rampage through her store, leaving bloody chaos (literally) in their wake. The kicker comes when Sherry learns that one of the vamps on the bad guys' trail may be her life mate. Her head says it's impossible. The rest of her takes one look at Basileios Argeneau and has much more interesting ideas.

Whatever Basil expected in a life mate, funny, outspoken Sherry isn't it. But mind-blowing chemistry and instinct don't lie. They tell him something else, too—that Sherry's connection to the immortal world goes deeper than she knows. And that she's in the kind of danger only Basil can save her from—if she'll just trust him, now and forever . . .

Book Review by debra taylor (reviewer)
Feb 16, 2015   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
156 people found the following review helpful
This series never gets old for me! THE IMMORTAL WHO LOVED ME is book twenty-seven in the Argeneau series. As usual, I loved it. Lynsay Sands is one of the few authors who never disappoints this reader.

This latest book features Basileios Argeneau and his life-mate Sherry Carne. Basil, as he is called, is the younger brother of Lucian, and he was a wonderful hero. The story begins when the evil Leonius tries to kidnap Stephanie. Most will recall Stephanie. She is an immortal teen who has had a recurring part for most of the series. Sherry gets an eye-opening introduction, courtesy of evil Leo, to just how dangerous the world can be. But on the bright side, she adapts quickly upon meeting the sexy immortal of her dreams. Their romance was sweet and rather steamy. Those life-mate sex scenes.... just saying that had me fanning myself a few times.

Plot-wise, this was one of the more exciting and adventurous books in the series. It was fast paced and opened new doors while closing others. Ms. Sands gave us a refreshing look at this long running series while staying to the same formula that has hooked so many readers on the Argeneau clan. It also hints at some future storylines, i.e., something strange is going on with Bricker.

I enjoyed this one immensely, so I'll be giving it five flying stars. Already looking forward to the next one.
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