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I was a bit disappointed in this book, I know Lynsay Sands books are never dark or heavy reading but this one might have been just a bit to much the other way. I didn't understand the whole wait and watch thing going on with the suspects house, the rogue immortal was in there killing mortals, there were four immortals not to mention the hero Santo against one rogue, what were they waiting for an engraved invitation. Santo was a bit boring, ok he may of been chained and tortured and lost some of his family but hey it was two thousand years ago, one might assume that would have turned him pretty mean and into a kickass hero ( not ) . As for his lifemate Petronella, I know her name was shortened to Pet, I just found the name (Pet) a but creepy.
I love the humour and romance in the Argeneau books. Santo has been around for so long that you’d think that he’d be a bit more knowledgeable. Unfortunately, a lot of that time was spent as a prisoner of one person or another and he’s been left with PTSD! Pet is a mortal who knows all about the immortals but never expects to fall for one after the trauma of her childhood. Can these two damaged people help each other?
This ratting is because it’s brilliant, I would recommend it to everyone. I hate reading Lynsey sands books to fast because I never want too get to the end because I can only read a book once as I never forget a story. So now that I have finished this one I can’t wait for her next book of this series. I hope it never ends.
Yet another brilliant story from the Argeneau / Notte's! I struggle to put these books down when I start them she has a way of drawing the reader in that you just cannot resist! Looking forward to the next one.
Another Lynsay Sands hit!! An in depth look at a character who is troubled, but comes good, (after miss steps and side tracks). Sands has the ability to hold the reader, and tug at the emotions! Loved it, can't wait for the next!!