I really enjoyed this book It has a good viable storyline. It held my interest with plenty of action and romance. If the remaining books are as good as the first two, I'm really going to enjoy this series.
The plot was stupid. Most of the narrative centered around how bloody the wound was. The characters were lifeless and stereotypical. The narrator did the best she could considering the poorly written dialogue.
She did the best anyone could with such an insipid plot and poorly written narrative.
disgust, I had wasted my time simply to find out the heroine was an alien. Gore for the sake of gore. Just boring and an insult to readers.
I will not be listening to this series.
Well writen, funny exciting.
Better written then the Underworld series.
Mostly all of them.
The sex scenes.
The forth book ends kinda cheesy.
This is the story of Marcus and Amy. Marcus had become reckless since he had lost his lady love (a story in itself) so the boss assigned him a second, which he didn't want at first, not to mention it was a female. A second is to help and protect the immortal since they can't go out during the day. It was fun to watch their relationship grow and finally discover what Amy really was, which was a total surprise.
After listening to Darkness Dawns (the first book in this series) I couldn't wait to get the next book. This one was a good follow up. The Immortals continue to kick Vampire booty while dealing with the myriad of emotions of falling in love and being vulnerable. It's action packed, sexy, and funny all at the same time! Left me wanting to find out what happens next.
This book was just as good as the first, which I loved! Dianne Duvall has a way with writing. She keeps the story going which is a must.
In pursuit of truth, justice, and an end to spoilers!
After loving the first book, I held off reading the second until I was in just the right mood. These books are pure paranormal-romance-and-action candy!
The backdrop of the series reminds me a bit of Sherrilyn Kenyon’s dark hunters taken in a new direction (in two *very* new directions by the end of this second installment!). Good guy immortal vampires battle together against bad guy vamps, assisted by a network of human helpers. A host of characters makes up the continuing storyline, and each book also highlights one couple’s story. This time it’s Ami and Marcus who take center stage.
I was intrigued by Ami at the end of the last book, and initially surprised to see her character coming up to bat so quickly, but now I’m catching on. I don’t want to say too much and risk giving anything away! I will say that I was hoping for a touch more sizzle between her and Marcus, which is why I knocked one star off the story rating. Oh it’s there, but even more of a good thing is always an improvement, right? Scanning the other reviews it seems like only a few of us felt that way though, so you can probably just count me as an Ami fan girl with high expectations.
From the looks of things, all the main characters will continue to appear in future books as their shared storyline unfolds, which is an excellent thing if you’ve got a favorite. Or two. This is one series I’ll happily follow to the end!
Overall, great series with lots of interesting details, fun romances and great narrator. I'm a happy listener!