Amazing as usual, another great installment of the Argeaneu Series. My favorites are still Lucian's and Marguerite's stories, but Ander's story was just as good!!!
Could not live without my 2 dogs, humor, books, books and more books ( wishlist is almost endless) oh yeah, I try myself at gardening..lol
Like Carolyn before me, this is nothing at all like the other books in the series.
I miss the action from before. Valerie, seems to get over trauma in no time flat and into Anders bed. It is just not cutting it for me....sorry.
Wish I had not spend my credit....
This Book was an easy listen and a great novel. Now that said the last few books there was more interactions and conflict between the "bad guys" and the "good guys" this book however concentrates on the couple. Now lets talk narrators, I am Unimpressed with Paula's work. She has a pleasant voice but doesn't do the men justice. I hate her interpretation of Lucian's voice! I think she also fall flat when it comes time to add a little intensity and drama. I'll just say If she narrates the next one I'll just read the book. However It is creditworthy and I did enjoy listening to it. I just wish for a return to one of the previous narrators. I always enjoy a Lynsay Sands book, and I thought the birth scene was sweet.
The long-awaited story of Anders has finally arrived, and it did not disappoint. Immortal Ever After was a little slow in the beginning, but picked up in the middle and ended with an exciting conclusion. The story has a full cast of characters from the previous 17 novels, including a great secondary story with Lucien and Lee. This book did not have as many of the humorous lines that I love in some of her previous books, and I missed that. If you are new to the Argeneau series, I would not start with this book.
Paula Christensen, who has read two other, recent Argeneau editions, does a good job with the female voices, but not so much with the men. This is especially true with the story's subject-- no one does Anders like Kirby Heyborne in The Renegade Hunter.
As an early reviewer of this audiobook, you must know I am a big fan of this series. This book was well worth the preorder.