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Publisher's Summary

The Argeneaus are back! Filled with love, passion, and adventure, New York Times best-selling author Lynsay Sands returns with another sexy romance about everyone's favorite immortals.

Stephanie McGill was attacked and turned when she was just a teenager. Worse, her abilities are unlike any other immortal. Now 13 years later, with the help of her adopted Argeneau family, Steph has carved out a new—if not lonely—life for herself. Until a new neighbor arrives.... 

Thorne is also one-of-a-kind. The result of a genetic experiment, he’s not an immortal, but he’s not mortal either. He’s looking for a place to hide, to get some peace and quiet so he can figure things out, and Stephanie’s sanctuary is perfect. In fact, Stephanie is perfect. For the first time, Thorne is free to be himself and he’s falling for her. 

But if they’re going to have a future together, they’ll first need to deal with their past...because the mad scientist who created Thorne is now after Stephanie.

©2022 Lynsay Sands (P)2022 HarperCollins Publishers

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Loved it as all ways from beginning to end, did not want it to end before the wedding. (I bet that will be hilarious. )

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Stephanie and Thorne

Stephanie doesn't disappoint with her sharp tounge and matter of fact. I'm glad that Thorne gets a happy ending too

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Little disappointed 😞

This book is really disappointing from the rest. The character is really lack of common sense and stupid.

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Fantastic Story

I loved this story from start to finish. It held my attention and kept me very interested. The characters were a lot of fun and I enjoy seeing the other Argeneau family members as well. The narrator did an amazing job. her voice kept me entertained and fully paying attention. Her voice was easy to listen to and full of emotions while reading. I really enjoyed the narrator and the book.

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Better than TV

It was so hard not to stop hearing or reading. I even had my husband listening to the story instead of TV. We had trouble stopping listening or reading the book.

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amazing books

love these books always have look forward to more coming out to listen to

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I love the argenou books

I just love these books Ive gotten to know all of these fascinating characters, I like the way they are all intertwined across all the books. I hope Lyndsay Sands keeps writing about these immortals for a long time to come.

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it's alright

the book is not the same quality I've come to enjoy from Ms. Sands.

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A warm bubble bath

Just like a warm bubble bath, it’s both soothing and relaxing to slip back into this familiar world of Immortals. I’ve devoured this series from Book zzand enjoyed this one immensely too. The characters are highly likable and are a good fit for each other so you’re rooting for them to be together. (And if you’ve read the books before, you know the instant attraction and bonding happens early and easily, and that’s one of the main themes of the series.)
The cameo of main characters from previous books were delightful little bubbles that made the book more enjoyable. These are the same people I fell in love with them while reading their stories and I want to know they are doing well.

The narrator’s performance was spot on with accents, and the cadence and timing sounded natural. None of those random, stilted, lines that you think a computer strung together that take you out of the story for a moment. Well done!

Overall, I soaked in this lovely world of the Immortals once again and loved every moment.

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Good story, not her regular style.

I want to preface by saying I love her books I’ve read them all and this is my favorite series. However this particular book seemed almost to be written by another author, while it was a good story, And as she described in her book the types of readers I guess I would be called a rabid one I’m always waiting for that next one anxiously and doing the pre-order when possible… it just felt different and had a lot more internal reflection/conversation of the individuals than actual conversation or action like we normally see in her books. I really hope that she goes back to her regular style in future.