Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Monday, August 29, 2016

ARC Review: Immortal Nights by Lynsay Sands

Two dozen Argeneau books already! Book 24 follows the kidnapped Tomasso Notte, the first half of the story runs parallel with the Dante and Mary’s story, but soon Dante and Mary along with Lucien and Justin join the fun too. Like with the last book so much happens it’s hard to tell which to pick to talk about without spoiling too much of the book. The main character, Abigail Forsythe, I really like her. She is intelligent, quick witted, and she is definitely very caring. Tomasso is a closet geek, I love it. Lynsay Sands as usual has an entertaining plot, a sexy romance, action, and humor. Also a new character, and hopefully a soon to be life mate for some lucky immortal, Jethro. Jet is Abigail’s best friend/brother she never had and it all starts because of him. 

Abigail spent the last couple of years of her life acting as her mother’s caregiver and now her mother has finally succumbed to the cancer. Abigail is all alone and with nothing to do with her life, she’s even doubting whether she wants to go back and finish med school. Jet invites Abs down for a visit and hopefully he can talk her into staying so he can help. Jet is a cargo plane pilot and gets called in for an emergency flight. He sneaks Abs on board in the cargo hold thinking she would be safe. The “cargo” is an unconscious Tomasso. Abigail sets him free, as soon as Tomasso realizes he can’t read her mind he knows he has found his life mate and well let’s just say the fun starts. Especially after they jump out of the plane Abigail hit her head and knocks herself out then they are stranded somewhere on the coast of somewhere, somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico. All while Tomasso is fighting his hunger for both blood and for Abigail. Luckily they come across fishermen and get a lift back to civilization, unfortunately Abigail got sick. One of the plethora of mosquito bites she got while stranded was a carrier for a virus, and if not treated correctly can lead to something much worse and even fatal. AND there is a tropical storm keeping them from the hospital. To make matters even more exciting, they didn’t completely lose the henchmen kidnappers either. 

Overall, this was another great Argeneau novel. Tomasso and Abigail are great, so sultry and dirty. Abigail has such a dirty mind. The end hinted at a bunch more stuff that really makes me excited for what’s going to happen next.        

**ARC provided by Publisher**

Purchase: | Amazon | Kindle | B&N | iTunes |


  1. I have to confess I love vampire romances...started out with Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake series and then the Sookie Stackhouse series. But! I am sad to confess I've not read one of Lynsay Sands' Argeneau books! What's wrong with me? I think I have to change that sad history, don't you? Geez, Louise. I appreciate your post more than you know.

  2. ME TOO! Anita Blake is like a gateway drug you just want more and more afterwards. One of the things I love about Lynsay Sands is the humor.