Sep 20 2016 10:00am

First Look: Lynsay Sands’ Immortal Nights (September 20, 2016)

Immortal Nights by Lynsay Sands

Lynsay Sands
Immortal Nights (Argeneau #24)
Avon/ September 20, 2016/ $7.99 print, $6.99 digital

In a sizzling new Argeneau novel from New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands, an impulsive rescue pairs a sexy immortal with the woman made to be his for eternity.

When it feels like all is lost in the world for Abigail Forsythe, she agrees to go on an adventure with her best friend, Jet. What does she have to lose, she dropped out of medical school, spent all of her life’s savings caring for her dying mother, gained a lot of weight, lost a lot of self esteem and feels all alone and adrift in the world – perhaps a little fun in the sun with her bestie is just what the doctor ordered. Too bad the bad guys have other plans that thwart Abs’ relaxing vacation. She finds herself in the back of Jet’s cargo plane, face to face with a naked Romanesque god. Well, he’s certainly built like a god and his touch literally makes her swoon. All at once Abs figures the poor lighting in the cargo hold and residual drugs given by his captors are responsible for the gleam in Tomasso Notte’s eye. A man that looks like that can’t possibly be attracted to a girl like her, right? Good thing Tomasso isn’t afraid to get right to the point with her which makes her see the beauty Abigail has been hiding, even from herself for a long time.

“I wish I could make you see yourself through my eyes, because to me you are everything…a lifemate…she is the one who suits him in all things. She is the one whose presence beats back the loneliness of a life otherwise lived alone. She is everything. She is you Abigail…you are my everything.”

Tomasso knows finding his life mate while being held captive by some particularly nasty folks that want to dissect him is not ideal timing. Tomasso also knows, even without the life mate pull, Abigail is just the sort of smart, sweet and beautiful woman he’s attracted to. Often considered all braun and no brains, Tomasso is a science nerd at heart and she speaks to him on a level no one has ever noticed him capable of. See, they save each other right back! Abigail has spent her life taking care of herself and her now dead mother – she’s not used to teamwork when it comes to relationships, heck, other than her best friend Jet, she’s not used to relationships at all. When caught in a dangerous situation, Abigail’s faith in herself falters again when she wishes Tomasso would rescue her instead of mustering the courage to rescue herself.

“That is a team, a healthy relationship. We work together. Sometimes I will be stronger. Sometimes you will. But together, we can get through anything.”

Immortal Nights moves the bigger story of the Argeneau series forward. We are getting closer to the island research center and the dastardly people behind the kidnapped immortals. As the immortal vamps are wont to do, Tomasso and Abs move their relationship along at warp speed but that’s what you have to do when your life mate’s life is hanging in the balance! Immortal Nights is fun read for series veterans with several old characters making appearances and hints thrown out for future characters I know we will love…pay attention to Jet! You’ll get the humor, danger and suspense as well as mind blowing sexy times in this installment of the Argenaeu series.


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1. lizzie18
Oh yes, the book is on my list for this month.
I already have Runaway Vampire about his twin but resisted reading it until I also had Immortal Nights.
I've read the whole Argeneau series, enjoyed them all, though my favorites to date are Bite Me If You Can, A Bite To Remember, The Accidental Vampire, and Vampire Interrupted. I always go back to these four.
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