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IMMORTALS: THE CROSSING
by Joy Nash

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT

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Nash's latest hero is a charming rogue with a compassionate heart, while her heroine is a desperate mother willing to sacrifice everything to save her son. Although this duo is interesting, the heroine's actions, coupled with an underdeveloped relationship, make it difficult to buy into their romance. Still, Mac Lir is a hero to die for.

Half-sidhe demigod Manannan Mac Lir recently discovered that his efforts to help save the Immortal warrior Tain came at a price: Mac now carries some death magic in his soul. When a group of faeries requests his aid because a death magic spell is slowly killing one of their children, Mac's investigation leads him to witch Artemis Black.

Since her young son's soul is being held hostage in hell by a demon, Artemis has made a deal with another demon to harvest life magic for his help in saving her son. When Artemis is brought before the sidhe council, she manages to escape into hell, forcing Mac to follow. Unbeknownst to Artemis, Mac has given her a precious gift. (LOVE SPELL, Oct., 368 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Love Spell

Published: October 2008

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