Sebastian St. Ives had vowed to protect the mortal woman who held the last third of a medallion that protects the veil between the human world and his own vampire one, but he hadn't counted on the desires of humanity being so powerful in their own right. Amelia would do anything to protect her vulner-able younger brother, especially from suspicions that he might be a murderer. Between these two protective hearts, the evil vampire who threatened both their worlds is surely destined to fail, but evil sometimes had a way of using goodness against itself. Debbie Raleigh has rounded out her trilogy of vampire lovers and their destiny among humans with MY LORD IMMORTALITY (3), a heartwarming tale that succeeds in raising both goose bumps and heart rates. (Dec., 256 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Teresa Roebuck