Image of Immortal Nights: An Argeneau Novel


Image of Immortal Nights: An Argeneau Novel

There are so many great things to say about Immortal Nights! New and old fans alike will be pleased with what Abigail and Tomasso’s story brings to the 24th book in the Argeneau series. There is no slow start, instead the book immediately begins with action, heartache and lust. But once Abigail realizes that her new adventure (that was supposed to give her a break from her pain) is going downhill, you’re left wondering, “How will they unravel themselves from this mess?” While the mystery of why the kidnappers want Tomasso and the resulting danger is somewhat pushed to the background because of the romance, it was very cute and steamy. You easily become riveted to the romance between them as they get closer and closer together because of how different Abigail is from other romance genre heroines. This is not a story any fans of Sands, or those who are looking for an entertaining and satisfying paranormal read, will want to miss.

On the heels of her mother’s death, taking care of the finances in the aftermath and harboring bitterness towards her once prized career goal, Abigail thinks accepting the offer from her best friend, Jet, to accompany him on his travels is the best course for her. Boy was she wrong ... or was she? Rescuing Tomasso from his kidnappers and escaping with him out of a moving plane is the start of Abigail’s life that she didn’t know she was cut out for ... alongside a vampire who finds her irresistible. Other than the mayhem that follows Abigail and Tomasso, the bigger question is whether or not Tomasso’s appetite and extra sharp teeth will become the thing that kills them before their enemy can. (AVON, Sep., 384 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Leona Woolfolk