The Argeneaus are back! Filled with love, passion, and adventure, New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands returns with another sexy romance about everyone's favorite immortals.
Stephanie McGill was attacked and turned when she was just a teenager. Worse, her abilities are unlike any other immortal. Now 13 years later, with the help of her adopted Argeneau family, Steph has carved out a new – if not lonely – life for herself. Until a new neighbor arrives…
Thorne is also one-of-a-kind. The result of a genetic experiment, he’s not an immortal, but he’s not mortal either. He’s looking for a place to hide, to get some peace and quiet so he can figure things out, and Stephanie’s sanctuary is perfect. In fact, Stephanie is perfect. For the first time, Thorne is free to be himself and he’s falling for her.
But if they’re going to have a future together, they’ll first need to deal with their past…because the mad scientist who created Thorne is now after Stephanie.
As always I loved this book! Lynsay Sands has never disappointed me with an Argeneau book. I love them all! Thank you for yet another great story!!
Amazing can't wait for the next book in the series
Stephanie and Thorne
Stephanie and Thorne: Ok, so Thorne is a very interesting character. His evil father basically played God and tried to create a super being in Thorne. The different kinds of DNA that was used with his human DNA made him a one of a kind, but also scratching my head at the possibility. I felt sorry for him but loved that he got Stephanie in the end.
I found Stephanie's abilities to be super cool but I also felt t sorry for her because of them. Stephanie may not have all that crazy animal DNA in her genetic makeup but she was still unique for an immortal. She felt like as much of a freak as Thorne did. I loved that these two together took that feeling away for both of them. They were literally a perfect match for each other.
I'm definitely enjoying this series. Each book is unique but has a lot of the same side characters in it. I have not read in order and not once have I felt lost. However, it is my goal to go back to book one and start it all over in order. These books are too good not to read every one of them.