Dying sucks for everyone, but for Selene there are added complications.
Becoming one of the Awakened, a group of godlike beings, should have been the end of Selene's worries. Instead, dangerous people who want the secrets she hid away in a past incarnation are hunting her, and every time Selene uses her abilities she pays a price—losing memories that are impossible to get back.
Jace, Selene's hunky ex, has promised to protect her, but when Selene is kidnapped by Jace's brother Kyle—who she was married to before Jace came into to the picture—things get strained.
Without Kyle's help, Selene can't save the people she cares about, but trusting Kyle could have unfortunate consequences.
Publisher's Note: Immortal is a YA Paranormal Romance book, and is the second novel in The Awakening a series of clean books featuring fairies and demigods, which have been written so that they can be safely enjoyed by both teens and adults. Readers new to The Awakening should start with Reborn, one of several YA books available from Dean.
Dean Murray is the successful author of multiple clean young adult paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and epic fantasy series which collectively have more than half a million copies in circulation.
Could not put this book down! Action packed mystery with a hint of romance--who wouldn't this book appeal to?! This is book two of the series so by now I feel fully invested in the characters and wary of any new introductions. I could feel the betrayal sneaking up on me. Literally feel it!! This book is so wonderfully written that you feel like you are there in the moment with the characters.
Immortal By:Dean Murray
I was gifted a copy of this book for an honest review upon completion of reading it. I thought "Immortal" was great!! Just like "Reborn", it gets your attention and makes you want to keep reading. It's very hard to put it down and I found myself reading in any spare time I had or could come up with. I can hardly wait for the 3rd book to come out. Bravo Dean Murray!! Another great novel to be proud of!!
Dean Murray has done it again in Immortal the sequel to Reborn. The characters become more detailed and real as the story goes on as you see into the past of not just ones view but them all. To see they are all entwined in this story I was not able to put this down and can not wait to see how this concludes. Dean Murray's writing has a way of drawing you in not only to the individual you related to but the story as a whole. You not only want for the good, the bad, the loney, but maybe even the lost.