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Abigail’s eyes widened incredulously as his mouth covered hers. This kind of thing just did not happen to her. Big, hunky, naked men just did not kiss her out of the blue. And damnnnnn, he was a good kisser…’
The lively and unique bond that formed between main characters Tomasso and Abigail dominated this latest installment in Lynsay Sands’ popular Argeneau series. On the run from kidnappers, facing many dangers and even serious illness along the way, they tried to overcome the odds and keep each other safe.
The wild and sometimes wacky world of the Argeneaus is always entertaining. And Immortal Nights was definitely a nice addition to the series, keeping the thread of mystery over the abduction of Immortals by an evil doctor going, revealing a few more pieces of the ever-growing puzzle. Author Lynsay Sands added in her trademark humor, making what could have been a rather bleak situation–with Tomasso and Abigail lost on an island–full of comical conversations and the realization that they were life mates.