Review: Immortal Born

Immortal Born (Argeneau #30)

Synopsis:

A simple promise to protect her friend’s infant son has turned Allie Chambers’ existence upside down. Caring for—and feeding—an orphaned vampire baby has been tricky enough. But as little Liam grows, so does his appetite. He needs more blood than she can personally supply. And when her attempts to steal from a blood bank go awry, Allie wakes up surrounded by doctors, cops…and the gorgeous, mesmerizing Magnus, who she can neither trust nor resist.

Magnus never expected to find his life mate breaking into a blood bank. Clearly, Allie is already entwined with his world—in deeper, more dangerous ways than she realizes. A band of vicious rogue immortals is in pursuit, and Magnus’ first task is to keep her safe. His second: to awaken her to mind-blowing pleasure, and hope she’ll accept the life, and the passion, that only he can offer.

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

Immortal Born by Lynsay Sands is the 30th book in the series. I keep reading the books in this series because just like this novel, they are full of humor. The hilarious banters and dialogue back and forth make me laugh so hard! I have no idea how Lynsay Sands creates these hilarious, action-packed, romantic, suspenseful yet emotionally tugging books. Yet, she does. I love the way they are written. The characters both big and small are just as awesome and real. There are the moments when I thought everyone was going to die, and they somehow just barely make it. Survival is a must. Secrecy is also a top must especially, in a world full of humans. These vampires are like a paranormal FBI swat team/ Marine Corp. Strength, intelligence, sometimes best looking, but their humanity is what appeals to me as a reader. I laugh, cry, and fall harder for them all. Lynsay Sands is a talented writer. She creates unforgettable characters and unforgettable worlds of fiction.

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