Title: Immortal Duty
Walking home from a late-night shift at the hospital, Amy Bennett unwittingly stumbles into the violent, mysterious world of sexy Rhys Morgan. She wants him at once, but he’s a man with dangerous secrets, and despite the explosive attraction between them, he seems determined to push her away.
One of the oldest of his kind, the intense Immortal warrior Rhys spends his nights on the streets of Chandler protecting the city from the demons that threaten to overrun it. Though strong, he now has a weakness…Amy.
His gift of premonition has always been a curse, and more so since Amy’s death has begun haunting his dreams. But she’s part of his world now, and Rhys doesn’t know how to save her, or how to protect his heart.
Author: J.K. Coi
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Forever Immortal, Protecting His Assets
Series: Immortal Warriors #1
Published by Ellora's Cave Source: Author
Published: December 26th 2012
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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I am hooked on this series! Immortal Duty hits the ground running and keeps it going until the very end. This book is the first in a series that give an interesting spin on the battle between good and evil. The action is explosive, the characters are funny yet sexy, and the romance is delish! All this factors are combined together so well. Building slowly to the incredible ending, once you start this book, you will not be putting it down.
I love a book that has great strong characters. Weak characters can take a great story line and drag it down. Luckily, this isn’t the case here. I adore Amy! She so feisty and doesn’t take crap from Rhys or Gideon. Rhys is tough and sexy. Everything sizzles between Amy and Rhys from the dialog to the sex. The flow of the story transitions back and forth between the two main characters points of view so smoothly. Frankly, I enjoyed the dialog and interactions between all the characters (Baron’s my favorite!).
This is the second book in this series I have read. Unfortunately, I read the last one first and after reading this book, I have had a giant “AHA” moment. So far, both books work well as stand-alones but the characters are so great I highly suggest reading them all…preferably in order. Now I need to get my hands on the other books in the series.