01 June 2014

Immortal Promise by Magen McMinimy

Lothar is the solid, responsible, second in command Elite Light Fae Warrior who feels everything. Channeling the emotions of others, Lothar has experienced what real love feels like. An emotion he hasn’t felt for himself in over a century, not since losing Holly to the Vampires.

Holly left the Middle World to find a new home among the Vegas coven of Vampires. Hiding from an overprotective brother, an uncaring mother and a sister who leads the Light Fae, Holly has stepped out to find herself. However shadows of the Middle world stretch over the new life she has built.

After rogue members of the coven follow Katarina, the succubus mate of Lothar’s youngest brother to invade the Dark Fae lands, they put the Light and Dark on the brink of war forcing the coven to comply with the warriors. After observing the Vampires Lothar is suspicious of the secrets the coven hides and the magic that surrounds the group. When Darion brings the war to Holly’s front door she is thrown into a world that has been long forgotten. With Fate stepping in, the future of the Middle World lies in Holly’s hands. With Lothar at her side they are forced together to save those they love as the battle lines and drawn.

Will the Light Fae ever be the same?

Will the fight to find home and save the Middle World bring them together or does fate have something altogether different in mind?

I have personally enjoyed this series since I have started it. I usually personally do not enjoy books having to do with Angels, (it’s just a quirk of mine), but with this series I have completely loved all of the books I have read so far.
With that being said, Ms. McMinimy does write the books to where they could be read as standalones, but you do get a much better understanding as to what is going on, and which characters are together, if you were to read the other books in the series.
This story certainly does start out with a bang and it kept going all the way through it. I seriously could not put the book down once I had started it because there was so much action, suspense, and drama happening on each page I just HAD to find out what was going to happen next. But also on that token, there were some times that it was a bit crazy with the number of characters in the scenes; I was left a little confused about who was who at times since it had been so long since I read the other books.
I really did enjoy Holly and Lothar’s characters in this book though. I have to say after reading this one and the others that they are my favorite couple in this series. There was just something about both of them that was extremely well written, and I was just able to connect with each of them throughout the whole story. Holly especially though, it felt like she had a sense of innocence about her, even with everything she had been through in her life.
There is plenty of smuttiness that happens during the book. But it is done in a way that is very classy, it’s not over done and it adds more to the story than anything else.
Ms. McMinimy has a way with words that even near the end of the book, I had tears in my eyes because she was able to bring the words off the page and they were full of emotion. I couldn’t get enough of the story and I really can’t wait to start reading the next book in the series.
I would completely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading books that have smuttiness, romance, action, suspense, and drama in them.
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