The Immortal Hunter (Argeneau #11) by Lynsay Sands
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
No-fangers and the McGill girls!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌎
Character development: 🧐😕😍😗😳
The heroine: Danielle McGill – Dani is a doctor, her and her younger sister were on their way home from a family reunion when they stopped for gas and were taken by a group of no-fangers (immortals without fangs who are crazy and kill humans without compunction).
The Hero(s): Decker Argeneau Pimms – an enforcer and rogue hunter. Decker is 259 years old and no longer enjoys eating or physical pleasure. While chasing his cousin Nicholas who is a rogue immortal, they come across a gang of no-fangers who have kidnapped two girls.
The Story: Decker and the hunters are able to save Dani from the no-fangers, but the leader of the group escapes with Dani’s 15 year old sister Stephanie. Decker is unable to read or control Dani and realizes that she is his life mate. He has to make Dani trust him and tell her that they are immortals without scaring her away.
This book follows the format set forth by many of the prior books in this series. Though the action is even more suspenseful due to the fact that the bad guy(s) have young Stephanie and could be doing anything to her and the only person who might be close to finding them is Nicholas who is a rogue immortal with dubious reasons for trying to help.
There were a few things I didn’t like about the story. First of which is the way they always seem to leave the women behind while the men go to do things and the woman left alone ends up getting kidnapped almost every time. Second is that when someone is kidnapped and finally gets back to the enforcers, they don’t immediately tell them what they found out from the kidnapper, but that always seems like it is no problem to wait until later. If it was me being kidnapped, I would want them to know these things right away. But overall the story was great and I still plan to read more.
The narration was done by Victoria McGee and was fine. Though I like dual narration best.
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