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Released: December 1, 2011
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Series: Lords of Deliverance #2
Published by Grand Central Publishing
Immortal Rider will take you on a paranormal ride from beginning to end. The action, the scheming with just the right amount of romance. You will not be bored with all the different things waiting for you in the Horsemen world.
Arik Wagner, Runa’s brother, who also works for R-XR has been a good part of the Demonica series (Desire Unchained, specifically). This guy has totally evolved from who he was before. He goes from hating the immortals to working with them and gaining a respect for them. Even going as far as developing a friendship with them.
We have been eagerly anticipating Arik’s book for a long time. Now, the hot human brother finally gets his chance to shine and UTC is finally getting some Arik action!
But it’s really Limos aka Famine, the only female horseman who really gets into the Arik action. Except there is one major thing standing between her chance to be with Arik.
Before she was even born, Limos was promised to the Dark Lord. Being unwillingly betrothed to Satan brings up a lot of problems. But when Arik can’t deny his attraction to Limos any longer, he kisses her. And this is when the story begins its hellride. And we mean, literally.
Just as Arik gets summoned to hell, Limos tells him to never, ever speak her name. If he does while in agony, then Limos will find herself next to her rightful husband.
Arik and Limo sizzle in IMMORTAL RIDER. However, while they were great together, they didn’t have the same feel as Ione’s past romances. We expected some sexual gymnastics that Ione has become known for and although we didn’t get that so much in this instalment, we still felt that the sex scenes fit Limos and Arik well.
Speaking of sizzling chemistry…
Than and Regan’s chemistry was palpable and we really enjoyed their parts of the books. It makes our hands itch for the next one and we’re sensing that Ione will surely deliver another one of her epic stories for the sassy Aegis chick and Death.
What was also fantastic is that Larissa Ione isn’t afraid to put her characters through some bad times in order to tell their story right. Arik and Limos endure a lot of things that would normally break a person. So it was interesting to read about their journey through that as well as see the development of their romance together.
This book was full of unexpected twists, betrayals, lies, some truths and more lies, along with the consequences all that lying cost everyone. Limos has a lot of skeletons in her closet that slowly come out and it’s thanks to Arik’s strength that she can face them. He was her rock throughout some tough moments and we liked that he stood by her even when faced with issues that would’ve made a lesser man turn his back on her. He never took the easy way out.
This series in not to be missed and we highly recommend to any PNR lover.
This ARC was provided to us by Grand Central Publishing.