Thursday, 5 February 2015

Immortal Craving Review

Immortal Craving (Immortal Heart, #2)Immortal Craving by Magen McMinimy




Kale, the youngest of the elite Light Fae Warriors chosen to protect the Human World from the dark creatures that lurk in the shadows, has had a life that’s been hard fought and racked with betrayal, loss and heartache. Finding comfort in the physical manifestation of pain, Kale has discarded what is expected of Rowan’s Warriors, and now lives for the harder side of human life with his trusty bottle of Patron, hiding from the scars of his past.Katarina knew the day Darion imprisoned her that the life she’d once longed for was gone. The illusion that a Light Fae could ever love a woman of the Dark was over. Yet, while building a new life among the humans, Katarina’s past is thrust upon her when the Warriors call on her to help in finding an elusive Fae, who is leaving a trail of bodies in its wake. Katrina is then forced to follow the orders of the very Fae who betrayed her.As secrets and lies unravel around them, Kat and Kale find that their past was never what it seemed, and that discovering what is true will be the most difficult battle of their lives.“The truth, Kale… The truth would be the best place to start.”“You and I must have a differing view of the truth in this situation, because in no way would the truth as I know it make you any less guilty.”


Claire's Review 5 of 5 Stars

Book 2 in the Immortal Heart series and the focus is on Kat and Kale....oh my oh my! This book is Hot with a capital H!

Kale is the youngest of the Fae warriors, who lost his true love as you find out in the previous book. They are bought back together in this installment, and find out what they thought happened was completely wrong. These characters are fantastic and you also get to see Bain and Izzy again, who were greats characters in book 1!

I'm really enjoying the series and cannot wait to see where Magen takes it all. After reading a few of Magen's books now, I can see how much she has grown as an author, and is now one of my faves hands down.


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