I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Immortals by Ednah Walters
Also by this author: Runes
Series: Runes, #2
Also in this series: Runes
Published by Firetrail Publishing on 9th January 2014
Genres: Fantasy, Love & Romance, YA Fantasy, Young Adult
Source: from Netgalley
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Nothing can stop Raine Cooper when she wants something…
Raine finally knows that her gorgeous neighbor, Torin St. James, is a legend straight out of Norse mythology, and that her feelings for him are strong. Torin is crazy about Raine too, breaking the one rule he lives by: Never fall for a mortal. The problem is he no longer remembers her, his memories erased by Norns—Norse destiny deities—to punish her for defying them.
So Raine comes up with a plan…
She will make Torin forget his one rule a second time and fall in love with her all over again.
But she quickly learns that well-laid plans do not work when dealing with deities and supernatural beings. Desperate, Raine makes choices that could not only tear her and Torin further apart, but lead to the destruction of everything and everyone she loves.
It was quite a while since I read the first book in this series but after the way the first book ended I was excited to see what happened next.
Torin St. James loves Raine Cooper. The only problem is he can’t remember this. His memories have been wiped and well he thinks Raine is a bit cuckoo at first. He knows he would never break his rule and fall for a mortal but he knows there’s something different about Raine.
As well as following Torin and Raine falling in love there’s someone out to get her and her friends. There’s someone trying to hurt her friend Eric and she must find a way to protect him.
This book is well written and really sucks you in to their world. The twist in this book is good. I didn’t see it coming until we were basically there.
I really enjoyed this book and I’m looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
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