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In a sizzling new Argeneau novel from New York Times best-selling author Lynsay Sands, a gorgeous mortal encounters his greatest temptation....

For almost two centuries, Ildaria Garcia has been on the run, a trouble magnet with a knack for taking down bad guys. Lately, her vigilante tendencies have drawn unwelcome attention to her fellow Immortals. Forced to relocate, Ildaria is supposed to lay low in a new town. Instead, she quickly entangles herself with six and a half feet of muscular, tattooed trouble. 

Joshua James Simpson Guiscard, a.k.a. G.G., knows a lot about Immortals - enough to make him wary. Yet from the moment Ildaria walks into his club, he feels desire stronger than anything he’s known. Accepting the fact that they might be life mates is disconcerting. But when her past catches up to them, G.G. faces a choice - confront his demons at last, or lose a passion that’s hot as hell.

©2020 Lynsay Sands (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers

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DEEP & HUMOROUS

I adore The Argeneau series 💘 Here Margarite Argeneau is up to her old tricks again but 'Knowing' Whom is Whose Lifemate & this time it's the Mortal who owns & runs the Immortal Club, where they all go to relax & get the special "drinks'that give them that special 'high' GG (Green Giant) - Joshua whose Mum & Stepfather are Immortal living back in London.
But its the Female Margaruite's seeing up & that's Ilagra Angelina who seems to be always getting caught helping Mortals especially female students during her night Collegeing.
We see the start of her young child life back in Punta Cana living with her Abuela (Grandmother) whom she was very close with until one night when she was attacked before she was 14 but she fought back & that's when her life changed & she becomes an Immortal.
Though some areas of her Young life was tortuous its from the night that things happened which was Pretty hilarious with Lynsay's discription of the situation & then the hilarious actions of their Lifemates First Matings....😢😂🤣🥰💥😴

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  • Danielle Miller
  • 30-09-20

Another success

And I absolutely loved GG finally getting a mate and to witness his relationship with his mother was hilarious this book will make you think it will keep you laughing and it can get a little crazy If you have enjoyed her other books you will definitely enjoy this one I can’t wait to see what comes next oh wait I’ve already pre-ordered that

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 04-10-20

It’s bad

This book does not make since she is 200 years old and there is no way her past could of happened that long ago.

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  • Erin L
  • 02-10-20

Not my favorite

I’ve been a fan of the Argeneau books for several years now, and I’ve generally always enjoyed them. But there’s something about this one that has really let me down. First, love triangles aren’t my favorite. I’m not a fan of Bricker’s or Raffaele’s books for this reason either. Also I love GG in the other books so I was excited that he was going to get his own lifemate, but... he acted like the giant child Juan compared him to. And Ildaria or Angelina, whatever her name is, just didn’t click for me. I don’t know. As much as I’ve always enjoyed this series, I think Lynsay might be running out of things to write about.

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  • Erin D. Rollins-McKinley
  • 26-02-21

Another Excellent Production

Lynsay Sands is excellent writer. I absolutely love this series. I wish I could create a world like her. Good narrator as well.

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  • Susan
  • 02-01-21

Boring, disappointed

I have enjoyed most of this series, but this just falls flat. The entire book is just a series of conversations....any action is short and rushed over. Talk, talk, talk... snooze. The "hero" is a guy with a giant green mohawk (gross) with a female sounding nickname and no guts or personality. What a wimp. No wonder there was no chemistry. The female lead is told that he is her lifemate, and she doesn't seem to care. He might die or not accept her....shrug, she will move on with her life. I really didn't care if they got together, and it didn't seem that they cared either. Had to struggle to finish this one.

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  • Malinda
  • 09-12-20

Pretty good story and addition to the series

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This was a pretty good story. I forgot to review it right away so I'm not going to try to get into details but overall, it was pretty good but there were a couple parts I was a bit tepid on. Still, I've read the whole series and I think Sands has done a great job as keeping the series interesting on the whole. This was an enjoyable story and I would recommend it.

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  • Judy
  • 03-12-20

Very Disappointing and A Waste

I was very disappointed and found this book a waste of my time and a ”credit“!! I have read many of Lynsay Sands books and I have always found something about them that I enjoyed but not this one, I could not make it past chapter 5 and I really, really tried. The book starts with a bang......sounding like it’s going to be one you just can’t put down. “BUT”...that was it...! I thought maybe the book didn’t download correctly, maybe the book had been entered incorrectly or something? Nooooooo...it was the most boring, poorly written thing I have read since DICK and JANE in the first grade. Don’t waste your time or money!

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  • Angie Reed
  • 05-11-20

So Enjoyed!

This series is so amazing. If you have never read this series start at the beginning so you don’t miss anything!!

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  • ShaSha (Lover of Audiobooks!)
  • 04-11-20

Finally, G.G.!!

I have read all of the books in tis series. There has been some hits and misses over the years. The last two books were good so going into this I assumed that it would be good as well. Especially since it has our favorite mortal, G.G., as the main character.

I enjoyed this more than I thought I would. We met Ildaria a couple books back and new just very little about her. The same went with G.G. I am glad that two characters we knew little about got a book together so that it did not seem as though we were comparing the two. I loved the development of the romance for these two. I did have some issues however.


One thing that I learned about Lynsay Sands's writing as of late, well with this series anyway, is that the timeline is all over the place. The pervious book was based in Port Henry, but now we are back in Toronto. This series is not flowing like it used to. It now seems to be individual books that have the same thread, Immortals. I still enjoy the series but it is not flowing like it should anymore which is disappointing.

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  • Customer
  • 18-10-20

when's the next?

have read all the series. love the character connections. can't wait to meet the next