The Immortal's Unrequited Bride

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The Immortal's Unrequited Bride

Interesting premise, with likeable characters and the story challenges some of the same tropes that I've always had questions about, but The Immortal's Unrequited Bride oddly didn't wow me.

It was a good read, but it also felt very much like a book that is late in a series, so I suspect that readers following along from the start would enjoy this book a lot more. There's a lot of characters running around in a world that isn't very well explained to the newbie reader and I sometimes found myself being frustrated because there was definitely subtext I was missing out on because I didn't have a better idea of what had come before.

That said, it is a rich and fascinating world and I'm interested in seeing what comes next.


Book Blurb for The Immortal's Unrequited Bride

A love that endures beyond death itself… 

Ethan Kemp is a healer, not an assassin. But he's found an unexpected home in the Irish stronghold that houses the Assassin's Arcanum—men who will kill to protect their Druid brethren. Too bad there's a ghost that won't give him peace…

Centuries in the grave, Isibéal Cannavan has longed to be reunited with her beloved. Finally, he's returned to her. She'd recognize Lachlan anywhere, even as an American warlock called Ethan. But her path to reuniting with him in the land of the living runs through hell itself, and she'll have to take Ethan with her…


Night Owl Reviews May, 2017 3.50