Synopsis

As punishment for plotting with his brothers to steal immortality, Garreth is suffering a freezing torment until the end of time. Again and again, his fierce fighter’s physique is frozen into a chiseled ice sculpture, his heart hardening like a diamond in his chest—only to thaw and resume the chilling torture. Until, like his older brother Dethan, he is offered a reprieve from a goddess—in exchange for his allegiance in a celestial civil war.

Garreth lives to fight and fights to live. But while laying siege to an embattled city, he finds another reason to go on—a beautiful warrior woman named Sarielle, who commands a mythic beast through a mysterious and powerful bond. Terrified of her strength, the city rulers have kept her captive, and now she refuses to submit to a new master. As Garreth seeks to unleash her passion and melt the icy resistance of her heart, will he become her ultimate salvation—or lead them both to greater destruction?

 

Review

I received an ARC for this book from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

I read the first book in this series, Cursed by Fire, and while I liked it, it wasn’t really that amazing and unforgettable for me. I still loved the author, though, because her other books were just great.

This book changed the course of the Immortal Brothers series. Honestly, if I haven’t read Cursed by Ice, I would probably say that this series would be going downhill, just based on the people’s response to the first book. Fortunately, the hero in this book, Garreth was much more likeable. The heroine was also a very nice character.

Add all those things to author’s tried and tested writing style and we finally have a series game changer. Right now, I am so looking forward to the third book, which isn’t coming out until September. That’s a very long wait, by the way.

Immortal Brothers is an entertaining series and fans of the paranormal romance genre should read it. You will have to endure the first book, though. It isn’t actually that bad. At least, in that book, we learn a lot about the premise of the series. It’s worth getting through till the end. After that, things just start to get interesting and with this second book, you’re bound to be addicted to the series as well.

 

 

 

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