Immortal Nights: An Argeneau Novel by Lynsay SandsImmortal Nights: An Argeneau Novel by Lynsay Sands

Immortal Nights: An Argeneau Novel

byLynsay Sands

Mass Market Paperback | September 20, 2016

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In a sizzling new argeneau novel from New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands, an impulsive rescue pairs a sexy immortal with the woman made to be his for eternity

Abigail Forsythe’s life hasn’t been easy lately. Still, if there’s one thing guaranteed to take her mind off an empty bank account and abandoned dreams, it’s a naked man locked in a plane’s cargo hold. A very big, incredibly gorgeous naked man. And when instinct prompts her to free him, Abigail must rely on this stranger for survival . . . a stranger who leaves her thrumming with need every time they touch.

Tomasso Notte knows he’s found his life mate in Abigail. Now he just has to hold on to her. They’re miles from civilization, hunted by his kidnappers. Abigail has no idea of Tomasso’s abilities, or of how intensely pleasurable their unique connection can be. But he’s about to show her, beginning with one wild, hot, immortal night . . .

Lynsay Sands is an award-winning Canadian author of over 30 books. She writes both historical and paranormal novels, and is best known for her Argeneau series about a modern family of vampires. Sands grew up in Southern Ontario.
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Title:Immortal Nights: An Argeneau NovelFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 0.96 inPublished:September 20, 2016Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0062316060

ISBN - 13:9780062316066

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE i absolutely adore this book!
Date published: 2017-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Immortal Nights I love how this is a light and laugh out loud kind of a series. It has suspense without being very intense.
Date published: 2017-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Immortal Nights Finally a women saves the day. Loved it.
Date published: 2017-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Woman Hero I have to say that I love a good story where the woman ends up being the hero. There are very few that have a woman as any more than a damsel but in this book Abigail is the hero that saves the big, muscled vampire. I would suggest this romance to any one because I think that there would be a lot of people who would enjoy a heroic woman and a man who is not afraid to be saved by a woman. #plumreview
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Abigail is the hero in this book. She really takes the lead and saves the day in a big way. Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy: This series was in serious need of a infusion of plot and villain, and it really seems like we are headed that way. Taking place almost exactly at the same time as the previous book, IMMORTAL NIGHTS tells the story of the second Nolte twin, Tomassino, the other tall, dark and beefy Italian heartthrob. It also introduces another human woman who ends up stealing the show. Abigail was a fun character. She’s a bit run down, when we first meet her, but she’s extremely clever, and is only one year away from finishing her medical degree. She’s cared for her mother until her death, and that has drained all her energy and all her savings. When the opportunity for a free vacation comes up, she jumps at the opportunity to accompany her childhood friend down to South America. She just didn’t count on it being quite the adventure it was. Hidden away in the cargo hold of the plane, she finds Tomassino, drugged and caged, being taken away to a secret island laboratory. Their escape is dramatic and fun, with a hint of the ridiculous that characterizes most of the romantic courtings in the ARGENEAU world. When they finally make it to civilization, they meet up with his twin Dante and a Mary, Dante’s new lifemate. The twins are identical, but the women do not have the same reaction to both, which was really interesting to read. When Abigail first sees Dante, she worries that she will have conflicting feelings, but as soon as Tomassino comes back, both Mary and her are pleased to find out that their attraction is very twin-specific. I was worried about that for a split second, too. Abigail is the hero in this book. She really takes the lead and saves the day in a big way. It was satisfying to see her keep her wits about her in desperate situations, and she kicked serious ass by the end of the book. I was hoping the storyline wouldn’t wrap up too quickly, and I’m so excited that it has only gotten more interesting and high stakes. We’re heading into Island of Dr Moreau territory and I love love love it!
Date published: 2016-10-07

Editorial Reviews

“IMMORTAL NIGHTS has everything fans of the Argeneau series have come to love: a smart heroine in an unexpected situation and a hero who is a drool-worthy mix of tender and courageous.”