Title: The Immortals
Series: The Immortal Brotherhood #1
Author’s Name: Alesha Escobar
Publisher: Creative Alchemy, Inc.
Page Count: 170 Pages
Author or Book Website: https://www.aleshaescobar.com/
Link to Amazon purchase page: The Immortals
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Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Raina Black steals treasures from warlords, spies on governments and corporations, and sleeps like a baby at night. But after a particularly rough job where she inexplicably wakes up in a tomb in Cairo, things get weird.
First, Noah Mason, a man she swears she saw die, approaches her, claiming to be a demon hunter. Then, Noah insists she must fulfill her family legacy by helping him restore the Immortal Brotherhood…before all hell breaks loose.
But Raina wants no part of it. Going up against dark supernatural forces is above her pay grade. However, when the promise of a cure for her terminally ill sister hangs in the balance, Raina decides that the Immortal Brotherhood could solve her problems.
Between dodging bounty hunters, non-sparkly vampires, and Noah Mason’s smoldering gaze, Raina has to use her skill and wit to pull off the most dangerous job she’s ever taken on.
THE IMMORTALS is the first book of the Immortal Brotherhood series by bestselling author of The Gray Tower Trilogy Alesha Escobar and award-winning author H.M. Jones. Grab your copy today!
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. There was definitely a lot going on in this books. I enjoyed the story but I did find at times that I had to go back and re-read some part of to make sure I did not miss something. Raina is a agent/thief who is kind out for herself. Then she wakes up in tomb and has to deal with a request to bring back a secret society. She is not on board with any of this craziness until she is made an offer she can’t turn down. This flips her world all around and she has to keep her wits about her if she wants to survive this.
My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars