Title: The Immortal Twin
Series: The Immortal Twin
Author’s Name: D. B. Woodling
Publisher: Camcat Books
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 304 Page
Author or Book Website: D. B. Woodling, Author – Home D. B. Woodling’s website
Link to Amazon purchase page: Amazon.com: The Immortal Twin: A Paranormal Romance: Woodling, D B: Books
Link to Goodreads: The Immortal Twin by D.B. Woodling | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Celeste Torok and her twin brother Nick could not be more different. Celeste is as introverted as Nick is charismatic. There is one thing, though, they have in common: they are mortal. Their immortal adoptive parents made sure of that.
When Nick’s rebellious ways place Celeste in danger, she is forced to seek safety in the Midwest. As if the familial alienation isn’t enough, she’s tormented by her forbidden desire for Tristan, the supreme warrior of her parents’ coalition, the Realm. With her future uncertain and her past shattered, she follows in her biological father’s footsteps and joins law enforcement.
As lead investigator on several bizarre child abduction cases, Celeste soon discovers that bullets and modern weaponry will not stop these criminals, and that a war is brewing between the Realm and renegade vampires. Celeste joins Tristan, her parents, and the rest of The Realm to destroy the renegade vampires once and for all.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have always been a fan of vampire and paranormal romance. There is a lot to love about this story. The vampire are so well done that they blend into the world so perfectly. Celeste and her brother Nick are amazing and everything I love about twins. Tristian is interesting, but I still have a few questions about him. The family dynamics are a bit crazy since the twins are mortal and the rest of the family is not. This was a story I did not even know I wanted until I read it. I want to read more by this author for I love the way the story just flowed along.
My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars