Book #24, Immortal Nights, receives Rave Reviews!

The second Notte twin, Tomasso, is about to be lucky in love...or is he? Like Dante, Tomasso begins his story buck naked and has no choice but to remain that way for quite a bit of his story.
Abigail needs a vacation and is on the plane en route to start it when she finds a fellow travellor drugged and trapped in a cage in the cargo hold. Abigail willingly helps the stark naked, gorgeous stranger escape his kidnappers but she never thought she'd have to go on the run with him...

Immortal Nights Receives Rave Reviews...

Average 4.57 star rating on Goodreads!

There are so many great things to say about Immortal Nights! New and old fans alike will be pleased with what Abigail and Tomasso’s story brings to the 24th book in the Argeneau series. There is no slow start, instead the book immediately begins with action, heartache and lust. But once Abigail realizes that her new adventure (that was supposed to give her a break from her pain) is going downhill, you’re left wondering, “How will they unravel themselves from this mess?” While the mystery of why the kidnappers want Tomasso and the resulting danger is somewhat pushed to the background because of the romance, it was very cute and steamy. You easily become riveted to the romance between them as they get closer and closer together because of how different Abigail is from other romance genre heroines. This is not a story any fans of Sands, or those who are looking for an entertaining and satisfying paranormal read, will want to miss.-RT Book Reviews, 4.5 stars top Pick!

"Immortal Nights is yet another entertaining winner in Lynsay Sands paranormal Argeneaus series. In fact it's one of my favorites in this stellar series. There was plenty of romance, humor and mystery that was needed to keep me completely captivated throughout this wonderful story.
Lynsay Sands continued the already established Immortal kidnapping thread in this book. This time it was Tomasso who gets rescued by his life mate, Abigail. As usual, the author charmed the reader with a grand adventure and an entertaining plot.
Immortal Nights was a great read for me. I enjoyed every page and can't wait for the next book in the series, as I suspect it may be a new character who was introduced in this book. I think that other longtime fans will love it as well. If you crave adventure and romance as much as I then this book will most certainly capture your attention until the end." Score: 4.5 / 5 - Reviewer Top Pick by Debra Taylor @ NightOwlReviews.com

Immortal Nights was a great way to follow Runaway Vampire, Sands' last book. The two take place at roughly the same time, each following one of the Notte twins as they escape from their kidnappers and find their life mates along the way. Because the Nottes are known for not speaking much, before their books it was hard to get a read on their characters, so we were discovering almost everything about Tomasso right along with Abigail. Who knew the man was a closet geek? Abigail is a great character- strong despite having gone through so much, with a fun way of thinking about life. Her mental ramblings were tons of fun to follow. This was a fun new book in a great series. Lynsay Sands doesn't let her readers down! Score 5 / 5 by reviewer Anne Morgan from BookWyrmReader.blogspot.ca.

Ms. Sands is heading down the road of gritty and suspenseful storytelling if Immortal Nights is anything to go by. I am sure most fans who read that part are going to agree. This series just got an injection of freshness and drama. I can't wait to see what Ms. Sands does next but Immortal Nights was a great intro and is not to be missed.
Score 4.5 / 5 by Xeranthemum @ LongAndShortReviews.com.

Immortal Nights moves the bigger story of the Argeneau series forward. We are getting closer to the island research center and the dastardly people behind the kidnapped immortals. As the immortal vamps are wont to do, Tomasso and Abs move their relationship along at warp speed but that’s what you have to do when your life mate’s life is hanging in the balance! Immortal Nights is fun read for series veterans with several old characters making appearances and hints thrown out for future characters I know we will love…pay attention to Jet! You’ll get the humor, danger and suspense as well as mind blowing sexy times in this installment of the Argenaeu series. Reviewed by Scandal at HeroesAndHeartbreakers.com.

Lynsay Sands keeps her long-running “Argeneau” series fresh with her latest title. Her heroine is likeable, and an appealing sense of humor is threaded throughout. Readers will enjoy this adventure. Given 4.5 stars by Heather Nordahl Files at AffaireDeCoeur.com.

Though packing in plenty of suspense, Immortal Nights isn’t without Sands’ typical dash of humor. 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. Reviewed by Amanda at BookPage.com.

Although the Argeneau Vampire books are known for their suspense and intrigue, this novel is focused more on lengthy bonding scenes between Tommasso and Abigail—in a romantic beach setting, no less—after they jump from the plane and find safety, of course. The romantic scenes are hot and heavy, and quite plentiful. Reviewed by Tara Sonin at BarnesAndNoble.com.

Two dozen Argeneau books already! Book 24 follows the kidnapped Tomasso Notte, the first half of the story runs parallel with the Dante and Mary’s story, but soon Dante and Mary along with Lucien and Justin join the fun too. Like with the last book so much happens it’s hard to tell which to pick to talk about without spoiling too much of the book. The main character, Abigail Forsythe, I really like her. She is intelligent, quick witted, and she is definitely very caring. Tomasso is a closet geek, I love it. Lynsay Sands as usual has an entertaining plot, a sexy romance, action, and humor. Also a new character, and hopefully a soon to be life mate for some lucky immortal, Jethro. Jet is Abigail’s best friend/brother she never had and it all starts because of him. Overall, this was another great Argeneau novel. Tomasso and Abigail are great, so sultry and dirty. Abigail has such a dirty mind. The end hinted at a bunch more stuff that really makes me excited for what’s going to happen next. By Hannah at RamblingsFromThisChick.blogspot.ca.

I love Lynsay Sands books. The romance is guaranteed to be passionate and hot, the guy is always drop-dead handsome and charismatic, and there is always a bit of humor. Abigail's character was amusing. I generally liked her. Tomasso was as handsome as his exotic name. Their relationship is a slow burn with random climaxes throughout the book. The author really developed their relationship well. I thought it was cute how much Tomasso came to care for Abigail and how she fussed over him, too. The plot was well-executed and will keep the reader interested. The love scenes, though a bit unrealistic, were well-written and exciting. 4 stars by Krystal at livetoread-krystal.blogspot.ca.

If you’re already a fan of the Argeneau series then I don’t have to tell you why you should read IMMORTAL NIGHTS by Lynsay Sands. If however, you haven’t, even though I’ve begged you over the years, dipped your toes into this fun, action-filled, humorous, sexy, and totally escapist paranormal yet not really paranormal series—what are you waiting for? I highly recommend IMMORTAL NIGHTS, book 24 in the Argeneau series by Lynsay Sands, not because it’s extraordinary but because it’s just pure fun. Dante is still my favorite of the twins but I wouldn’t kick Tomasso out of bed for eating crackers either. Read it! And then go back, and indulge in any of the others too. The best part of this series is that you can pretty much pick up any of the books and start reading…Lynsay is always so good at filling in the holes. Another recommended read by Amy at UnwrappingRomance.blogspot.ca.

Lynsay Sands has one of the greatest explanations for vampirism (or immortals in this case) that I have ever come across and I love telling fellow romance readers about her! I got to read Dante’s and Tomasso’s books back to back and Tomasso may be my favorite of the twins. Reviewed by Nalla at NallaReads.com.

IMMORTAL NIGHTS is a sweet, charming, sensual story, with plenty of action and drama. In the romance world, which is filled to the brim with domineering jerks, how lovely to have a hero who's a real gentleman, even though he does sport fangs! Paranormal romance fans, rejoice: Lynsay Sands is far from done! The ending implies that we can look forward to more exciting and creative offerings from this brilliant author, and I could not be happier! Reviewed Monique Daoust at FreshFiction.com.

When it comes to fun and flirty paranormal stories, no one does it better than Lynsay Sands. Even though with IMMORTAL NIGHTS we are now on book twenty-four in thee series, she manages to keep things fresh and readers engaged. And with the aforementioned new characters coming onto the scene, I think Sands is going to have enough material to keep readers happy for many years to come. Reviewed by Rosie Bindra at FreshFiction.com.

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