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Book Review: Immortalis: Hunters & Prey by Katie Salidas

, by Mystee



Book Description

 November 23, 2010
The exciting sequel to Immortalis Carpe Noctem.

Rule number one: humans and vampires don't co-exist. One is the hunter and one is the prey. Simple, right? Not for newly-turned vampire Alyssa. A surprise confrontation with Santino Vitale, the Acta Sanctorum's most fearsome hunter, sends her fleeing back to the world she once knew, and Fallon, the human friend she's missed more than anything. Now she has some explaining to do. However, that will have to wait. With the Acta Sanctorum hot on their heels, staying alive is more important than educating a human on the finer points of bloodlust. 

Product Details

  • File Size: 532 KB
  • Print Length: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Rising Sign Books, LLC. (November 23, 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004DNWEGS


Rating: 4/5

Review: This is book 2 in this series by Katie Salidas. And this book was a great follow up on the first. So often there's something missing in many series books...they never seem to be as good as the very first one. This is not the case with Immortalis.

Like the first book, this was another I couldn't put down. It made for perfect weekend reading for me {book 1 was Friday night and book 2 was Saturday night -- and yes, I need to get a life and quit always being in on the weekends}.
What I really liked about Alyssa's character is that she chooses her victims *wisely*.  She chooses only people who have harmed others.
This is a terrific second book in this series that allows you to continue to get to know the characters you met in book 1 and continue to watch Alyssa's adjustment to being a Vampire.

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