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Immortal Unchained: An Argeneau Novel (An Argeneau Novel, 25) (edição: 2017)

de Lynsay Sands (Autor)

Séries: Argeneau Vampires (25)

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Ever since Domitian Argenis recognized Sarita as his life mate, he's been waiting for the perfect moment to claim her. Those fantasies did not include him being chained to a table in a secret lab or both of them being held hostage by a mad scientist. Sarita has seen some crazy things as a cop, but nothing to rival Domitian. A vampire? Seriously? But his healing ability, incredible powers, and their mind-blowing physical connection - none of it should be possible, yet her body knows differently. Now, not only do they have to save each other, but other innocent lives are at stake. Failure is not an option for Sarita intends that Domitian show her exactly what an eternity of pleasure feels like.… (mais)
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Título:Immortal Unchained: An Argeneau Novel (An Argeneau Novel, 25)
Autores:Lynsay Sands (Autor)
Informação:Avon (2017), 400 pages
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Immortal Unchained by Lyndsay sands is not the first book I have read in the Argeneau series. so with that in mind, I will be weighing this story merits based on previous instalments of this fascinating series.

Well, first things first, This tale is told from two viewpoints, our heroine Sarita and our hot Vampire Domitian, I'm assuming that the reader is familiar with this series and life-mates but if not for the Argeneau virgins here's a brief explanation.
There's a life-mate for each vampire and the ability to recognise them comes from being unable to read or control their future life partner.
The vampires are originally from Atlantas.
it's the advanced technology with nano's that repair their bodies, that make them practically immortal, it's these nano's that need the extra blood.
You can only turn one person, so this is usually reserved for the life-mate.
so now that's out of the way lets get back to this book,
Immortal Unchained is book number 25 in this series it features the above two characters I mentioned before Sarita who is a cop and Domitian who after numerous occupations over his many years is now a chef.
Both end up stranded on an island after being lured there by Dr Dressler who seems very insane, so the mad scientist label would definitely be a fit.
Now all the action takes part on the small island our two lovebirds are stranded on and also a bigger one where the mad doctor has been running his diabolical unethical experiments from.
I really don't want to give too much away so will just say what I think
of the overall plotline.
This wasn't my favourite of Miss Sands books but was still a great read,
it was fast paced, the writing flowed and the action between our two mains well let's just say it was sizzling hot.
We get to meet previous characters from earlier books which was really nice, we also get a conclusion which while very satisfying also had an open-ended finish which paves the way for future releases.
so in conclusion, while not being my number one read of this author this is still a worthy offering of Argeneau yumminess that is well worth a read.
I received an e-copy free of this book from Netgalley and this is my own honest opinion.

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  carpathian1974 | Nov 7, 2019 |
Immortal Unchained by Lyndsay sands is not the first book I have read in the Argeneau series. so with that in mind, I will be weighing this story merits based on previous instalments of this fascinating series.

Well, first things first, This tale is told from two viewpoints, our heroine Sarita and our hot Vampire Domitian, I'm assuming that the reader is familiar with this series and life-mates but if not for the Argeneau virgins here's a brief explanation.
There's a life-mate for each vampire and the ability to recognise them comes from being unable to read or control their future life partner.
The vampires are originally from Atlantas.
it's the advanced technology with nano's that repair their bodies, that make them practically immortal, it's these nano's that need the extra blood.
You can only turn one person, so this is usually reserved for the life-mate.
so now that's out of the way lets get back to this book,
Immortal Unchained is book number 25 in this series it features the above two characters I mentioned before Sarita who is a cop and Domitian who after numerous occupations over his many years is now a chef.
Both end up stranded on an island after being lured there by Dr Dressler who seems very insane, so the mad scientist label would definitely be a fit.
Now all the action takes part on the small island our two lovebirds are stranded on and also a bigger one where the mad doctor has been running his diabolical unethical experiments from.
I really don't want to give too much away so will just say what I think
of the overall plotline.
This wasn't my favourite of Miss Sands books but was still a great read,
it was fast paced, the writing flowed and the action between our two mains well let's just say it was sizzling hot.
We get to meet previous characters from earlier books which was really nice, we also get a conclusion which while very satisfying also had an open-ended finish which paves the way for future releases.
so in conclusion, while not being my number one read of this author this is still a worthy offering of Argeneau yumminess that is well worth a read.
I received an e-copy free of this book from Netgalley and this is my own honest opinion.

https://www.beckiebookworm.com/
https://www.facebook.com/beckiebookworm/ ( )
  carpathian1974 | Nov 7, 2019 |
Domitian is a chef from Venezuela, he signs on to help the hunters find the doctor who is kidnapping immortals and now has his life mate. Sarita is a cop from Canada who is tricked to the doctor's island, so the doctor can study life mates. Domitian discovered her when she was thirteen and has been waiting from afar for her to grow and mature before claiming her. The doctor throws these two on a deserted island, in a honeymoon house filled with cameras. Some events didn't work for me, I couldn't suspend disbelief and it colored the story unfavorably for me.
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  wyldheartreads | Jun 20, 2019 |
Immortal Unchained
Argeneau, Book 25

I Picked Up This Book Because: Continue the series.

The Characters:

Sarita Reyes :
Domitian Argenis:
Dr. Dressler, Thorn, Abuela, Mrs Dressler

The Story:

I’m in a less than enthusiastic mood today meaning the shortness of my review is in no way a reflection on the book. I just don’t have the umph to gush.

I quite enjoyed this book. Domitian is a dream life mate. Does he have a brother? Sartia is spitfire who reminds me of my own stubborn nature. Dr Dressler is one of the most despicable villains. I want to rail about some of his grievances however I don’t want to give anything away.

The Random Thoughts:

4 Stars ( )
  bookjunkie57 | Nov 19, 2018 |
Though Sarita has never actually met her grandmother in person, the two have been exchanging letters since she was thirteen years old. When Sarita gets word that her grandmother has taken a bad fall and may be gravely injured, she is quick to book a vacation and head to Venezuela in the hope of comforting her Abuela. What Sarita didn't count on is being kidnapped by a mad scientist intent on learning the secrets of the immortals in order to become one himself.

Domitian has done many things in long life but Lucian refuses his help to investigate the missing immortals. Domitian does what he can; preparing food as the expert chef that he has become in the last ten years. When his life mate Sarita becomes involved, Domitian knows that he can no longer sit on the sidelines to please his uncle because a life mate is too much to risk. Unfortunately for Domitian, he quickly finds out that he has not been as circumspect with his identity as he had previously believed and quickly joins the ranks of the missing and kidnapped immortals. Domitian knows that he has to find a way to keep his life mate safe and somehow thwart the plans of the evil scientist.

From the beginning of this series, Sands has used the concept of life mates as a tool to justify the insta love that has become a mandatory part of the paranormal romance genre. For the most part it is an effective tool, particularly because unlike many series, Sands ensures that her female love interests are all grown adults, with some sense of the world and independent identity. In Unchained Immortal however, Sands has Domitian discover Sarita when she is only a thirteen year old girl. Yes, it's as gross as you think it is. Domitian however decides to do the noble thing (please feel free to role your eyes) and wait until Sarita has reached adulthood and worked at least two years in her chosen profession before inserting himself in her life and wooing her. In the meantime, to ensure that he doesn't lose contact with her, Domitian hires a private detective to follow Sarita around for 15 years and send him back monthly reports on her progress. Domitian actually thinks that he is a moral and decent person for waiting and other yhan a few moments of brief discomfort, Sarita quickly lets him off the hook for this epic invasion of her personal life.

I really liked Sarita's initial determination that she would not be a tool and made it clear to Domitian that there would be "no sexo". Unfortunately, that is when the life mate nonsense kicked in and Sarita threw herself at Domitian. Can we just have one female protagonist who sticks to their guns on this note for more than half a page? It certainly isn't helped by the fact that from almost the very moment Domitian lays eyes on Sarita, he begins sexualising her. His inner thoughts are all about her breasts and everything that he wants to do to her and only chastises himself because he has a life mate and at that particular moment didn't realise that Sarita is his life mate. Domitian even goes as far as to fantasize about having two life mates at once. Even when Domitian agrees to Sarita's "no sexo", he decides instead to invade her mind and send images of himself pleasuring her directly into her mind knowing that because of the life mate bond that she would then want to have sex. How is this not only a violation and abject manipulation?

I don't really feel as though we got to know Sarita in this book very much. We know that she's a cop and joined law enforcement because she wanted to help people. We also know that her mother was murdered and kidnapped and that this is why her father moved her to Canada and put her in martial arts training. All around Sarita are women who have become victims of some sort, even Sarita herself considering that she was tricked into coming to Venezuela and then kidnapped. What we know is that women in Sarita's family have been victimised but we hardly know anything about Sarita herself; she's barely a cardboard cut out. Even admitting her love for Domitian is stripped from her and she is informed by Eshe that she is just being silly and holding onto moral conventions by wanting to wait until she has a good handle on what is going on. Please keep in mind that Sarita has been kidnapped, witnessed horrible abuse and turned against her will. What is so wrong in that situation about wanting to get a handle on a situation before admitting to loving a man who has been stalking her since she was a thirteen year old girl? Sands really did Sarita a disservice in this book.

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Ever since Domitian Argenis recognized Sarita as his life mate, he's been waiting for the perfect moment to claim her. Those fantasies did not include him being chained to a table in a secret lab or both of them being held hostage by a mad scientist. Sarita has seen some crazy things as a cop, but nothing to rival Domitian. A vampire? Seriously? But his healing ability, incredible powers, and their mind-blowing physical connection - none of it should be possible, yet her body knows differently. Now, not only do they have to save each other, but other innocent lives are at stake. Failure is not an option for Sarita intends that Domitian show her exactly what an eternity of pleasure feels like.

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