Review: Love Immortal by Felicity Heaton

Rescued from werewolves by the most breathtaking man she’s ever seen, Lauren is dragged into the fight of her life and a dark world she never knew existed. There, she discovers that she’s the latest reincarnation of a goddess and must drink the blood of her immortal protector, Julian, in order to reawaken and continue her three thousand year old mission to defeat Lycaon, the original werewolf.
With the help of Julian and an organisation of people with supernatural abilities, Lauren fights for her life, their future and the fate of mankind against Lycaon and his deadly army, but can she succeed when Lycaon has killed all of her predecessors?
Can she crack the armour around Julian’s heart and seize her happily forever after with him? And can Julian bring himself to trust Lauren with the fragments of his heart after everything he’s been through?

I will start off by saying this was a brilliant storyline! Mrs. Heaton’s writing style is easy to read and flows beautifully. Her words paint vivid scenes and made me feel like I was there in the world she created. The main characters stood out. They are created with human flaws and are relatable. The battle scenes were engaging and written smoothly. And the love scenes…ohh-lala.

What made this a difficult read for me, was the pace of the story and the repetitiveness. Some chapters were really slow and did nothing to move the story forward. It started out with a sense of urgency then dwindled to leisure walk in the park.

This doesn’t draw me away from Mrs. Heaton’s books. I will definitely read more of her work in the near future, but this one lacked a steady pace for me.

I give Love Immortal 3 1/2 dragon hearts.

Click here to purchase Love Immortal from Amazon (Also available in print)

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