By- H.K. Savage
Genre- YA/Paranormal Romantic Suspense
What if we knew how to live forever? Is any cost too great?
Ava Brandt has been plagued with indecision her entire life; her direction influenced by the people around her, not her heart. When a chance encounter with a stranger challenges everything she thought she remembered from her frightening past, she must confront hidden memories to survive.
Ben Pearson, descendant of a famous physician, is living proof of his ancestor’s miraculous discovery two hundred years ago. Through a combination of blood transfusions from unsuspecting donors, he uncovered his own fountain of youth. As an unwilling convert, Ben continues to fight for those who are dying; their murderers content to kill innocents to prolong their own lives, no matter the human cost.
Finally accepting the truth of her past and the dreams that have plagued her, Ava comes face to face with her fears. But just as she comes to terms with this new reality and new feelings for her ageless rescuer, she finds herself in the middle of a battle that has raged and claimed untold young lives for centuries.
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A thrilling read that flowed right off the pages and kept me hooked from the get go. I was expecting something a little different, but I was thoroughly intrigued by the “paranormal” element of this story and its immortal beings.
I enjoyed getting to know the characters and learning more about their condition. Ava and Ben’s relationship was interesting, and I was excited to see how it would develop, especially after the truth about Ava’s childhood was revealed.
This book was well paced, giving the reader enough time to get to know the characters before it became a race against evil, as the doctor and his goons played a game of cat and mouse with Ava and Ben. With plenty of exciting twists and turns that drew me in, I could not put this book down. It was a fascinating read with a uniqueness that was enthralling.
HK lives in the frozen hinterlands of the far North. The long, cold months provide ample opportunity to hunker down with her computer and create adventures far more enticing than scraping ice and getting frostbite.
Between books HK reads voraciously. Anything with a good plot and compelling characters are her broad parameters. One is as likely to catch her with a copy of Don Quixote as with the latest Kristen Ashley.
When not writing or wowing the corporate world by day, HK practices martial arts, plays with her dogs and matches wits with her teen. Next winter she intends to brush up on her Spanish and escape the cold for somewhere more tropical.