I just finished Lynsay Sands' new book the other night and it was fantastic. The Immortal Hunter stars Decker Argeneau Pimms, the son of Martine. It takes up a day after where the last book, The Rogue Hunter, ended. And this time, the story is much darker.
Decker's on the trail of a really nasty bad guy, and I mean really nasty. He ends up saving a young woman named Dani who turns out to be his lifemate. But she's not making it easy. She doesn't trust Decker or his friends and only stays because her younger sister is still in the clutches of the bad vamp.
The Immortal Hunter reveals some not known secrets about the Argeneau family tree and introduces us to an Argeneau who hasn't been talked about in a long time. Nicholas Argeneau is the black sheep of the family, a member who went rogue. He'll also be the main character in the next book coming out in September. The Immortal Hunter also starts to go into the original experiments that led to the creation of the immortals in the first place, and what happened to those first few unsuccessful attempts at nanotechnology.
The Immortal Hunter is sensational. A lot of our favorites from the previous books show up and even a couple new characters. The Immortal Hunter by Lynsay Sands is out now and is totally worth reading. The story is darker as many of the books that reveal family secrets are, but it's still full of Lynsay's traditional sense of humor. The Immortal Hunter is an amazing read.