A refreshing and exciting tale on immortal adventures is a rarity in this day and age. With the works of big-name authors like Bram Stoker and Anne Rice creating such a magnetic draw to the vampiric and immortal phenomena, occult classics have lived on for generations; originality has been hard to come by for a good many years. The traditional vampire, or immortal, “rules” are no longer considered the official guidelines, and authors allow themselves free reign regarding how their immortals transform, eat, mate, interact, survive, and die. This shedding of the “rules” by authors has made many readers skeptical when approaching such novels. There's just something appealing about the original strictures of immortal behaviors and limitations that
has turned many interested readers into devoted fans.
Adam has watched Maya for days, following her undetected while she does her thing around L.A. and ends up at some Vamp bar where humans
are the choice drink on the menu. But she is what he needs, and Adam will do whatever it takes to get her, even if it means giving up some blood for the cause. Maya
is making a name for herself by killing immortals and saving humans, a most un-vampirish thing to do. In addition, her link to the born master Nassor makes her the only vampire Adam can use to save his niece.
Unexpectedly, the sexual tension between Maya and Adam ignites. For Adam, the thought of such an attraction is mind-boggling, considering what Maya is and who he is. A romantic attachment
was the furthest thing from his mind when pursuing her for the hunt of his niece; his body,
however, seems to have a mind of its own.
As Adam and Maya set out to find the crypt in which Nassor will be reawakening from, their troubles escalate with the presence of other immortals. Lucas, the alpha male of his pack, is out to find both Maya and Nassor as well. With a pack of werewolves and an angry house of vampires against them, how will Adam and Maya get through to his niece? If they do succeed in getting to her, what is the likelihood that they will be able to get her out alive and in one piece? Maya
isn't sure that she'll be able to do the job and save the two humans paying her to do it, but fortunately, Adam has a big secret that is over a thousand years old and far more deadly than anything Maya can bring. With combined resources, success is possible
- if everyone keeps their heads squared on.
Eden presents an original and highly entertaining immortal occult romance novel. Superb writing, interesting characters, and phenomenal creativity
make a winner out of this one. Immortal Danger brings to life a fabulous range of key players unlike most seen in the traditional vampire and werewolf scenarios. While Rice is the queen of the vampire novels and Jeaniene Frost is up-and-coming with her Night Huntress series, Eden
is proving that she has what it takes to stand with the best of them. Hopefully Immortal Danger will not be the only book to feature Maya and Adam; two unique and highly entertaining immortal protagonists worthy of a series of their own.