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The Gathering

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2014

    Fun book. Recommended.

    This is apparently the fourth in a series of five books about the Immortal Warriors. Jennifer Ashley wrote books one, four and five and these are the ones i read. The IW's are brothers, sons of goddesses and fighr evil. One brother, Tain, has been taken by a powerful demon and here in book four they all gather to save him. This story, however, is Hunter's, and he is a charming character with a pet lion. What more could you want? Action, adventure and romance.

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  • Posted September 21, 2014

    Hunter, an Immortal Warrior whose mother is Kali, is magically t

    Hunter, an Immortal Warrior whose mother is Kali, is magically taken to an island outside of Los Angeles into lion's cage. Mukasa, a lion, abused by his previous owner likes Hunter alot. Leda Stowe, a witch who used Death Magic to save someone she loved, cast out of Coven of Light by her actions. Leda leads solitary life taking care of abused animals until Hunter lands on the island. A spell called The Calling jerks Hunter from his bed play learns that Life Magic is fading from the Earth while Death Magic is gaining ground. Hunter learns that he could care for Leda very much but is unwilling to put himself into that position again. Hunter learns from Kali that the world needs his help and needs to make a difficult choice as well. Leda won't be forced into inaction by anyone especially Hunter. Will Hunter learn the truth about Tain? Can Hunter admit his feelings? Will Leda accept life as is or move to action? Your answers await you in The Gathering.




    I wasn't sure what to expect from this book. Yet I was pleasantly surprised by depth and dimension. The Immortals Series continues to offer up new and interesting stories that are compelling and page turners too. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series. 

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