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Immortal (Clare Point Series #3)

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  • Posted December 30, 2009

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    Disappointing

    I liked the couples from the previous books but all the relationships have fallen apart. I feel I wasted my time reading the books when 200 pages lead up to nothing. This book does the same thing. I would rather see what happened to Fia and Arlan than start another relationship that goes nowhere.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 20, 2012

    Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Michelle L. Olso

    Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Michelle L. Olson:

    CLARE POINT continues to keep me captivated and I find myself just wanting more!

    As one of the Celtic Immortal sect of Kahill vampires, each member has a responsibility to keep the human race safe. The way they chose to do this is by investigating, judging and if voted, executing human serial killers, rapists, pedophiles and other monsters.

    Fin Kahill is an integral member of this team. We meet Fin - Fia's younger brother and troubled bad boy Regan's twin - briefly in book #1 of the series. After Regan gets himself into some trouble during a mission, Fin is reeled back in and put on Regan babysitting duty back in Clare Point for the summer. He hates it, but makes the best of it by helping out his uncle Sean on the police force and keeping his family happy.

    Like most small beachside tourist towns, Clare Point is hopping during the summer. There are numerous humans visiting and lots of activity all over town. When young men start turning up dead all of a sudden, Fin takes over the lead on the investigation. While he's looking into the murders he runs into Elena, a gorgeous older Italian woman in Clare Point on holiday with her family. Fin knows he's not suppose to have anything to do with human females, but he feels an immediate connection to Elena and figures it's the least the town can do - look the other way - especially since he's being forced to do just about everything he doesn't want to be doing.

    As the murder mystery gets more and more involved, and blame gets shifted numerous times, Fin realizes that things aren't what they seem and Elena just might be in the middle of it all.

    The ending of this installment was very interesting and I loved the growth and development of the 'reborn' group of Kahills - those members who have just recently died and have been reborn as 16 year olds - during the story. I especially like the development and growth of Kaleigh, the sect's wisewoman. She's starting to come into her own and I'm finding that I love her character.

    The romance in this one was super steamy as well. Not that the other books were anything to sneeze at, but this one was great. I think maybe it's because I've always sort of had a thing for Fin, but it was just hot! :)

    I can't wait to see which Kahill we'll learn more about next, and I'm excited to see what exciting mysterious journey V.K takes us on in the future. This is definitely a new favorite series for me and I can't wait to keep reading.

    LITERAL ADDICTION gives Immortal 4 Skulls.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2012

    Didn't Do It For Me

    I liked the first two books in the series, but this one fell flat for me. To me it wasn't even a vampire book. They walked in the sun, and as one other reviewer mentioned, ate regular food. To me, it was just another mystery book instead of Sci Fi or Fantasy.

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  • Posted April 15, 2010

    Great new Read.

    A new twist on the paranormal genre. This is the author's 3rd book in her Clare Point Series. (Clare Point is the town which most of the stories take place.) I got hooked on the 1st book, Eternal and had to read all 3. The author writes great characters and has built up a really good storyline while the reader learns the background of the new otherworld community.
    I was very entertained by this author's story....Her take on the vampires having life cycles and being re-born when they reach old age was very interesting. I highly recommend this book. Start with Eternal and then go to Undying. Can't wait for the next book in the series to be released!

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  • Posted March 24, 2010

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    Good Book!

    This is a good book. The characters and the story line was great. I enjoyed the way this author shows vampires differently. I recommend this book!

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  • Posted October 1, 2009

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    This saga is one of the best vampire series on the market

    The Kahill Sept was cursed by God because they refused to give up their pagan ways, rejecting the message of Christianity given to them by St.Patrick. They said they will never give up teirpaganism and their lust for power and blood. God gave them what they deserved turning them into vampires who have a continuous life cycle. They die of old age only to return as fourteen years old three days later. When they came to the New World they were given a chance to repent and if they chose God and help guard humanity He would lift the curse.

    Now they live in Clare Point, Delaware where they watch over God's children; killing those monsters whom the authorities cannot touch. The human teen tourist Colin Meding is drained dry of blood by a female vampire after they had sex. Fin Kahill is spending the summer as a deputy and watching over his twin Regan, a recovering addict. He is trying to also solve the vampire murder while enjoying his relationship with visting tourist Elena Ruffino who with her family is in town on a vacationt. She is interested in Fin like he is with her. As more murders occur, Fin gets closer to uncovering the identity of the serial killer but also fears what he is learning about his beloved Italian soulmate.

    This saga is one of the best vampire series on the market as V.K. Forrest consistently provides super tales. The UNDYING Kahill clan repents their sins and God gives them a chance for ETERNAL redemption, but they must obey his commandments including thou shall not drink human blood. Someone is obviously breaking that commandment. Still the Kahill clan has hope; something none of their species typically have. Ironically as Fin dreams of dying and moving on to heaven, he also finds love on earth. With a terrific police procedural supernatural hunt and a wonderful apparently bittersweet romance, fans will want to rush into the IMMORTAL romantic fantasy realm of this terrific author.

    Harriet Klausner

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