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A gathering storm of violence is on the horizon. Whispered threats of the Acta Sanctorum’s return have the supernatural world abuzz. Only recently aware of the other world hidden behind our own, Kitara Vanders has barely scratched the surface of what being supernatural truly means. A special woman in her own right, she possesses unique telepathic abilities, gifts that have recently come under the scrutiny of the Acta Sanctorum, a fanatical organization whose mission is to cleanse the world of anything ...
A gathering storm of violence is on the horizon. Whispered threats of the Acta Sanctorum’s return have the supernatural world abuzz. Only recently aware of the other world hidden behind our own, Kitara Vanders has barely scratched the surface of what being supernatural truly means. A special woman in her own right, she possesses unique telepathic abilities, gifts that have recently come under the scrutiny of the Acta Sanctorum, a fanatical organization whose mission is to cleanse the world of anything supernatural. Targeted and marked for death, Kitara’s only hope lies with the lethally seductive yet emotionally scarred warrior Nicholas.
Knowing full well the atrocities of which the Acta Sanctorum is capable, Nicholas is all too eager for the battle to begin. Fueled by pain and rage from the loss of his mate, he’s itching for a fight, but one thing stands in his way: Kitara, a beautiful dark-haired woman with unique psychic abilities and an unusual link to the Saints. Despite his resolve to remain focused on his mission, a purely physical relationship binds them together in a way neither of them expected. And when her life hangs in the balance, Nicholas finds his own is teetering on the edge too.
Posted November 4, 2013
Dark Salvation is currently the final book in the Immortalis series and like Moonlight it is a companion novella and here Katie Salidas focuses on an individual member of the Peregrinus Clan, Nicholas. In the previous novels the reader has seen him as Lysander's second in command; as Alyssa's trainer; Rozaline's mate; Rozaline's grieving 'widower' and the sarcastic clan member. The plot-line of Dark Salvation allows Katie Salidas to explore all of Nicholas' characteristics further, and though I may have sympathised with and even admired him in earlier books, by the finish of this story I actually liked him and his humour (however dark!) made me smile!
Kitara is the influence on Nicholas' mood; a witch reluctant to admit her paranormal powers due to the fact her partner left her to join the Acta Sanctorum. Kitara and Nicholas immediately connect, as they both save each others life in the few days they know one another.
Although only a novella I loved the intensity of Dark Salvation; the fact that we finally see past Nicholas' hard exterior and Katie Salidas never forgets the action scenes!
I will miss my weekly dose of the Immortalis books! If you haven't read this series yet I definitely recommend them . . .
Posted May 15, 2013
Dark Salvation is the 6th in the Immortalis Vampire series, the story stands by itself but is in better context when read as part of the series.
Nicholas has been a vampire since before Brutus stabbed Cesar and having lost his mate doesn't feel like he has a whole lot of reason to go on.
Kitara has lost her man to the cult of the Saints, Acta Sanctorum, vampire hunters because she is a witch. She tracks him from Texas to Boston to try to reason with him. That's how she meets Nicholas.
Ms. Salidas gives us a fantastic look into what it must be like to be immortal. Dark Salvation is at time funny, suspenseful, steamy and even touching with the devotion in the face of loss that both Nicholas and Kitara face. The world created here has werewolves, vampires that are thousands of years old as well as newly turned vampires, witches and religious fanatics who's goal is to wipe out anything that is not 1oo% human.
I love the many personalities of the different vampire characters and that they hunt the bad people to suck dry. This is a fun and sexy read that you will enjoy alone or as part of the series.
I received this book in exchange for my honest review.
Posted April 3, 2013
Once again Katie has done a fabulous job with the newest book! Thank you for such a fantastic storyline Katie!! I discovered this entire series by accident and I haven't been able to put these books down! 5 stars for the whole series!! This lady has recently become a new favorite author for me!! You won't be disappointed!! Make sure to start with the first book and read the whole series it's worth it!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 21, 2014
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