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My Link in Time (The Immortal Ones - Book Two)
     

My Link in Time (The Immortal Ones - Book Two)

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by S.L. Baum
 

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Girl meets boy, falls in love, becomes engaged, and walks down the aisle. Oh, if only life were that simple. When an Immortal girl meets a Mortal boy, life is a little more complicated.

When Charity accepted Lincoln's marriage proposal, she thought they could handle anything that came their way... Link’s newly acquired lust for blood became the first

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Girl meets boy, falls in love, becomes engaged, and walks down the aisle. Oh, if only life were that simple. When an Immortal girl meets a Mortal boy, life is a little more complicated.

When Charity accepted Lincoln's marriage proposal, she thought they could handle anything that came their way... Link’s newly acquired lust for blood became the first problem to tackle... saying “I do” came next.

Is a no fuss wedding in Las Vegas too much to ask? It seems so when a Witch from their past is not what she seems, mortal friends from Telluride become thorns in their sides, and staying alive is harder than Charity has ever imagined it would be. What is an Immortal girl to do?

The Immortal Ones:
A Chance for Charity
My Link in Time
Of Fire and Brimstone
Our Summer of Discontent

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012397959
Publisher:
S.L. Baum
Publication date:
03/24/2011
Series:
The Immortal Ones
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
226
Sales rank:
289,859
File size:
241 KB

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My Link in Time (The Immortal Ones) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
BigAl70 More than 1 year ago
If you told me before I got my Kindle that soon I'd be reading YA paranormal books and enjoying them, I'd have laughed in your face. Glittery vampires aren't my thing. But with my Kindle I found myself making a conscious effort in branching out, trying genres I'd avoided in the past. What I found is I did enjoy some of those books I wouldn't have given a second glance in the bookstore. This series has been among my favorites in this genre. Analyzing why has been an interesting exercise. My first thought was, "because it's a light read." But is it really? Yes, the target audience is less than half my age, but their reading ability isn't that much different. Maybe it is lighter than books full of adult themes and language? For language, that would be true. However, Charity and her extended family deal with plenty of life and death situations; Much more serious than my typical day. Yet, because these are in the realm of fantasy, I think it's easy to feel the intensity (a good read needs some conflict) without it feeling as real as a storyline that could actually happen in real life. But unlike the actual fantasy genre paranormal characters are often enough like me and operating in the same world as I am, so I can more easily relate to their stories. The reasons I like this series, specifically, are easier to nail down. The character of Charity is very likeable. Her unique situation of being "older and wiser" yet having to fit in with the high school crowd is an interesting conflict. The dichotomy between having concerns that are often much different than her apparent peers and sometimes not provides plenty of interesting situations. Link's adaptation to life as a part vampire living and interacting with a group of other paranormals also makes for a good story and should continue doing so as the series progresses. With "My Link in Time," Baum has taken a situation prone to stress in anyone's life, a wedding, and cranked up the intensity. Charity and Link experience plenty of conflict while trying to make it to their "fuss free" wedding. It makes for an enjoyable and intense read while still allowing the reader to ignore the "real world." On some days, that's the perfect book. **Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog.**
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This was like the best book ive ever read. If you hvent read any of S.L Baum than your missing out..... so go buy here books!!!!! THERE REALLY GOOD!!!!!!!!:)
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Liked it