‘Code Name: Immortal’ is the third story in the Highlander Imagine series. It continues the adventure only a short time after ‘Beyond Infinity’ ends.
Duncan has taken a very powerful Quickening, from a very old Immortal in Central America. Now, he needs time to get it and himself under control. But for a man who is himself an Immortal, time isn’t a luxury that he has.
Tessa has just started a new job in Paris under the direction of an ancient Immortal priest who is now working as a library antiquity director. Soon she discovers that there is another Immortal working near her with a similar objective. This leaves the already stressed Duncan feeling a bit uneasy knowing that Tessa is working near an Immortal he’s never met. With demands on his attention pulling him in several directions all at once, even an Immortal’s strength of character can be strained to its limits.
When Annelise, Connor MacLeod’s latest girlfriend, suddenly appears on Duncan’s doorstep with a fantastic story of kidnapping, murder, and intrigue – all which seem to have Connor’s name attached to it somehow – Duncan is quick to act. While Tessa is plagued with doubts about what she has heard Annelise say, she is reluctant to stand in Duncan’s way when the life of his cousin may be at risk.
Duncan and Annelise board a train in Paris believing that it will be only a short ride before they reach their destination and unravel the mystery of Connor’s disappearance. But instead, their trip – on Europe’s most luxurious train – turns into the most deadly ride of their lives.
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For any Highlander fan this book is a must. And if you have read the first two of the Highlander Imagine Series, "For Love's Sake" and "Beyond Infinity", of which "Code Name Immortal" is the third, this book is doubly a must. Our favorite and main characters are in it again. Duncan, tessa, Conner, etc. All the love, adventure and excitement and intrigue continue. You want to clap when certain characters appear in the story and want to jut slap the ones you hate when they show up. LOL! I don't want to write a spoiler but suffice it to say much is explained and much is accomplished in this book. Like the mysterious Anneliese for example. As in the lives of most immortals, it delves into history, into the WWII era, the Nazis, etc and if you are a student of that era, it is all the more interesting. And when it ends, like me, you find yourself feeling like you just can not wait until book for come out.