Immortal Heart

Immortal Heart

by Inger Iversen

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ISBN-13: 9781482732863
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/23/2013
Pages: 262
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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Immortal Heart 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Forna More than 1 year ago
I should have read this first!! Kale might have been my fav character from the book, but even though Alex isnt in this book I still love and miss him!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
GOOD BOOK. I read the first series, but Sola is not in it :(
JennaBear00 More than 1 year ago
I'm loving this series. Kale's dark and deadly and then there is Deacon cop who is looking for missing girls while learning what its like to be Chory. I was a little worried about the relationship between Sola and Kale, but I like how it played out. This prequel leads up to the fight in the front yard of few are angels where Kale meets and Ella and the rest is history.
grandmareads102 More than 1 year ago
Kale travels to California to help his friend, Deacon who is a police officer with the Hammerhead PD. Both men lead double lives. They don't want people to know they are Chory (the first stage of vampirism). Even though the Council and Laurent are hunting him, Kale wants to help his friend. Their investigation takes them to Jesper Ship Yards and to Tony Moore who is the company's accountant. He is actually involved in drugs and the trafficking of human blood. While undercover at the Ship Yard, Kale meets Sola James, daughter of one of the owners. Kale and Sola bond and a close friendship develops. Young women are disappearing and Sola is kidnapped by the gang. Can these women be saved? Immortal Hearts is a spellbinding story filled with action and adventure. Once I started reading, I couldn't put the book down. It was that good. Kale and Deacon are strong characters who accept their limitations and try to make life better. Sola is a complex lady. She is beautiful, hardworking and determined to be her own person. She and Kale have a strong relationship. They support and trust each other. She understands that he must search for his soul mate, Helene, and she wishes him the best. The end of this story is yet to come. I can't wait.
Chanzie More than 1 year ago
I have been excited to read this book since I finished Few Are Angels a while ago and when it won Book of the Month I was sooooo excited all over again!! Inger even helped gain some votes and support on the poll after I tweeted her - I just love it when an author joins in the fun!! My Review: One of the small things I loved about this book is that there is a song picked out at the beginning of every chapter. I only figured it by chapter 4 when I saw Florence & the Machine, as I was not familiar with the first few choices or bands - I thought they might be quotes or something. This little addition gives it a nice feel for the chapter.  Inger has a beautiful way with weaving together a story, it didn't take me long to be swept away.  Characters & Story line: 4/5 This prequel is more of Kale's story than of Kale and Helene/Ella. I really missed Ella's presence. As much as I enjoyed getting to know Kale, meeting Deacon and Sola - I loved Ella's character in Few Are Angels.  Kale - I love Kale's intensity. He is a bit of a tortured hero in this series but I love how Inger showed us his weaknesses as well. There are parts that really made my heart ache. Getting to know Kale is a beautiful story.  Deacon - Deacon is like the younger brother who is trying to tame his wild chory ways. Kale is so protective of him. I enjoyed his character and was so happy when Kale let him and Sola a little bit closer.  Sola - I was not too sure of Sola in the beginning. I liked her but she really grows on you throughout the story. I love her name and she really creeps into your heart. Sola is a beuatiful character and I hope we see her again in future books.  Plot, Pace, Writing style: 4/5   The plot jumps a bit between 1900 & 2010. Inger's writing style is so easy to follow and she slowly builds up intensity and creates intrigue. The pace was moderate. I enjoyed how Inger weaved in the meaning of the title Immortal heart and revealed the beautiy of it. It was such a touching moment in the story for me. The ending was ok for me, it gave closure. I really need to go re-read Few Are Angels to truly appreciate the significance of this book. Cover talk: 5/5 I loved the cover. It is eye catching and sets the mood for the book beautifully. Final Thoughts:   Although I prefer Few are Angels, Immortal Heart lays some good groundwork and you get to know Kale in a difference light.