My Lord Immortality

My Lord Immortality

by Alexandra Ivy
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My Lord Immortality by Alexandra Ivy

In this mesmerizing tale from the author of the Guardians of Eternity series, a traitorous vampire is determined to destroy the Veil that has long separated vampires from human blood—and the passions it ignites. Only the Immortal Rogues, three vampires charged to protect their kind, can hope to stop his deadly rampage. . .

Amelia Hadwell has no time for London's nightlife. Not when her beloved brother's odd ways have their family threatening to institutionalize him. And not when she is questioning her own sanity after being confronted by a murderous shadow creature—then being saved by a captivating stranger, a man who belongs to a world she cannot imagine.

Reserved and scholarly, Sebastian St. Ives has been content without human desires—until they are reawakened by the delicate, brave Amelia, whom he is meant to protect. For the young woman has no idea she possesses the key to a ravenous vampire's dark victory. Now Sebastian must shield her from both a killer and his own growing attraction—or bond with her completely, and forever. . .

Praise for My Lord Vampire

"The romantic dynamic is smoldering and the seduction focuses on compelling trust, increasing the appeal." –Publishers Weekly

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781420122725
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 12/24/2012
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 4.36(w) x 6.62(h) x 0.87(d)

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My Lord Immortality 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
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TSteiner More than 1 year ago
My Lord Immortality wraps up the Immortal Rogues trilogy very well. In the final chapter of this trilogy we meet Amelia and Sebastian.  Amelia is an amazing woman that has decided to take a different road than the expected.  Rather than marry well and live the society life, she decides to take care of her mentally challenged brother.  She leaves the life she knows and builds a stable home for him in the more affordable, seeder part of London.  William keeps Amelia constantly busy, but she enjoys and loves him dearly.  Her main concern is keeping him safe, but one night when she is trying to locate him after one of his late night jaunts her life changes forever. Sebastian is not really sure if he is up for the job of guardian.  He is a scholar first and is unsure how he can protect his charge.  His feelings change the moment he first protects her.  There is a pull within him.  She draws him out of his norm and brings him back to life.  He hasn’t felt this way in centuries and he’s not too sure if he likes it.  He must do his duty to his people, but his heart is telling him Amelia means much more to him.  Sebastian must protect Amelia against the traitor Drake.  Unknown to Sebastian there are other forces working against him.  This is evil’s last chance at the amulets and they are starting to get desperate.  The time has come for the final showdown. I would like to say that the story is different from the others but it really isn’t.  While every story was slightly different, they were just too similar to me; same template, different names.  But considering that the trilogy evolved around three maidens, three guardians and their chore of protecting the amulets; potential plots are very limited.  Ms. Ivy did pick some wonderfully strong women though.  Each and every one of them have qualities that are not normal for their times and for me, they made the stories. The vampire universe that Immortal Rogues entails is very sedate.  These are not sexually charged men.  Their lusts have been dormant for too long.  In My Lord Immortality there is no sex and very little sexual tension with only a few kissing scenes.  I would not feel bad letting a teenager or my grandma read this book.  With that being the case, the cover is very misleading.  It screams – sexy road ahead and it did not deliver.  My Lord Immortality is one of the least sexual stories that I have read in a long time. I have read YA’s with more romance.  Doesn’t mean that it is a bad thing either, but I think it would have enhanced the story.  The plot was very one dimensional and it needed some special nuances to make it shine. My Lord Immortality is an average read for me.  I would only recommend it to people who like their romance light and the plot even lighter.  I will say though that it is nice to have the whole storyline complete.  Ms. Ivy wrapped it up quickly but nicely.  There are no loose ends and I can’t see this world being revisited.  It is a complete package. NOTE:  These novels are being rereleased under their original titles.  They were originally published in early 2000’s.
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Awful series, don't waste your time or your money on this one.
CAJ45 More than 1 year ago
Meh I was a little disappointed with this book. The storyline was great. I liked the idea. Vampires trying to come back to the human world to rule over them. A medallion that can break the barriers from the vampire world to the human world. Split into 3 pieces given to 3 human women with a guardian (good vampires) to watch over them. The book however fell flat with the characters. Sebastian was not leading man material. He was definitely not who I would want to be watching over me and protecting me. With Amelia I think the author was going for calm and in control but didn't happen. Amelia came a crossed boring, plain and unemotional to me. Now Drake when I read the prologue I thought he was going to be the love interest in this book. Nope didn't happen though I was still rooting for him to win and take over the world. Great idea not so great delivery
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Dia_Pelaez More than 1 year ago
My Lord Immortality offers a different horde of vampires, and this alone made it worth reading. Following the footsteps of Nora Roberts in creating her own norms for vampires in her books, Alexandra Ivy presents scholarly vampire Sebastian St. Ives, who walks during the day and has completely gotten rid of his taste for human blood. The story is well-written and the characters are well-drawn out throughout the story. Plot-wise, of course, it featured the usual battle between good and evil, good vampires versus bad vampires, and all that battle for dominance; nothing really fancy, but engaging nonetheless. However, what set apart Alexandra Ivy’s vampires from the usual slew of paranormal romance books about vampires was that in this story, vampires were alienated from humans through a veil which hid their existence. And by being through the veil, they were rid of their hunger for human blood, and thus, were offered a life to pursue knowledge, research and truth about so many things in the world. Also, by being rid of their hunger for human blood, they gained the ability to walk during the day without being toast. Another thing distinct about this book is that it is actually a historical, paranormal romance. It is set in London at a time where ladies were expected to behave in a certain way and were paraded in balls in order for them to find suitable men for marriage. Think Jane Austen, and that’s about the same period depicted in this story. This is actually the first time I’ve read a book of this genre, and I sure am glad I’ve stumbled upon it. Character-wise, I love Amelia and how she defied the societal norms in order to care for her brother. While she could be a Mary Sue at times, I still admire her for her bravery and stubborn streak. Also, I really liked Amelia’s younger brother William and his fascination for cats. William became Amelia’s ‘weakness’ because she cared too much for him, but I don’t think it’s any weakness at all. Any woman who could hold her ground despite societal pressures is an amazing woman to me. Then, there’s also Sebastian St. Ives. I would have to confess that I love geeks regardless of whichever time period they come from, and Sebastian St. Ives is one hell of a geeky vampire. I’ve read so many books about vampires of ethereal beauty and charm, but this is the first time I’ve read about a geeky vampire who preferred the company of books than seducing women. Well, that and his silver orbs for eyes. All in all, if you’re looking for a quick read romance story that is wholesome and engaging, I think Alexandra Ivy’s My Lord Immortality is just the perfect choice.
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mtibbitts More than 1 year ago
Amelia Hadwell has no time for London's nightlife. Not when her beloved brother's odd ways have their family threatening to institutionalize him. And not when she is questioning her own sanity after being confronted by a murderous shadow creature--then being saved by a captivating stranger, a man who belongs to a world she cannot imagine. Reserved and scholarly, Sebastian St. Ives has been content without human desires--until they are reawakened by the delicate, brave Amelia, whom he is meant to protect. For the young woman has no idea she possesses the key to a ravenous vampire's dark victory. Now Sebastian must shield her from both a killer and his own growing attraction--or bond with her completely, and forever. . . I received a e-copy of this book from netgalley for my honest review. This book for me was just ok. I have read other books by Alexadra Ivy and enjoyed them. By no means was this a bad book it just lacked the action that I expected at points. It would seem like it was building up and then would fall kind of flat. I would however say it was a good story.
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The premise for the story was a transparent ruse for a series of 3 books. The story was tedious. The writing was stiff and the hero was boring. Not what you would expect from this author. 
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Sailon More than 1 year ago
The Veil, a protection between the world of humans and the world of vampires is in danger of being taken down, leaving the world at the mercy of vampires who wish to conquer, rule and enslave the human race. Three vampires, The Immortal Rogues, are poised to stop this evil plan. MY LORD IMMORTALITY is the third story in this series about Sebastian St. Ives, one of the protectors. Sebastian is a scholar, content with his chosen life of seclusion until he meets and must protect Amelia Hadwell, that is! Amelia is a young woman who has given up her life to care for her 'slow' brother, William. She also unknowingly possesses an amulet that is part of the Veil's protection. As Sebastian gets to know Amelia and William, he finds his work as protector starts to melt his heart in ways he has never felt. While not a long read, the story is well-told, the characters are very likable and strong of character. William is a gentle soul and adds to the story's warmth.  MY LORD IMMORTALITY is a great afternoon read in front of the fireplace!
Jutzie More than 1 year ago
My Lord Immortality by Alexandra Ivy Immortal Rogues Book 3 Drake Ramone wants the power of moving about mankind, living as he was meant to with all the pleasures. Nefri has put a veil up between their worlds but he was determined to get the medallion that would remove that veil so he could live as he was meant to. Sebastian St. Ives has been made the guardian over Amelia Hadwell. She has received one of the amulets, part of the medallion. He knows Drake will try and get it from her anyway he can and it is Sebastian’s job to stop him. He just didn’t expect himself to be distracted by the beautiful human. Amelia Hadwell wanted to protect her brother, William, so she took him away and went into hiding. Her parents were embarrassed of William and wanted him in Bedlam. William was a kind loving soul and didn’t deserve to be locked up. If only he could understand enough about the dangers lurking outside of their home in the night. Amelia has no idea that the old gypsy woman had given her more than a beautiful piece of jewelry. She don’t know that there is a dark world out there where creatures of the night truly exist. She can only see her love for her brother. The love that may end up leaving her dead. Join Amelia and Sebastian as they fight against a dark force. Adventure, suspense and romance keep this book moving forward while keeping the reader on the edge of their seat.