Human, Sherry Carne, is quickly thrown into the world of vampires when some rogues attack her store. If that is enough, she discovers that one of the good vampires, Basileios Argeneau, might be her life mate.
Sherry was really easy for me to relate to. She owns a housewares store, and I used to design housewares. Before that, she worked for a building contractor, and I used to design building products and market them. So I appreciated her taste and felt a kinship to her. She is easy going and takes things in stride, at least externally. I like how she handles all that is thrown at her. Her internal babbling, which most of the immortals could hear, were very amusing.
I enjoyed Basil. He is old and acts as if he is from a different time period, which he is being born in 1529 BC. I appreciate what he did to survive his sanity throughout the years. He is very formal. I love that he welcomes Sherry’s humor. Her being from a younger generation is beneficial for him.
The Immortal Who Loved Me has a great plot with tons of details. There are multiple relevant events going on throughout the story. Lynsay Sands does a considerable job at explain history and physical details of the vampires. The story has a great flow and is hard to put down. There are a lot of paranormal and vampire stories out there. The Immortal Who Loved Me has an original feel that stands out among the masses.
Complimentary copy provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.