Raine finally knows that her gorgeous neighbor, Torin St. James, is a legend straight out of Norse mythology and that her feelings for him are strong. Torin is crazy about Raine, too, breaking the one rule he lives by: Never fall for a mortal. The problem is, he no longer remembers her, his memories erased by Norns - Norse destiny deities - to punish her for defying them. So Raine comes up with a plan.... She will make Torin forget his one rule a second time and fall in love with her all over again. But she quickly learns that well-laid plans do not work when dealing with deities and supernatural beings. Desperate, Raine makes choices that could not only tear her and Torin further apart, but lead to the destruction of everything and everyone she loves.
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By Ameera on 22-12-17
This is one of my favourite books in the runes Series,but i find it frustrating that the character names are getting changed during the reading of the book. Cora's father is Jeffery Jemison yet his author name is Jeffery Cooper !!! cooper is Raines family name then when Mrs Jemison then calls him James when it gets close to the end of the story . this is off putting and these books are expensive I expect better from Audible Author's and Narrator
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By Sarah on 29-02-16
Good, but very young
This book seemed a little slower than the first, but it picked up at the end. In this book, the main character seemed even more immature than in the first book. I think it was partly the narrator's voice, and partly the way the character acted. She's constantly crying and talking about my boyfriend this and my boyfriend that, and he 'claimed me', etc, even before he's really her boyfriend. It's hard to imagine that some guy who's been alive a thousand years or so would be interested in this child. It was also frustrating because she knew that certain things were happening, but didn't tell the people who could help do something about it until the very end. I will probably still try the next book and hope it picks up.
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By KarenM of My Bookbag on 06-01-17
Things I Like, Other Things Not So Much
If you could sum up Immortals in three words, what would they be?
myth, surprises, twists
What was one of the most memorable moments of Immortals?
learning about Tristan's terminal brain tumors
What three words best describe Stephanie Terry’s voice?
better in Runes
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It was heartbreaking to learn that Tristan is dying. Also heartbreaking, the changes that Eirik goes through. I felt sorry for Raine because she is losing her father and her 'brother.' It definitely made me happy that Raine and Torin found their way back to each other.
Any additional comments?
The only problems I had with the audible version of this book: Cora's voice is so annoying that it almost made me cringe, at times the narration was a bit broken (breaks in reading sentences in awkward places).
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