Immune (Rylee Adamson #2)
**Warning** I'm so sorry Mom, this one will be no good for you to read either. There is a full on sex scene (nipples and everything), violence and well, lots of bad words. You know-- the ones you used to wash my mouth out with soap for? Consider yourself warned.
Underestimating demons is a bad idea, and it's a mistake Rylee may pay for with not only her life, but the life of a child who has gone missing.
That is, unless she allows O'Shea to help her; trusting the man who once sought for a way to bring her down.
If only life were that simple. And in Rylee's world, it rarely is.
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This series is so freaking amazing!
Immune is the perfect follow up to Priceless. It was funny, sexy and action-packed. I actually laughed out loud so much my cat got up and left the bed.
Finally, a heroine who doesn’t annoy me. Rylee is the perfect combination of loyal, intelligent, compassionate and kick-ass. Many times, the heroines in urban fantasy novels tend to be so tough or snarky that they come off as unlikable. Rylee is a smart-ass for sure, but she isn’t insulting. Well, I guess the she gets a little sassy with the bad guys, but then it’s just hilarious. (The seven dwarves comment was the best!) The other cool thing about Rylee is she is not afraid of a little gore. Blood , guts, troll crap...nothing fazes her. Good thing too, because that girl can’t stay clean.
Priceless fans will be glad that we get a lot more of O’Shea’s character in this book. From the beginning of Priceless to the end of Immune, he goes through the most character growth and change. It makes me excited to see what Mayer has in store for him in the third book. I sort of wish his scenes would’ve been written in first person like Rylee’s. I felt a little bit distant from him even when we were in his head. It wasn’t a bad thing, just noticeable. I’m sure there is a reason for it. Readers will love the way the relationship between him and Rylee develops in throughout this book.
Alex the submissive werewolf also has an expanded role in this book. I don’t like dogs, but I want an Alex so bad!!!! He is sweet and unintentionally hilarious. I would love to know more about him. Perhaps if enough readers pressure the author, maybe she will give us a short story of Alex’s transition someday. (Hint, hint.)
As with Priceless, the only character I didn’t like was Milly. Thankfully, her role in Immune is pretty small. I have my fingers crossed that Eve, the thousand pound harpy, sits on her in book three.
Much of this review focuses on character because that is the most important thing to me in most books I read, but I wouldn’t be doing the book justice if I didn’t mention the non-stop action. I felt like I was on a roller coaster from the first chapter until the end of the book. Rylee finds herself battling vampires, demons, werewolves and trolls. To help her in her quest is her posse made up of O’Shea, Alex, and the orphaned harpy, Eve. Then there are those characters who are not totally #TeamRylee, but who aid her for their own reasons. The combination adds depth to the story.
Overall, I give Immune...
Plot - 5 bookmarks
Character development - 12 bookmarks (It’s my review. If I want to give 12 out of 5, I will!)
Love story - 5 bookmarks
Dream cast (otherwise known as who I pictured while reading) - Gemma Arterton (Rylee), David Boreanaz (O'Shea), Blake Lively (Milly), Frances McDormand (Giselle), James Marsters (Doran), “Stone Cold” Steve Austin (Dox), Selma Hayek (Louisa)