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Immortal Rapture: Immortal Heart [Kindle Edition]

Magen McMinimy , Cynthia Shepp Editing
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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While the Fae warriors help theirpeople mourn the loss of Rowan, they struggle to survive the harsh, frozen lands they call home. The snow has blanketed the Middle World, leaving it a dormant wasteland. Still struggling from both the physical and emotional losses he’s suffered, Uriah, the solid, elite Light Fae warrior, has withdrawn from his brothers as he searches for answers. Uriah must find his strength before the Dark strike again.

Jelena has spent the past ten months as a prisoner. Having given birth to Uriah’s baby in her brothers’domain, she knows the Underworld is no place to raise a child. Looking to Makyle for help, she may just give him what he needs to question all he has ever known.

Curses, secrets and the Dark Fae all loom in the fourth installment of the Immortal Heart Series. Follow your favorite warriors as they fight to save what is left of their home, the people they love, and the new additions they never saw coming.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1839 KB
  • Print Length: 435 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1499634943
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Magen McMinimy (20 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KGYISN6
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,843 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Just like the Immortal after dark by Kresley Cole, I simply love these 4 books. Precise the right balance between love, war, sex and intriges to capture the reader.
I'll recommand these books to those who likes the unnatural and some steaming hot action.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Must read 10 Oct 2014
By Dimples
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If you enjoyed the othere immortal books this doesn't fail to impress... love it!! Bring on the next one...
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5.0 out of 5 stars immortal heart 22 Aug 2014
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Love the immortal brothers.. get sucked into every story. Massive recommend
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another Amazing Installment! 2 Jun 2014
By Shirley Williamson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
This is Uriah's story. After they suffered the loss of Rowan and Jelena the brothers have to figure out how to move on. Uriah takes refuge at Izzy's apt in the human realm and ends up inadvertently spending time with her little sister Marie. There is an obvious connection between them. Then comes Makyle with the biggest surprise of all, a newborn son!
Can Uriah start his life over? And can the light fae recover from all of the tragedy the dark has brought upon them?
This is absolutely my favorite series ever! These brothers will make you laugh and make you cry. Love love love this author and love love love this book!
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5.0 out of 5 stars McMinimy Does It Again 28 May 2014
By Meg - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I should not be surprised that Magen McMinimy has yet again written a story that sucked this reader in so fast and held on so tightly that in less than two days, I had started and finished Immortal Rapture.
Many McMinimy fans have been waiting - some patiently, some not so patiently - to hear Uriah's story. The steadfast warrior who always seems to put his wants and needs second - the perpetual middle child constantly wrangling his brothers - finally got to come first. This man with a heart of gold was put through hell in previous books but stoically remained true to his brothers - blood or chosen - through some of the worst situations a person can imagine.
In the Immortal Heart series so far, readers have seen Uriah find love, deny himself that love, give in to love and then lose his love. It seems like a lot for one character to go through in such a seemingly short span of time. I was incredibly happy to see that after a particularly grievous injury he suffered in Immortal Promise, Uriah finds himself in situations that allow him to be healed in body, mind and soul. For a warrior who tends not to acknowledge just how badly he's hurting (and who can't relate to not wanting people to know you're hurt), it was such a moment of relief when he finally found what he's been looking for.
McMinimy truly has a way of never forgetting a character even when you wonder if she has. Readers got a little more closure on what happened to Immortal Blood bad guy/luck eater Zander (is it wrong I still feel the guy can be redeemed?). We also got a bit deeper look into the world of fan favorite female character Izzy. Izzy rocks some serious power in these stories, but it's her human life that drew me in from the beginning and we get to see how her having fae blood will affect her family back in the human world. It pleases me to no end when authors remember that just because a characters particular "story" is finished that their overall story still has chapters to go. Making sure that characters still carry importance from book to book in a series - even when they're not the focus - really keeps the reader caring about the world that's been created and adds so much dimension to that world. I truly feel as though the lands that McMinimy has created are places that could legitimately exist - when tours begin, I'd be first in line.
And lest you think that McMinimy has only given the reader more background on one male character they've become emotionally attached to, she's finally -- FINALLY -- begun to reward her readers for their devotion to Immortal Four brother Makyle. I can honestly admit that in each series I read there is one character that no matter what stands above all others - in this series (for me) that's Makyle. No, Makyle doesn't get his full story yet, but that's going to be a great book when he does. We do get to see more of the "human" side of the elusive Immortal. His bond with Izzy is most definitely one of my favorite parts, but seeing this seemingly standoffish, stoic, emotionless man experiencing things for the first time with the fae warriors and their mates made my day. It's not hard to write a character that doesn't care - it takes talent to turn them into someone your reader cares about.
Magen McMinimy has talent in spades. I truly hope her Immortal Heart series continues for years to come - maybe we'll get to see her do a time jump and we can see the future children finding their own ways in the world. For now though, I'll happily go back to the beginning and start the series again.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I love this series 21 May 2014
By Tonya Allen - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Great 4th story in the Immortal Series. This is Uriah's story, even though all the characters play a role in the story.

Uriah is still grieving the loss of Jelena and Rowan. And is still suffering because of the damage down to his wings. Izzy knows about his wings and helps him heal and tells him what he should do next.

After a visit to the Fates, Uriah learns Jelena isn't dead, but once she returns to her sisters, he will not see her ever again. He also learns about what, and who, his mother really was, and the curse that he, Lothar, and Kale share and will pass onto their sons.

After the talk with the Fates, he needs to get away to clear his head and to be able to move on and move past it all. Izzy lets him stay at her house. Out of the blue, Marie, Izzy's baby sister shows up. And things take off from there.

Uriah and Marie instantly bond.

Makyle shows up with a very big surprise for Uriah. He had no clue about it. Marie steps up and helps out.

Esperanza is still up to her tricks. Doing anything to get her what she wants, including kidnapping.

Magen sucks me into her paranormal stories. This is becoming one of my favorite series. Her take on the fae and her writing is amazing. I feel like I am in the middle world with all of them.
5.0 out of 5 stars This series just keeps getting better!!! 29 Sep 2014
By RoseH - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Immortal Rapture is the "An Immortal Heart" series and these books just keep getting better and better!!!

This is Uriah's story and it's a toss up whether I like him or Bain the best of all the Immortal Warriors. They both have qualities that make them really stand out. Uriah is the gentleman, both in attitude and in actions. At the end of Immortal Promise he lost his love, as well as his Queen, and was gravely injured. Cree decides to let him get away for a while to try to come to terms with his losses. First, he goes in search of the Fates, to get the answers to some important questions. When he returns to the castle Izzy loans him her house in the human world.

The afternoon after his arrival, and a little party with his brothers, he's woken up by someone entering Izzy's house. It's Marie (Izzy's little sister) and she is very upset. They are both startled to see the other there. It is determined that Marie is going to stay at Izzy's for a while and then the story really starts to get interesting.

There are several pretty good surprises for everyone in this story. Suspense, action, sex, it's probably my favorite of this series so far. I will be reading the next one soon and I'm sure it will be at least as good as this book.
5.0 out of 5 stars Each Book gets better and better 21 July 2014
By Underdweller - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been expressing how much I adore the Immortal Heart Series, and Magen McMinimy does not disappoint with Immortal Rapture, the 4th book in the series.

This is the story about Uriah, the gentle and balanced Fae Warrior. He meets his match in the fiery Marie, and their journey is definitely popcorn worthy. There is passion, tension and multiple story lines involving all the Fae Warriors, including the Immortal Rulers.

The Immortals have been sparse in the previous books, but I for one am so excited to see more of all of them, especially my Favorite, Makyle. McMinimy has once again woven rich subplots amongst her main story. The characters in this series grow and change, as they should. They react to what happens to them, and subsequently evolve. It's wonderful, even if its heart breaking and frustrating, because it's true!

Immortal Rapture is fantastic journey, rich in lore and character, leading the reader to the next book, and I can't wait for Book 5!!
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