Apr 24, Parvathy rated it liked it Recommends it for: People who read the first book Recommended to Parvathy by: goodreads Shelves: movie-material , glued-till-the-last-page , fantasy-politics , elizabeths-and-darcys , other-worlds , light-reads , laugh-out-loud The Ruby Ring series never fail to amaze me. From its seemingly simple and redunctant storyline the author has created a world and characters so charismatic that it becomes evident that after the first two or three lines in to the book that you are not wasting your time with this venture. If anything this book does not stretch on and on and start getting on your nerves but is precise and to the point. No idle lingering on the immaterial, no useless descriptions and no excess drama even though The Ruby Ring series never fail to amaze me. No idle lingering on the immaterial, no useless descriptions and no excess drama even though there was some drama they are there because they are a necessary part of the story. The story takes off from where it left in the last book.
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Length: 7 hrs and 50 mins Unabridged 5 out of 5 stars 9 Performance 5 out of 5 stars 7 Story 5 out of 5 stars 7 Sarah continues to fight for the people she loves. She lives in hiding from the Blue Ring Immortals who wish to use her DNA to cure the virus that some immortals are inflicted with. Jackson comes up with a plan to throw the immortals out of power and rid the world of them once and for all. With everything crashing down around Sarah, can she save her family she loves so much?
Can love conquer all? Sarah knows Victor has been desperately searching for a cure without success. Without a cure, she will never be able to carry her precious baby to full term. She is desperate to give her son a chance at life, but every day is a struggle to live. Victor was forced to leave the only world he ever knew and loved to be with Sarah in California so they could raise their son together. But sparks fly when she meets the vampire prince Jacen, and while she hates the thought of falling for the enemy, her connection with the mysterious prince could be the key to her freedom.
The air smelled of morning dew and blooming flowers, promising a warm day ahead. Her breathing came in ragged heaves as she hurried to keep up with the others, only to stop midstride, frozen by something lingering at the back of her mind. Adam gripped a dagger tightly. Might as well put them to good use.