Saturday, March 12, 2022

A Review: Isle of the Immortal

I'm in post-amazing book recovery. I don't know if I was ranking all the books I've read so far this year, but I am now, and this one sits as the very best one that I've read so far this year.  Ya'll..go put Isle of Immortal on your to read list right now. 


Shailin lives in a remote Scottish village with her mother and younger brother.  Her brother Hendron has always been ill since birth, and at 15 years old doctors say he will likely not last much longer. In one last desperate effort to save him, Shailin's mother sends her on a journey to the Immortal Isle to see the Vampire King, who she claims owes her a life debt. Early in her journey she meets Axton, who is also heading towards the Vampire King's castle. Not knowing her way, she reluctantly follows him and together they make their way to the castle.

Heat Index: 3/10 - There is some heat to this love story. It is somewhat detailed, but not overly so, and is complimentary to the story.


I really loved this book. I stayed up way too late last night with the whole -- just one more chapter....ok just one more chapter.  I couldn't put it down. When I had to function in actual real life my mind kept going back to the book.

This had a fairy-tale-ish type of storyline that I'm genuinely always a sucker for.  I loved Axton and Shai's chemistry. I love how they tease each other, and also how their personalities compliment each other.  She was just the right amount of independence and strength, and he was just the right amount of protectiveness with out being overbearing.  The pace was just right, the world building was artfully laid out and easy to understand. The mysteries of the who's and the what's were not at all what I thought they would be. I'm looking forward to more from this author. Until then, I'm off to go read this again so I can find all the clues I missed the first time through.

I also want to point out that this is Stephani Estrada's first publication of a Fantasy Romance. She is a young indie author, so I encourage everyone to follow her on her Instagram Page.

Isle of the Immortal is available for purchase 3/22/22!! 

Disclaimer: I received an advanced e-copy of this book free for review.  This however does not affect my opinions, as I do not leave a review for each book I receive. There are links to Amazon, clicking these links won't cost you anything but any purchase helps support this blog.  Thanks!

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