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Immortal Rider - Larissa Ione Sexy, powerful, and immortal, Limos is on a crash course with destiny. She’s been marked as Satan’s bride and her jealous fiancé wants her all to himself. The only way this Horseman can keep herself—and everyone else—safe is to keep her distance. But not even Limos can save herself from the secrets she’s kept . . . or resist the seductive allure of one very brave human.
Arik Wagner knows the saying “love hurts” better than most, yet he never thought stealing a kiss from Limos would land him in Hell. Literally. It takes all his military training to survive the demon torture, but once he’s topside, Arik realizes that the agony has just begun. With the Apocalypse looming and Satan demanding his bride, will Arik and Limos surrender to the desire smoldering between them? Or will giving in to their passion unleash hell on earth?

Immortal Rider is another interesting addition to the Lords of Deliverance series. It really expands on the overall storyline and moves the book forward. While I enjoyed parts of Immortal Rider I sadly didn't get as drawn into the storyline as I did with Ares and Cara in the first book Eternal Rider. I found it lacking in comparison.
I couldn't connect and focus on Limos as the heroine. Although Immortal Rider was meant to be her book I think it was all overshadowed by Thanatos and Regan and really they were such great characters you couldn't help but be pulled in by them. Especially as Immortal Rider really sets up their storyline for Lethal Rider in the next book.
I did like Arik and at times felt more connected with the storyline because of his character but then there would be a moment were I had to put the book down and when I'd pick it up again I'd loose that connection.
Even though I didn't love Immortal Rider it's a good edition to the series and is a great sets up for the next book.