It is 2058, New York City. Lieutenant Eve Dallas uncovers a world where technology can create beauty and youth, but passion and greed can destroy them. She was one of the most sought-after women in the world. A top model who would stop at nothing to get what she wanted -even another woman's man. And now she's dead, the victim of a brutal murder. Police lieutenant Eve Dallas puts her life on the line to take the case when suspicion falls on her best friend, the other woman in the fatal love triangle. Beneath the facade of glamor, Eve finds that the world of high fashion thrives on an all-consuming obsession with youth and fame-one that leads her from the lights of the runway to the dark underworld of New York City, where drugs can fulfill any desire, for a price.
Happily continuing with the third instalment of the in death series,
Immortal in Death was truly wonderful and kept me guessing right until the end! I really had no idea who the murder was and that made it all that more enjoyable for me! I really enjoying seeing the same small group of people become a bigger part of Dallas life and see Dallas grow and become a happier person because of these changes, along with the ever persuasive Roarke always steady at her side. I loved seeing Dallas and Peabody become co-workers and friends and see how Dallas was an inspiration and even a helper to Peabody. I can’t wait to read more about these two and see how their friendship and working relationship with change and hopefully grow.
Oh Roarke! He’s so dreamy! He’s always got Dallas back no matter what and hates being left out of her work life even when it goes against Dallas’ nature to include him; he always gets his way and oh Roarke! He’s so dreamy! (This may become a theme throughout me reading this series but I hope you can forgive me!) I loved seeing how Dallas coped with getting ready for her wedding to Roarke and the fact that she was trying so hard to do the right thing with her case and trying to work her personal life with it and around it. I adored how Dallas and Mavis coped with the situation of ‘was Mavis the murderer’ for most of the book and yet they still trusted each other and needed each other. I also enjoyed how you get more on Dallas background and what she suffered as a child.
She allowed the fatigue to seep back, linked her arms around his neck. ‘You going to tuck me in again?’
‘All right.’ He hitched up her hips so that her legs wrapped around him. ‘But this time you stay where I tuck you.’
‘You know, Roarke, my heart just flutters when you get masterful.’
‘Wait till I get you back in the bed. It’s going to flutter plenty’.
As a side note, I’m really liking the covers for this series so far, especially the cover for Immortal in Death. At first when I bought the book I thought ‘ooooo pretty flower’ but now after reading it I totally get and think it’s great.
Overall, I loved Immortal in Death and loving this series and can’t get enough of it.