Immortal Knights Templar, Christien Chevalier, receives the shock of his unending life when his Lainie Alexander walks into his nightclub searching him out. Lainie is the reincarnation of his long lost love, and both feel the undeniable attraction, but dark forces are at work to keep them apart and Christien has a feeling that Lainie might be behind it.
The prologue sucked me in giving me hope of good things to come. Then I finished chapter one and my hopes were crushed. Occasionally, when the author veered back into past, my hopes were reawakened but were soon dashed again when the book switches over to the present.
I think that if the present day setting had been set elsewhere the book would have worked, but the club owner thing just didn’t work out for me. While the flashbacks of the past were highly engaging, the present day parts lacked the luster the bits in the past had.
Christien Chevalier was this books one redeeming quality. He, above Lainie and the plot, stood out and was the reason that I finished the novel. But if I am being honest, I had to fight my way to the finish line.
Madelaine Alexander is on a mission. When her boss sends her to the hottest nightclub in town to meet with the owner, she won't be deterred, even if that means standing in line for fifty-eight minutes in torturous heels while she'd rather be home in her pj's with a bowl of popcorn.
A Knight of the Templar, Christien Chevalier was given immortality along with the responsibility of protecting the treasure of the Templars. He's been unwavering in his task for centuries until his one true love-who died seven hundred years ago-shows up in his club, demanding his attention.
Christien couldn't protect Madelaine when they first fell in love. She was married to a lord and he was simply a knight. Now, through some unknown miracle, she stands before him again and they have a second chance. But Christien fears that Madelaine is being used as a pawn in a dangerous game, a game of good versus evil that could affect all of mankind...