Earth seems like such a simple place in the modern age. Science has explained away the mysteries of the universe. There are no surprises. Most people laugh off the idea of secret societies and conspiracy theories as the work of fools and madmen.
The problem is, the madmen are right.
The world is secretly ruled by a select group of violent and ruthless immortals that call themselves the Immortelle. These men and women were mortal once, until a mysterious elixir unlocked the greatest potential hidden within their own genetic codes. The exact nature of that power is determined by their own biological origins, but they are ancient, powerful and bow to no mortal.
Absolute power corrupts absolutely, but in the world of The Immortelle nothing is ever as black or white as it seems.
Recommended Reading Order
The Immortelle series follows the intertwined stories of an assortment of characters across space and time. The series is designed so that you can pick up any character's #1 and jump right in without missing too much back story, but there are some things that will make more sense if you read them in a particular order.
The author recommends the following reading order:
- The Immortality Clause (Claudia Bell #1)
- At First Blush (Dawn Fitzpatrick #1)
- Love Thy Enemy (Anya Karekanova #1)
- Beneath The Dragon Sun (Anya Karekanova #2)
- The Traitor’s Web (Anya Karekanova #3)
- The Age Of Steam (Sam Thorne #1)
At the moment, this is also the order in which the books will be released. Once these six are released, the list will be updated with additional titles.
About The Editions
The Immortelle series started as a coping mechanism when the author was working on The Survivors series, which is a very dark and emotionally heavy series that had a severe impact on the author’s mental health. While not exactly light-hearted, The Immortelle is less serious and a whole lot more smutty, which was what she needed at the time to help keep herself on track to finish The Survivors.
While doing product research for the series, Ms. Dreyer discovered that there was a percentage of her audience who wanted to read the story for the story itself, but was uncomfortable with the sex scenes. In order to make the stories more accessible to all readers, Sweet Edition was born.
To put it simply, Spicy Edition has explicit sexual content. Sweet Edition retains the romantic elements of the story, but the sex scenes either fade to black when not critical to the story, or are tamed down significantly when necessary to the story.