The Immortal World is a series of standalone novels set in the same world, with recurring characters. Each novel focuses on a new main character and their journey through the world. Of course, there is an over-arching series plot, but it is not necessary to read the novels in order.
Only The Stars Know (Book 1)
It’s the type of book that demands you read it all, then the next book too. I’m dying to know what happens next.– Whitney G. (Goodreads)
“It’s hard to put down once you start, so be sure to set aside some quality reading time for yourself!!”-Kate H. (Amazon)
Rowan is a town that is seldom left, or found.
Within the cottage on the edge of town, Kali finds the quiet solitude that she has sentenced herself to. Keeping herself away from people, she hopes she can escape a past that leaves her terrified of her own subconscious.
Zane left the town twelve years ago and was never heard from again. Now he has returned to seek the advice of old friend, only to find Kali in residence instead. While he will not reveal himself to his family and friends, something about Kali keeps drawing him back to the cottage.
He must leave soon though, tonight…because the ones who took him years before, are coming.
They will never stop looking for him.
Shadows On The Wall (Book 2)
“I started reading this book not knowing what to expect and then couldn’t put it down. It is an unusual and great read.”– Kevin G.
“A fast-paced page-turner that pulled me in from page one.”– Molly E.
Her memories are missing. She doesn’t even know her own name. her master calls her Cameo, but it has never felt right.
Her body is held as a slave, forced to hunt her own kind The depraved vampire who has taken her freedom has also convinced her she is weak, and has no where else to go.
Over the years, Anthony’s bloodlust has strayed into the forbidden: other immortals. When Anthony sends Cameo after a shape shifter named Daniel it becomes clear that he has chosen the wrong victim. Daniel is surrounded by his vampire friends, one called David in particular. Besides being very protective of his friend, David also develops a disconcerting interest in Cameo.
As the web of lies spun around Cameo starts to unravel, it isn’t only her memories she finds, but her strength and something new too: her anger.
Die For Me Again (Book 3)
I want to go visit Discord and experience the vampire culture that the author created. Seriously read it and read it now!– Kate K.
Ms. Hiner has once again created a cast of characters that you wish you could invite for dinner. Sure, you’re likely to get bitten and become the meal . . .– KT Daxon
It isn’t easy being a seven hundred year old Roman Catholic vampire, to say the least, but whether or not Angela Estrada could enter a church became the least of her worries the day she reluctantly became the leader of her clan.
Connor is having a really weird day. First, he was chased by a pack of wolves until he collapsed, sure he was about to be eaten alive. Now, the most terrifyingly beautiful creature he has ever seen is demanding answers he cannot give.
Vampire law dictates that Angela kill the human just for discovering the immortal city of Discord, but lurking behind his eyes is a voice from Angela’s past that has haunted her for nearly 600 years. She lets Connor live, against the wishes of everyone including her best friend, Damon, and the vampire leader, Hadrian.
Determined to find the truth, whatever the cost, Angela must face not only her most painful memories, but also the possibility that Connor is possessed.
Either that, or she is finally losing her mind.
The Eleventh Light (Novella, 3.5)
Great prose, beautiful vivid descriptions, stellar characters and a thoroughly enjoyable short read.-Sarah Addison Fox
“…be prepared to both love and hate [Hiner] by the end. With brilliant and heart-wrenching artistic choices, she’ll hook and sink you into the Immortal World.– H.A. Waring
The Sight has run in Millicent Gifford’s bloodline for hundreds of generations, passed on in secret as far back as memory can reach. Blessed with an extraordinarily powerful Sight, Millie has more control than most seers, making it easier to hide it from her fellow humans.
But Millie’s Sight is on the fritz. Uncontrollable visions of a vicious attack on a city won’t leave her alone and she’s terrified she won’t be able to hide her Sight much longer. When the visions only intensify Millie decides to intervene, even though her Sight indicates the victims may not be entirely human.
She only planned on a quick trip: Warn the immortals and be home in time to walk her parents’ dog. She never counted on the vampires, the charming Mikael Rsykamp, or being faced with a much more difficult dilemma: After delivering her message, how could she ever go home?
Tears You Apart (Book 4)
This book will pull you in and never let you leave until you’ve finished it! You won’t want to start this on a weeknight. I cannot wait for the next installment.– Shauna Philp
With stunningly realistic characters, a well-paced plot, and plenty of gasp-worthy “I did NOT see that coming” plot twists, Tears You Apart will leaving you simultaneously flipping pages as fast as you can to find out what happens next and not wanting the book to end.-Dawn C. Jonckowski
Hadrian Catane never wrote a law he couldn’t keep. Until now. Hadrian’s Laws are very clear on vampire-human interaction: No human can know of the immortals’ existence; those who do must die.
Aubrianna Pennington only wanted a quick drive to clear her head. She would have been home for dinner if it wasn’t for the accident. In the dark and the rain, an angel comes for her, but not to take her to the afterlife.
Drawn by crippling pain to a scene of destruction, Hadrian finds Aubri dying. The mysterious bond that connects them allows Hadrian to feel all of her agony. As she slips closer to death, it’s impossible to know if she’ll take him with. Forced to act on instinct, he chooses to save her.
Unrest stirs within the vampire hierarchy. With werewolf attacks on the rise, all eyes are on Hadrian as the leader of the Immortal World. His realm is on the brink of civil war and the last thing Hadrian needs is to show any weakness, but in keeping Aubri alive he may end up breaking every single one of his Laws.
The White Lady’s Song (Novella 4.5)
It pulls you in and refuses to let you go. Everything about it makes you want to thank it for existing even though it just stomped on your heart.– Mel Carter
…a cute romance with a fun story that had me laughing out loud.Brenda (Goodreads)
Do you know why wolves howl at the moon?
Most people don’t hear music when the moon rises, but Jules Blanchett has never been quite normal. She grew up listening to her Nana’s fairy tales about princesses, dragons and unicorns…but her favorite was always the one about the wolves. For most of her life she believed the tale was true, but it’s hard to believe in the Magic when no one else can hear the song.
They’re singing to their mother.
Caleb knows the song, verse for verse. He’s been listening to it for the last few hundred years. What he doesn’t know is that his life is about to flash before his eyes, and it’s not going to seem nearly as long as he expected. With a vengeful vampire on the loose, the last thing he should be doing is hanging around a human, but sometimes you just have to follow the music.
Theory of Resonance (Book 5)
Hiner has outdone herself again with her lush, evocative descriptions and slow-burn romance.-Meghan Tomlinson
The hilarious wit and repartee had me giggling and the relatability to an imperfect human was right on par.-Katrina Marie
She doesn’t believe in the fantastic.
Bree O’Quinn’s life is a strict schedule of college courses, work, and research. The only thing that matters is earning her degree with top marks and going on to cure diseases. She doesn’t have time for distractions. And an attractive young man who’s studying science, has impeccable manners, and seems interested in her? Too good to be true.
He is the fantastic.
Errin Kaye has made his entire immortal life about helping others, and his medical practice has grown over the decades to serve immortals of all species. Lately, his work has put him on the radar of some deadly people, and being his friend isn’t as safe as it once was.
What is magic anyway, but that which hasn’t been explained yet?
Though he’s always tried to stay on his leader’s good side, Errin is no stranger to bending Hadrian’s Laws when it suits him. What’s one more transgression in favor of Bree’s warmth and humanity? But this time, he’s not just gambling with his own life, and when the vampire leader finds out, Bree and Errin face an ultimatum from Hadrian. Is what’s between them love or mere fascination? Is it worth risking everything for? Is it worth dying for?
Like Fire and Powder (Novella 5.5)
“…a steamy, captivating and intense love story. I loved it!”-Rose (Goodreads)
The characters were created with such great detail and depth that I was totally glued to my kindle until the very end!-Pat (Goodreads)
Celeste was never meant to be a vampire. She never wanted to die, or be undead, or drink blood. And the vampire who turned her, Angela Estrada, certainly didn’t want her either. Celeste has never been a fan of Angela’s cynical overly religious ways and she’s spent two whole centuries asking the same question: Why her?
Tanner is in a bind. Even as Second in Command to the Fraccas clan, he’s never been completely on board with the leader’s view of the world and their place in it. Now there’s a strong likelihood that Ignatius is looking for a way to replace Tanner. Permanently.
Sworn Enemies. Until . . .
Eyes meet across a crowded ballroom. The world stops. And then starts spinning again…in the opposite direction. Moving them toward each other when everything about who—and whose— they are is designed to keep them apart.
When your world won’t let you have the one thing you desire most, what other choice is there than to burn it down and build a new one?
Weaken the Knees (Book 6)
About three things I was absolutely positive.
First, I unconditionally and irrevocably hate William Rynquist.
Second—with the possible exception of dying in the first place—becoming a vampire is the best thing that ever happened to me.
And third, I never should have agreed to help Hadrian stop the vampire hunters.
When Rene Kaplan died at seventeen years old, she left everything behind; her name, her family, and every bit of give-a-damn she ever had. Or so she thought. It may have taken more than two hundred years, but her past has caught up and this time, when it’s done with her, she might wish she had stayed dead.