Immortal Rider starts up about one month after the events of Eternal Rider. Once again, the reader is immersed in a world of angels and demons and a very determined horseman looking to bring on the apocalypse. Immortal Rider focuses on Limos, the only female horseman, er….horsewoman?Limos is not an easy character to like. It is really difficult to feel any sympathy for her. Limos lies often and her lies cause a lot of strife among her siblings. Oh, and she has been promised to Satan – as his bride. Her chastity belt is truly straight out of Hell.Enter Arik, a member of Aegis. He is instantly attracted to Limos and as a result of his attention, he is banished to Hell to undergo some seriously painful tortures because Satan cannot have Limos until Arik utters her name in agony. Most men would cave, Arik doesn’t. After about a month in Hell, Arik is rescued. Limos nurses him back to health, even feeding him haggis when Arik refuses to eat regular food. While Limos is the main focus of this book, Reseph/Pestilence continues his role in creating mayhem, death, disease, and zombies. Her other brother Thanatos gets some attention in this book. I’m not sure about his character yet, it will be interesting to see how he develops in the next book. I have a new appreciation for Reaver and I hope that he will get his own book one day. There’s got to be a great story about his life. I can’t say enough how much I am enjoying this series. The world is extensive and well imagined. The sexy times are just so well done. I did have some issues with a few scenes in this book, but overall, I was impressed. Reading this book is an experience for all the senses. It was exhilarating and full of action.I can’t wait for the next book, Lethal Rider. Thank you to Netgalley and Grand Central Publishing for a review copy of this book.