In Bath in 1850 a witch is murdered in a ritual granting longevity to four men. What they are not aware of is that she has bestowed the same power to another called Seth to avenge her death.
Cara is a descendant of the witch and fills her days with food with her Irish-themed catering business. Her nights are another matter; they are full of erotic dreams of a mysterious lover, or nightmares with mutilated bodies. So this wasn’t the best time for her Nana to tell her she is coming into her power.
Of the original four immortals, Vincent is the only one left and to stop his own long life from fading he needs another witch to kill. Seth was meant to protect the witch’s descendants from a distance, but with Cara he can’t stay away. He has to make a choice to love Cara, or avenge the original death and possibly die himself. Cara has the fight of her life on when one man comes to kill her, and another to love her.
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Hidden Mortality begins with Seth losing Rosie the woman he cares about greatly. She was murdered, but she does something to have Seth avenge her death. So now decades later Seth gets that chance to finally do what he was meant to. After living such a long long life, he will be able to get vengeance, but that all changes when he finds Cara. Cara has had some bad things happen to her before in her past, and she's currently trying to make a living as a chef. Things go a little crazy when one of her friends gets murdered, and she ends up meeting Seth. They instantly have an attraction, and soon the form a beautiful relationship.
This book was really good! I thought it was slightly sad though in the beginning, and towards the end. I really loved both of the main characters as well. The only thing that bugged me about it was Cara, at times she was kind of annoying. Other than that this book was really good, and I loved the paranormal aspect of it as well!