Immortal City by Scott Speer

Immortal City

Written by Scott Speer
Part of the Immortal City Series

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April 2012 Debut of the Month.

Immortal City is the electrifying debut novel from Scott Speer. With a breathtaking narrative, murder mystery and the perfect hero and heroine, this is the ideal book for any fan of paranormal romance. Key protagonist, Jackson Godspeed is the hottest Angel in a city obsessed with Immortals. He's about to become the youngest Guardian angel ever. Everyone loves him except Maddy Montgomery. She's not interested in celebrities. Until Jackson takes refuge in the diner where Maddy works and a fierce, inexplicable connection pulls them together.

It has been optioned for television development by the producers of 'Gossip Girl' and 'The Vampire Diaries'.

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Immortal City by Scott Speer

What if angels not only walked among us - but were our celebrities? What if they saved people for money? That's the reality in Angel City, where hot young Jackson Godspeed is the angel everyone's dying to date. Everyone except for Madison Montgomery, that is. She's too busy studying and waitressing to pay attention to the gossip blogs. Then Jackson tumbles into the diner where she works, and they forge an instant, unforgettable connection. But as Maddy is reluctantly drawn into Jackson's glamorous world, Jackson fears he's exposing her to more than just the paparazzi. A serial killer is murdering one angel at a time. Not only could Jackson be next - but it seems the killer's got sights set on Maddy...


'I was hooked on this book within the first chapter! I just loved how different it is from anything else I have read.' Annabell's Book Nook blog

"Accurately hitting on celebrity-obsessed culture and the dichotomy between the glitterati and everyday people, Speer blends romance and mystery to deliver a fresh take on the angel novel .. Strong writing, well-rounded characters, and an enticing hook in the form of the mercenary/ celebutante angels breathe life into the world Speer has created." - Publishers Weekly

About the Author

Scott Speer is a 28-year-old Hollywood insider. He is a film and music video director and a graduate of the University of Southern California. While still at college he produced and second-unit-directed 'The Beat', an Official Selection of the 2003 Sundance Film Festival. He also directed music videos for Will.I.Am, Ashley Tisdale and Paris Hilton and several high-profile commercials. Most recently, he directed episodes of a breakthrough dance web series featured at the 2010 Oscars. Scott lives in Los Angeles. Immortal City is his first novel.

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416 pages


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Publication date

5th April 2012




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