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And now that the very last page left open room for yet another book I can only hope it is as captivating as the first two have been.
The Eternal Ones
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. It was a little slow at first, but it picked up nicely towards the middle.
Eso no se hace. Sigo sin poder creer el final con el que la autora nos deja. Oct 20, Maisie rated it really liked it. I felt this book could’ve went somewhere great but it didn’t. Just, my idea of an ideal boyfriend let’s ignore the fact that he’s supposed to be dead. She flip-flopped so much it was unbelievable; she couldn’t make up her mind at all and was all too eager to let other people make it up for her.
The main character goes back and forth and back and forth and back and forth so many damn times that I wanted to throw her in the fire myself. It is at this point that Miller starts piling mystery upon conspiracy, and throwing curve-balls to tangle already complicated plots. To me, The Eternal Ones seemed like it could have easily been a stand-alone. Apr 25, Melissa Bennett rated it did not like it.
There is further potential for the sequel to be interesting if Miller sticks with the intriguing parts but the reliance on easy ways out left me feeling cold. The entire second half of the book consisted of: And I don’t trust her opinions at all.
But that fantasy kirtsen quickly disrupted when Haven’s best friend, Beau, goes missing after he travels to New York to find his soul mate. Although I thought the climax was not a climax at all, I can hardly complain – I really enjoyed this book.
The Eternal Ones (Eternal Ones, #1) by Kirsten Miller
The Eternal Ones tells the story of the first battle in a war between undying love and eternal evil. There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name.
Eternal Ones 2 books. Her best friend, Beau, is concerned. Reincarnation is a fascinating idea and deserves an equally fascinating story to back it up. The plot, with its numerous red herrings and pointless dead ends that added nothing to the story, was serviceable but far too long.
It’s hard for me tell if the author is just that bad, if she didn’t realize how completely brain dead Haven would come off looking, or if she meant for the reader to hate Haven. The mystery and secrecy behind their relationship adds flavour to kirstdn romance, while the twists and turns that had me gaping is a good bonus.
Ooh and make miiller sew clothes. She starts to avoid her sessions with Dr. Iain Morrow is a very mysterious character. I say this, not …more Because in the south, family is everything and the elders are supposed to represent wisdom and is a figure of high esteem and respect.
But I simply refuse to believe that the behavior of the inhabitants of Slope City is anywhere near probable. And a gay best friend! I know there is more to this story and I sure do hope there is more too this story. It is hard to craft a great story where the romance is a central focus when the two main characters are so utterly unappealing. View all 3 comments. I may even like it more than the first. There are a number of flaws in the story, but somehow they all come together to form something unforgettable.
She tells Haven that Beau is in trouble, and there is a woman in NY that can help her. This was a pretty good read for me. Haven spends time with Ethan, thinking about how very pretty he is, The PR firm that handled this title did one hell of a job, believe me.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This is an epic and thrilling romance set in the snake-handling churches of Appalachia, the dusty ruins of ancient Rome, and the grand mansions of Manhattan. Beau and his soul mate!!!