One revelation changed everything, turning Eve Collins' world upside down with grief and questions of identity and allegiance. Now, as she flees enemies that refuse to give up, Eve must also face the mounting attraction between herself and her gargoyle protector. Will she ever truly be safe? How much will she sacrifice to survive, and who will she become?
©2014 Randi Cooley Wilson (P)2016 Tantor
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more action .
No she must have had a cold during the whole series.
No difference between characters.
Yeah, it did have some action in parts.
decent book reminds me of the Premonition Series by Amy Bartol- which is way better. The book could be a little better. There is a lot of repeated words and phases that are really annoying and odd in some instances.
"Still never prepared for the end of this book😔"
You do anything necessary to protect the ones you love. This books shows even with restraint destiny will kick in and rules will be broken. Even with reading the book first I still was not prepared for the ending. Jorjeana does an amazing job with all of the voices!
I loved book 1. Book 2 was equally as incredible. The story is gripping and the characters are engaging. It's awesome :D
"Great follow up"
I love this entire series. It is hard to rank books for me. It is the best paranormal series I have read in a while.
the slow burn with the characters, and the introduction to other realms
Asher. I loved the intonations that she used for him.
Yep. And I did.
"Big Disappointment "
I've never read a YA Fiction book where the main character and hero of the story cried so much, shook so much, was hysterical so much and took so many showers to calm down.
Also, Asher the main male character acts like a caveman jerk in much of the book.
The plot seems to advance at a snail's pace of at all.
the ending was so heart breaking and I almost cried at different times durring the book
For me, listening this audiobook was time well-spend, because the story is good, a little slow, but good. The only problem with the audio version is the dialects spoken (latin, garish, weish, irish, scottish...). In the printed version, there are a glossary, but in the audio version no. Is possible understand the story, but is a little annoying not know what was said somethimes.
Yes, I'm alread listening the 3rd book. I want to know what is going to happen.
I think the narrator could give more ênfase and change more the the voice.
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