Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Review: Eternal Ever After
Eternal Ever After by A.C. James
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
If you enjoy tortured vampire romance (with some erotica thrown in), this is the book for you. It is jam-packed with a paranormal/paranormal relationship that is primarily slowed down by the vampire’s desire to protect the girl from his evil ways.
This book follows Holly, an average young girl, except for the fact that she is a “seer” and gets glimpses of the future when she touches people. Obviously, this put a bit of damper on her love life throughout the years. Arie is a vampire with oodles of baggage. Drawn to Holly because of her resemblance to her most recent ex (and her pretty gold aura), he ends up at the coffee shop she works at more days than not. In an effort to protect her from his insane ex, he enters her life reluctantly. Arie constantly struggles to find a balance between protecting her and keeping her safe from the insanity that comes with a vampire’s life.
The story in this book ends in a bit of a cliffhanger, which indicates that there are many more books to be written. The world was filled with enough interesting characters to keep the series going for a little while, without it being forced into a formulaic serial. Arie and Holly’s story was a good start to this new series.
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