- File Size: 2968 KB
- Print Length: 250 pages
- Publication Date: March 9, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007JCSMD4
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,541 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Eternal Destiny - Book 2 (The Ruby Ring Saga) Kindle Edition
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When first signs appear that something horrible happened to Liz, Sarah's determined to find her no matter what. But to do so she must risk her own life by exposing herself to her pursuers. The Immortal Court is not pleased that Victor shared the Ruby Ring with his new wife, Sarah. For his reckless behavior, he must be punished with death, and so must Sarah. More than ever before, Victor's determined to save both Sarah's and his life...even if it means going against her will. So he hunts her down wherever she's going, watching her, helping her to learn to use her powers, keeping them alive when in reality all he wants is her.
The romance part was definitely heating up in this book. I found myself blushing a few times and wishing Victor wasn't just a figment of the author's imagination. The second book of the series also has more drama, more action, and an ending that left me wishing there was another book in the series so I would get to continue following the characters' lives. Eternal Destiny was definitely one of those emotional reads you cannot put down. If you love your males strong and your heroines funny and stubborn, and a good romance that also offers a bit of a mystery, this is the book for you. I thoroughly enjoyed it and can only recommend it.
Then, of course, comes her friends Beth and Frank. Frank is her ex who knocks up her friend Beth after a drunken one night stand. He says he'll take care of the kid, if, er, I mean, if the child's actually his, er... Even while married she still considers getting back with this guy who is obviously no where near as able to protect her or provide anything for her like her husband- er, fake husband- can. It really kills the romantic spirit this book might have otherwise had.
I hate bashing other people's work but this book was a letdown. I didn't see much romantic about it. There was a couple of spots where she actually spent with her husband (while plotting her escape from him of course and trying to get him to obey her wishes while refusing to ever submit to him even when he's trying to protect her and take care of her) but they were short lived and only slightly romantic (the rest of the book kind of dwindles down any romance there could ever be). It was great action I will give the author that but it's not romantic in any way. There's a reason why historical romance novels are some of the best selling books- because they are set in a area before modern feminism hit society! Everything all came together beautifully in the end but the book was just crappy. I did like how they were connected together though, that was a beautiful touch and of course, bringing Bigfoot into it. That was pretty awesome.
Oh, and the "Kardashian" court? Yeah...
I had high hopes for this book, the story concept is brilliant, but was disappointed. I think the characters and story line needed a little more developing and this could have been a great book.
At this point I have no plans to read the third book.