- File Size: 3069 KB
- Print Length: 332 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 149546315X
- Publisher: Candace Knoebel (February 18, 2014)
- Publication Date: February 18, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IIYHQEI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #736,841 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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- Book 1 of 5 in The Night Watchmen Series
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Faye believed her whole life that she was a defect. Instead of dwelling on the injustice of the situation, she planed ahead applying to colleges and saying her goodbyes. The day of the ceremony her parents go missing. She must face the shame of being a defect without them.
Faye is wrong, instead of being a defect is an everlasting- a rarity among her people. She is one who could be both a witch and a hunter. One who needs to be protected. Protection comes in the form of one Jaxen Gramm, a Hunter. Too bad Jaxen already has an affinity partner, Jezibel because the chemistry between him and Faye is off the charts. Jaxen along with his brother and their witches are assigned to train Faye day and night, in secret.
Her parents are never far from her mind. Faye is determined to be the best witch/hunter so that she may one day find them. Unfortunately, a loved one is hurt and her secret is no longer protected. Jaxen may not be the only protection she needs now.
Everlasting was an entertaining read that keeps you wanting more. If your TBR pile is not too high, or you have a few hours free I highly recommend it.
My Rating 3 out of 4 stars
Favorite Quote “He said that it isn’t one’s destiny that defines a man, it’s how they choose to walk the path they’ve been given.”
Katie- Faye’s best friend, a witch
Mack- Elder in the coven
Gavin- Jaxen’s brother and a hunter
Cassie- Gavin’s witch
<a href="http://readingcave.blogspot.com/2014/04/review-everlasting.html"> My Review</a>
From page one, this book moves at a fast pace, making it impossible to put down. The story is light on the romance but heavy on the action. I love the world that Candace Knoebel created for her characters and how it overlaps the real world. It was very well-constructed and creative.
In the beginning, Faye's biggest fear is being labeled a Defect in her coven. When she discovers that her fate holds something much different, she is forced to do a lot of growing up alone. Faye is young so she still has her moments where she acts juvenile. Overall, I found her to be a likable character with potential to become a tough female heroine. I was glad that the author didn't have her suddenly grow up when faced with her fate. It is much better to watch her grow in stages.
Jaxon is your sexy brooding hero with a tortured soul. He definitely brings the hot factor to the book. While this is light on the romance, there is always an underlying attraction between Faye and Jaxon that is easy to feel. The supporting characters in this book were also a lot of fun. I especially loved the contrast between Jaxon's serious nature and his brother Gavin's playful attitude. There were characters that I wasn't quite sure I trusted which brought another element of intrigue to the story.
If you are looking for an action packed witch story, then you should definitely read Everlasting.
Top international reviews
Fayes life has been changed in the matter of a day and she has a new future in front of her she never thought she'd have but the brunt is lessened a little with her trainer Jaxen being her stoic guard.
Great start in a New Adult Series with some serious sexual frustration which will hopefully resolve itself in future books. Their romance is really sweet though and I enjoyed their private moments when the real Jaxen came forward.
The situation with Fayes parents was never resolved so hopefully that won't be drawn out as the little I read of them was endearing.
Looking forward to the sequel
Faye lives in a world of witches and hunters, who go out in pairs to fight vampires and demons. Faye’s parents were famous for their prowess, but she has been brought up to believe herself a defect, a child with no abilities as either a witch or a hunter. Of course the truth turns out to be far more complex and Faye is launched into her own magical adventure with a select group of witches and hunters who teach her everything they know.
I love the characters in this book and I was totally swept along with their emotional highs and lows. The relationship between Faye and Jaxen is wonderfully gripping from start to finish. He is full of mystery and glamour and just enough conflict through his witch Jezi and a family curse. I also love the way the dynamic deepens through Jaxen’s brother. Katie, Faye’s best friend adds plenty of action to the story as well as showing us how wonderfully loyal Faye is.
But the book isn’t all about romance, there is plenty of action and lots of surprises as the plot unfolds.
I loved this book, and my only disappointment was that the next instalment hasn’t yet been published, so I will be watching this space.
I'm not liking the Jaxon Jezi Faye triangle, especially as we find out he doesn't need his witch. Can someone tell me why Jezi is still around?
This book was captivating and enchanting. A love story unraveling on every page entwined with anticipation and discovery.
A real page turner I struggled to put down.