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The Intensity in the book was perfect some of the scenes you find yourself holding your breath especially between Sera and Rafe wow the chemistry between them was smoking lol literally. Also the relationship between Sera and Adri is strained and i think this portrayed the immaturity of Sera and helped you understand the decisions that are made right up to the final chapter
I thought the story was so well written when i started i couldn't stop reading, this Paranormal Romance was definitely for me and i look forward to reading the next book as soon as it comes out.
I give this book 4.5 Stars
ADVISORY: This book contains mature, adult situations and sensuality.
Adrasteia (Adri) Dionysios and Seraphine (Sera) share a mother/daughter relationship unlike any other – Adri is an immortal aberration – a child born from the union between a supernatural creature and a human (in this case, the Greek god, Dionysos, and one of his maenads). However, Sera’s heritage is shrouded in mystery. Unlike her adoptive mother, she was not born an immortal, but an aberration born of a Phoenix and a gypsy. She was mortal until that fateful night when Rafe Harcourt fed upon her, turning her into a vampyre. Adri’s quick thinking of feeding her immortal blood saved Sera from a fate worse than death – that of becoming a mindless Soul Stealer.
However, Sera is none too grateful for the gift. Prior to that awful night, her life was about to take a marvelous new direction – she was set to marry William, and they were embarking on a new life in America. But William died in a tragic accident, and Sera feels cheated, and is becoming increasingly angry and agitated by Adri’s constant smothering. Despite all this, Adri and Sera do love each other (though they are loathe to show it).
Lucky for them, they live in Shadow Bridge, a town populated by supernatural creatures of all kinds, where they are able to live a fairly normal (by all appearances) life. But Shadow Bridge is not normal either – it is the entry to another realm – a portal that needs to stay sealed at all costs – one that is protected by all the supernatural beings of Shadow Bridge.
And then there are the men.Read more ›
This absolutely amazing 5***** book has such fantastic imagery and detailed world-building and character building I should have KNOWN it was too good to be true! I should have known by the beautiful descriptions of a world within our own; a world attempting to balance itself between the Nature and Elements it is based on and the 21st century that goes on around it.
This book reaches into you and pulls emotion from you like a magician pulling a scarf out of a sleeve. It opens you up to the possibilities of life and laughter and love and allows you to see the joy to be found in the most simple of acts.
Imagine being an "Eternelles" as the series is. Feminine and eternal - that's what it means. Strong, resilient women who are capable of running their own lives, fighting their own battles, making their own choices and living with the consequences of those choices, whatever they may be. Such women would be alone - by choice and by fate - but together with each other at the same time. Mother and daughter living and working together, side by side, in both worlds. We know that eternity is a very long time and while they have each other now there is always a void to be filled - a place in her soul that calls to the one who belongs there, the one who has a place in his soul for her. Their paths to each other are never easy, never clear and never short but they always end together - in this life or the next; in this world or the other.
My complaint at the beginning - CLIFFHANGER ENDING! Cruel, tortuous, painful cliffhanger that leaves the reader BEGGING for more! Waiting (very im)patiently for Indomitable to come out.
Whether together or separate, Natalie G. Owens and Zee Mondee are definitely going on my TBR list. In fact, I'm gonna try and shove them as close to the top as I can without it tumbling over and squishing the juice out of me!
This is fantasy romance not to be missed. It is original and well told. Mount Olympus is missing a few Gods and Goddesses but that's okay because they appear in this book. I loved that about the story.
And if I was intrigued by that, I was nearly floored by the vampirism thread. Now, that's different!
The theme of motherhood and sacrifice is here as well. I found that to be one of the most fascinating aspects of the story, read it and you'll see what I mean.
There is passionate romance also which makes everything pulsate. Also, there is one heck of a cliff hangar that will make you shout: "NO!!!"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am a huge fan of paranormal reads. But sometimes they get a little boring reading the same type of story. Inescapable definitely did not bore me! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kristy's Reviews
I debated on writing a review of this story since they've already had one campaign launched against a three star review that was then downgraded to a one star review. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Zee Mundane
This book keeps the action going, the concept is new and the writing concise. I enjoyed it and wish it was longer.Published 16 months ago by ann waldrop
Who knew you could combine witches, werewolves, vampires plus you can only guess with Greek mythology? This special little town is priming up for some over powering action.Published 17 months ago by Rita J
I've read the two prequels (Adrasteia (Eternelles: A Prequel, Book 0) and Séraphine (Eternelles: A Prequel, Book 0.5)) and this one in the series and loved them! Read morePublished on July 4, 2014 by Angelé Wells
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to the author’s for their generosity. Read morePublished on April 10, 2014 by Lady Fridayx111
[Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book for review.] I'm going to have to read this again to understand what the heck was going on. Read morePublished on April 9, 2014 by Michelle Mogil
I wasn't sure if I was going to like this book at first but the more I read, I was hooked. The part I loved the most was the end. Read morePublished on March 27, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I was hoping after reading Adrasteia and Seraphine that some of questions would be answered about Adrasteia earlier life and Seraphine's story with Rafe. Read morePublished on January 15, 2014 by melanie - General Reader