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King Tomb (Forever Evermore Book 3) by [Dawn, Scarlett]
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3.9 out of 5 stars 186 customer reviews
Book 3 of 5 in Forever Evermore (5 Book Series)
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Editorial Reviews


"THIS is the kind of NA paranormal I've been dying for! This series grabs you from the very beginning, and the incredible characters will keep you glued to the page until the very last line!" ~ New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Cora Carmack

Praise for Scarlett Dawn Novels

"There is no doubt the Forever Evermore series makes my Top 10 list!" ~ Jeni, Jeni's Bookshelf

"Be inspired. Be engrossed. Be Mystical." ~ Melissa, Buried Under Books

I adored King Tomb! I don't want this series to end ever." ~ Heather, Not Everyone's Mama

"King Tomb has a LOT of surprises and is quite a bit darker than the other two books, which was completely necessary (and awesome).
" ~ Nikki, EndlessReading Blog

"King Tomb really showcases Scarlett Dawn's talent as a writer and her fantastic story telling ability." ~ Crystal, Lit On Literature

"Scarlett Dawn has a way of writing characters that make you want to kick them but, at the same time, you can't help but be absolutely in love with them." ~ J. Hooligan, Platypire Reviews

About the Author

New York Times bestseller and award-winner, Scarlett Dawn is the author of the Forever Evermore new adult fantasy series, the Cold Mark new adult science fiction saga, and the Lion Security contemporary series.

She lives in the Midwest, adores her music loud, and demands her fries covered in melted cheese.

Product Details

  • File Size: 935 KB
  • Print Length: 209 pages
  • Publisher: Escape Publishing - Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Ltd (October 1, 2014)
  • Publication Date: October 8, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00NAI37FO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,970 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The first two books were perfect.... great characters, epic love, swoon-worthy chemistry-- all of which invested the reader totally in the protagonists and their epic story.

This was a conclusion that left this reader feeling flat and at times achingly unfulfilled.

A few of the scenes between Ezra and Lily were so off-putting, as if they were not the characters from the first two books. The denouement was glossed over, did not feel that same chemistry as in the first two books.


The scene where their memory returns--reduced to a few cold paragraphs, without that epic love feeling. After all, they were with their fathers only-- why then no pathos, only emotional suppression.

The last chapter/scene.... leaves too many ambiguities... why didn't it end with an epilogue about Ezra and Lily. And I found the resolution of the war unsatisfying, as well as being disappointed in the lack of a positive change for hybrids.
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I did not like this book as much as I liked the first two. I thought this one felt rushed and that the characters were a little off. My favorite thing about the first book (King Hall) was the way the four best friends interacted with each other. We lost some of that in the second book (King Cave) and it was completely missing from this book. In fact, there was no Pearl or Jack until the last couple of pages.

I also felt the relationship between Ezra and Lily was missing. They were both together in the book, but that special something they had in the second book wasn't here in this book. I found myself not caring as much about what was happening with them in this book.

This whole book felt rushed and slapped together. While things got resolved by the end, I felt like the author just wanted to be done and started throwing in the things that would fix all of the characters issues as quickly as possible.

I was excited to read this book and must say I was dissappointed. It wasn't a horrible book and I finished it in one sitting, but it definitely wasn't as good as I was expecting when I sat down to read it this morning.
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I want to start out by saying that I loved King Hall and King Cave. These are two of my all time favorite books; I loved the setting and the characters, basically everything was perfect. Lilly and Ezra’s relationship was amazing, with all of their passion, and how it needed to be kept a secret for so long. And there are so few books where you fall in love with the secondary characters just as much as the main characters, but in this series, I felt like I really got to know all the characters, and loved hearing about them just as much as Ezra and Lilly.

But with all of that said this book didn’t do the series justice. This book went the way of many book endings before it, not well. It must be really hard to write a great ending to a series since so few authors can do it. And it wasn’t awful, it just wasn’t what I expected, and it wasn’t up to par with the 2 other books in the series. I felt as though the author was simply tired of writing about these characters and just wanted this book to be done with.

The beginning started off really well, Lilly’s in Australia with no memory of Ezra or any of her friends, and is pregnant with a baby that she has no memory of conceiving. The baby comes fairly quickly into the story, which was nice, and it quickly becomes apparent its father is a vampire. The author did a really great job of capturing Lilly’s frustration, anger (mainly at Antonio), and strength throughout the story. But when she leaves Australia that’s when the book takes a turn for the worse.

In the previous books the author incorporated all of the characters so seamlessly into the story, I honestly don’t know how she did it.
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I am forever a fan of Lily and Ezra so it's great to finally get the last of the tril of their story. S.D. is also, quickly, becoming one of my favorite authors. That being said, I can't only give this book a 4 star, possibly a 4.5. While i'm thrilled with the way the story turned out/ended for the Lyzra/Ezly/SweetheartxBaby ship--plus the new and instant fave ship PRECIOUS & HONEY!!! OMG!!!--considering how much time was put into King Cave, the story could have been longer, more detailed. There could have just been a little bit more.


Isa is adorable and I love the love her previously declared never-having-kids parents shower her with. I can just imagine/tell she's going to be some powerful and super ornery little vamp-hybrid. With a papa, grandpapas, and mama like she's got, absolutely spoiled silly, sweetheart. It's great seeing Ezra and Lily go from the first babysitting duty/punishment, screaming and gagging and swearing on babysitting birth-control to loving on their baby and swearing on murder if the other even thinks of taking Isa away.

After the year apart and the harsh pain they'd experienced because of their memory wipe/mind rape, I would have liked a lengthier resistance between Ezra and Lily when they first found out about their marriage. After having gone through the mental and physical hardships of breaking the law and suffering the punishments it would have made more sense if the two would have somehow cultivated a new/fresh attraction toward one another despite knowing they were breaking law, rather than the taboo they had assumed in the previous book. It would have been fun seeing Lil and Ezra playing a couple harsh pranks on one another, stemming from their first, initial 'meeting', if they had more time in King Shadow.
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