Eve Collins starts her freshman year at college blissfully unaware that one revelation will challenge everything she's believed to be true about her family, life, and future, and right in the midst of it all is Asher St. Michael. Mysterious and aloof, Asher is appointed to protect Eve at all costs. Bound by his oath of loyalty to mankind, loving her is forbidden.
Dark and enigmatic, Gage Gallagher may be even more dangerous to Eve than the demonic army that hunts her. Caught in the middle of a centuries-old war, Eve must choose sides knowing that the wrong choice will cost more than just her life. Can Asher and Eve fulfill their destinies, or will their love destroy everything?
©2014 Randi Cooley Wilson (P)2016 Tantor
I'm not sure who this book is for. The content is obviously geared towards teenagers and Young Adults... not preteens. However, the writing style, wording and plot development was very practicable and almost spoon feed to you; like something you would expect for a Juvenile reader.
The I love you but I can't have you.... but I love you plot line. Was hard to follow and very annoying.
Annoyance at the writer and annoyance that I bought this book.
Not really that happy with this book or narrator. It dragged on.
some parts were interesting, I kept going cause sometimes it take a bit to get into the book.
NO she sounded like she had a cold the whole series. No difference between the characters.
Absolutely loved the characters and the story!!!!! I had read this twice before and listening to it on audio was just so great!! To have it read to you is so good.
Horrible vocabulary. Cheesy lines. Nothing happened throughout the entire book. Whoever narrated this sounds like she had her nose plugged the whole time.
i feel like there was a lot left unsaid. choppy and readers were expected to catch up. like they never said they told the aunt and then all of a sudden she knows everything? and like the "plan" at the end....? i sure hope the second book provides more connecting details.
I love the premise of the book, but the narrator leaves a lot to be desired. Also hated the way it ended. I think I might read the second installment instead she is so boring she can put me to sleep.
YES. This book starts a little slow, but gets very interisting.
I think the Shade of Vampire's Series. The way the story and the relatopmships were building.
I think yes. But, somethings could be a little more expressive.
Yes, listening this book worth my time.
I'm not sure about the actual storyline of this book as I had to give up after a few chapters. The narration of this book is just too horrible to listen to any more. The narrators voice is really nasal and annoying and her accents are just dreadful. The worst is probably Ash, she just can't seem to decide where he's from. One minutes he sounds Bostonian, then a weird mix between Irish and Welsh, then slips into one of the worst English accents I've heard in a while. I will probably try the Kindle version, although I have to say that what I've heard of the book so far doesn't sound to promising either.
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