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But for as long as she can remember, Haven has experienced visions of a past life as a girl named Constance, whose love for a boy called Ethan ended in a fiery tragedy. Just, my idea of an ideal boyfriend let’s ignore the fact that he’s supposed to be dead.
She knows her love must be there. There were about 5 pages covering 2 short chapters where there w I had been waiting for over a year for our library to order this book so it was with much anticipation to finally be able to delve into this mystery. I really don’t know what to say about the characters.
The Eternal Ones
So when I first picked up the book it took a little bit to remember the whole story exactly. One wrong move could lead her into the clutches of the sinister villain at the center of a conspiracy much larger than she could have ever imagined. Jan 06, Brandon Perez rated it really liked it.
The villains, while not exactly as well crafted as the other characters, retain their sinisterliness yes I made that up and are sufficiently threatening. That’s what makes them interesting Once again I was caught up in the termoil that Haven must feel all the time. When she finally makes it there she finds herself right in the middle of a mystery that involves murder.
I wanted Hazel to choose him kinda because he did seem kinda stalkerish but it was out of love! Nov 17, Krsiten rated it did not like it. Her parents believed her, because a small child could not possibly have invented so many facts about buildings, circumstances and persons. Then as Haven started having episodes of passing out and remembering a love she could not get a handle on, she decides to go to New York.
This would be the girl who changes her own opinion based solely on what she’s heard most recently from other people? It went from bad to ugly. I was soooooo satasified with this book and then it ends making me have to go buy and the other one! There are some characters who are interesting, but the thing that I found really upsetting is that it seems the author has no sense of driving a plot forward.
The Eternal Ones (Eternal Ones, #1) by Kirsten Miller
The romance was a little bit too fast for me, but at the same time they have been in love for many lifetimes so it was understandable. She’ll seek the help of the Horae an ancient line of eternal ones. At least that was how it was for me. Apr 09, Dark Faerie Tales rated it liked it Mil,er The Eternal Ones will invoke readers to feel, think and try to guess all sorts of things. Despite all my lives, I’m still only human. Published August 24th by Razorbill first published August 1st Tidmore and spends more time with her new gay sidekick Beau Becker, who is — because of his sexual preferences — the other openly declared freak in the little bible-belt town called Slope City.
It is just not convincing and it etermos emotional punch. Constance was madly in love with a man named Ethan, but they both tragically died in a fire over ninety years ago. Eternal Ones 2 books.
And then, eventuallyit falls apart. And he can’t forget her, he needs to have her! That totally threw me off — okay so like I was saying, I felt like I knew Beau, I felt his frustration with his best friend. As the two rush back to New York Haven stumbles across the Horae, a miler of 12 sisters who have been spen Haven Moore has been living in Rome for the past year with Iain Morrow and running her own chic clothing boutique.
Deseos (Eternos, #2) by Kirsten Miller
Characters I really loved Haven, most likely because I could see myself in her. Miller writes about small-town prejudice and pressure as town residents turn on Haven.
Kudos to Kirsten Miller! Overall, this is a great read. She snatches it out of my hand and tells me next time! Stir in some controversy: But this is no demon: The last half of the book was so hard to struggle through.