In , the daughter of a well-to-do San Francisco merchant embarks on one final sea voyage with her father before she is to be married. Sailing aboard her father’s ship is all seventeen-year-old Camille Rowen has ever wanted. But as a lady in nineteenth-century San Francisco, her future is set. Sailing aboard her father’s ship is all seventeen-year-old Camille Rowen has ever wanted. But as a lady in San Francisco, her future is set: marry a man.
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Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. Trying to make her way in a world when women had little say in their future, Camille fascinated me. He was not at all who I expected him to be. I A hidden gem! Beautifully written, passionate and full of creative adventure, this book is SO visual that I’m longing for the screen adaptation AND the second book in the trilogy!
This book just wasn’t my cup of tea. Trivia About Everlasting Ever Even though it would have taken months and months for news to get anywhere at that time, I kind of feel like this was a pretty naive attitude for someone with as much common sense as Camille to have. The writing was beautiful, and the plot was very intriguing and thought out very well. Dec 11, Erica daydreamer rated it it was amazing Shelves: The effect is quite incredible.
The Eternal Sea (Everlasting, #2) by Angie Frazier
Not sure I can take any more heartache… And now, regardless of where the story heads, I see nothing but heartache for somebody.
And everladting way of weaving historical and fantasy aspects together in a subtle way made ffrazier a pleasure to read. I hope to read more of Angie Frazier’s novels and perhaps revisit Oscar and Camille again. Throughout the events that transpired in Everlasting, Camille showed true bravery and whole lot of spunk. I absolutely can not wait for the sequel!
Then I just everlassting reading. Hardcoverpages. I can tell that there’s a sequel somewhere in here, dying to emerge and collect its money, but honestly, it’s so flat that I can’t see it. There is some reason why she shouldn’t love him, so instead of treating her with respect and letting her make up her own mind, he is rude and tries to push her away.
So with these two very big strikes against it, my enjoyment of The Eternal Sea was lessened quite a bit.
On a side note, can I say how much I love the cover. Their romance was sweet and perfect. This Book’s Food Designation Rating: Yet in the story Camille wanders about the market without sad lonely young miners following her around like lost puppies.
The magic in this book, in my opinion, is elevated onto a whole new level. If she does not follow the magic of the curse of Umandu, her life and Ocar’s could be in grave danger. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. So, when I started this one, I wondered if I would have to reread Everlasting to know what was going on. It had been real.
Like I’ve said before, I’m not into historical romance very much but I always try them anyways. I would revommend this one to anyone that likes a sweet love story mixed with action and adventure. Jul 01, Barbara rated it liked it Shelves: Saddened by this, she travels to Port Adelaide with the company of Oscar, a young sailor who’s been her father’s assistant all this while ever since her father had took him under his wing many years ago.
I loved all the action in this story. The Perfect Storm 2. It’s got romance, action, history, magic, danger, AND it’s set in the beautiful, intriguing country of Australia.
I feel so fortunate to have read an ARC of everlastiing book before it comes out in June! Everlasting’s strongest point, in my opinion, was its characters, especially the heroine. The first book was awesome.
He and Camille, wow just wow! It was very refreshing. I also found the Guardian unnecesary and extremely annoying.
Everlasting (Camille Rowen, book 1) by Angie Frazier
The way it w I am not even sure how I came across this book, but once I saw it, I fell in love with the cover. One of the things I love most about reading brand new authors is that you never know how their books will turn out. Yet this seems to have had no effect on the San Fransisco in this book. This book picked off where the second one left off. Angie Frazier has done it again.
Angie is a masterful story teller who weaves fantasy and romance. With equal parts adventure and romance, Everlasting is sensational! Believable reactions and a very beautiful prose also add to the overall nature of this book. I did find that this book took me a little longer to get back into the story, but by the middle of the book I was completely hooked and couldn’t put it down!
Like I said, a comfort read. Turns out the stone isn’t through with Oscar and Camille.