Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Shadowland by Alyson Noel

Posted by Angel kk at Wednesday, July 04, 2012

I loved the whole concept of The Immortals.This is the third book in the immortals and there is  lots going on. Roman is still causing havoc. Enter Jude.

The one thing didn't like about this book was the curse on Damen and Ever. Even though I'd love for Jude to sweep Ever off her feet, the  tension between Ever and Damen is insane.  After 600 years, they deserve happiness, but will they ever get it . 
I have to take a moment and mention Haven. So far in the series I have to say that i  haven't  really liked her that much. She seems like such a flake friend and there was something really off about her, but that changed in this book.

The Story

She always believed he was her destiny—but what if fate has other plans?
Ever and Damen have traveled through countless past lives—and fought off the world's darkest enemies—so they could be together forever. But just as their long-awaited destiny is finally within reach, a powerful curse falls upon that could destroy everything. Now a single touch of their hands or a soft brush of their lips could mean sudden death—plunging Damen into a bleak afterlife in the Shadowland, an eternal abyss for lost souls. Desperate to break the curse and save Damen, Ever immerses herself in magick—and gets help from an unexpected source...Jude Knight.
Although she and Jude have only just met, he feels startlingly familiar. Despite her fierce loyalty to Damen, Ever is drawn to Jude, a green-eyed golden boy with magical talents and a mysterious past. She's always believed Damen to be her soul mate and one true love—and she still believes it to be true. But as Damen pulls away to save them from the darkness inhabiting his soul, Ever's connection with Jude grows stronger—and tests her love for Damen like never before...
Rating: 4 stars
Book: Shadowland
 Author: Alyson Noel 
Type: series
Avalible at:  amazon , kmart, Target 


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