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10 thoughts on “Eternal Promise Between Worlds #3

  1. says:

    355 faery colored starsThis book wandered way above my expectations From the first two books I had expected it to be a uick book with no much development going on but I was totally wrong The story took on an exciting turn and the ending makes me want to pick up the seuel right now PLOT We are once again back into the faery realm with Rylie an Aurorian faery or speaking in clichés – The Chosen One Rylie lea

  2. says:

    45 Stars Wow really great story By the end I could feel the attachment I had made with the characters and that feeling of

  3. says:

    This was another good read in the series Rylie is trying to balance life between both worlds Then something bad happens in the faery world She is then on a mission to help Kallan stop his sister from destroying the light world Overall the ending was good However it will be interesting to see how things will turn out for her friend in the ne

  4. says:

    You won't be disappointed with this series This was my favorite of the three so far and can't wait to finish with the fourth Absolutely loved this book the way the story unfolded itself and how we got to see rylie grow from an immature girl to a strong capable faery leader I actually liked to see all the changed and str

  5. says:

    This book was fine but I felt the writing was a little weird The characters said some unnatural sounding things and the editing seem a bit rushed There were a few times when I couldn't keep track of pronouns or who was speaking I loved the pl

  6. says:

    So bittersweetSo first off I'm glad that rylie and Kallen are together they are so cute Ok so this book was amazing talia I loved the plot of this story pure gold Oh and Sierra and drake no words can describe them together but really talia come on this better have a happy ending Overall I've absolutely loved the series so far and am super excited to see what's in store for rylie

  7. says:

    Great bookThis series just keeps getting better and better I loved this book And of course cliff hanger so I’m reading

  8. says:

    This series is a page turner I could not wait to read the other books I just love it

  9. says:

    Does engine else feel that Dakota Fanning should play Satine if a movie happens

  10. says:

    Although these are aimed at YA and I presume females I am enjoying the series Rylie and Kallan work together to take on a dark faerie who is trying to take over the faerie realms less teen angst and growing into her new life for Rylie

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Free download ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ë Talia Jager

Ontinues to learn about the faery world and her connection to it After several fey go missing the time comes for her to take her place Rylie is s. This book was fine but I felt the writing was a little weird The characters said some unnatural sounding things and the editing seem a bit rushed There were a few times when I couldn t keep track of pronouns or who was speaking I loved the plot and the pacing was good too I just sometimes found myself pulled out of the world the author had created and since it s such an interesting world I was a little disappointed I will definitely read the next book though

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Eternal Promise Between Worlds #3

Hocked when the investigation leads to the discovery of Satine Kallan’s evil half sister who plans on completely destroying the light faery wor. This series is a page turner I could not wait to read the other books I just love it Missing, Assumed Dead of Satine Kallan’s evil half sister who plans Eat It (Harder, on completely destroying the light faery wor. This series is a page turner I could not wait to read the The Fever King (Feverwake, other books I just love it

Free download ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ë Talia Jager

Rylie has chosen the dark faery prince Kallan and has been swept away by the faery world There’s much to being the Aurorian than she knew She c. 45 Stars Wow really great story By the end I could feel the attachment I had made with the characters and that feeling of really caring about them Again I love the uniueness of the story I love where it s going and I love the originality of all the characters Character development I m glad that many characters have developed but I m most impressed with Rylie s character From the first book she has changed so much I like how she doesn t like standing at the sidelines while everyone else is fighting and sometimes she actually goes out there and fights with her powers I love love love the moral of the story and the unity of light and dark faeries It s very strong and powerful While I enjoyed reading this book I also noticed some little writing problems At some spots I felt like there was too much telling instead of showing Instead of straight up telling what happens put some sensory details so we can see what she is doing Rylie touched the earth Vs Rylie s hands weaved into the smooth grass and met with the soft earth sending waves of harmony through out her body Also I noticed too many sentences began with I This problem s bound to happen but an easy fix I held Kallan s hand and smiled Vs Holding Kallan s hand I smiled It makes it flow and the sentences sound interesting and not all the same Another thing I saw was a little bit of wordiness A good thing to do is go over the writing and read I aloud Anywhere you stumble and have a hard time speaking the sentence you know it should be reworded Lastly there were points where I felt rushed If you want to move that uickly that s okay but that means a sentence that wraps up the scene and a smooth transition should be in place Overall wonderful book It was so magical like always and I can t wait until I can read the next book Keep up the great work PS as I read I ve been getting inspired to write my book I m working on I mean every book I read does that in some way but with this book it kept happening again and again I would read and then something would spark an idea and would have to write it down