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You can run from your destiny, but you cant hideIvy thought that she and Adrian had conquered their fates Yet with thousands of innocents still trapped in the demon realms, shes determined to locate the final hallowed weapon and harness its unparalleled power to free them But the last relic nearly put Ivy in the gravetheres probably no coming back from this one.Adrians dark lineage has made him the most powerful of his kind, yet even his incredible abilities might not be enough now Instead, the treacherous fate he has fought so hard to escape might be the only way he can save Ivy Their undeniable bond has been tested before, but never with so much on the line Now fate will come head to head against true love, and nothing theyve endured can prepare Ivy and Adrian for the unthinkable choices theyll faceDont miss the earth shattering conclusion to New York Times bestselling author Jeaniene Frosts Broken Destiny series...

Title : The Brightest Embers: A Paranormal Romance Novel (A Broken Destiny Novel)
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ISBN : 0373789424
ISBN13 : 978-0373789429
Format Type : Massmarketpaperback
Language : Deutsch
Publisher : -
Number of Pages : 280 Pages
File Size : 978 KB
Status : Available For Download
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The Brightest Embers: A Paranormal Romance Novel (A Broken Destiny Novel) Reviews

  • OU
    2019-02-03 13:41

    I’ve loved every other series and most novellas this woman has written. The Night Prince series is immortalized as one of my favorites. Who doesn’t love Cat and Bones adventures? And don’t get me started on my love for Mencheres and my lust to read Ian’s series. With that said, I read this series with the same high expectations but I knew since the first book, Frost’s literary magic wasn’t here. The Broken Destiny series is imaginative but very linear and mildly complex. I could feel what Frost was trying to do: lead us through a labyrinthine web of complicated ethos and pathos. But it’s hard to write a story about denying/complying with fate without writing in dizzying, boring circles. She took a clear route that at moments made me smile or stir me with anxiety. But overall, I didn’t feel the gamut of emotions she typically evokes. I didn’t bind as deeply as I would have liked to with either heroes or the villain. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the HEA. Though if I’m honest, I’m really just relieved to say I’ve finished the series...

  • Kindle Customer
    2019-02-07 15:33

    This book is not what I've come to expect from this author. It contained none of the humor, wit, adventure, and pacing of any of Frost's earlier works. I struggled to get through the banality of it ("Oh Ivy, you're awesome sauce." "No, Adrian, you're extra special awesome sauce, and we're even better awesome sauce together." Over and over again. Unless you have a compulsive need to finish the series, there is nothing for you in this book. You already know from the story-line how the ending will go, and the journey to get there through this book is tedious at best. I would have given it one star, but this is truly a talented and amazing author, and one that I will continue to faithfully read....if she can get her sh*t together.

  • Hatter1
    2019-02-13 15:29

    I’ve really enjoyed this series. This first two books were great, interesting world and plot line, interesting characters. I’ve always felt these didn’t quite hit the high of the Cat & Bones series, but I was certainly eagerly anticipating each instalment. I felt The Brightest Embers was the worst of the three I’m afraid. I’m not sure what’s happened, but the first half of the book felt like someone else wrote it. It was very juvenile and “first time author”-ish with very little depth and everything seemed to be very rushed. I still enjoyed it but felt let down. The ending also seemed very abrupt, with a particular thread developing in the later half of the book and then BAM! the end and you get no epilogue or final chapter to see what happened next. I found that really disappointing.

  • Samantha Jane
    2019-01-28 11:52

    This book is the conclusion to the Broken Destiny Trilogy. I enjoyed this book as I have enjoyed everything I have read by Jeaniene Frost. I don't think Ms. Frost is capable of writing a bad book.

  • Angela
    2019-02-07 12:55

    This is the series of diminishing returns, I'm afraid. The first book started out with a lot of promise- some decent chemistry between the leads, an inventive plot with high stakes, and a few laugh out loud lines that we've come to expect from Frost. Unfortunately, by the time we get to the third and final book in the series, it's all gone. Ivy and Adrian are awful together and make no sense. Jasmine behaves like a middle school brat. Worst of all, once you make it to the end of the book, you realize the plot has no stakes. Zero.

  • Kay
    2019-02-03 10:51

    Loved this series. Read books 2 and 3 in 2 days, thank heavens I'm retired! Very satisfying final book, and Jeaniene Frost has a truly wonderful imagination. She kept me glued to the pages, and I just can't figure out how her mind works, but work it does. This has more twists and turns than "the Dragon's Tail", a road just up the way from my home in TN., and she is able to put her protagonists Ivy and Adrian in totally insurmountable situations, and then somehow extricate them from the mess. I kept thinking that she was going to have to sacrifice many more of my beloved characters than she did, but boy, she's really hard on the heart and emotions!