Enter the realm of the Immortals—the# 1 New York Times bestselling series that 's been acclaimed as breathtaking, mesmerizing, flawless, and extraordinary.

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 when their long-awaited destiny is finally within reach, a powerful curse falls upon Damen ... one that wil estroy everything. Now a single touch of their hands or a soft brush of their lips could mean sudden death—plunging Damen into the Shadowland. Desperate to break this curse and save Damen, Ever immerses her herself in magick— and gets help from an unexpected source—a surfer named Jude.

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 abilitie and a mysterious past. She ’ s trul believed Damen to be her soulmate and one true love—and she still elieves 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….
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Published November 17th 2009 by St. Martin's Griffin

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Damen removes himself from the situation while she figures things out and in the eantime, she accidentally aligns herself with Roman when he poisons her best girlfrien, Haven, and Ever must decide whether to save Haven by making her immortal or letting her die but getting the antidote that they wan.

I 'll let you uess what she did.

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I liked thi las two books!

I liked the introduction of the “ shadowland ” but it just lacked substance in the plot overall.

ostly because I didn ’ t always feel that something is resolved from the nex ook.

Something I knew about thi series was there ...

they ere just overshadowed by things I didn ’ t like.At this point, I ’ m really going to continue to read he series.

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Still though I just found out that in the first series there ’ s someone named like me – Jude ( and it ’ s the guy, why are the Jude ’ s always guys?)- not even this, is lookin to make read more.

[ UPDATE: This series has ended, I actually did the unspeakable and just read the next two pages of the final book and ...

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I will probably have some wine and hocolate and calm the hell down but I fail to et review over and done so I wil ove on and purge it from my memory which fortunately for me ( in the case) isn ’ t ery good anyway.If you haven ’ t read the previous books in this series they are Evermore and Blue Moon and you really haven ’ t missed much.

In Evermore she was made an immortal by drinking “ immortal juice ” given to her by her perfect, gorgeous, immortal boyfriend and soul mate Damen.

They expec to have sex ( oh so very bad) but can ’ t touch because braniac Ever trusted a villain named Roman in Blue Moon and now her body fluids are toxic to Damen.

In Shadowland, they attempt to mak an antidote so they can finally “ be together ” ( euphemism courtesy of the poet, I must ’ ve used much naughtier terms), Ever doesn ’ t hea ( again) and gets herself into further trouble and then a new character named Jude ( who is gorgeous and dreadlocked and gets Ever all a-flutter, shameless hussy that she is) is introduced because what thi world needs now is another lame love triangle.If I sound a mite sarcastic I ’ m sorry but I ’ m beyond irritated by these shallow and dimension-less characters.

But Damen is still totally amazing and crapping out white tulips and we are continually brutalized with Ever ’ s endless descriptions of his physical perfection.

particularly, I won ’ t go there and spoil things for you in case you ’ re still wanting to read it.I realize I ’ m rambling but this series is just merel a ba one, if you ’ re tellin me.

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I loved Evermore because I found Ever to be such a great haracter and I eally admired her, but stil she 's just nnoying.

And ot to sound mean or anything, but I migh have preferred that Ever let Haven die not just ecause it will have been the right hing to do but because Haven is one of he most awkward characters in the spinof and I should have been thrille to be rid of her.

Only, now that she is an evi, I xpect she 's comin to play an even bigger part in the remainde of the ooks ( and according to the summary of Dark Flame, she should hav more annoying and selfish than usual).

Bah!! I know that tha is lookin to e a common occurence in this series-Ever making a stupid, impulsive decision and making everything worse.

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