Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Eternal Echoes by Anastasia Virgas and Stella Price Book Review

Eternal Echoes (A Sisters of The Divine Novel) by Anastasia Virgas 
Genre: Paranormal, Romance, New Adult
Publisher: Sister's Price Publishing
Published Date: October 8th, 2013

Goodreads Blurb:

Ariston Dago is a sentry, a protector for his people. He watches the waters of his territory, keeping his god and his race safe both above and below the murky depths around Venice, Italy. When he’s compelled to save a human that falls from a transport, his life is forever changed, because the human he saves, Teagan Moss, is his mate, the first human to ever mate a Dagonite. Teagan Moss is the kind of woman to shoot first and then question the body later. When she wakes with a Hydro bomb strapped to her body, she knows someone is going to pay for trying to kill her, and that she is going to need the help of the sexy exotic Dagonite to find out who exactly needs that bullet in their brain. What she doesn't count on, is the scorching attraction she feels for the male who is so certain she is his. Thrust into solving the mystery surrounding the attempt on his mate's life, Ari and Teagan uncover more than the answers they are looking for, and the truths they unearth could send the world into another war.

*copy provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review*

I've never read a book quite like this before and it kind of threw me at first. When I seen octopus I'm like WHOA! Hold on there but strangely it works. You'll be intrigued by the dynamic between the races. 

The book was written pretty well. The main characters Ari and Teegan develop an otherworldly type of relationship that at first may seem strange but is romantic and maintains it's steam throughout the book and only gets more intense as the story goes on. 

I liked the cast of characters. They made the story easier to understand and more fun to read. I also liked that none of the female characters were weak and held their own. No damsel in distresses here!

My only issue was I was a little thrown off by the constant swearing but luckily it didn't take away from the story too much. Otherwise I think readers will enjoy this interesting and intriguing cast of characters and the love that blooms as a result of some unusual happenings.


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