Book Review: Eternity by Teresa Federici
categories: Book, Vampire, Witches, Werewolves, Immortal, Magic, Paranormal Romance
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Teresa Federici about this book: The formidable romance of Anna Greer and Gareth Macgregor transcends time, dances sensually between mysticism and enchantment, and unlocks secrets of the past and of turbulence to come. Anna is an unassuming scientist whose dormant reality is sent spiraling out of control with the introduction of Gareth, the CEO of her research facility. He unwittingly thrusts them into a world of creatures of darkness that lay in waiting for their prey. The enemy is formidable and will stop at nothing to prevent Gareth from discovering a cure for vampirism. Can Anna harness a power greater than anything she has ever known, or will it be their damnation? Eternity is book 1 of the Immortals and Magick trilogy.
I was inspired to write this book based on a song I heard driving home from work. The song, The Lighthouses Tale by Nickel Creek, is told from the perspective of a lighthouse. The lighthouse keeper and his true love were to spend their lives together but, she perishes suddenly in a shipwreck. He plunges mournfully into the sea, to be with his lost love. It made me think what kind of man would love a woman so much and what if he could not take his life to be with her? What if he were damned to eternal grieving without hope of seeing his true love again?
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An entertaining adult vampire romance
What a great read! I don't usually go in for paranormal stories, but a friend recommended it and I wasn't disappointed! The love story is fresh, the characters are real, and the action is fast-paced. Anna isn't a coward and she doesn't hide behind Gareth-she's fiesty, but not hard. Gareth is a perfect blend of modern and old-fashioned and isn't a cro-magnon man, nor is he a wuss. The secondary characters are just as entertaining, and I can't wait to read the second book! I hope to hear more from this author in the future :) [by Janine Taylor]