Night Star (The Immortals #5)
First of all, this is the most slow paced book ever. No excitement, no nada. Okay so, Ever discovers that she was a slave in one of her past lives, who lost who family in a fire, and who was her hero? Damen. He rescued her by buying her, by later going back to try and buy her family. Little did he know that Roman snuck in the night a light the place in flames. Jude, who was also part of the salved family, decides to give it a go and try to win her back. Which, like always, he ends up butting in.Damon, the sweetest guy I’ve ever read about, ends up protecting Stacia. Ever’s enemy, thanks to God that she understands why he needs to protect her; she reminds her of herself with the hoodies, and the iPod. While Heaven tries her best to separate Damon from Elena, she blames her for the death of Roman.Jude, a lost cost. I don’t even know why he is STILL in the picture. Why would you butt in a relationship if you know it will never work? If you had a chance to see the past, and know parts of the future, wouldn’t you want to change it? Yes. But when it’s obvious that you are not meant to be with that person, then why keep butting in? You are only going to hurt yourself over and over again.
Finally, when Ever is going through the death experience all over again and ends up in Shadowland, she sees who she is really meant to be, and that her feelings for Damen were never mistaken. He is the man she loves and desires the most. End of Story.
I just hope the last book (Everlasting) is better than Shadowland, Dark Flame, and obviously Night Star.