Series Review: Dark Flame, Night Star, and Everlasting by Alyson Noël
This is book 4 in Noël's Immortals saga and I wasn't very crazy about this book. I just felt like there wasn't a whole lot going on. As the summary above reveals, Ever has gotten herself into a bit of mess, as she's been messing with magicks and accidentally binds herself to psycho Roman. She's drawn to him and instead of confessing to Damen how she messed up the spell, like she should have-she turns to Jude, who always seems to be in the wrong place and the wrong time.
Haven's transition to Immortal life is not going well.... at all. Haven is reckless and does not care about consequences. She becomes obsessed with her power to the point that she is on a path to self-destruction.
I honestly wasn't crazy about this book either, but I did like it better than the previous one, mainly because we got to glimpse some of Ever's past lives and just how deep her connection to Jude really went.
Damen and Ever are yet again facing the issue that Damen witholds things from her- things she feels she has a right to know. It's your classic, he won't tell her everything because of fear of what will happen, and she acts impulsively to find out the truth.
Haven, ugh. Such a pain in the ass if you ask me. She is hell bent on destroying Ever and Jude and almost succeeds.
Overall, not a bad book, but I was ready for the last one at this point.
I actually really liked this book. It concluded really well and I loved how absolutely everyone and everything came together.
Sure, Damen was irritating for a bit, per usual, but finally got his head out of his ass and made the right decisions. Ever really transformed in these last two books. Finally, she is making decisions the way she is supposed to, even at the cost of her and Damen's happiness. She realizes what must be done and does it. I admire her for that.
I think this was a decent series and I do not regret reading it.