While readers will enjoy this anticipated installment in the Immortals series, it seems to drag on, and Ever seems to be rather whiny, as opposed to just taking action. The ending is interesting, but a little too indistinct. This doesn’t really live up to its potential, but it’s still a worthwhile read.

Ever is helping Haven transition into life as an immortal, but with Haven drunk on her newfound powers, their friendship becomes more strained. Ever delves deeper into magick in order to free Damen from Roman’s power. But after mistakenly binding herself to Roman, she’s propelled toward him. Desperate to reverse the curse, she risks everything — her sanity, her powers, even her love. (ST. MARTIN'S GRIFFIN, Jul., 336 pp., $17.99, ISBN: 9780312590970, HC, 12 & Up)
Reviewed by: 
Kelly Brennan