Book 1. Embrace. Violet Eden is dreading her seventeenth birthday dinner. After all, it’s hard to get too excited about the day that marks the anniversary of your. Book Review: Embrace by Jessica Shirvington. Posted on March 9, Title: Embrace. Author: Jessica Shirvington. Genre: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal. Violet Eden’s life is thrown into disorder on her seventeenth birthday when Lincoln, her training partner and the object of her affection, reveals to her that they are.
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She deserves respect because she gained what she did by herself, by hard work and courage. It was as if he had penetrated the deepest layers of my guards and unearthed a truth buried deep within me. The story is OK, but I wouldn’t say it’s fantastic. Jsesica brings me back to the point of a childish writing like in book 1. But he wasn’t as kick-ass as Phoenix.
Phoenix is mysterious, dark and brooding The characters are lackluster; the plot is mind-numbingly familiar and predictable down to the insipid love triangle between Gy Grigori Lincoln and Bad Exile Phoneix.
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He is training her for the dangers that will come, loves and protects her whenever it is needed, is as hurt by keeping secrets for her safety as she is after finding out.
I also must do a jump for joy that there is no ‘brooding, mysterious new guy at school’ present! Just think about it, you see a person discover some great powers due to their heritage, but she is stubborn, stupid and selfish, makes the worst decisions possible, always causes trouble and endangers people surrounding her.
She makes you feel like your in the jessjca going along with her on all her journeys, fights, and most intimate moments. I know that doesn’t make much sense, but you will have to trust me on that. Let’s start with the characters though. Dear God, help me.
What if a microchip could identify your perfect match? So here is my special goodreads spoiler review: The exile who is responsible for the death of his mother has resurfaced and he can think of nothing but revenge. Violet Eden is about to make the most important decision of her life – but being half-human, half-angel doesn’t make it any easier.
There’s some great new characters in this and the love triangle isn’t really there. Some of you may consider this particular point a CON My first publisher-sent book – what a fluke that it was an unbelivable read! The wmbrace problem in this book was the romance.
Out of the two love interests that Violet had, Lincoln was my favorite.
However, each of the guys seems more layered than they originally appear, and I can only guess we’ll be discovering more and more depth about each of them throughout the rest of the series. Violet and shirvvington Plausibility Gap; 2. Language is alright, I guess. Shirvington deliberately kept the locations ambiguous in order to appeal to the overseas market?
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Oh, gosh, was he sexy or what? Thanks for telling us about the problem. This author wrote an amazing book, it was mind blowing. I gave it a shot and simply put: Preview — Enticed by Jessica Shirvington. I should have known, when the Sourcebooks rep told Sarah and I at NCTE that this was her favorite book they had there and we would love it, that I really would, but I was still surprised by how much I liked it. Usually when a boy messes up and does something like framing the girl for a crime he bg, I despise that boy.
Embrace (The Violet Eden Chapters, #1) by Jessica Shirvington
Don’t mean to hurt anyone’s feelings but Look at Patch in Hush Hush. This series has fueled my love for angel books, Jessica does such a good job writing it and really making sure the readers are able to become immersed in a surprisingly riveting story.
One of the main ones I was left with after figuring some things out was, where does Lillith come into play with this whole scenario? Why is it always like that? There was a lot of punching, but some awesome weapons would have been nice.