Book #2 Immortal Essence Series
Date Published: 11/9/12
Venus has become immortal, just as she always wanted. In the process she hurt Zaren, lost Michael, and destroyed her family.
At least that's what she believed.
Turns out Ramien, the god of her planets' underworld, has her parents, and Michael.
To save them, Venus makes a deal. She must complete three trials. They seem impossible. They certainly won't be easy. Worst of all, someone she loves won't make it out alive.
This is Book #2 in a series. Be sure to pick up Exiled (Which is FREE) before this one! ; )
In an overly YA Paranormal saturated book market, this Sci-Fi series about aliens really steps up to battle with all of the Paranormal stories out there.
The writing and plot were well executed and the continuation from the first book kept readers engaged the whole way through. I read books 1 and 2 back to back. I always love it when other books in a series are already out when I start a new one. I am not patient. I HATE Waiting! ; )
There is still a book 3 to come in this series and RaShelle has a bit of making up to do in my opinion. There is a Love Triangle in this series and the way it ends will surprise you. You may be in the boat of thinking the wrong guy won. But that always happens to someone because not everyone is on the same TEAM.
All in all great series. Can't wait to read Book 3.
Wishes are like the wings on a butterfly—frail and easily destroyed.
Still, as I watched Kelari’s second sun sink into the Alayeahean Sea, I offered one.
“I wish to find my parents.”
In answer, a frothy wave slapped the sand. Its edges clambered between my toes, a cooling balm, before retreating. I stepped back.
When it came to the sea I was a lurker, an admirer, definitely not a partaker, though I did love the sound of the surf as it broke along the shore. The sea baffled me though. An entity I didn’t understand and had no control over. The waves, the tides, and the creatures beneath . . . all of it left me frightened.
I closed my eyes, and took a deep breath, the salty air clinging to my insides. The wind whipped against my braid and sent my light dress skittering around me like a dancing kite.
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