Friday, June 12, 2015

Double Review: Eternal Light & After the Fall by Inger Iversen

Title: Eternal Light
Author: Inger Iversen

Series: Few Are Angels #3
Publication: May 30th 2015 
Genre: New Adult ~ Paranormal ~ Romance
Purchase: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo
Rating: 4/5

Review copy provided in exchange for an honest review.

Ella has accepted her fate of fifteen years with Aleixandre, but she won’t accept the fact he plans to use his powers to eradicate the Chorý race. Neither his promise to release her early, or allowing Kale to reside with her in the garden house is enough to make Ella change her mind. Instead, Ella, Kale and Jace look for the mysterious Zdrowy, a group of Chorý thought to have been cured of la Luxure.

Kale used to be convinced the Chorý race was nothing but monsters, but do they all deserve to be exterminated? The question plagues Kale as he and Ella search for the mythical group of cured Chorý.

In the final installment of the Few Are Angels series, Ella and Kale are set on a path that not only leads to a cure to the Chorý status, but may offer Kale what he has been chasing his entire immortal life: absolution.

Three years after reading the first Few Are Angels book I finally read Eternal Light. As per usual with Inger Iversen's books I read it in no time. I just couldn't make myself stop reading. It was a fantastic conclusion! And check out how pretty the covers of all the books are. I love them!

It was so great to read again about Ella, Kale and the rest of the gang. I can honestly say that I missed them. Especially Kale and Jace. Those boys just stole my heart. Another great character that was in it, was Sola. We met her in Immortal Heart, the prequel to Few Are Angels. And I was so excited seeing something growing between her and Jace. I'm so shipping that!

The story wasn't very long but I liked how everything got wrapped up. I did feel a little bad for Alex but it was so great seeing him again. He's also a favorite character of mine. Turns out I have A LOT of favorite characters in this series but they're all so unique in their own way. 

I also want to say this series is one of my favorite books that feature vampires. These vampires (and chory and immortals) are very special and different from other books I've read, which is why I love these books. And of course Inger Iversen's writing is amazing. I love it.

Overall, Eternal Light was a great book. Once again I couldn't stop reading a book by Inger Iversen and I simply can't wait for the spin-off of Few Are Angels!

Title: After the Fall
Author: Inger Iversen
Series: Few Are Angels #4
Publication: May 30th 2015 

Genre: New Adult ~ Paranormal ~ Romance
Free on: Amazon
Rating: 4/5

Review copy provided in exchange for an honest review.



Five years after the creation of NOIR, Ella and Kale find themselves searching for a cure once again. Follow Ella and Kale on a journey to save the Chory race while adjusting to their new lives and husband and wife.

After the Fall is a great addition to the end of the Few Are Angels series. First of all I adore that cover. Just look how pretty it is! And aside from that I also really enjoyed reading what's going on with everyone five years after Eternal Light ended. 

This short story was like the last hurdle for Ella and Kale before their lives could really start together, even though by now they've been married for five years. It hasn't been easy for them to adjust in their married life and being a part of NOIR. I'm sad to see them go, obviously, but I'm also happy for them that they can finally be together and leave NOIR up to the others. 

I was also glad to have a glimpse to where Jace and Sola are headed. And what I read in this short story I like very much. In fact, I might've squealed a little bit. And after finishing After the Fall, I'm absolutely excited for the spin-off stories! 

       About the Author:

Inger Iversen was born in 1982 to Anne and Kaii Iversen. She lives in Virginia Beach with her overweight lap cat, Max and her tree hugging boyfriend Joshua. She spends 90 percent of her time in Barnes and Noble and the other ten pretending not to want to be in Barnes and Noble.

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