Title: Eternally Devoted
Tess Jennings, who has been gifted with the ability to see ghosts, struggles to help the Grand Master of the Animus, Alexander, cross over. She might even have discovered who murdered him, but she has no way to prove it.
Adding to her pile of failures, Tess must accept a harsh reality—she has officially run out of time. The closer she gets to an answer to save her ghost lover, Kipp McGowen, the more she’s realizing she’s been searching for an answer she didn’t want to find.
Tess will have to make difficult choices, and her decisions will lead to consequences she cannot predict. Will Kipp finally take a living breath again, or will Tess take her last and join him in the Netherworld forever?
Author: Stacey Kennedy
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Takedown , Werewolves Be Damned, Claimed, Bared
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Night Fall
Published by Self Source: Author
Published: March 29, 2013
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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I could easily sum this review up in one simple sentence. It finally happened. That is why I’ve read the Frostbite series. It is why you should read the series. Stacey has done an amazing job of not only building an insane amount of anticipation for the happily every after that readers have been wanting Tess and Kipp to find, but she has maintained it through each book in this series all while raising it more in each book. She has kept mystery and conflict fresh.
Tess never wanted to communicate with the dead. Her goal in life was never to be a law enforcement official who has a passion for solving crimes. Her curse or ability has taken her down this path. She now finds herself dealing with people who are using her ability to serve their own agenda. All Tess wants is to help Kipp with his dilemma. The closer she gets to that solution the further away the resolution becomes. Tess deserves so much more than the little breadcrumbs she gets.
Eternally Devoted was the perfect conclusion to the Frostbite series. Tess has a new level of her acceptance with her ability, when given a choice about how to precede with it in her life she makes some shocking decisions. She has really grown as a character. Of course with any story told in first person point of view I feel like I missed out on Kipp some. I would love to know how he felt about certain aspects from his perspective.
The Frostbite series should be read in order. I feel that readers would miss out on some important events if they tried to read these books without starting at the beginning.