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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Eternally Yours by Cate Tiernan. After years of living, Nastasya Crowe should have more of a handle on this whole immortal thing After a deadly confrontation at the end of Darkness Fallsthe second Immortal Beloved novel, Nastasya Crowe is, as she would put it, so over the drama.

She fights back against the dark immortals with her own brand of kick-butt magick In the satisfying finale to the Immortal Beloved trilogy, ex-party-girl immortal Nastasya ends a year-old feud and learns what “eternally yours” really means. Laced with historical flashbacks and laugh-out-loud dialogue, the Immortal Beloved trilogy is a fascinating and unique take on what it would mean to live forever.

Hardcoverpages. Published November 6th by Poppy first published January 1st Nastasya CroweReyn. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Eternally Yoursplease sign up.

Whatever happened between Roberto and Nasty in the 60’s???

Jasmin If only they had touched base on that! I’d love to know what secret they shared. See all 3 questions about Eternally Yours…. Lists with This Book. Mar 21, Bgurl don’t h8 me cuz I’m honestful rated it did not like it Shelves: In lkz case I would think you were crazy, or perhaps came into this story late.

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Harry Potter called… He wants his story back! Some guy named The Master transferred millions into my account.

Uhhh… Not ringin’ any bells. As I myself am being saved. I shot River a glance.


So, she spends tierrnan pages buying up a bunch of vacant shops, hiring a gaggle of townies to rehab them, and renting them to: Then he reached behind the car seat and pulled out… a long sword. From behind the car seat.

I swear to God. I slammed my palm on the dashboard. Perhaps there was a plotting problem. Or, not enough material to sustain three books.

Whatever the excuse, this series clearly ran its course after book 2. And when that happens, there’s only one thing left to do: Click To See Review! For information about my rating system, see my profile page. View all 26 comments. Apr 02, Kai rated it it was amazing Shelves: And so does Nas Crowe, a sarcastic, depressed, sarcastic, funny, and sarcastic year old immortal and protagonist of this series.


I could gush about how much I love this book forever but all I’ll say to you right now is: Go, get the book, sit down, read it. Find more of my books on Instagram. This review is also available over at my blog.

One of the reasons this series is so close to my heart is that me and my best friend shared such love for it and its characters, and it even brought us closer together in a way. She passed away this February, and even though it was one of the most painful experiences I’d ever had to go through, I still found myself smiling and even laughing when I took a whole day to skim through the entire series. I think This review is also available over at my blog.

I think another reason why I love Nastasya so much is because she reminds me so much of my best friend, sass and sarcasm and all. And reading this series again, even if it was just a skim-through, really made me feel like I was hanging out with my best friend again, and I pretended that she was right there beside me reading with me, even though we’ve never physically met in real life before because I met her online.

It may sound cheesy, but I felt her there with me. This was just a random ramble of how truly amazing I think this series is, and I really don’t understand why it’s not as hyped as it deserves to be.

One of the very few series’ that I’m truly, emotionally invested on, and it’s close to my heart for many reasons. My best friend being the main one, cause like I said, it brought us even more closer together. And for that, I thank you, Cate Tiernan. This series is over. What else do I have to live for? No but seriously, this series was just Argh, it was such an amazing ride. I had to get this book as fast as possible when it came out because I just couldn’t wait to return to River’s Edge and to all those characters that I absolutely adore.

In this final installment, things are going pretty well for Nastasya, until River’s brothers start visiting River’s Edge, claiming that Nasty is a danger to everyone and wanting her to leave. They say this because strange dark things have been happening, and the brothers think that Nasty is a spy and has something to do with all of it.

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Immortals are being killed around the world, and the immortals at River’s Edge might be facing a war soon. Holy shit, you guys, this bitch Ugh, I inmorrtal even.

My god, she is literally my most favorite YA heroine of all time. In this book we get to see more vulnerability from her as she starts a project on making the little town of West Lowing a better place, and she feels a little overwhelmed with the gratitude she receives from inmotal residents from doing this good deed.

She also has some commitment issues with Reyn, but we’ll get to that later. I could go on and on gushing about this flawless bitch, but I’m not going to. But I will say without a doubt she is the best YA heroine of all time in my book. Reyn is probably the most complex hero I’ve ever read about. He’s just extremely hard to read.


But I will say that I was surprised at how open he was in this book in sharing more of his past with Nastasya. We’re even treated to an almost-sex scene with the two. Almost because Nasty was thrown off guard by Reyn’s confession, which I was surprised cause I thought Nasty felt the same way. I mentioned the whole Amy and Reyn thing in my review of the second book, and how it was never resolved, and I got the idea that in ttiernan book it just became nonexistent.

And you know what inmoftal me also? That Amy turned out to be really awesome. I enjoyed lus where she completely told Ottavio—River’s older brother—off, since he spends pretty much the whole book being the most pompous douchecanoe on the face of the planet.

I’ve said it before that I think this series is more character-based and toned down on the action, sort of, but we’re treated to a pretty epic final battle scene nearing the end.

The final chapter had me grinning from ear to ear and almost tearing up. I’m so sad that this awesome series is over, but I thought it ended perfectly. If there’s any one of you that’s still skeptical about reading this series?

View all 4 comments. May 17, Ashley Brooke rated it it was amazing. Oh Reyn, I already miss you! Best male lead lluz a book series in a LONG time!

The wait will not be easy! Not my favorite in the series but a decent finale, all the same. This book fell somewhere in between, not nearly as good as the first installment, but way better than the second.

I’m glad to finally get some closure, but at the same time, the build-up between Nastasya and Reyn that’s been brewing since inortal 1 became almost pointless when Tiernan decided to view spoiler [jump from the two of them being “confused” about each other, to them living together months after the final battle!

I wanted some revelations, some declarations, not the lazy cop-out that every hack romance writer uses when they’re feeling lazy. A lot of it was predictable, as well. The big bad revealed at the end isn’t catte of a surprising twist since the reader is tipped off to it pretty glaringly about halfway through the book. Nothing shocked, nothing really excited, lu there was more whining from Nastasya about how she’s “inherently dark” and is going to ruin everyone lhz everything around her.

Cate Tiernan also tried injortal patience with the close calls ccate Nas and Reyn, and the constant bickering and walking away.