Eternal Shade

Eternal Shade by Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti
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Eternal Shade

While Callie closes in on the blood bank in the hopes of rescuing her family, Montana accepts the dangerous task of spying on one of the vampire royals. On the east coast more deaths arise in New York City and Montana soon realizes she’s at the heart of an assassination plot. But if she doesn’t work out who her enemies are fast, she could be their next target.On the west coast, Callie struggles with her newfound feelings for Magnar. And as she grows stronger, more capable and ready to bring down the blood bank, she realizes her time with him could soon be up. In the second installment of the Age of Vampires Saga, two sisters must risk it all to protect each other and try not to fall for their dangerous companions along the way…

Captivating and interesting. I enjoyed Eternal Shade and getting to know the main characters better.

Getting deeper into the courting process was interesting, although I wish there was more involved with that and Montana was able to spend more time with all of them. Would have added good tension and intrigue.

Eternal Shade by Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti was enjoyable and a good read. Interested to see what happens next.

Not worthy of a re-read.

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Is it worthy of a re-read? Let's get to reading and find out. If I love it I might start immediately over again...who knows? Genres: fantasy, romantasy, smut, sci-fi, dark romance, and more! I read on average 2-4 books per week, and average 150+ books per year. I am passionate about reading books and sharing my reviews and discussing books with like minded readers and friends. One of my favorite parts of reading a good book is mentally processing the contents and getting to share my thoughts about it both online and in person with those around me.

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