Book 1. Embrace. Violet Eden is dreading her seventeenth birthday dinner. After all, it’s hard to get too excited about the day that marks the anniversary of your. Book Review: Embrace by Jessica Shirvington. Posted on March 9, Title: Embrace. Author: Jessica Shirvington. Genre: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal. Violet Eden’s life is thrown into disorder on her seventeenth birthday when Lincoln, her training partner and the object of her affection, reveals to her that they are.
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Seriously, I wanted to scream this from the rooftops when he didn’t appear.
Jul 24, Nic rated it it was ok Recommends it for: I can see why teenage girls like it and I will probably listen to the series, but not the most engrossing story.
Uuhhhhgggg I can’t even find the appropriate word but yeah, I hate Phoenix’s guts. Paperbackpages.
Embrace (The Violet Eden Chapters, #1) by Jessica Shirvington
It gets old, trust me. There is so much action that it gets your heart racing along with the events that unfold.
But I’m not the target audience. I’ve read this series three times and listened once. It annoyed me to no end that she would even question Shigvington feelings for her when it was rather obvious in the beginning. There was quite a bit more action, and it felt like you were able to form better connections with the characters in this book, which was great because I loved a lot of them from the first one.
View all 43 comments. But in all these cases, in no way they deserve it. Not all Aussi’s sound like this I’m Australian, but even I find this narrator’s voice grating. Also he was barely in the book and I missed him and Violets interactions. This book is just as perfect as I remember. View all 6 comments.
I really liked the different angel spin Shirvington put on this story. I think I actually expected to not love it as much as I did since I remembered that it was my least favourite.
As well as resolving some of the issues they have with their relationship.
I highly recommend it! Yep, I saw that coming once Violet introduced her crush on him. Seriously the tables at food courts are so close together you can hear everything so obviously it is not the best place in the world to tell her!
Embrace: Emblaze : Book 3
There are plenty of action and mystery with a profusion of surprises and secrets. In a way I get how embrave love she is, yet I can’t help but find humor in it because it’s so darn cheesy. And exactly how much of a hold does Phoenix have over Violet, and will he use it against her and the Grigori? AND, the romance, plot and pretty much everything improved. Spoilers Look Embface had great expectations when I stared to read this book.
And I was like: Out of the two love interests that Violet had, Lincoln was my favorite. Jan 16, Nic rated it liked it Shelves: She did make mistakes and was stubborn but it mad 4.
And while this book isn’t as kick-ass as Hush, Hush, it’s still special in it’s own way. Some sequels are bad or just dont match up, this was not one of those books. I was surprised that Violet took in the fact that she’s part angel so quickly! Here are some things I liked and disliked about this book to justify why I gave it 3.
The major characters too are capable of showing their flaws and unexpected strengths as much as their honed and toned bodies, which is refreshing and keeps this aesthetically unchallenged cast interesting and real.
My body kept folding in on itself to cringe at the writing style and the protagonist thoughts. When angels fell from the sky to war with the demons that ravaged Earth, their combined powers infected humanity. See all 10 questions about Embrace…. He can control water – just like his brothers can control fire, wind, and earth. As soon as I woke up, I had it in my hands again and I was turning the pages hungrily!
Cancel anytime and keep your audiobooks.
Because of this, you don’t have to be a fan of the supernatural genre to get caught up in Embrace.