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Endlessly (Endlessly #1)

3.22 of 5 stars 3.22  ·  rating details  ·  504 ratings  ·  64 reviews
When Ashley walks into a shop run by the vampire, Verloren, they both get the surprise of their lives. Ash is about to learn that she's not just another pretty young woman, while Verloren is astonished to find himself falling in love. But how can a vampire love a human? And what if the human isn't as human as she seems? When Ash's true nature reveals itself, the entire pow ...more
Paperback, 202 pages
Published February 19th 2011 (first published February 17th 2011)
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Originally posted to: Evie-Bookish

Endlessly by C.V. Hunt is a mesmerizing and gripping Paranormal story, with elements of Horror, Fantasy and Romance. It's a highly addictive and very enjoyable read. C.V. Hunt has a way of telling the story in a way that makes you hold your breath and turn the pages frantically, and there's simply no way you could put the book down once you've started reading!

Verloren is a vampire with Curt Cobain's looks, who runs a paranormal store in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He
Jenny Delandro
Vorloren is an old vampire with a special gift - he can see auras surrounding every living thing on the planet.. from their auras he can tell what type of being they are...
and in this universe there are a lot of different types out there...
he runs a book shop with two friends then one day a girl walks into the shop and he is speechless....he does not know what she is ... he has never met a being on the planet that he could not identify..
This world has certain rules and one of the most important
Apr 23, 2011 Irwin marked it as to-read
I just won as a goodreads giveaway! I will be reading it soon. Thanks.
One thing about this story, it grows: exponentially. It starts of with Verloren, a supernatural vampire (who can see the auras of other beings), awesome right? Then we meet his best friends, Jason (a shape-shifting werewolf) and Jessica (a ultra-intelligent witch) that help him run an undercover supernatural music/book/everything-else-you-can-find store.
Now things get interesting when Ash, short for Ashley, walks into the store one day. Her unique aura colouring instantly grabs the attention of
Endlessly gave me a surprise with such a unique plot and well thought out world. I enjoyed the uniqueness of not only the world but the characters. This book provided me with a fresh look into the world of the paranormal. My only complaint would be the language. I felt that the use of the language became a little excessive and diminished the quality of the writing. I will be keeping my eye out for the sequel though.

*received through Goodreads First Reads*
I enjoyed this book. I would never have guess at where this book took me. I received the book for free through Goodreads First Reads.
Honestly, I wasn't sure what to expect when starting this. I have read much of the newer books from C.V. Hunt and she is definitely a favorite author. However, because this could be called a paranormal romance, I was a bit apprehensive. I should have read this so much sooner. Upon finishing it, I am very impressed with the author's versatility. The interrelatedness of the characters and the interactions between them were so intriguing. The Ash character was especially fascinating. I practically ...more
I received this book through a Goodreads First Reads contest giveaway. (thanks!).
Back Cover: When Ashley walks into a shop run by the vampire, Verloren, they both get the surprise of their lives. Ash is about to learn that she's not just another pretty young woman, while Verloren is astonished to find himself falling in love. But how can a vampire lvoe a human? And what if the human isn't as human as she seems? When Ash's true nature reveals itself, the entire power structure of the world's out
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Brett Chapin
This is a fantastic book for any super-natural lover! It's all around fun to read! It brings forth a new perspective on vampires and the world/realm we live in. The love story isn't cliche, yet it uses aspects and feelings we can all relate with. This is a very new and fresh universe, and I can't wait for the books to come.
The writing was excellent and it definitely kept my attention. It was a unique plot, definitely different from other Vampire novels i've read.

I just don't think this was a book for my tastes. I think maybe it almost had too much supernatural characteristics for me to like.
Book Him Danno
I liked it and will be giving a review soon
I downloaded this book for free from Amazon and wasn't sure what to expect, but it turned out to be a really good book and one of the better freebies I've had.

Verloren is a vampire living amongst the humans, but he's a vamp with a slight difference - he can see people's auras. He works and lives with a werewolf and a witch, but humans are not aware of other beings living with them. Everything is hunky dory until a strange, quiet girl coming into the shop he owns and works in. He becomes very qui
The first quality the reader will notice is the immediate action. The reader will meet Verloren right off the bat...along with the dreaded Quatre. Verloren is a vampire, but not the sparkly, cutesy kind. He is the goth with the long hair and pale skin with shockingly good looks. He has a beating heart, but no soul. The latter being his main concern in the novel, he is afraid to die (aren't we all?). He has better cause to fear death than the average human due to his non-existent soul. The Quatre ...more
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Verloren is a vampire in a world where vampires, werewolves, witches and other supernatural beings live alongside humans, ruled by The Quatre. But Verloren isn’t any normal vampire, since he can sees auras, which is a talent vampires don’t naturally have. He’s leading a fairly secluded life, terrified to do anything wrong since he has run into The Quatre once already, and it didn’t end very well. He runs a shop and works there together with a werewolf and witch, but
Vampire Verloren lives a rather mundane existence, he feeds when necessary, works as a way to pass time, and hangs out with his fellow co-owners of his shop who are species but they have found a habitable existence. When Ashley walks into his store, he is floored. Her aura radiates and looks to be on the verge of a change, but us unsure of it. Verloren doesn't see a future with the woman he is quickly falling deeply for, he is Vampire and she is human, at least for now. He would crush her, but s ...more
I liked this story, it was very unique. However, I thought sometimes the characters were a little....harsh and cruel, but maybe that's just me. Then again they're not human so they live by different rules, so making them less human is what the author was probably going for. Also, the whole story was kinda leading towards the meeting with the Quatre, and then the it was over in a few pages. It felt a little anitclimatic. Now for the good things!!! Like I said before the plot was totally orginal, ...more
I enjoyed reading this book. The characters were interesting, the plot was unique. I picked up this book because I saw a give away for the second book in the series. It sounded interesting, so I decided I should read the first one first. I am happy that I read it, and have since purchased the second book for my kindle. I liked the 2 main characters Ashley and Verloren. I did find it a little strange that Ashley had no problems adjusting to her new diet of humans after she changed. I did like the ...more
I hate writing bad reviews, and I almost always finish every book I begin, but I really don't feel like reading the rest of this book. I feel like there was way too much going on, with too many different supernaturals thrown in to the mix. There was more explaining than action, and the action was not that good. Verloren is not an easy character to like, and when you add that together with plain dialog, plain characters and the insanely unlikely number of various supernaturals that just happen to ...more
Thomas Winship
In this opening book of the trilogy, author CV Hunt creates a world that feels all-too-possible for anyone afraid of things that go bump in the night. We're introduced to Verloren and Jason, vampire and werewolf friends who comprise a deadly hunt and feed tag team. All is well until Ashley waltzes into their store and triggers a chain of events that involves dragons, fairies, more otherworldly characters, the dreaded Quatre, and a high octane battle royal ending. It's so much more than your aver ...more
Tasha Robison
I loved this read! I liked the aspect of not just one creature. It sucked me in and I would have read it in one sitting if not for my 3 kids needing me. I can't wait to read Legacy!
C.V. Hunt
Apr 06, 2011 C.V. Hunt rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
It is a great weekend read for vampire lovers that are looking for something different from the standard vampire.
Although I'm a HUGE fan of Paranormal Romance, this Horror book is an Awesome read! It's a Horror novel with some heated romance on the side and it's a great story. I'll be getting started on the rest of the trilogy very soon. C.V. Hunt is true to originality and there was never a point in the story when I wasn't completely enthralled.

Did anyone else think it was so funny when Jason started freaking during Ash's 1st shift, and was screaming about her being a dinosaur? Oh My God
So here's my first C.V. Hunt book, I don't remember how I discovered it, but it was free and self-published. It's also her debut and I read this before her release of her latest book, Hell's Waiting Room from Grindhouse Press. I do love me some bizarro, some post-apocalyptic, and some vampires. So of course, it's C.V. Hunt and it's vampires.

Endlessly is exactly what you see on the cover. Blood and eternity. One vampire and a human, they love each other endlessly. This supernatural world is fille
Well, this book was certainly a surprise. I wasn't expecting much at all as it was a book that I picked up as a free copy from Amazon for my Kindle a couple of weeks ago but I have to admit that I really was pleasantly surprised.

This story is not your typical vampire story. I guess you could say it's more of a 'raw' vampire story rather than the stereotypical 'hollywood' ones that have been all over the place recently.

The story centres around a vampire named Verloren who has very human like tend
Got this as a free e-book in Amazon. It's another vampire story but thankfully manages to spin it's own originality with the addition of the mythical dragons, vis a vis other popular supernatural characters like werewolves, witches, immortals, etc.

It's a pity though that the protagonist Verloren, a vampire who prefers to live among the human society, is not a character I'd root for. He has no attributes to really impress me, as far as main characters should. His one talent is seeing other being
Ashley Robertson
A whole new world of vampires, werewolves, shape-shifters, fairies, trolls, and I was even introduced to some new species too. The book’s protagonist is Verloren, a vampire that not only has a beating heart but also breathes air and doesn’t sleep in coffins—or even underground for that matter. Typically, I struggle with male POV novels, so honestly it took me several chapters to adjust to seeing things Verloren’s way. The mystery behind Ash was enough to allure me through, and I was certainly gl ...more
This one has been on my list for a while, but I wasn't in any particular hurry to get to it.Very cheap off Amazon, the series has languished on my kindle for a bit.
I was pleasantly surprised to find this one unique, engrossing, and entertaining. Vampires,werewolves, witches, demons, trolls, fairies,angels, all part of their own unique world, but living amongst humans. As long as they follow the rules. The Quatre, made up of four powerful incarnates, enforces the rules. But, as we all know, abs
Sean Bridges
I really enjoyed it. It's a tight novel that grabs you from the beginning and keeps a firm grip from page to page. It's a fantasy world of vampires and romance, but without the sparkles and sweetness that has recently overpowered the genre. Veloren is a nod to the undead creatures that we don't see enough of anymore. A Vampire that firmly fits in the canon of horror.

The author does what a real writer should do. Create an interesting, comfortable and uncomfortable world, and keep the reader full
Candace (Lovey Dovey Books)
This was a really easy story to read. There weren't any patches of boring or too much information. The plot was simple. There was one main obstacle, the Quatre, and the story seemed to take more time describing the players and causes of the obstacle. Reading Endlessly felt like reading WHY the ending showdown happens.

Endlessly was more romantic than I thought it would be. Verloren was so sweet when it came to Ash and they were perfect together! I had a feeling Ash would turn out to be something
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