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Eternally Yours (Immortal Beloved #3)

4.24 of 5 stars 4.24  ·  rating details  ·  4,006 ratings  ·  434 reviews
After 450 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 Falls, the 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...but can she fight against true love
Hardcover, 458 pages
Published November 6th 2012 by Poppy (first published January 1st 2012)
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May 20, 2012 Hannah marked it as to-read
January 2012
Lusting after this. I picture the cover... Yellow! Or maybe... White?
Until I can hold this baby in my arms I'll have to be content with re-reading the first two over. And over... And over.

May 2012

I AM GOD. Seriously dying right now, I predicted the damn cover, bitches.
♔Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ Veronica Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♔

GAH! Can't wait..canNOT wait! I love Nasty =D she cracks my shit up
Ashley Brooke
Post Reading: Oh Reyn, I already miss you! Best male lead in a book series in a LONG time!

Pre-Release: If I had a TARDIS, I would totally pop into the future to pick this book up!!! The wait will not be easy!
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This review is also available over at my blog.


Edit 04/18/2013: 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
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I reviewed the first two books in this series, Immortal Beloved and Darkness Falls on my own but for this last one, Christine has joined me:

Caitlin: I feel like I waited forever to read this book. I’m not even sure why. It isn’t as if Darkness Falls ended on a cliffhanger or anything. Or that there is an over-arcing plot that needed to be wrapped up. I just love these books and these characters and needed more for the simple pleasure of having more.

Katrina Passick Lumsden
3 1/2 Stars

This was a bittersweet ending for me because Immortal Beloved is one of my favorite all-time books, but I absolutely loathed Darkness Falls. 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 book 1) became almost pointless when Tiernan decided to (view spoiler)
Although I found a good section in the middle to be a bit boring and hard to get through, I absolutely loved the conclusion to this trilogy. Nastasya is a character who is going to forever stay dear to my heart.
Jenni Arndt
You can read all of my reviews at Alluring Reads.

I had been looking forward to Eternally Yours ever since devouring the first two books in the trilogy earlier this year. I am happy to say that it did not disappoint! Nastasya (our 459 year old immortal) is back and she is just as snarky and sarcastic as ever. We catch up with her and the residents of River's Edge about a month following her gallivants to Boston and the tragedy with Incy. I was happy to get to see Nas back with River and relieved
Final rating: 5/5 stars



Story :

This was such awesome conclusion <3. I officially love all three books. The story proved to be great, but it just felt rushed toward the end. I guess few more chapters wouldn't hurt but oh well. I was surprised about few things and i pity Egthor, poor guy had it rough. There were some times where i was pissed off and practically yelled at screen because of Nasty because of
Wow, an emotional roller coaster. A very insightful look into the psychology of life. You past, present and everything in between. I loved this story and Reyn's and Nastya's journeys.
Jessica ❁ Far Dareis Mai ❁ Rabid Reads
Excellent ending to an excellent trilogy. That's all I'm saying, lest there be spoilers. SORRY.
Think I'll wait to start reading this trilogy until this last one comes out...
Zemira Warner
I can't believe this trilogy ended almost 3 years ago. It seems like just yesterday I was reading the blurb for the first book.

I missed these 'old-fashioned' paranormal romances so I decided to read Eternally Yours (Immortal Beloved, #3) by Cate Tiernan, Stolen Night (Vampire Queen, #2) by Rebecca Maizel and Eternal Dawn (The Vampire Queen, #3) by Rebecca Maizel this week.

I forgot how endearing Nastasya was even though she was lazy and a brat but that's the part of her charm. I was kind of disappointed with the final battle. It sort of ended abruptly. I had to re-read the page because I thought I missed something important. I expected so much mo


Action packed with good pacing, solid writing, and surprisingly laugh out loud funny. Plenty of one line zingers from Nastasya.

Brilliant end to a series. When a series is so great and then it wraps up in the most perfect way - everything is kittens and clouds and sunshine and cupcakes :D :D
(I may or may not have hugged my Kindle when I finished this)
A wonderful ending to the series! I absolutely love Nasty, and have been in love with her, and Reyn, and River, and just about every other character since the first page of IMMORTAL BELOVED. It was so good to find out how they're doing and what they're doing and what they're going to do next. Tiernan really explores the nature of evil, and how everyone can change, and has worth, making the book poignant and hilarious by turns.

This was (far and away) the best of the trilogy! I really, really liked this book! Nastasya has grown so much, but she is essentially the same sarcastic (459 year old) teenager, and I love that about her!! I didn't feel like we got enough about the other immortals at River's Edge in this book...there were so many great characters (with really long histories to explore), and we just barely scratched the surface with most of them. But Nasty's "project" was a great way to both show her growth,
Rating: 4.5 Stars

I've found it increasingly difficult to be satisfied with conclusions this year, but thankfully, Eternally Yours lived up to all my expectations - and then some. Nasty continues to shine, both as a character attempting to attain more from her immortal existence and as a narrator who never fails to make me laugh. After the events of Darkness Falls, Nasty is a changed immortal and Eternally Yours captures her mindset perfectly. Now, finally settled into River's and with close frie
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It took me ages to finish this.

During the first third of the book, I was underwhelmed by all the "Previously in the Immortal Beloved Series..." info dump and the characters talking and behaving with the same obnoxiousness or downright stupidity than before.

And then boredom set in. Nothing seemed to happen until the end of the book when everything went very fast and we got served with a ridiculous sort of epilogue before we even recovered from the whiplash.

The only thing that even remotely inter
Ramona Wray
Very satisfying conclusion to the series. I suppose some might call it too neat, but I loved it. This was a wonderful, frothy tragicomedy, the strength of which was in the language, not the plot. Which is not to say that the plot wasn't clever in this last volume. I couldn't guess the bad guy for the life of me! Also, it was well paced and the alternating past-present scenes worked well in creating a cohesive whole. And I'm a sucker for happy endings, so this really hit the spot for me. Highly r ...more
She changed the course of my life, the way a storm can make a river jump its banks and surge ahead.

Nastasya is back at the farm, the reform 'school' for immortals. She's been working to learn about her magic, to stay on course. Suddenly, the place and people she's come to love are under attack by dark, unknown forces, and she's unsure of her role in it all.

Really, really fulfilling conclusion to the trilogy. Solid writing, good pacing, and much appreciated humor (!). Plenty of action, exploratio

5 million MAGICKAL stars!!! (*u*)

Why didn't I read this super kick-ass one of kind book sooner?!

Oh My Geeee, I just love Nastasha more and more, and her amusing epic thoughts.

This trilogy is definitely worth reading and worth having. You'll always want to read Nas' snide remarks (& her annoying baggage), River's compassionate side, Asher's supportiveness, did I mention Reyn's (OH MY OVARIES) sizzling HOTNESS?? haha.. Ok enough of that, so in this book you'll also be able to meet River's b
To Reyn for being a sweetheart:

4 "Eternal" Stars

Ever will men go to war, for all reasons or none

Here's the thing, if you kill off one of my favorite characters who just so happens to be a universally liked character, as a reader, I'm going to be pissed and as a critic, I'd applaud you for such a daring move.

On the other hand, if you kill off one of my favorite character who just so happens to be a universally hated character, as a reader, I'm going to be pissed and as a critic, I'd still be pissed.

There is just no appea
The swan song for this trilogy theoretically takes us on a search for The Master, but is actually a window to the past of the lives of Nasty and her housemates. For me it was a somewhat interesting but not compelling read.

In their quest to prove that Nasty is an agent of The Master, Rivers brothers ratchet up the tension and conflict levels in the household as "battle" lines are drawn for and against Nasty. Meanwhile the dance that is Nasty and Reyn take several steps down happiness road when o
This review may contain a few small spoilers of Immortal Beloved & Darkness Falls

This book was just so perfect. I loved every page of it, Cate Tiernan really knew how to wrap everything up without it seeming too happily ever after or even too open ended. She always manages to be realistic in her books no matter their genre. Eternally Yours is my favorite book from this trilogy. The journey Nastasya took together with us was full of laughs, sarcasm, immaturity (mostly from Nasty), character
Stacey Brown
I’m a complete Reyn fan so I don’t really want this series to end…more Reyn please!

Overall I really enjoyed it, but have to admit a few things really bothered me. I felt the end was EXTREMELY rushed. We’ve waited for 3 books now for the Reyn/Nastasya really getting together moment and it was completely bypassed. The last chapter felt more like an epilogue and I just thought the shift between her being scared of the L-word and being fully committed to it was just to fast. Her admitting it was slo
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I’m not even sure how to write a review for Eternally Yours by Cate Tiernan. I have been fangirling her since I was like 11 years old and first read the Sweep series, which I’ve read and reread 100 times since.

And oh, how I love the Immortal Beloved trilogy. Each book in this series has captured me fully with an exciting and interesting spin on the immortal/witchy side of the paranormal genre, light and entertaining writing that so
Book Angel Emma
Please bear in mind that this is the third and final book int the Immortal Beloved series and the review may therefore contain spoilers for the previous books.

I have to say Eternally Yours was not at all what I was expecting from the last installment of the Immortal Beloved series. Don’t get me wrong I love Nastasya’s narrative voice, her internal battles and her direct address to the reader made some laugh out loud moments. However, I felt this book is more character driven than plot driven. Na
Eternally Yours is the final book in Cate's Immortal Beloved trilogy.

In Darkness Falls, Nastasya berates herself. During her 450 years, she definitely mastered the art of pessimism.
You are a such a chickenshit. You act so tough, but really you're a gooey marshmallow of schoolgirl fears. You keep saying you want to get better, but only if you don't have to do anything hard.
However, in Eternally Yours real changes start to occur. She's beginning to finally trust not just her own feelings, bu
WOW! Such a good end to a series. I got really wrapped up in this one; knocked it out in about 24hrs.
My only complaint: I WANT MORE.
I would love to see Cate Tiernan put out some short POV's or novellas about some of the other characters. We got to meet a butt-load of new characters in Eternally Yours, and I would love to maybe go back in time and learn more about their histories, (Nas and Roberto? Reyn and Joshua?)I mean what happened there?!?

Anyhow, after finishing Eternally yours I was left wi
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