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Eternal Hope

(Hope #2)

4.11  ·  Rating details ·  310 ratings  ·  38 reviews
He loves me, he loves me not, he loves me

When your friends go missing and you don’t know if they’re dead or alive; when you tie your soul to the one you love; when you kill to protect and your family suffers, there’s only one thing you can do:

Move to Montana.

Farley Hope is special. She was prophesied to kill the forebears of her bloodline- a race of cold-blooded Reavers, m
Published October 12th 2012 (first published October 10th 2012)
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Alexia Purdy
I was extremely fortunate to get to read this book prior to publication. I absolutely loved the first book in the series ‘Sovereign Hope’ and ‘Eternal Hope’ is an astounding follow up. Continuing off right after book 1, it plunges the reader right back into Farley Hope’s tumultuous life. I won’t be giving any spoilers, my mouth is zipped! I will say, however, this book was amazing! We see Farley growing and trying to come to terms with her heritage. Daniel, her love interest gets much hotter, (i ...more
Melissa Simmons
Jul 31, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites, indie, utopya
Eternal Hope is the second book in The Hope series by Frankie Rose. The story picks up a few weeks from the end of Sovereign Hope. Starting out in LA, Farley and company take a detour to Montana to search for their missing friends and then come full circle, landing back in LA. This installment is just as addictive as the first.

The conflict from Sovereign Hope has morphed and splintered into several new and even more complicated troubles. Everyone Farley knows is weighted down with some burden,
Oct 18, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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Eternal Hope is a very well written book, filled with action, plot twists, and a some very steamy sexy romance. *Fans self* Eternal Hope has a perfect blend of lovable/hated characters and a steady plot line that will hold you in its grips right through to the end. I can honestly say I stayed up well into the night reading, sacrificing my sleep (who needs sleep anyway) until I was finished. I really didn't want it to be ove
Tee loves Kyle Jacobson
Where to start with this review....

OMG I just have to say that I absolutely love The Hope Series! The author has done an excellent job of weaving a story that captures you right from the beginning. Eternal Hope starts off right where Sovereign Hope ended. Daniel and Farley have killed Farley's father and brothers with the help of Kayden. They are trying to see if they can find their friends who fought with them and try and find Agatha. Farley is so torn up about losing Aldan that she can't stand
Jul 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
***Do not read this review if you have not read Sovereign Hope(book 1.) It may contain spoilers***
OH MY GOODNESS, YOU GUYS!!!!!! Let me start off by giving you a run down on my feelings of this series. The first book, Sovereign Hope, was enjoyable. I liked the new twist that the author gives on immortals. It was a fresh look on something that has been done a lot. My only complaint about the first book was there wasn't enough romance for my taste. Well, ladies and gents, my prayers have been ans
Jul 09, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: paranormal
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Sovereign Hope, the first book in The Hope Series, quickly became one of my favorite reads of the year. Needless to say, I was anxious to get my hands on Eternal Hope. As with most series that you fall in love with you always hope that the author doesn't disappoint with next installment. Frankie Rose did not disappoint me. She thrilled me yet again.

We pick back up in the lives of Farley, Daniel, Tess and Oliver as they search for information on their missing friends and allies, who were lost
Aug 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing
From the very first chapter Eternal Hope grabs you by the throat and doesn’t let you go. I think I enjoyed this book more than the first, Sovereign Hope. The story picks up a few weeks after Sovereign Hope, with the group looking for their friends who have been missing for some time which leads them to Montana. If you thought Farley has faced some scary people before, you will be shocked at the latest threat; an ominous entity that will stop at nothing to get a hold of Farley. I was surprised wi ...more
Aug 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Eternal Hope is the second book in The Hope series by Frankie Rose. The story picks up a few weeks from the end of Sovereign Hope. Starting out in LA, Farley and company take a detour to Montana to search for their missing friends and then come full circle, landing back in LA. This installment is just as addictive as the first.

The conflict from Sovereign Hope has morphed and splintered into several new and even more complicated troubles. Everyone Farley knows is weighted down with some burden,
Frankie Rose ALWAYS writes the most amazing stories filled to the brim with excitment, swoon-worthy boys, kick-ass girls, menacing villians (who you can't help but find a soft spot for), and then there is Daniel (that name alone is said with a sweet sigh). Oh, yah and we can't forget bff's that are amazing and brilliant and where can I get a Tess? I can't wait for Frankie's next excellent book because she is a sure thing:) Happy reading everybody.
Sep 26, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Best book so far really enjoyed it would like to listed to audiobook when available, I hope they get a male and a female reader this time for the different POV's.
Jul 11, 2012 rated it it was amazing
The first book in this series, Sovereign Hope, is making my Best Books of 2012 list hands down, so I was biting my nails in anticipation for the release of this one. And it does not disappoint. The plot, characters, and world building are so incredibly well-crafted; it’s hard to believe it’s not actually real. Plus, Frankie Rose writes some of the best kickass action scenes.

I love Frankie’s writing! The narration is entirely relatable. She weaves in the side stories seamlessly. Not too much or
Nov 21, 2012 rated it really liked it
Eternal Hope was an action packed sequel to Sovereign Hope. It picks up where Sovereign Hope ended. The conflicts surrounded Farley were multiplied in this book and complications surrounding the people in her group only added to the overall conflict.

I love Farley’s character and she definitely didn’t disappoint me in this book. She’s tough and insecure, a combination I find to be realistic and refreshing. She’s not overly tough and somehow amazing at everything, nor is she overly weak and secon
Barb Lie
Aug 11, 2012 rated it really liked it
Eternal Hope is the second book in Frankie Rose’s Hope Series. We pick up the story a short time after the end of Sovereign Hope. For those who do not remember my review on Sovereign Hope, here is a brief background.

Farley Hope, who is only 18, is part of a prophecy that will destroy the evil Reavers, who are immortals that take the soul of others, and they cannot be killed. As the Reavers try to kill Farley, she is kept safe by Agatha and Daniel, who are part of group trying to stop the Reaver
Nov 27, 2012 rated it it was amazing

Let me start by saying that Frankie Rose really has delivered in this one. I really thoroughly enjoyed the first book in this series, Sovereign Hope. Of all the books I’ve had review requests for in the past, it was definitely one of my favourites. I was really, really excited when I got offered a copy of this one for review, and though I got to it later than I’d planned, I definitely wasn’t disappointed!

This one more or less picks up where the first book leaves off, and we’re left back
Marie DeLaRosa
Nov 30, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: reviewed
If most of you remember I had the astounding pleasure to review Sovereign Hope, book one in The Hope Series! It literally had me finishing the book within a few hours, so when I was approached by Frankie once again to participate in the Eternal Hope tour how could I say no! I was anxious and excited when I got the book, I at first didn't even want to start it because I knew that once I started I wouldn't be able to finish.

And that is exactly what happened...

In Eternal Hope we find out beloved ch
Pam Green
Jul 07, 2012 rated it really liked it
Originally posted on At Home Between the Pages

How much do I love Frankie Rose and her Hope series?!? I just finished reading book 2 and it was just as awesome as the first!

The number one thing that I really like about Frankie’s writing is the simplicity and to-the-point-ness of it. Some of the indie authors I read put too much in the story, whether it’s too many words or scenes that seem irrelevant. Frankie doesn’t do that at all. Every scene, every dialogue, even every steamy moment, has a purp
Jennifer  Howell / Late Bloomer Online
Picking up only a few weeks from where Sovereign Hope left off, Eternal Hope is exciting, engaging, full of all the things I loved about the first book times ten. Daniel is even more swoon-worthy, Farley is strong, likable and not about to get stomped on by anyone or anything. There is more danger on the horizon for Farley and Daniel and Frankie writes some amazing fast and furious action-packed scenes that leave you breathless. Tess is the best friend everyone wishes they had and gives the perf ...more
Sep 26, 2013 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed “Eternal Hope” even more than I enjoyed the first book in the series. The book picks up right were the first one leaves off. Daniel, Farley, Tess and Oliver are searching for Agatha, Beatty, Brynn and Cliff but end up staying with other friends while the search continues. Farley never imagined her welcome to the new home would be Cassie running up to Daniel and kissing him. What’s even worse is that Cassie and Daniel made pact and now that Farley is in the picture Daniel doesn’t know h ...more
Crystal (Books Are Sanity!!!)
Eternal Hope is the second book in The Hope Series by Frankie Rose. So if you haven't read Sovereign Hope then you want to read that first. Eternal Hope started out slow for me, but once I got about a third of the way through the book, the pace picked up and I didn't want to put it down! I felt like I really got to know Daniel better in this book, whereas in Sovereign Hope he is more of mystery. Farley and Daniel's relationship grows and it is nice to see it develop. I loved the fast-pace toward ...more
Shiloh Quincy
Nov 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I loved this sooo much. It's a sequel to sovereign Hope and is super Good !! Farley is still being hunted by the Reavers but now for different reason.... Love. A very old reaver is now after her while Tess is having troubles of her own dealing with Oliver, Farley's brother. While Daniele does all he can to protect Farley. And Agatha is missing and nowhere to be seen?
It introduces new great characters and goes intoore depth of Kayden and Daniele's relationship. If you like the first book then yo
Jan 03, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I got this book on a recommendation from a friend, who loved it so much I had to try it out. So glad I did. What an adrenaline rush. I hadn’t read Sovereign Hope (the first in the series), but the author did a great job of making this a stand-alone. I loved Farley! What an awesome, strong female character. She grits her way through some really hair-raising experiences, dealing with the Quorum and the Reavers, all the while trying to figure out her relationship with the gorgeous Daniel. There’s a ...more
Jackie -Sated Faery
Jul 10, 2013 rated it it was amazing
OMG - I cannot believe all that happened in this book! Talk about non-stop action! Every turn of a page had another possible enemy showing up out of nowhere or a major twist that made me scream, "NO FREAKIN' WAY", or some other surprise that I absolutely never saw coming! Those moments of pure love and adoration between Farley & Daniel are all that kept me sane while reading this. Daniel just kills me with some of the things he says to Farley that are so un-Daniel-like. Getting to see inside his ...more
Oct 12, 2012 rated it really liked it
The first half of this book was pretty boring on and off and then after the middle, things got interesting quick. In so many ways this was a better book than the first one. I have mixed feelings about Kayden. I kind of like him, a lot but I don't know if he would be the right person for Farley. I'm honestly not sure if the boy, Daniel, whom Farley is with now is right for her either. It's kind of a complicated book full of action and emotions.
Feb 10, 2013 rated it liked it
It's ok. Ended better than I thought it would. I was nervous toward the 2/3 mark- it looked like it would take a turn down lame lane. Lots of pages taken up with endless make out scenes. If that's ur thing, awesome. It's not for me so much. A few are fine, but too many and they lose effectiveness. I like seeing more of kayden. Not sure I like the plot twist pushed on him. Seems cliched. Still better then most books for the $. And at 400+ pages u certainly get ur money worth in that dept.
Felicia Tatum
Jun 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Sigh. Daniel.
I love Daniel.

This book was even better than the first. It was full of drama, adventure, romance, and unexpected surprises. I LOVED IT! I seriously cannot wait until I can read more Daniel and Farley. I love that the two of them can be so powerful.

Kayden has a small piece of my heart that is quickly growing.

And can I just say...I had NO idea getting/giving a haircut could be so sexy. I've obviously been doing it all wrong for years.
Rebecca Lawton
Mar 24, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I love Frankie's writing and her books--they are fantastical but relevant, exciting and absorbing, stand-alone but thrillingly intertwined. Entertaining, too. Dig into the Hope Series, as I am doing right now, and like me you won't be able to put it down!
Angel Charms
Nov 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Anybody interested in romance books.
Lots of romance, awesome book. Totally looking forward to the next book. I want to thank the author for not throwing in the triangle in there. I see something developing with kayden, but I am pretty sure it is not strong enough to cause any damage to Daniele and Farley's relationship.
Apr 02, 2015 rated it liked it
I loved the love story between Farley and Daniel. The thing I didn't like, though, was that the individual premise felt very jumbled and almost confusing. I wasn't sure what was going on half the time.
Jen Wylie
Aug 21, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Really enjoyed this book, despite be a bit lost a time because I hadn't read the first book. Something I'll be fixing soon :)
Amy Thompson
Dec 15, 2013 rated it liked it
I'm happy to have found a new great series! What a fresh new storyline!
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Frankie Rose was born in the United Kingdom, but now lives with her husband in sunny Australia.

She officially makes things up for a living, and when she's not doing that, she is generally making paper birds out of receipts and old lists or taking photographs that make her smile.

Other books in the series

Hope (3 books)
  • Sovereign Hope (Hope, #1)
  • Lost Hope (Hope, #3)

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