Evercrossed by Elizabeth Chandler – Now in paperback, the first book in a new arc of the New York Times bestselling Kissed by an Angel series!It’s been a year. Editorial Reviews. Review. “A pleasant beach read.” – KIRKUS “This sequel to Kissed by an Kindle App Ad. Look inside this book. Evercrossed (Kissed by an Angel Book 4) by [Chandler, Elizabeth]. Audible Sample. Audible Sample. Playing. Evercrossed (Kissed by an Angel) [Elizabeth Chandler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Now in paperback, the first book in a new arc of.
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Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. She is the author of the Kissed by an Angel and Dark Secrets series. There is another elizabteh after Evercrossed and I believe its going to be a wonderful and beautifully written book just like this book.
Although I found it hard at times to believe Ivys utter conviction that the amnesiac chap is Tristan, Chandler evercrosesd highlight Ivys ongoing struggles with her loss, and the fact that these are only heightened by the impending anniversary. Nicole rated it it was amazing May 06, AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.
I evercrlssed all her books—the mystery, suspense, and wonderful channdler. Honestly, I would have enjoyed it a lot more and gotten some of the answers I wanted without having Ivy know, so Chandler could have kept the suspense.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I don’t know if it is actually fair for me to write a review on this book as I didn’t even finish it but I still wanted to write my evercrosaed on it. She survives, to the incredulity of everyone at the hospital, but not to her.
Kaia, for her paranormal research project that I think she gave up on It’s unpredictable which is always a plusit has romance, and we finally have a demon in this book.
Ivy spends about two pages in slightly ashamed chagrin, but then she goes right back to putting herself first. I read the original trilogy a couple years back and I was evercrodsed unimpressed. Ivy and a couple of her friends are on their last summer vacation with each other, before they start college.
This book was good, not as good as the first but still really good. I would have prefered it if Ivy had stayed with Will, if they story was over in the 3rd book. Honestly that parts still kind of fuzzy to chandldr.
Although the setting has changed, the characters haven’t. Creola rated it it was amazing Mar 26, I had no idea there was gonna be another one: What I disliked was the beginning.
It also left me with some questions, however. I like her a lot. She was perfect, soooooo kind and soooo beautiful, that it is hard to identify with her.
Heather Dellett rated it liked it Jul 28, Book reviews, publishing news, young adult reviews, middle grade reviews, romance reviews, chick lit reviews, reading lists, and author interviews. I like my friends loud, obnoxious, and interesting. The main narrative thrust in Evercrossed is a mystery – a whoisit rather than a whodunnit.
I found it on book blog and I m now following you on GR. Ivy is painfully ambivalent in her emotions, keeping Will at arms length at the best of times and overtly avoiding him at the worst.
The ending of this book has left me totally confused, I understand that there needed to be a place to stop so that the next book could be written, but the end was pretty much totally cut off and left a ton of questions unanswered.
But the anniversary of Tristan death brings longing evercrissed for Ivy and she can’t stop thinking about him.
Part of Kissed by an Angel. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. And at the place of the “in between”, their bittersweet reunion culminates in one breathtaking kiss. I loved it until the end! Glad to know its done relatively well in evercrssed one, though! From the above, youll no doubt have ascertained that Evercrossed ‘covers some familiar ground, elizabet I have to admit that the initial ouija board let the evil spirits in scene didnt raise my hopes especially high.
And then a third. I wish publishers would clearly label this sort of stuffI had the same issue with the Gallagher Girls books, and had to search online to figure out which order they went in.
Evercrossed (Kissed by an Angel) by Elizabeth Chandler – book review
Its a tidy, solid read, and though it doesnt pack many punches or provide any astonishing reveals, its a palatable outing thats surprisingly satisfying.
It can’t just end like that. A couple of car crashes though… It’s probably the best love story I’ve read in a while. It was like an excerpt out of a Shakespeare play not that there is anything wrong with his plays I just don’t think it really fitted the theme of Evercrossed.
They’re supposed to match when I put them next to each other on my shelf. It is my least favorite book in the series, but not the worst book ever. I can’t finish this book because if I do I can honestly see me having a lower opinion of the original story and I loved them so much.
I am not friends with boring people in real life. But Tristan breathes life back into her with the Kiss of Life. And how I do wish that young adult book editors would put a neat strikethrough through those impassioned pleas of love and, well, anything at all about soul mates.
All seems well until one night Ivy gets in a car crash that ultimately ends her life.