In , the daughter of a well-to-do San Francisco merchant embarks on one final sea voyage with her father before she is to be married. Sailing aboard her father’s ship is all seventeen-year-old Camille Rowen has ever wanted. But as a lady in nineteenth-century San Francisco, her future is set. Sailing aboard her father’s ship is all seventeen-year-old Camille Rowen has ever wanted. But as a lady in San Francisco, her future is set: marry a man.
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This sequel blew me away.
There was always something happening everlastinf the pacing was just perfect. Before their wedding, she leaves for one last sea adventure with her captain father. Let me start off by saying that I absolutely liked the plot. I loved the way they cared for each other, even when one was upset with the other.
I wasn’t overly impressed with the last quarter of so of Everlasting. I A hidden gem!
And her way of weaving historical and fantasy aspects together in a subtle way made it a pleasure to read. SO not the case. In The Eternal Sea the danger takes on a whole ajgie level and so does the romance. On the ship side of things, finding a crew back then was hard and most sailors had to be shanghaied into sailing since they would run away to the gold fields.
Camille is a sailor’s daughter whose father has agreed on an arranged marriage to Randall, a wealthy businessman. It everlassting me of a fairytale, like Little Mermaid or Tangled.
Angie Frazier has created a tender, romantic, thrilling, fun, heart-wrenching novel. Everlasting is probably not going to stick with me forever, but it was enjoyable while I abgie reading it, and I recommend it to preteen or teen readers who are fans of the movies mentioned above.
Books by Angie Frazier. Oscar had seen him, too. Why haven’t we heard more about this one? The names have been changed, but the story remains the same: She doesn’t make me want everlastin puke evsrlasting the romance! I guess a lifetime of traveling on her father’s ships made her a self-sufficient, take-no-prisoners type of gal. I really enjoyed the fact that the story took us back to the ocean for a little while before resting in the bustling city of Cairo.
On a side note, can I say how much I love the cover. What fabulous curve would wind into the ending everlsating I wish it had a different title to reflect just how special this tale was.
The characters are just as fabulous as they were in Everlasting.
To me, the book will always be known as Eventide. Apr 05, Rachael rated it it fverlasting amazing. The first book was amazing. Randall and Oscar were two characters that I felt torn between, though I’ll admit I really loved Randall this time around.
Jun 20, Danielle rated it liked it. He and Camille, wow just wow! It’s twists and turns at every corner. Or maybe I should say Camille and Randall? Also can I mention that Randall was a sexy badass at times??
The Compulsive Reader: Everlasting by Angie Frazier
At least he returned! Cue the “Oh no, both these gorgeous men are in love with me, everlasying do I do? Contains minimal language and a terrible ending.
It was one of the title suggestions that Angie gave her editor, which I absolutely loved.