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Inescapable (Eternelles, #1) An Immortal Born From An Unlikely AllianceBeautiful Mythic Greek Heiress Adrasteia Adri Dionysios Has Roamed The World For Millennia, Taking Her Pleasure Where She Wanted Until One Night, When Fate Drops A Baby Wrapped In Fire Into Her Arms Motherhood Is A Formidable Challenge, But So Is Figuring Out The Identity Of A Mystery Man Who Makes Her Pulse Race A Vampyre S Obsession Seraphine Sera Dionysios Origins Are Shrouded In Mystery Torn Between A Mother Whose Blood Saved Her Life, And A Man Who Now Possesses Her Soul, The Only Thing Sera Can Still Cling To Is Her Heart One Rule Matters Above All Others Always Protect The Portal When Evil Comes To Adri And Sera S Hometown Of Shadow Bridge, A Place Where The Mortal Human World Ends And The Supernatural Realm Starts, It S Up To Them To Stop A Prophecy As Old As Time Itselfor Die Trying.

10 thoughts on “Inescapable (Eternelles, #1)

  1. says:

    The duo of Ms Owens and Ms Monodee is fabulous The mythos they ve created grabbed me, drew me into the story, and held me there until I finished reading it.The mother daughter dynamic was true to life I found their banter to be strained yet endearing at the same time, not unlike the mortal realm Sera and Adri were extremely well written and immediately likeable Their romantic entanglements made me yearn for , to learn about the men in their lives Not to mention they were hot enough to make me fan my face Ms Owens and Ms Monodee created a world suitable for the Greek gods The authors managed to make them human ...

  2. says:

    Adri and Sera, battling it out thorough out this PNR romance story over intense yet silly mother daughter conflicts that I can completely relate to As I read I often thought if my sister wanted to slap me and my mother as much as I wanted to slap the two of them.Adri has difficulties letting go and allowing her daughter to grow up and become a woman Sara wants her independence but is still acting so much like a child despite her over 100 years of age Throughout the book this conflict grows in the face of many other adversaries And challenges as they try to protect The Portal, A thin mystical barrier holding back some demon nasties vying to enter our world So with this end of the world kind of confrontation these two need to get it together In comes Des, potentially a demon but no one is quite sure and great hot alpha male overlord vampire, Rafe Both women resist love in the face of their conflict with each other, within the context of trying to maintain The Portal Adri travels all over trying to solve the mysteries of ...

  3. says:

    I was given an ARC to review this book pre release and OMG As a Mythic Fiction author I knew from the first chapter this book was going to be good Gypsies Fae Vampires Phoenix there is so much mythology and legend but its beautifully wrapped and weaved into a believable world a world where they all exist together instead of separate folklore Sera starts off a bit whiny bitchy but as the crap hits the fan she develops and starts to grow up which is a bit funny considering she is immortal and has be...

  4. says:

    Inescapable kicks off the brand spanking new, awesome series by Zee Monodee and Natalie G Owens Mythologies collide and the fab writing duo have created a believable world filled with supernatural occurrences and citizens, not to mention their own town where those supernaturals can live alongside one another.With humour, action, and a lot of sizzling chemistry between our leading ladies and the mysterious and yummy men in their lives, Inescapable Book 1 in the Eternelles Series is a fab read.Sera and Adri have a very typical mother daughter relationship, which is actually rather refreshing within this genre as I, personally, haven t read many family orientated paranormal urban fantasy books, but that is what makes this book stand out Not only do we have romance, action, and an impending threat to mankind with a fab spin on how that is going to go down in this world we have angst between parent and child Not that these two are ordinary immortal, powerful, and in a heap load of trouble, but definitely not ordinary.Book 1 is the perfect introduction to the seri...

  5. says:

    Natalie Owens and Zee Monodee s Inescapable is a well written, deftly imagined work of urban fantasy The story starts at a gasp inducing gallop and doesn t really slow down, even as it takes the reader on a romp that includes vampires, werewolves, faes, shape shifters, and Olympus gods who are brought into the modern day.Owens Monodee s voice is lush, expansive, bright, and full of descriptive phrases The co authors brings a hint of Gothic Victorian into the New Adult YA Urban Fantasy genre There were times when the metaphors missed the mark or appeared a tad forced, and some of the phraseology was blunt object in the head than delicate surgical incision, but this tell a lot, show a little less way of writing may be dictated by the genre.Speaking of the genre, I am no expert on this type of story I shy away from these sort of books usually Just as Zeus and Dionysius felt out of place in our world, I, as a reader and as a thinker, feel uncomfortable in a world inhabited by vampires and other imaginary evil characters Perhaps I ve seen too much real evil to feel comfortable with blood sucking monsters.I offer this personal hesitation as part of my review so that you realize that the kudos I give the authors for pacing, plotting and creation of likable but realistic heroines is all the sincere I truly li...

  6. says:

    Inescapable, book one in the Eternelles series is a promising start to this series It s never a dull moment for mother and Daughter Adri and Sera Sera Part Phoenix, part Vampyre and an eternelle, is feeling the pressure of dominance from her controlling mother Adri and Rafe, the Vampyre who turned her Left alone for a century, Rafe appears to stake his claim on Sera and her body just when the pressure of her mother increases when a mystery is to be solved.Adri daughter of Dionysos, the Greek god of wine and revelry, is at her wits end, after her friend is killed by a soul stealer and a statue is stolen, her daughter Sera is now in danger and tries to protect her at all costs But Sera fights her control at every corner When Des comes on the scene Adri s feelings for the mysterious man complicate things further and adds to the stress and mystery and the passion My only criticism on the book is in some parts, there is a tad tendency of over description between a question, a though and an answer, that som...

  7. says:

    When i started to read this book i felt really apprehensive, because i know Natalie as a friend i was so worried i wouldn t like it and then even that i would have to tell Natalie what i thought well what a waste of time worrying, I thought the book was fantastic, I love vampyres anyway so was certain i would enjoy that aspect of it but what i really enjoyed about the story was the Greek mythology with Zeus and his children banished for disobeying him I thought the way that it was all twisted into the story was Fab The Intensity in the book was perfect some of the scenes you find yourself holding your breath especially between Sera and Rafe wow the chemistry between them was smoking lol literally Also the relationship between Sera and Adri is strained and i think this portrayed the immaturity of Sera and helped you understand the decisions that are made right up to the final chapterI thought the story was so well written w...

  8. says:

    Well, there s only one thing I can say after finishing the last line of my review copy of Inescapable And it s this is a fab start to what is promising to be a fab series Honestly, I have been avoiding vampires since I got an overdose of Buffy, and I ve been avoiding books that mix 2 or non human breeds because they were bound to create mumble jumble in my brain So yeah, call me worried after checking out the blurb But hey, limits are made to be tested, right So why not throw myself into a book that mixes immortals, vampires, weres, witches, faes, and I m sure I m missing a handful My fear disappeared quickly, just a few pages in Nevermind the breeds, it s all about the characters A clever mix which is introduced into the story little by little, and fab interactions I dare anyone to not identify to Adri and Sera I know I was just like that with my own mum that will easily draw you in and make you love or hate the characters The story flows easily, the plot is interesting, and ...

  9. says:

    I was lucky enough to be entrusted with an ARC of this beautiful book, and I have no problem giving it 5 full stars The writing is great, the story is great, the characters are believable They are real people immortal beings fae vamypres whatever the hell Des is, right Shadow Bridge exists, right Sure felt that way If book 2 doesn t come ...

  10. says:

    I ll start off by saying that I was totally completely confused this hole story, in fact i was confused a lot, and I do mean a lot I really enjoyed the story it had all of my favorite things in it Greek Mythology God and Goddess, Supernaturals, and even witches What s not to like about a story that has all of those in it It was rather enjoyable.However there was a couple of things that I didn t like in the story for starters it was the hole point of view thing I couldn t figure out which point of view I was reading from and it got really confusing a lot Next would have to be that I couldn t figure out if this story was suppose to be a love story or a mystery but by the romance parts that were like super juicy and of course me being me I wanted of the love story, or by all the things that Adri was trying to figure out turned out to be a mystery Now that was confusing As I finally would figure out whose point of view I was reading the story would change and it would be someone else s point of view.But as the story was confusing it was actually re...

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