Friday, June 5, 2015

{Blog Tour + Excerpt + Review} Everlost (Night Watchmen #3) by Candace Knoebel

Title1 Candace
*The book contains adult content and is appropriate for ages 17+*
This isn’t going to end well. She isn’t supposed to be here, outside this house, across the yard, staring at me like I’m a two-headed vampire about to suck the life from her veins. Her words aren’t supposed to be so intoxicating. Her gaze isn’t supposed to be the kind that glues you in place, turning your brain to mush and your instincts to that of a moth to a flame. Evangeline Gramm… the woman who escaped the infamous Gramm Curse. The mother who so easily abandoned her two boys. The Witch who has passed under the Primeval Coven’s radar longer than anyone ever thought possible. She could be our worst nightmare… or she could be the key to finding our salvation.
{Details} ebook, 370 pages. Published May 10th 2015 by Candace Knoebel (first published 2015). Source: ebook provided in exchange for an honest review

{Rating} 4/5 - I really liked it!


Everlost is all about family; creating them, losing them, the sacrifices you'll make for them. A big part of that storyline is Evangeline; the Gramm's long lost mom. She arrives and she doesn't come alone. She has companions and a whole lot of secrets.

As is par for the course nothing is easy for Faye and the gang. They've got the super evil Clara and her cronies after them and the Darkyns. They fight hard, they win and they lose but they never give up, even when survival seems impossible. 

There is still Jaxen/Faye romantic sweetness - deepening trust and support - and hotness Despite all the chaos Faye and Jaxen find a little alone time. I also have to mention Jezi. I've come to like her so much. She's still tell it like it is and can be abrasive but she's also kind, bracing in the best way, and a good and true friend you can count on.

The prose in Everlost stood out to me. The writing seemed more poetic and lyrical. And as always, I'm left eagerly awaiting the next installment, especially with how Everlost leaves off.

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