Sunday, November 13, 2011

Review: My Love Eternal by Liz Strange (reviewed by Trudy Powders)

  • Format: Kindle Edition
    File Size: 631 KB
    Publisher: Lyrical Press, inc. (January 28, 2010)
    Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
    Language: English
    ASIN: B004GHN4UQ
    Available from: Amazon

    Blood, sex and eternal life... What more could a girl ask for?

    Tall, dark, and sexy, as well as fabulously wealthy, Giovanni is everything a girl could ask for in a lover. There's only one catch. He's been undead for more than three hundred years. When Rachel is drawn into Giovanni's world, she learns that the rules of human existence mean nothing in the world of vampires. This, however, is a fair price to pay for a love that will last forever.

    Hunted by the Desmarais family, who carry a centuries-old vendetta, Rachel and Giovanni travel to the ends of the earth in order to stay one step ahead. Can their love survive, or will their eternity together end?


The lead female in this book is named Rachel, she works at the morgue and her roommates name is Shannon. Rachel enjoys her job and the quiet. After Rachel has a visit from a beautiful stranger she starts to have "episodes “of being in another place and time. His name is Giovanni. This book contains one of the sexiest Transformations I have ever read. The book flashes to ten years later. I'm having a problem with these two vampires still killing to feed. Rachel follows Giovanni and becomes a prisoner of Giovanni’s maker .Giovanni tells Rachel to run and she leaves her love behind. Rachel finds a young boy and gives him shelter and takes him home. They reunite Rachel explains about the boy and they choose to raise him, they all live happily together until the evil Desmarais family attacks, Giovanni is taken and his maker arrives and becomes a companion to Rachel and her son Eli. They leave England and Rachel and Eli's relationship changes and the three of them are together trying to survive. Eli doesn’t kill when he feeds and is now in college. Rachel misses Giovanni and has begun her writing again. Rachel who is still heartbroken from the loss of Giovanni still seeks him out in the darkest of nights. I liked this book but was not impressed with the transformation of Eli. This book is for adult readers only.
I give this book 3 of 5 stars. Book Reviewed by Trudy Powders for Strange Candy Reviews