A review of Eternal by J.A. Belfield
Originally posted on The Machenwood Chronicles and Other Tales:
I read Darkness and Light, the first novel in the Holloway Pack series, so I was really interested to see what this prequel novella had in store for me. I was not the least bit disappointed.
In this short, we meet the original Sean and Jem (circa 1800’s). If you read Darkness and Light, you understand what that means. I really enjoyed getting a look at the beginning of the Sean/Jem saga, and seeing how that first pair managed to “make it”.
I love the Sean in this one and how adorably gruff he is. I particularly liked the way he was so afraid of Jem’s mom when he was trying to muster the courage to ask for her hand in marriage. Ms. Belfield did a great job sinking the reader into the historical 1800s setting and dealt with the…
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Posted on May 4, 2012, in Fiction, J. Taylor Publishing, Novella Reviews, Paranormal Romance, Reviews and tagged book review, Eternal, J.A. Belfield, PNR, Urban Fantasy, werewolves. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.