With diabolical wit, the author of TANATALIZE revisits a deliciously dark world where vampires vie with angels — and girls just want to have fangs.At last, Miranda is the life of the party: all she had to do was die. Elevated and adopted by none other than the reigning King of the Mantle of... show more
With diabolical wit, the author of TANATALIZE revisits a deliciously dark world where vampires vie with angels — and girls just want to have fangs.At last, Miranda is the life of the party: all she had to do was die. Elevated and adopted by none other than the reigning King of the Mantle of Dracul, Miranda goes from high-school theater wannabe to glamorous royal fiend overnight. Meanwhile, her reckless and adoring guardian angel, Zachary, demoted to human guise as the princess’s personal assistant, has his work cut out for him trying to save his girl’s soul and plan the Master’s fast-approaching Death Day gala. In alternating points of view, Miranda and Zachary navigate a cut-throat eternal aristocracy as they play out a dangerous and darkly hilarious love story for the ages.
Publish date: February 10th 2009
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Pages no: 307
Edition language: English
Series: Tantalize (#2)
Due to copy and paste, formatting has been lost.This book had a really peaceful ending, and I liked it better than Tantalize, but I am curious about Eternal in relation to Tantalize. They don't have the same character cast, nor do they even handle the same species of paranormal. Eternal deals with A...
I had read this book a while ago, and decided to write this review as I am currently reading the "Diabolical" ARC, which is a kind of continuation to this book. I really enjoyed this book. It was so cute, and so romantic. Kind of like a .... gothic Romeo & Juliet (which is what sold me when it ca...
Second in a series. I found parts of it interesting and parts much less so, though I did like it considerably more than the first book. [Aug. 2011]
Barely three stars. After the other YA kit I've been reading, this felt way too shallow. It us meant to be light and fuzzy but needed more depth. The play on Dracula was intriguing in s silly way but since that is probably my favorite classic I wanted more. As the second book in the Tantalize series...
I just adore the world Cynthia Smith has created. This book was just as good as the first but in different ways. While not as funny as Tantalize tended to be Eternal's plot had its own humor. You get a closer look at the hierarchy vampires (or the preferred term "Eternals") have created and it is co...