Evie just can’t seem to get a grip on normal. Just as she thinks her life is finally returning to normal, Evie is thrown back into the paranormal world when agents from the infamous IPCA arrive at her doorstep, wanting her to come back to work for them. Things seem very strange when Evie finds out that Raquel has been replaced with Anne-Laurie LeFevre as Supervisor.
And if that wasn’t enough, a group of paranormals show up asking Evie to open a gate only Empty Ones can open back to their world, otherwise they’ll suffer a horrible fate. Evie soon finds herself in the middle of a war between the faerie courts, paranormals, and IPCA.
Can Evie survive and save everyone else she loves in the world she’s come to call home?
Endlessly was a wonderful conclusion to an amazing trilogy. I couldn’t get enough of this series and am sad that it has to come to a close.
Evie is one of my all-time favorite characters. The amount of spunk and sarcasm that radiates off the page from Evie’s dialogue and thoughts is amazing. She’s the epitome of perfect characterization – her personality is so realistic and well-done, she seems like she could leap off the page and become real. I love reading about the messes Evie gets in and about how she wriggles her way out of them.
The romance in the Paranormalcy series is phenomenal, and Endlessly is no exception. Kiersten White mixes it up a little with a twist you won’t expect that is just so hilarious and clever at the same time, it provides a bit of freshness to Evie and Lend’s romance. They have the perfect, cutesy relationship that you gag at but secretly wish you had with your significant other.
While the plot was not as good as it was in Paranormalcy, I enjoyed it more than Supernaturally and that’s saying a lot, because I enjoyed each of the three novels immensely. I love the twists and turns White throws at you and found Endlessly to have the perfect amount of action.
Overall, I would definitely recommend this series and Endlessly to anyone, especially paranormal romance lovers. White is so creative with a subject that can be overdone and cliched and writes such brilliant characters, you can’t help but fall in love with these novels. So stop reading and go buy this series!
Meghan is a 18-year-old book blogger. She likes to read and write in her spare time and would like to become a published author one day. She plans on going to college soon.
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