Ceaseless by Abbi Glines
Series: Existence, #3
Genre: Fantasy | Romance | Paranormal
Age Range: Young Adult
Format: Paperback, 195 pages
Source: My Copy
Published on September 18th 2012 (first published September 17th 2012)
Abbi Glines: Website | Twitter | Goodreads
Can he make her fall in love with him… again?
When Pagan Moore proved worthy of Death’s devotion, he was given the gift of getting to keep her.
But Dank was never promised that Pagan would keep him.
When a soul is created, so is its mate. In every lifetime those souls find each other. They complete the other’s destiny. It’s time for Pagan’s soul to choose if she truly wants an eternity at Death’s side or if she wants the mate created just for her.
Dank didn’t think he had to worry about her choice. He knew where her heart belonged. Until he realized that every kiss, every touch, every moment of their time together would be washed from her memories. He would have to win her heart all over again and prove to her soul that he was where she belonged.
If only her soul’s mate wasn’t right there standing in his way.
I decided to go with eBook cover for this book because honestly I kinda hate the paperback cover compared to this. Anyways Demi and I decided to read the last book of the series even though we didn’t enjoy this series as much as we– or at least I was hoping for. You can read Demi’s review here.
The Deity decided to take Pagan’s memories away so she’d give her designed soulmate “a change”. I really liked the concept of this but I somehow expected more. Pagan is different now that she doesn’t have any memories of Dank, Leif or even about seeing souls and honestly I preferred the way she was in earlier books.
It was different to see Dank going after Pagan and not the other way around. It as also different to see him being jealous but I was getting sick of love triangles if you really could call this one a love triangle. I enjoyed the romance and how Dank wanted her to have the best and for her to have every best experience.
I didn’t like Jay. I just didn’t. I’m not even sure why he kept asking her out when he acted the way he did.
All in all this felt like a filler. I get why Miranda had a relationship that needed to be written but she should’ve just had her own book, maybe novella. Otherwise I feel like everything could’ve happened in book two. The amnesia was just pointless.