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Fragile Eternity Seth Never Expected He Would Want To Settle Down With Anyone But That Was Before Aislinn She Is Everything He D Ever Dreamed Of, And He Wants To Be With Her Forever Forever Takes On New Meaning, Though, When Your Girlfriend Is An Immortal Faery QueenAislinn Never Expected To Rule The Very Creatures Who D Always Terrified Her But That Was Before Keenan He Stole Her Mortality To Make Her A Monarch, And Now She Faces Challenges And Enticements Beyond Any She D Ever ImaginedIn Melissa Marr S Third Mesmerizing Tale Of Faerie, Seth And Aislinn Struggle To Stay True To Themselves And Each Other In A Milieu Of Shadowy Rules And Shifting Allegiances, Where Old Friends Become New Enemies And One Wrong Move Could Plunge The Earth Into Chaos

10 thoughts on “Fragile Eternity

  1. says:

    I ll be honest and just say that my only reason for reading this is Seth I wish I hadn t It s like he s not even the same guy Being in love is not a good look for him apperently, because it turns him into a lovesick puppy I wonder at what point he lost his balls maybe Aislinn accidentally burned them off I kept thin

  2. says:

    2.5 stars Okay, let s keep it real We all know I ve had trouble getting into YA lately, but I needed something light to listen to while doing yoga It turned out to be a rather insightful experience, however, because reading Fragile Eternity help me pinpoint a little better why YA just hasn t been hitting the spot lately and I

  3. says:

    The long awaited sequel to WICKED LOVELY is here Melissa Marr was kind enough to give us INK EXCHANGE, a companion to WICKED LOVELY, where we met other characters from this wildly inventive and tantalizing world, but a true sequel is what we really wanted and now we have it.Aislinn Ash is dealing with what being the Summer Queen means

  4. says:

    3 out of 10 review in russianIt could be 5 out of 10 stars, if the book didn t angry me that much It could be 4 out of 10 stars, if I understood that the story wasn t that bad, and the problem was just with my taste being different But 3 stars mean that I had some hopes and they are shattered now, this is worse than not my cup or average read Re

  5. says:

    So I may be the only girl alive who has qualms with this book In fact, I had so much trouble that it took me a whopping 5 days to read Although I read Graceling over the span of 3 months, I actually had only spent 2 days actually reading it because it was a huge read This means that Fragile Eternity was by far the longest book it has ever taken me to read

  6. says:

    Not sure why I m continuing this series Curiosity, maybe There are few characters in this book or series that I even like Most of the fey are so self absorbed with their constant what s good for my court, what my court needs, is just boring I get it, they do what s best for their court, but seriously, I don t need to be beaten over the head with the idea I get it.T

  7. says:

    I was feeling unsure about this series, because I loved Wicked Lovely but felt meh ish about Ink Exchange Fragile Eternity is a return to the former, but without the wonder probably because I know that world now Seth s journey to be closer to Ash, despite the presence of Keenen and the approach of Summer, is at the heart of this book the choice he makes is not unexpected, bu

  8. says:

    Not as bad as Ink Exchange, but nowhere near as well done as Wicked Lovely, this series is becoming a real disappointment Too much recapping and then a rush to the inevitable cliffhanger, which is always a danger with series books and a real disaster with this one I don t see true long term success for this series unless Marr can find a way to deliver endings that offer a little closu

  9. says:

    Aislinn cries Seth waits around 389 pages and it s finally over.

  10. says:

    Fragile Eternity is the sequel to Wicked Lovely , but the third in Melissa Marr s Tales of Faerie Chronologically, it takes place after both WL and Ink Exchange , although you do not need to read INK to understand this book However, this book relies heavily on events from WL, and having read INK will allow you pick up on some subtleties.After the events in Wicked Lovely and Ink Exchange , Aislinn is now

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