Beyond Eventide: Bound by Sarah M. Cradit (Reviewed by Julie, #NerdGirlJulie)

Beyond Eventide Bound cover

Title: Beyond Eventide: Bound

   Author: Sarah M. Cradit

   Published Date: April 06, 2014

   Genre:  Paranormal / Fantasy


   1 star1 star1 star1 star

  paragraph divider 18



Finnegan St. Andrews has lost everything. His perspective on the world is forever changed.

Anasofiya Deschanel no longer knows who she is…or what. She longs both for what she has, and all she has left behind.

Aidrik the Wise has vowed to do anything for his evigbond. As he watches her life force slowly ebb, he begins to understand the sacrifice he must make to save her.

All three individuals are bound by love, promises, and the undeniable threads of fate

 ***Contains Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***

paragraph divider 18***Julie, #NerdGirlJulie’s Review***

This fast-paced novella gives fans of The House of Crimson and Clover series everything they were craving at the end of the Illusions of Eventide.

The sense of adventure was fun. The potential threat kept me reading long into the night–I had to find out what happened. I really enjoyed the motley group of Deschanels who were introduced in this story, and I loved getting to know Anna (half-sister of Adrienne) more. One of my favorite lines from this book is, “The threads of fate weave slowly until at last, an unbreakable knot”. The wedding vows tugged at my heart (you’ll have to read the book to find out who gets married)!

Sarah Cradit hit another home-run with me, and I cannot wait to read the next book in this series!

***Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official. For more information regarding our reviews please visit our Fan Site:***


 Buy Links:

IconKindle1 IconNook1 IconSmashwords1 IconKobo1

The following two tabs change content below.

The NerdGirl

Blogger, Reviewer, Promoter extraordinaire, I don’t think you will find ANYONE that loves books more than her. Gladys will read anything but prefers paranormal and fantasy. She likes historical and some contemporary ….. as long as its not predictable.
  • Isanklyne Tongson

    Just added this to my TBR list! #isanklynetongson

NGO on Twitter!