Eternity Three hundred years ago Raven St James was accused of witchcraftOnly one man tried to free her from the hangman s noose Duncan the town minister who died trying to save her Three hundred years late

  • Title: Eternity
  • Author: Maggie Shayne
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  • Page: 436
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  • Three hundred years ago, Raven St James was accused of witchcraftOnly one man tried to free her from the hangman s noose Duncan, the town minister, who died trying to save her Three hundred years later, the accused witch still lives and longs for her loveAt last, after centuries of loneliness, Raven has found her precious Duncan But as he awakens to the passion oThree hundred years ago, Raven St James was accused of witchcraftOnly one man tried to free her from the hangman s noose Duncan, the town minister, who died trying to save her Three hundred years later, the accused witch still lives and longs for her loveAt last, after centuries of loneliness, Raven has found her precious Duncan But as he awakens to the passion of his past life, so too does the evil that tore them apart Now Raven and Duncan must prove their love for all eternity

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    2- the story idea was nice about two people who time and death could not separate. The idea was nice I just thought the story stuttered a faulted for me. First I really dislike tales of witch hunts, mob mentality gone stupid and just plan ignorance. *This book had all three. I got uninterested and found myself skimming pages through the horrible history parts, the back ground of the white art/darks arts, and many more. The Native American bit was thrown in there so random and incomplete it was d [...]

    I got this book as a freebie from and it was a very enjoyable read. While the love story between Raven and Duncan was the main focus of the novel it was the historical aspect of the witch trials in both the UK and US that intrigued me the most. I felt that there was a lot of research undertaken that helped make the the whole story feel very real. As someone who has a Wiccan in their family I felt that Maggie Shayne's representation of the old religion to be sensitive and compassionate. I found [...]

    This was such a unique paranormal witch tale. Here's my breakdown:Pros:* Solid characters* Great writing style* Offered as a freebie* Really sweet romanceCons:* It became repetitive at times, especially during "Part 2" of this readOverall, I was impressed with this book and will definitely check out book 2 in the series.

    This book should probably be three stars instead of four. Predictable, formula, been done, but I enjoyed it. OK? It was a fun read. Immortal witches, time travel, treachery, and some steamy romance and a hot Scottish dude, but do all Scottish hotties have to have the last name Wallace? Overall an enjoyable bit of escapism so four stars but don't expect great literature, just a fun story.


    Raven St. James lives with her mother who is a local 'healer'. The town has been fighting a plague. Raven's mother was unable to save her own husband from the plague and is mourning him. Her sister-in-law comes to the house and demands that she heal her son. Since Raven's mother is unable to heal the son her siter-in-law accuses her of being a witch. The town's folk grab Raven and her mother and get ready for a hanging which takes place the next morning. The author builds wonderful characters gi [...]

    I loved this book! I couldn't put it down! It shares the typical moral of "You don't know what you have until it's gone" You're following Raven St. James on her journey. She finds family that she felt she'd lost. She grew as a person/witch. She fell in love and fights to keep it alive even after 300 yrs.Witches normally aren't my thing. This however made them "my thing" as long as they're Maggie Shayne's. The more I read of her the more I love her works.

    Would rate this at about a 3.8. Read this about ten years ago and apparently I'm no longer the die-hard romantic I used to be. While it was a pretty quick read I had no trouble putting it down to get other stuff done. There was a ton of saccharin romance that turned me off, but the plot is really interesting. Favorite character in this book is Arianna, who just happens to be the heroine of the next book :)

    This book is so good! I had a very difficult time putting it down. I kept turning the pages wanting to know what happened next! I have not done this in a long time. Ms. Shayne wove a wonderful story around actual historical events, bringing those events to life.

    One of my all time fav/keeper romance. I bring this book out to reread over and over when I want a emotional, tear-jerker love story.

    Historical, magical, and ultimately wonderful!3 StarsSeries: Book 1: Immortal WitchesCharacters: Raven and DuncanSetting: Europe, New World - MaineMature Themes: Rape, murder, violence, sexRecommendation: The witch trials were brutal and Eternity does little to hide that, if you’re into historical fiction, this does have a nicely woven in connection. There are some violent deaths and though not extremely graphic, something to note. All of the romance, historical, and magical aspect were combin [...]

    Eannatum Was The Future King Of Lagash And Studied Hard, But His Fellow Student's Did Not Want Any Part Of The Boy Who Would Be King, His Only Friend Was The Girl Who Was Abandoned On The Temple Steps As A Babe And While He Was Groomed To Become The Next King She Was Groomed To Be The Priestess, He Had Guards So They Had To Sneak To Their Special Place To Play So They Could Be Children Without The Prying Eye's Of The Guards And The Priestess Lia. Eventually, Natum Made A Pact With Nibada To Teac [...]

    Raven, a witch, discovers she is immortal, i.e. coming back from death again and again. She falls in love with Duncan, who dies trying to save her. Duncan's mentor, Nathanael, an evil witch, pursues Raven because he needs her heart to prolong his own life and enhance his powers.300 years later, fate (and a couple of well placed spells) lead the three of them to the location of Raven's last death for the final confrontation.A good plot, sympathetic characters, but for me, something was missing to [...]

    I wish I could give this 10 stars! 5 just doesn't seem like enough.This book has far surpassed expectations. I admit that I started reading it a bit skeptically - I did not think I liked stories about witches and never had any interest in reading them. However, all that has now changed with Eternity. The plot is so original and creative, the characters are dynamic and exciting and even though I just finished the novel, I already miss them. The characters are an exciting realistic blend of extrao [...]

    Romance originally released back in the 90s about a young woman in the late sixteen hundreds who discovers after she’s been killed, that she’s an immortal witch, and that there are two kinds of immortal witches. And the evil ones need her heart to give them more power. Raven is about to be hung as a witch when she first meets Duncan, a young priest who feels an immediate connection to her and does his best to prevent it. I’d read this series when it was initially released so long ago and j [...]

    What a amazing book ! I can't believe I have never come across this series or author before. Raven and her mother are set to die at the gallows accused of witchcraft. The plague has claimed many , and local townsfolk believe they are the cause,Duncan Wallace , a priest in training protests the hanging. Duncan and Raven see each other . and time stands still , a connection has been made a heartbeat , a breathe . a soul searching. The lever is pulled and Raven's neck is snapped. Death is dark , b [...]

    I am breathlessly wowed!I have read A LOT of Maggie Shayne books and have loved every single one, so hearing Maggie say that Eternity was "the single best novel I have ever written" both did and did not surprise me.After finishing the book though, I can sort of see where she's coming fromWings in the Night will always hold a very special place in my heart, and I stand my assessment that The Portal series is epic. This book, however, is truly something special and will be one I will read way more [...]

    This was an entertaining book. No literary award winning book, but a pleasurable book that kept me reading on my bus ride home from work. I was sad to see it endady to read another!The writing in this book was great. Although "mystical", I never said"Are you kidding me?" The main characters are very well developed; you really know "who" they are, and they reacted appropriately to their character in the different situations and conversations in the story.There is a big time gap in the story. I wo [...]

    RE-READ 5/4/15: 4.5 stars! I love paranormal books, especially ones that involve some sort of past lives. I find it even more romantic to love someone so much not only in one life, but all of them. I do know that I jut wanted to smack those crazy people from the 1600's when they sprouted all this crap about witchery. Such fools!A very different kind of witch story, but it had a nice sense of history to it, but a lot of action along with a deep everlasting love. I loved the series very much.

    I loved this book! I've always been a fan of the love through the ages formula and this book did not disappoint. I was hesitant to buy another Maggie Shayne book after reading some of her vampire novels, but I'm glad I gave her another try. I was also impressed with the amount of detail brought in about the old ways, or Wicca. Of course, at the end of the book when I read the author bio it said she's a High Priestess so that made sense. Infinity was good, too. :D

    This was an amazing, free book! I'm so glad I stumbled across it. I can't wait to read more in the series. I loved the historical part and it's connection to actual witch trials, including Salem. It was such an original concept (for once!)Only CON: could have been edited again! There were a lot of missing quotations at the beginning of a quote. Some words were spelled wrong every time: softly = softy; father = rather. It didn't take away from the story, but was really noticeable.

    I liked the characters a lot. There wasn't a whole lot of performing magic going on. It was more of an eternal love story. There were some things that needed editing. On the whole I liked the book, I just really am not into love stories right now. It had enough adventure to keep me reading. I really wanted to know what was going to happen next with Raven, Duncan, Nathaniel, and Arianna.

    14 April 2014: I already have the first three books in this series, but there's a box set right now for $0.99 on Kindle: Eternal Love: The Immortal Witch Series

    This book is divided into two parts. I kind of liked the first part, but the second part was so repetitive and whiny that I kept wondering when it would ever end. Not a good sign. Also the ebook version of this novel was riddled with errors--missing letters, misspelled words and more. I give it a C- for the first part.

    We all live in a world of good and evil, no less those among us who possess special powers as witches. Raven St. James only learns her true power when she and her mother are accused of witchcraft in England in the 1600's. But Raven learns that the Dark Side will forever hunt her for the powers her own beating heart can give them--the heart she has pledged to one man throughout time.

    This book has been sitting on my shelf to read for years now Not sure why I never read it and decided to pick it up this weekend. Wow I could kick myself. Fun read! Loved the intwined stories of passed lives and a epic love tale. And who doesn't love a good tale of good vs. evil?

    This was my mom's book, I read it on vacation and was obsessed. I don't remember, but this might have been my first romance novel. I don't think Mom has it anymore, but I really want to read it again.

    This had some pretty cool elements and was an overall enjoyable story. The instant connection between the Hero and Heroine was exciting and completely believable. Some of the events toward the end were a bit farfetched but not so much as to detract from the story.

    Really great story, even the first person parts. Gave it 4 stars because there were just too many typos.

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