But the water comes at a price. With lives--and hearts--at stake, Scarlet leads her friends on a dangerous journey to the Fountain of Youth. Where eternal life is possible, but death is certain. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. Published December 11th by Firefall Publishing first published December 1st More Details Edition Language. The Archers of Avalon 3. Other Editions 8.
Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Avow , please sign up. I didn't understand the epilogue. What was that about?? Megan Jones Because when they took the fruit, Nate explained that there would be no more water or fruit but in the end they described the beginning of more water …more Because when they took the fruit, Nate explained that there would be no more water or fruit but in the end they described the beginning of more water and fruit. Aishwarya Suresh Chelsea Fine is the author of this book.
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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. It appears that I have an addiction similar to that of the Eternal Water addiction. However, instead of needing Eternal Water, I need some more Tristan. I like your tattoo, sir! Fine, could there be more steamy moments between Tristan and Scarlet? Please, please, please? I think I enjoyed the ones in the last book a little too much View all 10 comments.
Jun 27, Stormy rated it really liked it. So sad to see this series end.
Everyone got their HEA. I'm going to miss Tristan the most. The best part of this series was Scarlet's and Tristan's relationship. With your piercing intense green eyes and all your immortal hotness Don't you just love saying that? Immortal hotness there is no way I'm forgetting you and I will be seeing you again in December, you lovely hunter, you. Oh, and I'm hoping you will be shirt So sad to see this series end. Oh, and I'm hoping you will be shirtless on this cover. Please and thank you. Well, I didn't get my shiftless Tristan wish but I love the cover anyway.
View all 8 comments. Jun 21, Jess rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , , pnr-romance , love-the-cover , fave-characters , young-adult , my-book-boyfriend.
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Need time to let it all sink in!! I need this book now!! If not soon I might die!! December is so far away!! December 11th!!
I am about to explode!! View 2 comments. Mar 15, Melissa Ever So Mela rated it liked it Shelves: paranormal , ya-romance , strong-leading-lady , triangle-of-hell , paranormal-romance. I'm just going to be lazy and link a couple of reviews from friends who I think would do a much better job at explaining in great detail why this series is worth a try.
Anna's review Chelsea's review P. My rating is lower. It's just that what slightly irritated them, irked me at a greater level. He leaned into her and his expression became very sincere. In life and death and everything in-between. The final book!! This book pulled so much from me. The prior two installments had their fair share of angst, but nothing compared to a lifetime of missed chances, lost loves, misunderstandings, and waiting.
Waiting and waiting and waiting for the o He leaned into her and his expression became very sincere.
It's heartbreaking. It's tormenting. It's angsty. It's messy.
She glanced at him under the yellow glow of the streetlamps above, running her eyes along his profile as he stared forward with a clenched jaw. He was fierce.
He was patient. He was everything she loved. And he was dying. I really really love the flashbacks for these books, I really do. But it was a shock to me that so much was set in the past because I wasn't used to it.
In the last book, where the flashbacks started, it was every other chapter or every two chapters. But in this final one, it was one solid chunk in the middle so as to portray the heartbreak and turmoil the boys went through, and I think Fine succeeded in this feat. There were no present day interruptions and no breaks from the devastation these three went through Nathaniel said, "Her return is dependent on the magic in her veins.
It could take decades-" "I can wait decades," Tristan said.
Did you know Scarlet? Because I was under the impression you were gone when she first came to the castle.
You seem to care deeply for Gabriel's wife-" "She wasn't his wife. Not everyone will love, but the angst, determination, and heart-break spoke to me and touched me more than I ever thought it could I don't much care for past lives, but I was clouded and overwhelmed with emotion-I couldn't ask for more than that. My heart cracked alongside Scarlet and Tristan's, I felt their annoyance and willingness for the inevitable to come and for a change to occur.
I was there beside them every step of the way, and I loved it. You cannot just keep yourself in pain," she said, filling up with all the fear and love she felt for him as she stepped forward again. If it was possible to burn someone into your soul, Tristan was ablaze in hers, and had been for centuries. Seared into her flesh and permanently marked on her heart. I am going to miss Scarlet and Tristan-that much is a fact.
He never looked at another girl, he never doubted his love for her, he only did what he had to do to keep her alive even if it hurt him far more than dying ever could , and he lived with torment that no man should ever feel each and every time she would pass away because of his close proximity or the lack of finding a cure that would keep Scarlet out of her recurring cycle of painful deaths.
I loved all these characters so much, but I'll never forget Tristan-his clenched jaw, his need to do anything and everything to take care of Scarlet, and his selfless persona that almost cost him his life time after time.