Evercrossed by Elizabeth Chandler


Format: Paperback

First love never dies…

It’s been a year since Ivy’s boyfriend, Tristan, died, and in that time she has tried to move on. But when a near fatal accident leaves her own life hanging in the balance Ivy finds herself reunited with Tristan as she floats towards the afterlife. A passionate kiss from him returns her to life, but when Ivy wakes up in hospital, all she can think about is Tristan and the love she has lost.

And memories are not all that’s come back from the past… Cast out from heaven for saving the girl he loves, Tristan finds himself back on earth in the body of a stranger. Can he find his way back to Ivy – and will their love be enough to save them?

Compared to the book that proceeds this one this book is rather short. I later learned that the first book is apparently three together whereas this one is a single story.

But in the first book you do not get the disjointed feeling of going from one book to another.

But never mind.

This is still an excellent story and carries on from the previous book very well.

Quite a lot happens within the short length of the book and had I read the blub once more before actually reading the book I may not have been as confused as I was. But that is not to say that I was very confused. Only a little.

This book does end rather abruptly though and you can see that Elizabeth intends to continue the story on as it cannot be left as it is.

In this book we continue to follow Ivy, Will and Beth from the previous book and a few other characters are added in. They do not get as much detail about them as, it seems to me, they are only temporary and most likely won’t feature too much in the coming book(s). But, that said, they do add to the story and provide another element to make the book good.

I look forward to reading the next book as and when it comes out and it will be interesting to see how much Elizabeth has planned for Ivy and Tristan and how many books she ends up releasing based on these characters.

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