Can he make her fall in love with him… again?
When Pagan Moore proved worthy of Death’s devotion, he was given the gift of getting to keep her.
But Dank was never promised that Pagan would keep him.
When a soul is created, so is its mate. In every lifetime those souls find each other. They complete the other’s destiny. It’s time for Pagan’s soul to choose if she truly wants an eternity at Death’s side or if she wants the mate created just for her.
Dank didn’t think he had to worry about her choice. He knew where her heart belonged. Until he realized that every kiss, every touch, every moment of their time together would be washed from her memories. He would have to win her heart all over again and prove to her soul that he was where she belonged.
If only her soul’s mate wasn’t right there standing in his way.
That’s the only word I can think of to sum up how I feel about Abbi Glines’ conclusion to the Existence Trilogy. I enjoyed Existence enough to make me read Predestined, which I actually enjoyed a bit more, but Ceaseless was completely lacking in substance for me. The characters were incredibly static and the whole book read like a poorly scripted porno (which isn’t really my cup of tea anyways). Pagan has had her memory wiped and doesn’t remember Dank or any of the time she spent with him, so he spends the whole book trying to win her back. Cue the cheese whiz.
Another pet peeve of mine is that Glines must have rushed to finish Ceaseless because it was absolutely riddled with typos. Definitely needed a better editor.
This story had a ton of potential, and the storyline kept me engaged, but overall it was a pretty disappointing end to the series. I would give Ceaseless two out of five stars.