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Emblaze (Violet Eden Chapters / Embrace, book 3) by Jessica Shirvington
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Shirvingtom Reading Read. Refresh and try shirviington. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Emblaze by Jessica Shirvington. Once again Violet Eden faces an impossible choice Violet has come to terms with the fact that being part angel, part human, means her life will never be as it was.
Now Violet has something Phoenix – the exiled angel who betrayed her – will do anything for, and she has no intention of letting it fall into his hands. The only emblazr Once again Violet Eden faces an impossible choice The only problem is that he has something she needs too.
Emblaze (The Violet Eden Chapters, #3) by Jessica Shirvington
Not afraid to raise the stakes, Phoenix seemingly holds all the power, always one step ahead. And when he puts emb,aze final pieces of the prophecy together, it doesn’t take him long to realise exactly who he needs in order to open the gates of Hell.
With the help of surprising new allies, ancient prophecies are deciphered, a destination set and, after a shattering confrontation with her father, Violet leaves for the islands of Greece without knowing if she will have a home to return to PaperbackAUS Edition embkaze, pages.
The Violet Eden Chapters 3. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Emblazeplease sign up. So I’ve always been in love with Phoenix and Eden, and I’m wondering if anyone knows any other YA books that consists of the main character falling for the guy thats evil or bad??
Or just any YA books with a romance like the love with Shirvignton and Phoenix? A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J Maas has two love interests, but the “bad guy” love interest is more in book 2.
What was the specific quote that Violet said to Lincoln about what she experiences when he uses his power? Joselyn Lucio its like warm honey in the sun wrapping around her, or at least i think thats what she said. Jesscia 2 questions about Emblaze…. Lists with This Book. Jul 02, Caitlin rated it it was amazing Shelves: You know by now that I love these books.
They’re perfection in my eyes and reliving this story was the best decision I’ve ever made. This is my very close second favourite of the series and I adore it so much. When I emmblaze the books for the first time, the first 3 books were out already so I had to wait for book 4 and 5 and let me tell you they were the longest wait ever. The cliffhanger on this book made me want to cry thinking about jewsica for the next one but boy was the shirvinvton one even worse You know by now that I love these books.
The cliffhanger on this book made me want to cry thinking about waiting for the next one but boy was the next one even worse. I could gush about these books all day. Violet and Lincoln’s story is spectacular and I just sbirvington get enough. I still adore Phoenix, especially in this book onwards.
I love rmblaze so much. Jul 16, Andrea rated it really liked it Shelves: I love this guy. He so deserves his own book. I liked the little insight jesslca got about is family or lack of albeit, it made me sad for him. If you could hug a fictional character, I’d smother him. His loyalty was relentless and every time that guy opens his mouth, I either gush or smile.
The guy is amazing. Apart from maybe Phoenix. Which I am getting to. I fell in love with him more and more by each chapter. At first, I could not believe that he could be that cruel and would intentionally get Rudyard killed, and thankfully, I was right. That part made me a little teary and I really, really hope that he gets his own HEA coming from a masochist reader, that says a lot or at least karma for saving those all those lives – human and Grigori, alike – from the volcano and tsunami.
How can Violet hate her so much.
I mean, yeah, she abandoned her and her hubby and also traded Violet’s “fate” but doesn’t she at least deserve a chance to explain? Plus, she is your mother! Oh my god, I feel so sorry for her father.
He’s so innocent in all of it but he keeps gerring burned, by his wife, then his daughter. A supposedly dead wife. I cannot stand that woman. I wish I could do that. Dapper is still a mystery and I have a feeling we may never find out what he is. Or maybe what he is will be a major plot line of the story which is completely contradictory to what I just said so maybe I should just keep my thoughts about him to myself, yes?
I found myself liking Onyx more and more. He’s different, honest – if I were in Phoenix’s position, I would stop at nothing to kill you, Violet, honest – unless he has ulterior motives and amusing.
The scene where Lincoln and Violet are forced to kiss is so beautifully written. I guess because its’ solely based on their love and not lust, which makes it all the more romantic.
And the not she left him near the end was sweet, and I found myself, hoping too that he’d read it with a smile and not a frown, despite my leniency towards Phoenix. Can’t wait till Endless and hope Phoenix gets something good out of all of it. And fingers crossed for that Spence spin-off. View all 4 comments.
Apr 11, Marie rated it really liked it Shelves: I don’t know If I’m the only one here. But I love Phoenix- I have since book 1 and I will until the last one. How anyone can blame him for how he is is beyond me. He was judged and cast out before he said a word. He’s finally experienced love- a completely new, unknown and very scary feeling and he has no clue what to do or how to act.
He’s fighting the darkness inside that he never asked for and struggles for control every single day, he only wanted her to live him and he may have gone about th I don’t know If I’m the only shirrvington here. He’s fighting the darkness inside that he never asked for and struggles for control every single day, he only wanted her to live him and he may have gone about that wrongly, but how can he know this when no-one has taught him right from wrong.
He had no role models, no life education to tell him how to cope with these feelings he’s experiencing. Instead he has jesaica helplessly exist and stand there seeing the person he loves love another. Yeah I hate Licoln. He’s done nothing wrong shircington because of him Phoenix is miserable and will never be with the person he loves. This love triangles getting boring. Anyway the bombshell at the end of this book. I hope book 4 is out soon thats all I have to say!
Blaming himself for being a bad dad, thinking it was all his fault. He’s finally starting to get his life back on track and he comes home to find his daughter back from frickin Greece and his ‘dead’ wife standing in the jeseica.
Can’t wait to see how that turns out! View all 17 comments. Mar 21, Gabbie Rampant Readers rated it it was amazing Shelves: My Review Favorite Quote s: You know what’s real xhirvington it’s shirvibgton and it hurts and we jrssica Damn it, Vi–we’re jessca I’d die for you, give up all my power for you. I’d give you my soul in an instant, even if it meant I had to spend eternity in torment–just for one moment with you as mine.
May I direct you to the quotes above? I’m go My Review Favorite Quote s: I’m going to give the first line to chapter one, as the prologue is from the POV of Violet’s mother, Evelyn. Jessica Shirvington has done it again: Emblaze was an intense novel–not just in the insane plot, but also in the decisions that had to be made, and the love ‘triangle’ that we’ve been watching thus far.
Shirvington’s writing has the ability to plant the reader right in the middle of the action–the reader isn’t just reading about what happens, they are experiencing it right along with the characters.