End of Eternity

End of Eternity

by Loretta Lost

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940156732012
Publisher: ThunderWords Press
Publication date: 11/02/2014
Series: End of Eternity , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 201
Sales rank: 5,742
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Loretta Lost writes to experience all the love and excitement that can often be lacking from real life. She finds it therapeutic to explore her issues through the eyes of a different person. She hopes to have a family someday, but until then her characters will do nicely.

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End of Eternity 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Carol1991 More than 1 year ago
Loretta Lost’s ‘End of Eternity’ wins huge points for its intense scenes and its sheer emotional gravitas. Main character Carmen Winters feels every inch a real person, with troubles deeper than she could manage. When she comes home one day to find her husband dead from suicide, Carmen’s life unravels and takes a downward spin—and there, as they say, is the rub. It’s not easy to categorize ‘End of Eternity’ as just another run-of-the-mill contemporary romance. Sure, there are those steamy scenes, the handsome/awesome men, and, in this book, the “damsel in severe distress”. But the book—thanks to the talents of its author Loretta Lost—goes actually deeper and more complex—and therefore much more engaging and entertaining. Carmen Winters as a character is pulsating with life and love and desire and hope; she’s not a cardboard in a gallery of phoneys, but a woman like anyone we’ve known. I love the story and the climax and the way the author pushed everything to a white-knuckle cliffhanger—so that you’re left there wondering “what’s next?” Thankfully, this is only the first in four books—and the whole set is available now. So you can sink your teeth in Carmen’s love and life. Get a copy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just coming off of the Clarity series, I wasn't sure how I would like reading a set of books with Helen's sister as the main character. All I can say is that Miss Lost blew me away with her ability to tell a story. I was simply floored by how stunning the first book was. Old characters come back in new ways, there are new dangers and circumstances that all had me on the edge of my seat. I plowed through this book in a single night and I'm eagerly starting the second book.  Five stars simply isn’t enough!
VictoriaRJ More than 1 year ago
Great start to a new series! Thank goodness we get more of the story after Clarity, because I was dying to know just a little more. Now, I feel like I understand some of the characters even better, and I am very excited to see how this all plays out. I was hooked the whole time, and can't wait for the next book! Very fascinating story. 
Abigail_D More than 1 year ago
As with all of Loretta's books, this one was a wild ride. Truly enjoyed Carmen's story
BookLady83 More than 1 year ago
Love this author, love these books. Can't wait to read more!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I accidentally started reading this book before I read the Clarity series. I was fortunately stopped before I ruined too much for myself, but what little I did read kept me waiting all through Clarity. It was worth the wait, a great book.
CrazyBookaholic More than 1 year ago
Totally loved this book!
Ebienic More than 1 year ago
Walking in on your husband’s lifeless, post suicide body swaying in the breeze of the open door is bad enough, but pregnant Carmen now has to deal with both the funeral and her sister’s car accident on the same day - as well as take care of her father while he deals with her sister’s crash as well. Can she navigate the stress as well as the obvious attempts of the men in her life to soothe a grieving widow? I was intrigued by the idea of an inner monologue for someone experiencing life that included suicide, pregnancy and potential fatal car crash of someone she loved, but quickly found myself disenchanted with Carmen’s character. I honestly thought she was well written and well developed, just not someone I could relate to, personally. While I could not predict how I would react in the same circumstance, I just had a hard time processing the obvious lust and inappropriate relations with what seemed like any man who wasn’t related to her. Still, it was a very involving story and I found myself hoping for the best for the character and her baby, even if I knew we could never be BFFs in real life.
meghanrye600 More than 1 year ago
I’ve never read a book as jarring yet so seductive as Loretta Lost’s ‘End of Eternity’. Seriously, try reading even the first few pages—where Carmen Winters comes home to the gruesome sight of her husband hanging from the chandelier—and see if you can’t be helplessly drawn in, Especially with the author’s powerful sense of juxtaposition: for example, the dead body of her “beautiful” husband vis-à-vis the crystals of the chandelier, beauty and madness, structure and insanity placed side-by-side together is just touché. Worse, Carmen is actually pregnant, which only adds to her fears: if her husband suffered from mental problems, would her child also be afflicted with the same mental illnesses? In that context does author Loretta Lost deftly sinews the story, which proves to be a rich ground for complexity when men like Brad or Owen pops up in Carmen’s life.  What’s more, ‘End of Eternity’ is only the first book of what we learn is a four-part series, so there’s more where this story comes from. Highly recommended to fans of contemporary romance, ‘End of Eternity’ is a deeply entertaining read that will leave you craving for more.
Aleja33 More than 1 year ago
Oh my… Nothing says more about a great book than its opening chapter. Try the preview offer by Amazon, and you’ll see what I mean… This is Carmen’s world and I won't spoil it for you. However, if you haven’t read “Clarity” you should start there, it simply makes it more juicy if you know where Grayson’s decision is coming from… What I love about this book is how the author reveals Carmen’s psychological state, her vulnerability and present us with the most beautiful down to earth tale of strength and courage, I have read in a long time. This story is intense with a spoonful of humor and sarcasm, thanks to Owen’s charming presence… That’s it, I won’t spoil it for you, just grab a copy and enjoy!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book! I enjoyed reading from Carmen's POV. In true Loretta Lost fashion she leaves us hanging right when the whole story starts to happen, this is why I can't give the book more than 3 stars. I would rather pay $8 for a whole book, than $3.99 for installments of the book. Great writing, great characters...just not enough book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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