Saturday, 26 January 2013

United Eden (Eden Trilogy #3) By Nicole Williams Review


Life’s been many things for twenty year old Bryn Dawson, but one thing it’s never been is easy. And it’s only about to get harder.

As the gossip of Bryn being Betrothed to Patrick, her true love’s little brother, becomes more reality than rumor, Bryn does her best to think positive thoughts, ignore Patrick’s odd behavior, avoid Paul’s relentless advances, and attempts to conjure William back from his latest overseas mission. She fails on all fronts.

The night an army of Inheritors set out with an agenda to deliver vengeance on any Guardian surrounding Bryn, the Betrothal Ball becomes the least of her worries. Instead of worrying about who she’ll be marching down the aisle towards, she has to accept she might not be making the journey down the aisle ever. 

Happily ever after is about to take a serious hiatus and Bryn’s about to discover the only thing waiting for her at the end of that aisle is a grave.


This series just keeps getting better, what a fabulous ending to a wonderful series. This book was fantastic – I was laughing out loud, a lot, at the inside family jokes, the love that has pulled this family together. The plot of this third and final Eden is gripping and keeps you turning pages.I absolutely loved it. I liked it more than the first two. It seems like in every book death was nipping at Bryn and Williams heals and it not only was nipping at them in this book, it caught up. Both of them are faced with a few life or death situations.

 Bryn is her usual self, throwing herself in deaths way to save her family any chance she can get. Then we have our William, he finally gets to take some revenge on certain people and that was really exciting. THEN there is Patrick Hayward, I fell in love with him all over again in this book. He is just the sweetest thing ever, I like the part he had to play in this book. It was really heart wrenching to have to see him sacrifice his feelings and put them aside to help Bryn and William. I found myself wanting to cry, laugh, and scream all at once after reading the last page.

All in all, this series was amazing and I'm so glad I decided to continue with it till the end.