Eternity’s Mark is a stand alone book by Maeve Greyson. This paranormal romance novel was published by Brava in 2012.
Blurb for ETERNITY’S MARK
Sacred blood flows in Hannah MacPherson’s veins; she’s just too hardheaded to realize it. After losing a husband to the Iraq war, she’s squirreled herself away in a tiny town where she snarls at any man who gives her a second glance. But Taggart de Gaelson knows more about Hannah than she could ever fathom. As her assigned protector, Taggart’s grown tired of Hannah ignoring his messages from Scotland—and now he’s come to retrieve her.
The balance of the Continuum depends on a race of sacred creatures who maintain the strength of the portals. Only Hannah’s touch can release the hatchlings from their eggs. Sworn to protect Hannah from others who lust for control of the beasts, Taggart must win her trust. But as he battles at her side, can he protect his heart?
Misty’s Review of ETERNITY’S MARK
This was an excellent read. Maeve Greyson knows exactly how to draw her readers into the story and keep them interested in the story that is going on the pages of the novel.
Eternity’s Mark is the story of Hannah MacPherson and Taggart de Gaelson. Hannah is a widow and a veterinarian and Taggart is the protector of the Draecna and Taroc Na Mor. Taggart has been looking for Hannah for a very long time.
Taggart knows that Hannah is the last of her bloodline and the last known Guardian. Hannah realized when she was younger that she was different from the other children but kept her ability to herself. Taggart has gone to convince Hannah to come back to Taroc Na Mor.
Hannah gives Taggart some resistance in going to Taroc Na Mor. She is hard headed and strong willed. But she finally gives into Taggart and goes to Taroc Na Mor to see it for herself. Once she arrives she learns more about her family and where her ability comes from.
Do I Recommend?
I would recommend this novel to anyone who loves paranormal romances. Maeve Greyson’s Eternity’s Mark is one that I would reread again and again. It is truly a enjoyable read.
My rating: I give ETERNITY’S MARK 5 out 5 stars (A)