Synopsis: At the start of this mesmerizing new installment of the Immortals series, Ever is helping her friend Haven transition into life as an immortal. But with Haven drunk on her new powers and carelessly putting them all at risk, their friendship becomes more and more strained. At the same time, Ever delves deeper into magick in order to get control over her enemy Roman and free Damen from his power. But when the spell she casts on Roman backfires, she’s bound to her deadliest enemy. Frantic to reverse the spell the moment the moon enters a new phase, she finds her efforts are fruitless—there’s a strange, foreign pulse coursing through her, one that propels her toward Roman. Desperate to break free of this terrible curse before Damen or the twins can discover what she’s done, she turns to Jude and delves deeper and deeper into dark magick, ultimately risking everything she knows and loves—including Damen.
Thoughts: Well, I must say I was not expecting that ending. That’s always a good thing right; Having a twist you didn’t really expect. That being said I was a little ehhh with the beginning. It just seems as if the characters constantly deal with the same issues. I’m not saying I didn’t like the book, because I did. It was a good book, just not my favorite in the series.
I never really liked Haven, and I did find her annoying through out the book. When you get about half way through it does seem to pick up a bit, at least for me. I found myself wanting to keep reading to find out what was going on within Ever. Damen, is his sweet, sweet self of course, sometimes you want to hit Ever for being so cruel towards him. He is the best boyfriend in the entire world! Now, Jude… I found myself liking him a bit more in this installment, such a down to earth kind of guy. Also, Roman we know he’s the enemy, the person you should hate, but by the end of the book I was feeling sympathetic towards him, semi-understanding him.
Though the ending was good, and sets up perfectly for the next book in the series, I didn’t feel a huge “suspense” feeling for this book. You know how some books you’re reading and it builds and builds and then you’re like ‘omg what’s going to happen?!’ … well I didn’t feel that way about Dark Flame, though I did enjoy it. It’s a dark book, with love, magic, torment, and understanding. I’m curious to see where she takes it in book #6: Night Star.