To eternity was an okay read for me, it took me a bit longer to read this than it normally would. I had trouble believing the relationship between Sian and Magnus was real, it felt very flat and forced. There didn't seem to be a real burning passion between the two like I'm use to in werewolf stories. The dialogue itself bothered me some as well, it didn't flow very well. I felt like any minute Magnus would start reciting poems or some soliloquy, I didn't feel his speech patterns were very real. Poor Sian just seemed to go along with everything he said, and acted depressed for a good portion of the book. The story itself was alright, but I don't think I'm going to continue with this story.
I received this ARC copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.