To Eternity is the second book in the Timeless Series. I did not read the first book in the series and I did feel as though I had missed out. I was able to follow the book and piece together the important parts, but it’s sort of like eating pizza without cheese. Yeah, you’re full and you can say that you had pizza for dinner but it just isn’t as satisfying. To Eternity starts out right in the middle of things so there is no recapping or catching up. Now normally I love this in a series. I hate reading pages upon pages of summary. I love for the second book in a series to hit the ground running, which is exactly what Bank did in To Eternity. So I greatly advise that before giving this book a try you take a step back and read the first book, Timeless. It will be worth it.
Now, what I did learn is that Magnus is a brooding werewolf with a deep love and affection for his would-be mate, Sian. Imagine Heathcliff strolling the moors with an impressive set of fangs. Sian has a major case of the I love yous and wishes to join Magnus by getting a set of fangs for herself and immortality to boot.
The book was well written. It had some dark overtones and the writing and setting reflected that perfectly. I really enjoyed the style of writing and it was nice to get a new twist, so to speak, on the whole werewolf genre. Magnus wasn’t too pushy for me. He was a nice mix of brooding, mysterious, alpha. I didn’t connect as well as I could have with Sian. It may be due to the fact that I did not read the first book. Sian comes across as strong and determined.
I enjoyed reading this book and I can definitely say I will be giving the first book a try.
I give this book three solid I like it stars.