Beyond Eventide: Bound (House of Crimson and Clover #2.5) by Sarah M. Cradit

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Meg's Review:

I am a big Finn fan. I crave more of him so I was super excited to get to read this :) This book was a super extra great read :) With any novel form Sarah M. Cradit you are drawn RIGHT into it. Her characters and writing style just hooks you. And well, Finn. I mean really. This novella had a lot I didn't expect which I love in a story. It kept me on my toes both writing wise and emotionally. This takes place after The Illusions Of Eventide, but really give you just as much information as a full length novel. I felt like I really learned a lot form it. This far into the series I don't want to give too much away, but its a fantastic read that is exceptionally written and developed. I declare this a #MustRead for the series and any #CrimsonAndCloverFan.


Dive into the secret, ancient, powerful world of two New Orleans families, the Deschanels and the Sullivans… Beyond Eventide: Bound, a novella, is book 2.5 in the House of Crimson & Clover Series. Not a standalone story, its plot makes the most sense only after having read the companion novel, Book 2, The Illusions of Eventide.

Finnegan St. Andrews has lost everything. His perspective on the world is forever changed.

Anasofiya Deschanel no longer knows who she is...or what. She longs both for what she has, and all she has left behind.

Aidrik the Wise has vowed to do anything for his evigbond. As he watches her life force slowly ebb, he begins to understand the sacrifice he must make to save her.

All three individuals are bound by love, promises, and the undeniable threads of fate.

The House of Crimson and Clover Series: Series Prequel - St. Charles at Dusk Book 0.5 - Beyond Dusk: Anne (novelette) Book 1 - The Storm and the Darkness Book 1.5 - Beyond Darkness: Shattered (novella) Book 2 - The Illusions of Eventide Book 2.5 - Beyond Eventide: Bound (novella) Books 3 and Beyond: TBA Surrender, a Crimson & Clover short story, can also be found in the All Our Love collection, by Novel Grounds.