Overall: 88/100 or B
Ever is just getting used to be an Immortal. She is learning new abilities for the dark and magical world that Damen has introduced her to. It seems that as Ever's power grow that Damen is growing weaker. When he is stricken with a mysterous illness that threatens to destory his memories, idenity, and life.
Ever travels to Summerland, to find a cure for what has happened to Damen. In Summerland, Ever uncovers his past, but the ancient text also reveals the workings of time. The approaching blue moon is Ever's only chance for time travel. Ever has the choice of staying in the present and saving Damen or turning back the clock and saving her family.
Ever was more likable to me in this book. I think the fact that she wasn't swooning over Damen as much. I liked seeing Damen's flaws, it made him more understandable. Roman was crazy, but he was also very smart. I liked his character even though he isn't the good guy. The plot wasn't as fast paced as Evermore, but Blue Moon was still impossible to put down. The emotions are everywhere. Ever's story feels like someone that you know is telling you. For example, giving her two impossible choices that either way, she'll lose. Noël is an amazing writer, with a lot of details and realistic characters. The Immortal series is a must read for anyone that loves a supernatural story. I highly suggest checking this book soon.