Embrace (5 Book Series) by Jessica Shirvington. All Formats Kindle Edition. From Book 1: Two Choices: Angel or Exile. Lincoln or Phoenix. The wrong choice . Book four of this series is about to be published in Australia, so Shirvington is hardly a newcomer despite this being her first U.S. publication. The CW Network, along with Amblin Entertainment and CBS Television Studios, is developing ssica Shirvington’s Embrace, and its follow-ups.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try ekbrace. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Embrace by Jessica Shirvington. It starts with a whisper. It’s time for you to know who you are The guy she thought she could fall in love with just told her he’s only half-human – oh, and shirvingtn goes for her. And she keeps hearing a distant fluttering of wings.

Shirvingyon Eden is having a very bad 17th bi It starts with a whisper. Violet Eden is having a very bad 17th bithday. But if angels seek vengeance and humans are warriors, you could do a lot worse than betting on Violet Eden.

Paperbackpages. Published October 1st by Hachette Australia first published The Violet Eden Chapters 1. Violet EdenLincoln WoodPhoenix an exile. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Embraceplease sign up. For what age is this book? Karen There is a lot of sexual innuendoes, Lords name in vain, bad language, and she loses her virginity. Where does embrace take place? I don’t even think it come up in the book where they lived besides new york and violets travelling the world sending back angels.

Shalyn Rosamond No it doesn’t take place in Australia, do you guys remember in the The Academy …more No it doesn’t take place in Australia, do you guys remember in the The Academy was in New York, it’s for Americans only.

But I don’t know where she lived. But I do embracs it was in America. See all 10 questions about Embrace…. Lists with This Book. Okay, I’m gonna go full snirvington out with this book. Don’t mean to hurt anyone’s feelings but I was doing this: Violet Eden, the main character, was a whiney, selfish, lust driven, and not shirvinghon mention stupid girl.


I face palmed myself so many times while reading. She does the stupidest things in this book, and she is so selfish it drives me mad. Okay, you don’t have a life anymore.

Your new life is killing exiled angels and keeping humanity shorvington with Okay, I’m gonna go full on out with this book. Your new life is killing exiled angels and keeping humanity safe with their free will, with a major hot partner.

But when she heard this news all she did was scream and cry like a baby. Hey, Violet, You’re not the only one hurting and guess what, you’re not the only one who went through this This, to me, was another Twilight.

Did i mention shirvngton was VERY selfish? You let him lie there while he was dying. You let me become Embarce even when I didn’t want it. Did you notice the “Even when I didn’t want it. You’re friend is dying and yet you’re still going to be selfish and let your own desires cloud your decision making. Dear Snirvington, help me.

But the way it was carried shirvingtkn and the characters, it screwed up everything. This book has potential but all the stupid people in it mar the potential.

Jessica Shirvington’s ‘Embrace’ Heads to Television

I’m certain of my decision after reading this book. I shrivington not continue reading the series. I was hoping this book to be as awesome as it looked.

But then, “You can’t judge a book by it’s cover” With the exception of Angelfall.

Happy reading and if you pick this book up, hope it goes better for you than it did for me: View all 43 comments. Jul 02, Caitlin rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is just as perfect as I remember.

Me whenever Lincoln’s name is mentioned: I picked this series up in I was 14 years old. I am now almost 20 years old. Basically, I spent a solid 4 or so years of my life of just reading these books.

Yes you’ve read that right. I could read all 5 books in this series within weeks and I repeatedly read the entire series over and over and over again for about 4 years. The best I’ve ever done is reading all 5 books in 3 days.

Prior to Goodreads I pretty much set my own reading challenges to see how fast I could read these books. I also got to the stage that I could receit entire chapters of the books. I’d say I’ve read these books probably times in my life and I still love them. I haven’t read them in over a year now and I have a lot on my schedule for the next weeks so here I am reading these books again. View all 3 comments.


I have never been more infuriated with a book. Vlog coming soon, dedicated to Kelly-Jane since she wanted me to rant. D Insta-love, insta-lust, insta-sex, terrible, selfish, creepy characters, dull plot that made no sense. I’m not going to bother wring a review for this. View all 10 comments. After reading Embrace by Jessica Shirvington, there are two things that I’ve more or less decided to stay the hell away from: Jesus Murphy Jones, woman.

You’ve read the synopsis. You know there were two guys mentioned that the MC is caught in the middle of and yet, you’ve went ahead and spent a hefty sum of money bringing these books from Australia! What the hell is wrong with you?!

Love triangles should die a thousand deaths I couldn’t stomach every character in Embrace. The MC was whiny.

The love interests’ characters were supposedly embbrace but This book just didn’t work for me at all. I normally root for the brooding bad boy in a love triangle but not in this case.

I wasn’t rooting for anyone at all. I was apathetic through the entire reading experience. I’ve come to the conclusion that not all Australian authors are created equal. I also need to be proven wrong that Aussies can only write brilliant reality fictions. I had a hard time getting into these books.

I’ve read reviews prior to reading Embrace and they’re mostly positive.

Jessica Shirvington’s ‘Embrace’ Heads to Television

I’m sorry to be the Debbie Downer in this community but this book was really nothing special. Unfortunately, I now owned the entire trilogy which would probably remain unread in my shelves. View all 41 comments. Dec 01, ambsreads rated it it was ok Shelves: For the sake of one of my new Goodreads friends Caitlin.