Eternal Vows (Hideaway Wedding #2)

Eternal Vows (Hideaway Wedding #2)

An irresistible attraction Among Virginia's horse-country elite, Nicholas Cole-Thomas is the ultimate eligible bachelor. After escaping one disastrous relationship, Nicholas plans to remain single. Yet, when the beautiful veterinarian working on his horse farm needs help, he invites her to stay under his roof. And the closer he gets to her, the closer he wants to be. Blurrin An irresistible attraction… Among Virginia's horse-country elite, Nicholas Cole-Thomas is the ultimate eligib...

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Title:Eternal Vows (Hideaway Wedding #2)
Author:Rochelle Alers
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:0373534795
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:304 pages pages

Eternal Vows (Hideaway Wedding #2) Reviews

  • Shone
    Dec 08, 2013

    This book is too repetitive. I feel like she focused too much on their looks in every other chapter, and I didn't find the love story itself compelling. Too much time was spent in describing things that didn't matter instead of developing the plot/characters. Even though I only paid 99...

    I had high hopes for this novel, but it didn't meet my expectations. It may have been ruined for me because of the narrator. I may have enjoyed it enough to give it 3 stars instead of 2. One thing I did like about it though is that there is a great sense of family in this book and ...

    Rochelle Alers is back to her old writing style. After reading the last book, Ana's story, I was wondering if it was time for the Hideaway Series to come to an end. Eternal Vows changed my mind. I loved how it picked up from Celia's story when she married Gavin. Then of course you get ...

    This one was just okay for me. There was nothing particularly special about Nicholas and Peyton's story. I thought it was a little drawn out. About 2/3 of the book was mostly filler and background info and other characters. There was no real focus on the couple until towards the end an...

    Love the hideaway family and like the combination of hideaway and blackstone. Not as exciting as past books but am a fan to the end. Ana's story was a little more passionate, now have to see if her twin is as passionate. Sorry Nick, guess Nancy didnt pass the passionate gene to all the...

    Rating 2.5 stars. Eternal Vows is book #2 in the Hideaway Series. Should have read Summer Vows first so I would have been familiar with the characters. I felt the plot was boring, seem to have ended crazy to me. I would like to read more from this author. ...

    Wow this was slow, it took forever for him to ask her out. All in all very likable characters. ...

    Miniseries: A Hideaway Novel book 2 "Picking up where Summer Vows and Breakaway left off, the Hideaway series meets the Blackstone Legacy in Alers' latest offering, and it does not disappoint. As the Cole men gather to tie up loose ends after the attempts on Ana's life, Alers bring re...

    Nicholas Cole-Thomas is one of the few AA horse owners in the Virginia horse country. He has made it on his own merit and not on the tales of his famous family. Like wise Vet. Peyton Blackstone wants her own success and not the success of the Blackstone family name. Can the two work to...

  • Harlequin Books
    Feb 19, 2013

    This book is too repetitive. I feel like she focused too much on their looks in every other chapter, and I didn't find the love story itself compelling. Too much time was spent in describing things that didn't matter instead of developing the plot/characters. Even though I only paid 99...

    I had high hopes for this novel, but it didn't meet my expectations. It may have been ruined for me because of the narrator. I may have enjoyed it enough to give it 3 stars instead of 2. One thing I did like about it though is that there is a great sense of family in this book and ...

    Rochelle Alers is back to her old writing style. After reading the last book, Ana's story, I was wondering if it was time for the Hideaway Series to come to an end. Eternal Vows changed my mind. I loved how it picked up from Celia's story when she married Gavin. Then of course you get ...

    This one was just okay for me. There was nothing particularly special about Nicholas and Peyton's story. I thought it was a little drawn out. About 2/3 of the book was mostly filler and background info and other characters. There was no real focus on the couple until towards the end an...

    Love the hideaway family and like the combination of hideaway and blackstone. Not as exciting as past books but am a fan to the end. Ana's story was a little more passionate, now have to see if her twin is as passionate. Sorry Nick, guess Nancy didnt pass the passionate gene to all the...

    Rating 2.5 stars. Eternal Vows is book #2 in the Hideaway Series. Should have read Summer Vows first so I would have been familiar with the characters. I felt the plot was boring, seem to have ended crazy to me. I would like to read more from this author. ...

    Wow this was slow, it took forever for him to ask her out. All in all very likable characters. ...

    Miniseries: A Hideaway Novel book 2 "Picking up where Summer Vows and Breakaway left off, the Hideaway series meets the Blackstone Legacy in Alers' latest offering, and it does not disappoint. As the Cole men gather to tie up loose ends after the attempts on Ana's life, Alers bring re...

  • Racquel
    Sep 30, 2015

    This book is too repetitive. I feel like she focused too much on their looks in every other chapter, and I didn't find the love story itself compelling. Too much time was spent in describing things that didn't matter instead of developing the plot/characters. Even though I only paid 99...

    I had high hopes for this novel, but it didn't meet my expectations. It may have been ruined for me because of the narrator. I may have enjoyed it enough to give it 3 stars instead of 2. One thing I did like about it though is that there is a great sense of family in this book and ...

    Rochelle Alers is back to her old writing style. After reading the last book, Ana's story, I was wondering if it was time for the Hideaway Series to come to an end. Eternal Vows changed my mind. I loved how it picked up from Celia's story when she married Gavin. Then of course you get ...

    This one was just okay for me. There was nothing particularly special about Nicholas and Peyton's story. I thought it was a little drawn out. About 2/3 of the book was mostly filler and background info and other characters. There was no real focus on the couple until towards the end an...

  • Shan ~ A ~
    Oct 01, 2013

    This book is too repetitive. I feel like she focused too much on their looks in every other chapter, and I didn't find the love story itself compelling. Too much time was spent in describing things that didn't matter instead of developing the plot/characters. Even though I only paid 99...

    I had high hopes for this novel, but it didn't meet my expectations. It may have been ruined for me because of the narrator. I may have enjoyed it enough to give it 3 stars instead of 2. One thing I did like about it though is that there is a great sense of family in this book and ...

  • Pearl
    Jan 22, 2014

    This book is too repetitive. I feel like she focused too much on their looks in every other chapter, and I didn't find the love story itself compelling. Too much time was spent in describing things that didn't matter instead of developing the plot/characters. Even though I only paid 99...

    I had high hopes for this novel, but it didn't meet my expectations. It may have been ruined for me because of the narrator. I may have enjoyed it enough to give it 3 stars instead of 2. One thing I did like about it though is that there is a great sense of family in this book and ...

    Rochelle Alers is back to her old writing style. After reading the last book, Ana's story, I was wondering if it was time for the Hideaway Series to come to an end. Eternal Vows changed my mind. I loved how it picked up from Celia's story when she married Gavin. Then of course you get ...

    This one was just okay for me. There was nothing particularly special about Nicholas and Peyton's story. I thought it was a little drawn out. About 2/3 of the book was mostly filler and background info and other characters. There was no real focus on the couple until towards the end an...

    Love the hideaway family and like the combination of hideaway and blackstone. Not as exciting as past books but am a fan to the end. Ana's story was a little more passionate, now have to see if her twin is as passionate. Sorry Nick, guess Nancy didnt pass the passionate gene to all the...

    Rating 2.5 stars. Eternal Vows is book #2 in the Hideaway Series. Should have read Summer Vows first so I would have been familiar with the characters. I felt the plot was boring, seem to have ended crazy to me. I would like to read more from this author. ...

  • Angela
    Feb 02, 2015

    This book is too repetitive. I feel like she focused too much on their looks in every other chapter, and I didn't find the love story itself compelling. Too much time was spent in describing things that didn't matter instead of developing the plot/characters. Even though I only paid 99...

    I had high hopes for this novel, but it didn't meet my expectations. It may have been ruined for me because of the narrator. I may have enjoyed it enough to give it 3 stars instead of 2. One thing I did like about it though is that there is a great sense of family in this book and ...

    Rochelle Alers is back to her old writing style. After reading the last book, Ana's story, I was wondering if it was time for the Hideaway Series to come to an end. Eternal Vows changed my mind. I loved how it picked up from Celia's story when she married Gavin. Then of course you get ...

    This one was just okay for me. There was nothing particularly special about Nicholas and Peyton's story. I thought it was a little drawn out. About 2/3 of the book was mostly filler and background info and other characters. There was no real focus on the couple until towards the end an...

    Love the hideaway family and like the combination of hideaway and blackstone. Not as exciting as past books but am a fan to the end. Ana's story was a little more passionate, now have to see if her twin is as passionate. Sorry Nick, guess Nancy didnt pass the passionate gene to all the...

    Rating 2.5 stars. Eternal Vows is book #2 in the Hideaway Series. Should have read Summer Vows first so I would have been familiar with the characters. I felt the plot was boring, seem to have ended crazy to me. I would like to read more from this author. ...

    Wow this was slow, it took forever for him to ask her out. All in all very likable characters. ...

  • Reshemah
    Mar 01, 2013

    This book is too repetitive. I feel like she focused too much on their looks in every other chapter, and I didn't find the love story itself compelling. Too much time was spent in describing things that didn't matter instead of developing the plot/characters. Even though I only paid 99...

    I had high hopes for this novel, but it didn't meet my expectations. It may have been ruined for me because of the narrator. I may have enjoyed it enough to give it 3 stars instead of 2. One thing I did like about it though is that there is a great sense of family in this book and ...

    Rochelle Alers is back to her old writing style. After reading the last book, Ana's story, I was wondering if it was time for the Hideaway Series to come to an end. Eternal Vows changed my mind. I loved how it picked up from Celia's story when she married Gavin. Then of course you get ...

  • Lisa
    Mar 30, 2015

    This book is too repetitive. I feel like she focused too much on their looks in every other chapter, and I didn't find the love story itself compelling. Too much time was spent in describing things that didn't matter instead of developing the plot/characters. Even though I only paid 99...

    I had high hopes for this novel, but it didn't meet my expectations. It may have been ruined for me because of the narrator. I may have enjoyed it enough to give it 3 stars instead of 2. One thing I did like about it though is that there is a great sense of family in this book and ...

    Rochelle Alers is back to her old writing style. After reading the last book, Ana's story, I was wondering if it was time for the Hideaway Series to come to an end. Eternal Vows changed my mind. I loved how it picked up from Celia's story when she married Gavin. Then of course you get ...

    This one was just okay for me. There was nothing particularly special about Nicholas and Peyton's story. I thought it was a little drawn out. About 2/3 of the book was mostly filler and background info and other characters. There was no real focus on the couple until towards the end an...

    Love the hideaway family and like the combination of hideaway and blackstone. Not as exciting as past books but am a fan to the end. Ana's story was a little more passionate, now have to see if her twin is as passionate. Sorry Nick, guess Nancy didnt pass the passionate gene to all the...

    Rating 2.5 stars. Eternal Vows is book #2 in the Hideaway Series. Should have read Summer Vows first so I would have been familiar with the characters. I felt the plot was boring, seem to have ended crazy to me. I would like to read more from this author. ...

    Wow this was slow, it took forever for him to ask her out. All in all very likable characters. ...

    Miniseries: A Hideaway Novel book 2 "Picking up where Summer Vows and Breakaway left off, the Hideaway series meets the Blackstone Legacy in Alers' latest offering, and it does not disappoint. As the Cole men gather to tie up loose ends after the attempts on Ana's life, Alers bring re...

    Nicholas Cole-Thomas is one of the few AA horse owners in the Virginia horse country. He has made it on his own merit and not on the tales of his famous family. Like wise Vet. Peyton Blackstone wants her own success and not the success of the Blackstone family name. Can the two work to...

    I really enjoyed Peyton and Nicholas' story. The storyline was engaging,though they fought their feelings they were destined to be together. The author did a good job creating suspense and I really enjoyed this novel. I look forward to the next one in the Hideaway Wedding series. ...

  • Cocoa Faye
    Mar 07, 2013

    This book is too repetitive. I feel like she focused too much on their looks in every other chapter, and I didn't find the love story itself compelling. Too much time was spent in describing things that didn't matter instead of developing the plot/characters. Even though I only paid 99...

    I had high hopes for this novel, but it didn't meet my expectations. It may have been ruined for me because of the narrator. I may have enjoyed it enough to give it 3 stars instead of 2. One thing I did like about it though is that there is a great sense of family in this book and ...

    Rochelle Alers is back to her old writing style. After reading the last book, Ana's story, I was wondering if it was time for the Hideaway Series to come to an end. Eternal Vows changed my mind. I loved how it picked up from Celia's story when she married Gavin. Then of course you get ...

    This one was just okay for me. There was nothing particularly special about Nicholas and Peyton's story. I thought it was a little drawn out. About 2/3 of the book was mostly filler and background info and other characters. There was no real focus on the couple until towards the end an...

    Love the hideaway family and like the combination of hideaway and blackstone. Not as exciting as past books but am a fan to the end. Ana's story was a little more passionate, now have to see if her twin is as passionate. Sorry Nick, guess Nancy didnt pass the passionate gene to all the...

  • Mikka
    Aug 28, 2017

    This book is too repetitive. I feel like she focused too much on their looks in every other chapter, and I didn't find the love story itself compelling. Too much time was spent in describing things that didn't matter instead of developing the plot/characters. Even though I only paid 99...