Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Sins of the Flesh by Eve Silver

Review of Sins of the Flesh by Eve Silver

To Be Released: October 1, 2010

5 out of 5 smirks

Synopsis: “Torn between lust and loyalty...

The blood of the Underworld lord of evil runs through soul reaper Malthus Krayl’s veins.

Raised to fight for survival and to kill for victory, he can destroy anyone who poses a threat. As he searches for the one responsible for his brother’s murder, he refuses to succumb to any distraction…until his sworn enemy crosses his path and tempts him beyond all reason.

Calliope Kane, a Daughter of Aset, has a personal hatred for soul reapers. Their savage attack against her family still haunts her. But only Malthus can help her find the traitors of her kind, and only she can help him hunt the source of betrayal amongst the reapers. As they unite, the danger grows closer…and the passion between them ignites.”

Sins of the Flesh by Eve Silver continues on from the previous two books Sins of the Heart and Sins of the Soul. This series grows more and more intense with each book, in Sins of the Flesh we as readers finally get answers to the questions that have been plaguing us from the very begin, the most important being who killed Lokan. Sins of the Flesh is a deeply thrilling roller coaster ride that only stops at the very last page but still leaves you hanging in mid air. I’m anxious to know if it all ends with Sins of the Flesh or we as readers get to experience a Lokan point of view in the next book.

I love how Eve Silver takes each of these books and tailors it to a specific soul reaper (from the brothers) and tells a story of not only how to put back together Lokan but how they find love in all the wrong places. It is as if the soul reapers were destined to not find themselves and love until the very opportune time. Sins of the Flesh touches the lives of Calliope and Mal who just work so badly together it’s so right. I love the witty banter Mal displayed with Calli’s cool, calm, and collectiveness, it really worked well for them.

I gave Sins of the Flesh by Eve Silver 5 smirks because I really enjoyed unraveling the mystery alongside the soul reaper brothers and their mates. It really brought together everything we as readers experienced in the first two books. My hope as a reader is that Eve Silver finishes what she started and we finally get to see the last point of view with the last book from Lokan’s perspective and what he does now that he is whole.

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