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Dark Enemy Redeemed (The Children Of The Gods Paranormal Romance Book 6) Kindle Edition
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- Book 6 of 46 in The Children Of The Gods Paranormal Romance
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About the Author
I.T. Lucas, the author of the Children of The Gods series, lives in Southern California with her five favorite guys. Ever since meeting the love of her life at a high-school party, she and her hubby have been doing everything together; from majoring in business and then starting and running their own, to raising four wonderful boys.
A voracious reader, her interests run the gamut from fantasy, sci-fi, and paranormal romance, to forays into the mythologies and histories of ancient civilizations, philosophy, the nature of the universe – physical and metaphysical, and more.
Still, if not for her sons' insistence, she would've never thought of incorporating this fascinating trove of information into fiction. Of course, what they had in mind were not the smart yet steamy paranormal-romance novels she ended up writing… which they can't read… Their dad, naturally, reads everything, offers suggestions, and with the right incentives, proofreads.--This text refers to the mp3_cd edition.
- File size : 2132 KB
- Publication date : April 20, 2016
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 352 pages
- ASIN : B01ELQDCK8
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1532844115
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Publisher : I.T. Lucas; 5th edition (April 20, 2016)
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #8,728 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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How the author kept all of the storylines straight, through so many volumes - is nothing short of mind blowing! There are so many characters, each with a fully-formed, and fleshed-out (no pun intended) story of their own.
I have recommended this series to all of my friends - which I don’t do very often.
I’m not looking forward to the end of the series, but I know it’s inevitable.
Children of the Gods books 4-6
From the beginning of time there have been near immortal beings who have molded humanity, been the object of worship but who as a race almost destroyed each other and human civilization.
Now only two Gods are left both sworn enemies:
The followers of Morta, the Doomers and the descendants of the Goddess Annani.
Lucas continues her unique addicting series with Amanda and Dalhu’s obstacle filled love story. It’s intense and at times dark but she always instills enough light for hope. Her dialogue is fast paced and her plot is engaging and interesting giving a freshness to this often stale genre. Her world building is unique and her characters may be ancient but surround themselves with all the 21st century gadgets plus her hints to future stories will lure readers (well this reader anyway) into purchasing the next set of books in the series.
Books 4 through 6 are Amanda and Dalhu’s story and must be read in order. In these installations readers will learn more about the history of these two remaining clans of immortals, will get more intimate with the Goddess and her family and will eventually get hints about what’s to come.
The audible edition is once again left in the capable voice of Charles Lawrence’s deep, sexy, satisfying baritone who expertly gives readers a deeper experience by intoning the emotions vocally and does a fantastic job portraying each and every character, human, immortal, male and female.
Amanda is the daughter of the last remaining female deity, Annani descendant from a race who ages ago were almost eradicated by civil war. She’s the youngest and for centuries has been known as the “party princess” but has redeemed herself lately when she became a scientist with the sole purpose of finding dormant immortals and save her race by providing them with mates. When she’s abducted by a member of her clan’s mortal enemy, the doomers, she’s afraid of death or worse. But that’s not what her captor has in mind at all.
Dalhu has long known the doomers philosophy is wrong and when he sees the photograph of a female immortal of his clan’s enemy he’s smitten. When he sees her in person he knows she’s his destiny. Now only if he can figure a way to keep her.
Also, it's sometimes very annoying how the author's lack of knowledge of the outside world shines. Most European nations are members of NATO, like the US, with armies and strong economies, summing up that the fate of the world is at the hands of the Americans to the extreme point made in the book is a bit over the top, insensitive to other cultures, and wrong. There are also some movements for the better even in those regions under the Doomer rule, there are advanced Asian countries like Japan and Korea where women are treated poorly, but the society is advanced, then there is Australia and New Zealand... Despite these oversights in the story, where it seems like only the US exists with Europe being useless and then MENA, Pakistan, Russia and India being the Doomer territory, it's a very well written series, I will continue reading,it's not like I can put it down...