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Eternal Rider (Lords of Deliverance, Book 1) Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 2011
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From the Author
Eternal Rider is book #6 in the combined Demonica/Lords of Deliverance series. It is #1 in the Lords of Deliverance series and can be read without having read the first 5 books of the Demonica series. The overall reading order is:
Desire Unchained March 2009 (Book 2)
Passion Unleashed April 2009 (Book 3)
Ecstasy Unveiled February 2010 (Book 4)
Eternity Embraced ebook (Book 4.5) (NOVELLA)
Sin Undone August 24, 2010 (Book 5)
Eternal Rider April 2011 (Book 6)
Supernatural Anthology September 2011 (contains Vampire Fight Club, Book 6.5) (NOVELLA)
Immortal Rider Dec 2011 (Book 7)
Lethal Rider June 2012 (Book 8)
Rogue Rider November 2012 (Book 9)
REAVER December 2013 (Book 10)
AZAGOTH June 2014 (Book 10.5)
REVENANT December 2014 (Book 11)
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I am a huge Larissa Ione fan. Her Demonica series constantly features on my favorites lists and I can't recommend them enough to Paranormal Romance fans.
However, when I heard that there would be a spin-off series I was a bit apprehensive. I mean, I loved the Demonica Series characters so much, that nothing could ever compare, right?
I am glad to say that I should have had more faith in the awesomeness that is Larissa Ione. Because, with Eternal Rider she has more than delivered. It does help that some of my favorite secondary characters from the Demonica series show up.
Ares is War, well, he will become one of the Horseman of the Apocalypse known as War, if or when his seal breaks. That means that he needs to do whatever it takes to make sure that does not happen, but what he did not expect was that to keep himself from going evil, he needs to make sure a human woman stays safe and alive.
Cara is human, well, she does have an ability she'd rather not talk about, but she is human and when a hellhound, Aegi hunters and basically the whole supernatural world comes knocking, it's time to trust Ares or be killed.
Despite being a great Paranormal Romance novel, Eternal Rider is very dark. Larissa has no fear of making her characters go through hell, sometimes literally, to make they reach where they need to be. The journey is amazing and a wild ride I did not want to leave.
Demonica fans will probably love this, specially the cameos in it =) But, if you like your PNR light, this is not for you, yeah, there is some humor, but Eternal Hunter is dark at it's core and if you're ready for that, I think you'll absolutely love it!
Cara’s powers are awesome. She believes that they are deadly, but we see that her control are what makes the powers good or bad. When she finds herself pulled into this unbelievable world she gets some pretty cool protectors. Her time is running out though, and it falls to Ares’s to find a way to keep the curse that has fallen to her from killing her. Especially since she is sneaking behind his walls, making him feel things he hasn’t allowed himself in thousands of years. Oh, but surely his feelings aren’t part of the reason he needs to save her. Oh no. The ticking time bomb not only counts down Cara’s life, but the life of all mankind. Cara’s life could bring about the apocalypse.
I loved so many things in this book. The dynamic of facing that your brother is evil, but yet still looking for a way to save him, Cara’s cool gift and what happens to it in the end, to the crazy, mass confusion of an ending. It was a wild ride and ending! I found myself transfixed to the audio, holding my breath, terrified of the result of that ending! Not to mention my favorite Seminist demon got to join the fray!
The audio was really great. I was pulled into this story and it just kept me mesmerized. I was so immersed in this world that I don’t think I could find any fault with the audio at all. I just wasn’t aware of it.
I started this book many times and just couldn't get past the opening. Ares seemed to cold. Cara too generic. The world gory, grim, and unyielding. I can't stand horro movies and parts of this book and this series veer sharply that way. If this book were a film, I would never have gotten through it or watched it. The villian is awful.
So, how did I end up reading this romance and likely it so much? Well, I have no problem reading out of order. I started with the novellas in this series and then read Rogue Rider where the villian in this one gets to be a hero again and then started in on this one.
Here is what I liked about this book--the love story. Ares comes to fully see Cara as her own kind of warrior. Ares grows. Cara's talent and animal/demon friends are awesome! There is great adventure here.
I squinted my eyes through the villian stuff.
For me the wonderfulness isn't the mystery of the plot arcs for the series, I just enjoyed the realtionship. Good stuff.