- File Size: 1847 KB
- Print Length: 298 pages
- Publisher: Las Flores Publishing (July 2, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 2, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01HX4KCNA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,501,095 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Merkabah Temptation (The Merkabah Series) Kindle Edition
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The Merkabah Temptation is the third book in the Merkabah Series by L.Z. Marie. I have had the privilege of reading all three novels and loved them all. Each of the novels built on the previous novel(s), continuing to develop the central characters and the central plot of the series. The entire series is based on the ancient demi-gods and demons that date back to the tales and stories are written as far back as the Babylonian and Sumerian. Because of this, fans of ancient history get a kick out of reading this delightful spin on the ancients and their foibles.
The story between Daphne, the introverted doctoral candidate/college professor, and S. J., the demi-god/Nephilim heats to a boil as the “Watchers” seem to become more involved in the love affair between a human and a Watcher. This is only the sideline to the action-filled storyline as Daphne’s powers as a Merkabah continue to increase and she continues to fight the demons that are co-habiting earth with us mere earthlings.
The pages almost turn themselves with the speed of the story, as you run to keep up with the monsters and heroes flashing through the pages. Yes, the novel will stand alone and is enjoyable to itself, but for full enjoyment and deepest understanding of all the innuendo, reading all three novels is highly recommended.
The love interest is hot and heavy and will leave the faint of heart short on breath. The bedroom scenes steam and leave you wondering why L.Z. pulled the shades when she did. But then I guess we still need to wonder what really happens between gods and man.
This series is a unique storyline and one that deserves telling. It is light but scary. It is fun but enlightening. Like the teacher she is, she shares knowledge in a new and unique way, allowing you to have fun in the process. She makes you want to read and read more. I love her style. It is fresh, captivating, and I am hoping that she will find one more book for this series to answer the final question of love between demi-gods and man.
I give this book a solid 4.5 Stars for my review. Shade Tree Book Reviews/Blogging Under the Shade Tree was provided an advance reading copy of this book to read and assess in exchange for a fair and honest review of the material. Blogging Under the Shade Tree is not associated with the manufacturer or seller of this material.
to continue to read the next and the next. I learned a lot of new facts about ancient mythology and religions. I really loved the unexpected surprises
the the book. The end of the book left me with the urgency to read the next one --------hopefully soon