Friday, February 1, 2008

Apocalypse Woman By Tyree Kimber

Apocalypse Woman
By Tyree Kimber

Never in my life have I ever said a book was to long and I’m not going to start now. But I will say unless you are a fast reader, set aside some time to sit down and enjoy this book. Tyree has built an interesting and creative world, filled with intriguing characters. Throw in some scorching sex and you have a fantastic book. The religious icons and order he’s created are intriguing. The book interests you in the beginning and makes you want to read more. I found it especially interesting that at times I wasn't quite sure who was the protagonist, but I won't give any thing away I'll let you read it and make your own decisions.
I give this book 4 ½ Delightful Divas.

Hell always gives you exactly what you want.
Since the dawn of time the fallen angel Abryax has drawn mortal women into his worship using this one simple truth and a thousand pretty lies. To each servant he grants one flawless, perfect wish and from each he demands only the child of their union, and all for one simple goal: to bring the Heaven of the god Aratricon crashing down.
Selkines Ondine is a woman with the will to remake her world. Weary of the hypocrisy of Aratricon's church and the stifling social structure of the nation of Malanas, she now walks the path of the witch. Her path will lead her to a demon with the means to bring her lust for power to its full even as he brings her pleasure beyond imagining.
But even though Hell gives what one wants, it is never in the form one expects. Now as Selkines's body becomes the battleground between good and evil, Abryax must prepare himself against a servant whose unprecedented supernatural skill and perfect voice could be the undoing of everything in Creation...
...Even his own icy heart


Helgaleena said...

Dark Roast Press is where to buy it in 2012!