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The Darkest Kiss - Gena Showalter

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Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Gena Showalter / Edition: Paperback / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2009-09-18 by Mira Books / Alternative title: Lords of the Underworld: The Darkest Kiss

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      21.09.2010 20:40
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      A good fun book for supernatural romance fans

      The second book in Gena Showalters Lord's of the Underworlds Series

      Lucien is keeper of Death and he faces his most challenging time yet when Anya the Goddess of Anarchy (last seen in Maddox's story) decides she wants the scarred Lucien and teases and harrasses him into surrender.

      The Lords of Budapest have been reunited with those they left behind in Greece, and the Hunters their human enemies have reappeared.
      Each Lord is keeper to a demon, for the crime of defying the Gods. Once immortal guards the warrior grew jealous when a box housing escaped demons from Hell was given into the keeping of their fellow warrior, Pandora. They attacked her and opened the box setting the demons free, each warrior is now Host to one of these demons and can no longer live without them. Each man has a butterfly tattoo on his body symbolising this union.

      There's as before alot going on in these books, but you start to get more comfortable with the various players in the story on both sides of the equation. You follow some of the Lords individually as the author builds up their stories in preparation for further books in the series.

      It's a light fun read and i'd recommend it for the sheer fun and frivoloty of the Heroine. i'd reccomend starting with the first book in the series though.


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    Book Series: Lords of the Underworld