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Monday, July 27, 2009

Review - Born of Darkness by Rita Vetere

Title: Born of Darkness

Author: Rita Vetere

Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc.

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Rating: You Need To Read

Reviewer: Laura

There's no escaping black karma, even for immortals.

Meet Jasmine Fairchild, outrageously gorgeous and extremely persuasive -- unnaturally so. Jasmine is a Cambion, part mortal, part succubus.

Enter Ahriman, an ancient and evil incubus. For centuries, he has exploited the secrets of reincarnation to reach his goal of immortality and the eradication of humanity. All he needs now is a portal, an opportunity...and Jasmine.

She stands alone as the only force powerful enough to immortalize or destroy him, and her dual nature makes Ahriman's task a little tougher than he thought...

This book takes the paranormal world and incorporates intrigue and mysticism and romance and blows the reader away with the sensation of the unknown. Every character adds another layer to the drama which becomes blended into the prior layer and so on and so on. This is quite a delectable tale told in such fantastic dialogue and in such fascinating locales as Italy and Morocco. The author either did an incredible amount of research or spent an inordinate amount of time in these places to have used such intrinsic detail about all the cities and countries throughout the story. I loved reading this story and hope to read more about these mysterious characters.

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