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Amy and Jennifer ARE Seduced by Books. We’re both in our 30’s, moms, close friends, work together, and share many of the same interests including our love of reading. Amy grew up in Maryland and has been obsessed with Vampires for as long as she can remember. Jenn grew up in Florida and loves the furry, the fey, and the fangs, in that order. Currently we are both in Orlando, FL. When we can be pulled away from books, Amy loves to bake and Jenn loves to take pictures and scrap.
We decided to create a place where we could direct friends, and acquaintances for, book suggestions/recommendations (Jenn’s been known to talk to strangers on the train while traveling in NYC). Once we started out with a simple page, we evolved from there. Now we are sharing our book reviews, fun comments, recipes, and giveaways. We try to give reviews on new releases, pre-releases, and oldies but goodies that we read, or are reading. We’re going to be adding author interviews for established and up and coming authors soon.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Sin's Daughter (short) by Eve Silver

Sin's DaughterCursed with immortality, driven into a nomadic life on the fringes of society to escape those who hunt her, Amber Hale has learned the bitter lesson that she can never grow close to anyone. Never love.
Only once did she break her own rules. And her lover, Kai Warin, paid for her mistake with his life. For decades, she's been numb with grief. Now, confronted by a soul reaper--an agent of one of the most powerful of the Underworld deities--with Kai's face, she must acknowledge the likelihood that he betrayed her...to the Lord of Evil himself.
Forced into an uneasy alliance and plagued by the unwanted yearning between them, they must work together to elude the dark forces hunting them both...(courtesy of Amazon)

As I completed 2 of the 3 main books in the Otherkin trilogy by Eve Silver, I wanted to make sure I read the short story that inserts itself between book 1 and 2.  I was glad that this was created as what seemed to be a prequel to the stories, and even more so happy that it didn't really fit into the stories and I did not miss or spoil anything.  

I was a little disappointed because I expected it to tie in, but I thought the story was well done as a short quick interlude to the world of the Otherkin.  There was an interesting twist, and I do like Silver's writing. If you are looking for a quick read - grab this one, it's  able to stand alone and gives you a taste of Silver

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