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Carnal Sin (Seven Deadly Sins Series #2)

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  • Posted July 14, 2010

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    Another homerun for Brennan

    I read a lot of books with demon killers, dragon slayers, and vampire hunters. But, Moira O'Donnell in Allison Brennan's 7 Deadly Sins series is the best kickass heroine ever. Added to that, Brennan has given her a hero worthy of her - Rafe Cooper. Yum!!

    I love that Moira has fears and doubts. It makes her more real to acknowledge them. This latest book - Carnal Sin - is Brennan's sexiest one yet, which no doubt comes from the fact that Moira and Rafe are trying to stop the demon Lust.

    I enjoyed Moira's worries that what she feels for Rafe may just be a byproduct of the demon Lust running around wrecking havoc. On top of that, Moira and Rafe are running around and from the police, dealing with demons and witches, which the police are so not going to believe.

    Brennan dug deep for this one with its underlying concern with what happens when we die. Can souls be redeemed? Can people repent with their dying breath? It was a very enjoyable read with deep thoughts to think about long after the last page is read.

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  • Posted June 2, 2010

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    excellent urban fantasy

    For seven years Moira O'Donnell trained for one thing as she moved from place to place to stay safe. Her goal is to prevent her evil mother, the queen of the underworld Fiona and the woman's vile lover Matthew Walker from bringing demons across through his Good Shepherd Church in which they created a portal enabling the malevolent to walk this world. With allies like Rafe Cooper and demonologist Anthony Zacarddi, she faced down the first deadly sin Envy left trapped in a vault in Santa Louisa, California at a cost to the team (see Original Sin).

    As Fiona has doubts that Santa Louisa is the "beacon for evil", a report of an odd case in Los Angeles reaches them. A nice forty years old Kent Galion attacked a blonde before being subdued by Detective Grant Nelson; Galion died. Moira saw the vision of a demon possessing a man. She and her posse rush to L.A. as Lust is loose at the Velocity nightclub; men marked by the demon are dying for hard sex.

    The second deadly sin urban fantasy is a strong suspense thriller that grips the audience with the opening assault at Velocity and never slows down as the beleaguered hero team face off against a powerful demon and a coven protecting the evil. The cast, especially the good gals and guys are fully developed so that the reader knows their desires, flaws, and other distractions and detractors as much as their strengths. For instance, Moira fears she will hurt a teammate when she goes into her visionary trance and fears falling in love again; having lost a beloved soul before. Carnal Sin is a superb urban fantasy thriller as Allison Brennan is two for two.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2011

    Brennan at full throttle Brennan at full-throttle! Brennan @ full-throttle

    One of her best, even as a stand-alone it chills with morbid
    fright! Taking you in; were you the heroine--would you do any
    differently ?? It's always tempting to sklp to the last chapter--if only to corroborate your guess at the true root of her terrifying
    tormentor; but add up the clues only she knows & no peeeking at the ending & for upping the frar factor, put your self in her place & ride along for the fight for your life!!

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