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Divine Redemption

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  • Posted September 13, 2011

    Not worth the money

    Poorly written

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  • Posted July 26, 2010

    Hot Read!

    Originally posted at: ***** Does history repeat itself? It does when you tempt fate and have your life tied to an amethyst. But for Thanos, things aren't that simple. He needs a bit of Divine Redemption to get his heart's desire.

    This story is a tad complicated from the inception. I had the feeling, and rightly so, that even though Temperance and Demetri loved each other, there was something missing. I felt like I was right there with them and let me tell you, there is a scorching hot shower scene. I had to fan myself a few times, it got so steamy.

    I liked that Tempe and Demetri had something strong on their own. They didn't need Thanos per se, but adding him wasn't altogether bad either. I loved how the simple things-an argument, a misunderstood action-caused the conflict. Most any reader can relate. Who's never received mixed signals or what's understood to be mixed signals from a lover? The lack of communication is a real issue.

    I loved the inner turmoil and struggle for Thanos. He can't repeat history if he wants to be with the woman and man who make him tick. Seeing him finally get with both Tempe and Demetri is hot, but it irritated me a bit that she capitulated to Thanos' charm. That part of the story seemed to happen fast-almost too fast-but it wasn't enough to pull me out of the story.

    The antagonist, Thanos' brother is totally evil and a nice spicy addition. I wanted to know what happened to him after the story ended.

    If you want a story that's filled with heat, heart, and a plot that's fresh, then you need to read Divine Redemption. I give this story 4 cherries.

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