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Mortal Enemy, Immortal Lover

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2012

    No

    Wasnt what i expected

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  • Posted December 15, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Mortal Enemy, Immortal Lover: Must Read!

    I admit it. Paranormal isn't my ideal sub-genre, but when I saw who authored Mortal Enemy, Immortal Lover, I had to read it. I wasn't disappointed. So, in spite of my aversion to anything otherworldly, I found the most human of all emotions: Love.

    Nobody writes love the way Olivia Gates does!

    Once again, Olivia Gates has created a new world, deeply infused with texture and emotion. Reading this left me captivated and not wanting to stop. The imagery she created was so vivid, that I was able to picture every detail in graphic detail. And, she gives us a creative, yet dark and compelling back-story explaining how several breeds of monsters were created. I hope this will lead to more stories!

    The essence of this story is that Javed and Desiree are so completely alone in the world, yet they found each other. And together, they will fight the evil forces as a team for many, many years to come. In spite of their world closing in on them, Gates has found a way for them to find love, and even laugh - creating a convincing relationship with extremely likeable characters. Then, she rolls it all up in steamy, sexual chemistry that culminates in a lovemaking scene that just explodes off the page (screen in this case).

    If you like dark, sexy, and fantastic stories that are brilliantly written with the depth and complexity like no other, then read Mortal Enemy, Immortal Lover. And while you're at it, check out Gates' other titles as well.

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