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Queene of Light (Lightworld/Darkworld Series #1)

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  • Posted November 1, 2009

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    Loved it!

    Ayla, a half-human half-faery assassin from the Lightworld and Malachi, an angel of death from the Darkworld, form a dangerous bond that will put both of their worlds at risk.

    In enjoyed this book very much, I thought it was unique and interesting. The heroine was a very brave young woman-eh, female faery-who did what she must to protect what she loved. The plot had it's unexpected moments, there were times were I was utterly shocked, I had to close the book and take a few seconds to process what just had happened in the story. In conclusion, this was a very enjoyable read worthy of anyone's time. Plus, the cover is gorgeous!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2013

    loved loved loved this wish there was more of her writings out t

    loved loved loved this wish there was more of her writings out there 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2012

    It was ok

    It could have been better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2010

    Undecided

    Reading this made me feel funny. Most of the time I didn't understand what was happening. I'll have to finish the series to decide if I like it but for now I'm just iffy.

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  • Posted September 9, 2009

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    The first Lightworld/Darkworld romantic fantasy is an exciting tale

    Below Upworld where mortals dwell, in the sewers underneath the streets of Darkworld, half breed human-faery Lightworld assassin Ayla runs into the last thing she needs to meet a death angel. However, shockingly instead of collecting her soul, Malachai is poisoned by the human part of her blood. Even more stunning he is no longer is immortal.

    Meanwhile in the faery realm Lightworld, Ayla and Garret plan to marry. However, she is unaware that he has ulterior motives as to why he needs to wed her that have nothing to do with loving or even caring about her; he wants Ayla so he can use her as a puppet ruler serving as his front when he takes the throne from his sister Queen Mabb. The arrival of Malachai places Garret's scheme in trouble as his fiancée is attracted to the death angel.

    The first Lightworld/Darkworld romantic fantasy is an exciting tale filled with plenty of action, several intriguing spins, and a solid cast, who bring Jennifer Armintrout's multi realms to life. However, introducing the laws of physics makes the opening scenes moving somewhat slowly even with the lead couple's first encounter. Still once the base is set, QUEENE OF LIGHT turns into an enjoyable fantasy.

    Harriet Klausner

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