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Red Mortal: A Gods of Midnight Novel

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  • Posted November 22, 2013

    Highly recommend

    If you love paranormal romance which enhances story but is not the sole point of the story. The sex can be graphic but really is an adventure/love story. This is the final book in a series and I would recommend them all-the 4 books tell a continuing story, so advise you start with Red Fire if you want them in order.
    It made me even more interested in Spartan's stand at Thermopylae.
    Well written story lines and compelling, strong characters.

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  • Posted April 18, 2011

    Loved Reading Red Mortal!

    After finishing RED MORTAL, the last book of Deidre Knight's Gods of Midnight series, I long for the heroes and heroines in this series to appear in a movie! I've been on a great journey with Deidre's spectacular and imaginative story lines, and King Leonidas' romance with Daphne, the Oracle of Delphi in RED MORTAL, swept me away to a grand finish full of great action and passion.

    Immortal King Leo has started aging, being cursed by the jealous god Ares, and his soul is in danger of drifting to Elysium, where the Immortal Daphne will never appear, thereby severing any possibility of their embracing eternity together. They only have days to break the curse before the aging process reaches its climax and battle scarred King Leo breathes his last breath, ending an intimate relationship that has only begun.

    King Leo had led his Spartan Warriors in the tragic Battle of Thermopylae, and after their heroic defeat which saved the lives of many while losing their own, a chosen few drank from the River Styx and pledged to fight the evil of the world forever, becoming Immortal. But even so, evil has been cast King Leo's way and it will take more than the Immortal Spartans to remove the curse. It takes the co-operation from a surprising source, which shows that love conquers all.

    Deidre Knight has a quality in her writing that gives compassion to those who are physically and emotionally hurting, and redemption to those who strive to change their lives. She is an author who truly cares about each and every one of us and that shines through with every word she writes. That's what draws me to her - her beautiful and caring spirit. That's what keeps me an avid fan.

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