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Deadeye
     

Deadeye

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by Darcy Abriel
 

Vitus, a lusty soldier, and Caecilia, an innocent handmaiden to Diana, first discovered love and passion on the banks of the Tiber in ancient Rome. But falling in love with the handmaiden of a goddess without permission brings the wrath of Diana down on both their heads. And retribution is not pleasant nor short-lived. In order to protect each other, Vitus agrees

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Deadeye 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SmittenWithReading More than 1 year ago
My Review: I'm going to write just a short review for this one because the story description really covers it all. I received this book to read for a contest that I was helping to judge. I wasn't real excited when I got it because, as a general rule, I just do not enjoy historical novels any more. But this one was listed under the paranormal category and that's how I ended up with it. I was so wrong. This book was fantastic and was most definitely a paranormal erotic book, although it is set in the old west. And you better believe this book is an erotic with a capital "E"....there's no holding back in this book for anyone with anyone. But I found it incredibly sexy. Set in the world of Gods and Demons, Vitus, Caecilia, and Justus are playing a dangerous game. But it's a game of hope because they all three are trying to secure their freedom from the supernaturals who delight in playing with their lives. It's an really interesting and creative story. My favorite character in the group is Justus, who's honestly a secondary character to Vitus and Caecilia, but something about him and his respect for Vitus and Caecilia really touched me. He's trapped in their circumstances just like they are but he does everything he can to ease the emotional pain of the circumstances. This is easily one of the most graphic erotica books I've read, but it didn't put me off. In fact I found it to be incredibly hot and that surprised me the most. This author wove a dark sensual tale and I liked it!