Perpetual Light

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Fate is cruel. Especially when the one you've sworn to love for all eternity, the very soul who changed your destiny, is the last person you should trust.

After more than three hundred years of running, Lucia Dicomano must make a choice.

Forced to take her place as a Pharo of Redemption, the divine slayer needs to master her forgotten powers. Lucia turns to Vittorio, the one vampire she's failed to deliver ...

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Overview

Fate is cruel. Especially when the one you've sworn to love for all eternity, the very soul who changed your destiny, is the last person you should trust.

After more than three hundred years of running, Lucia Dicomano must make a choice.

Forced to take her place as a Pharo of Redemption, the divine slayer needs to master her forgotten powers. Lucia turns to Vittorio, the one vampire she's failed to deliver from eternal damnation. But overcoming smoldering remnants of love, lust and anger aren't their only obstacles.

Samuel, who may know Lucia better than she knows herself, hunts her with a fervor stoked by a thousand years of vengeful hatred. His plan-capture and enslave the weakened Pharo then take control of her elusive power.

Can Lucia trust Vittorio long enough to reclaim her powers? Or will she have no choice but to kill him and battle Samuel alone?

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  • ISBN-13: 9781937254063
  • Publisher: Crescent Moon Press
  • Publication date: 2/26/2012
  • Pages: 286
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.64 (d)

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  • Posted April 19, 2012

    Every since she can remember Lucia has dreamed of a beautiful ma

    Every since she can remember Lucia has dreamed of a beautiful man named Vittorio. He haunts her nights with his laughing gold/green eyes and adventures wrapped around a beautiful vineyard
    somewhere in Italy. The dreams feel so real she would swear that they were memories. But as amazing and wonderful as the dreams are, the nightmares are equally horrific. For years Lucia has lived believing humans were the only thing that existed in this world. It takes one party to bring all of the disillusionment crashing down on her.

    Vittorio has spent 360 years tracking Lucia through her lifetimes. He had caught up with her a few times but always while she was dying or after she had already gone. Vittorio has loved Lucia since she was 14 years old, lol, well since the first time he knew her at 14. Lucia had existed countless lifetimes before she met Vittorio, but wondered if she had truly ever lived before she met him. Theirs was the idyllic type of romance. Both young and in love, they married after Lucia turned 16. Vittorio and Lucia were blissfully happy and remained that way for many years. But all that happiness ended when Vittorio was kidnapped and turned by a vampire. Lucia's powers were awakened that night as well and she began her training hoping to save her husband and destroy the creature that snatched him away.

    So now we come crashing back to Lucia's new life. It seems that with every reincarnation it takes a long time for her memories to surface. Although she had dreamed of Vittorio every night, she passed it off as dreams and refused to believe that they were memories. Until she meets him face to face. Imagine dreaming of the same man almost every night and then meeting him in the flesh. That had to be quite a shock. Lucia is really stubborn and at times acts out childishly. She seems to always be running from her fate instead of running towards it. These flaws make her a more realistic character. We all have a tendency to drag our feet about something, even though in her case its saving the world :) Vittorio was my favorite character. He never lost his humanity. He retained so much from his human life that it was hard to tell that he was a vampire. He even attended church.

    This book completely fascinated me. It put a fresh spin on the vampire tale and til death do we part..lol. I really enjoyed this book and it really is hard to believe that this was the debut novel for Jordan. It ended extraordinarily well but with sooooo much left open. I really really hope she plans on making this a series. There is just too many paths that this book can take and so much left unanswered. I can't wait for the next book to which I am hopeful there will be one!! Great Great read!!!

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  • Posted March 30, 2012

    Lucia is just your average girl. She has a loving mother and fat

    Lucia is just your average girl. She has a loving mother and father. A great career that she loves...but all that changes when the man from her dreams turns out to be real. After Lucia finds out that not only is her dream man real, they're married. Well kind of. In fact her and Vittorio have been married since the 1600's. You see Vittorio is a vampire, and Lucia? She has been reincarnated time and again as a slayer sent to give redemption to vampires through death by delivering them to the light. And she will keep being reincarnated for the same fate until she can finally find the strength to kill Vittorio. Not only is he the love of her life, but he is the love of all her lives, her soul mate. Can Lucia finally give in to fate and let Vittorio go into the light? Or will the darkness pull her under?

    First I want to say that this is the first book, in a long time, that hasn't been published by a big company with all their fancy editors, that was sewn up tight. I didn't find a single editing error anywhere and the flow of the book and the story was perfect and smooth. In a world were editing seems to be going to the waste side I can't stress how refreshing that is.

    But what about the story itself?

    I loved Lucia and her snarky ways. She made me laugh out loud on more than one occasion with her banter between her and Peter. (her co-worker) But better yet I just found myself falling in love with both Lucia and Vittorio. Both of their characters are well fleshed out and tangible in a way that sucks you in and you can't help but feel the anguish, the heartbreak, the anger, and the love with these two. I mean I physically felt heart wrenching pain in chest at the situation that these two are in. At times I just kept waiting for Lucia to fall to the floor at Vittorio's feet and cry until she passed out, because that is certainly what I would have done. Thankfully Lucia is a LOT stronger than I am apparently. LOL

    Overall I really enjoyed this read and anyone that's a fan of the PNR with our vampire friends should definitely pick this up!

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  • Posted March 13, 2012

    Perpetual Light - an entertaining read!

    I am not typically a fan of vampire novels, but I am a fan of an intricate plot, memorable characters, and a unique story line. Perpetual Light delivers all of these things. The main characters, Lucia and Vittorio, are well drawn and the chemistry between them is excellent. The story is at times both reminiscent of the Twilight series and works by Anne Rice, though the story itself is like nothing I've read or seen on television. Congratulations, Jordan on a great debut, I can't wait to read more!

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