Abyss

Abyss

by Deborah Cooke, Claire Delacroix

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ISBN-13: 9781988479033
Publisher: Deborah A. Cooke
Publication date: 10/05/2016
Series: Prometheus Project , #4
Pages: 174
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Bestselling and award-winning author Deborah Cooke has published over seventy novels and novellas, including historical romances, fantasy romances, fantasy novels with romantic elements, paranormal romances, contemporary romances, urban fantasy romances, time travel romances and paranormal young adult novels. She writes as herself, Deborah Cooke, as Claire Delacroix, and has written as Claire Cross. She is nationally bestselling, as well as a USA Today and New York Times' Bestselling Author. Her Claire Delacroix medieval romance, The Beauty, was her first book to land on the New York Times List of Bestselling Books.

Deborah was the writer-in-residence at the Toronto Public Library in 2009, the first time TPL hosted a residency focused on the romance genre, and she was honored to receive the Romance Writers of America PRO Mentor of the Year Award in 2012. She lives in Canada with her family.

Bestselling and award-winning author Deborah Cooke has published over seventy novels and novellas, including historical romances, fantasy romances, fantasy novels with romantic elements, paranormal romances, contemporary romances, urban fantasy romances, time travel romances and paranormal young adult novels. She writes as herself, Deborah Cooke, as Claire Delacroix, and has written as Claire Cross. She is nationally bestselling, as well as a USA Today and New York Times' Bestselling Author. Her Claire Delacroix medieval romance, The Beauty, was her first book to land on the New York Times List of Bestselling Books.

Deborah was the writer-in-residence at the Toronto Public Library in 2009, the first time TPL hosted a residency focused on the romance genre, and she was honored to receive the Romance Writers of America PRO Mentor of the Year Award in 2012. She lives in Canada with her family.

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Abyss 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Robindpdx More than 1 year ago
This was a well-written, fast-paced book. This is a futuristic dystopian book set in the 22nd century. Formerly an angel named Turiel, Tupperman has chosen to remain on Earth to help humanity rebuild. He is framed for the murder of another former angel who chose to remain on Earth, and realizes he has a quest to complete. On his quest he meets Kara, who is returning to New Mexico, the same place where Tupperman is headed. They don't know whether they can trust each other but the more time they spend together the more attracted they are. Will Tupperman survive his quest and save Kara? This book can be read as a standalone, though it is the fourth and last in a series with related characters. I loved this series and was sad to come to the end of the story! Copy gifted by the Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
mjs44 More than 1 year ago
Abyss is book four of the Prometheus Project. One of the on going characters throughout this series is Tupperman. A fallen angel who could have ascended again but didn't feeling he had a task to complete. When someone starts killing members of the Watchful Host, the name given to the group of fallen angels who decided to stay and help the nation rebuild. Tupperman gets blamed and realizes this is what he has been waiting for. He wants and needs to clear his name and find the one responsible. In order to clear his name and expose the traitor Tupperman sets off on what he feels will be his final quest. As Tupperman is making his way West he encounters Kara, a member of a forgotten group of people who live in New Mexico. Kara had a quest and failed. She is returning home and trying to formulate an alternate plan. The chemistry between Kara and Tupperman is instantaneous and fun. They work well together, each having strengths that compliment the other. With a little help from their friends they prevail. This is one of those books that can be read alone however to understand all the players it is better to read them in order. This book ties up some loose ends from the previous books. Copy gifted by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
LilyPrincess More than 1 year ago
"Abyss" is a great read. I liked that it dealt with, what would be an unconventional and culturally unacceptable relationship. The two characters, Tupperman and Kara, were both strong and I liked how they worked together as a couple. They were both seemed open to accepting and learning from each other. The story development was smooth and it was a great read. The supporting characters also showed growth through the story and added great details to the story. Copy gifted by the Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
NanatoAS More than 1 year ago
In Abyss, Book 4 of the Prometheus Project, the character of Tupperman finally gets his own story. And what a story it is! As informant to the Watchful Host, he feels responsible when a raid goes bad and some of his fellow fallen angels are killed. Things only get worse when he realizes that a traitor within the corps is framing him for the deaths. Following his instincts to New Mexico and Trinity, the nuclear test site, he meets Kara, a Native American who is also drawn to the site, needing to fulfill a prophecy during the approaching lunar eclipse. Challenged by Lucifer to a battle for the souls of the fallen angels, and fully expecting to make the ultimate sacrifice, Tupperman must come to rely on friends, old and new, to win the contest. This story was a fitting and satisfying ending to the Prometheus Project, and a wonderful read. Copy gifted by the Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Hfowler More than 1 year ago
Tupperman was introduced in book 1 as Montgomery's boss at the police station. He later was discovered by Montgomery to also be a fallen angel and a point of contact for the angels who take on missions on Earth. From that moment on, he was always present as a secondary character, but he never had his own story. The series started out as a trilogy and when Claire Delacroix republished the series it gave her a chance to tell Tupperman's story in a 4th installment. His story takes place several years after the end of book 3. Hundreds of angels fell at that point and became an army called the Watchful Host and Tupperman decided to remain on Earth for a new mission. He is now the contact between the Watchful Host and his network of spies and sources. At the beginning of this story, 18 Watchful Host soldiers are dead and Tupperman is suspected of being at fault. He takes time off and heads to New Mexico, not realizing that he is being followed and set up to take the fall for all of the deaths. On his train ride from New D.C. to New Mexico, he meets Kara. Kara was in New D.C. in hopes of meeting with the Oracle. She fails and is on her way home disheartened, until she sees that her seat is next to the very attractive Tupperman. Kara was an independent yet vulnerable character. Her character was definitely a perfect match for Tupperman. Their adventure was fun and fast. Overall the book was a very quick read and was easy to get into. The shower scene on the train was just yummy. I liked that she knew what she wanted and went for it, and when she learned the truth about what Tupperman really was she didn't let it stop her from reaching out to him and to what she wants in her life-him. The conflict and villains were exciting and there were a few surprises which helped it to not become predictable. Overall, I enjoyed this series. If I have one tiny beef about how the story ended, it would be that there was no epilogue. It just ended. I would have loved to have seen into the future to their happy ever after. I would have loved to have seen Tupperman as a dad.