Dark Admirer

Dark Admirer

by Charlotte Featherstone
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Dark Admirer [The Watchers Series Book 2] 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really like Featherstones Historicals, Sinful and Addicted. They are great. This novella is allegorical erotica...a weird an interesting combination. I am not one for paranaormal lit, but this emphasizes the allegory, not the paranormal.
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kaylight614 More than 1 year ago
This was really a good book. Read it in one day. My friends at work are still asking me about it. Is there going to be a book three? To give up eternity in heaven and make a deal with the devil to be with the one you love on earth, Now that is true love. This book makes me want to have a fallen angel of my own.
QueentuttsWorld More than 1 year ago
Totally HOT & POWERFUL Erotica! I love the idea of how Fallen Angels still have a chance of redemption to get back in God's good graces after they have served their penance, however, temptation is always just around the cornor to guide them into Lucifers graces. The chemistery between Eve (Human) and Anael (Fallen Angel) was electricfying. Dam! Just thinking about the scenes makes me want an angel to possess my body and ravage it for eternity. What an Angel! An Angel that sacraficed his chance to get back into the good graces of God and deals with Lucifer just so he can be with the woman he loves. Here is the best part of the book where Anael makes the choice. Eve's feelings: "He was the consummate lover. So perfect. So Beautiful. Until the dawn. After the rising of the sun, her perfect lover was gone, leaving her empty, anxiously awaiting the night-time til he came to her once more. As her eyelids fluttered closed, she found herself praying to God that perhaps he might stay with her. That God could grant to her this angel - her angel." Lucifer and Anael's conversation before he makes the sacrifice: "Anael heard her prayers and knew they were useless. They could not be together, not in any real sense. He would forever be her night-time lover, shunned from her in teh daylight. Once his treachery was discovered, they would be forever parted, him to the Abyss, and her to another man. "It doesn't have to be that way." Anael held Eve tighter in his arms and shut his eyes, blocking out that voice. That seductive voice that tempted him to sin. "Man and Angels, we are not so very different are we? We are both sinners." I cannot take what you're offering, Lucifer. "Why, when you want it so desperately? I can feel it, the seething, the rage at the injustice of loving her and never having her. What I offer you is a gift. A gift God will not ever grant you. You know that." Anael thought of Gadriel and how he'd found a woman to love, a woman who shared her body with him. A woman who he'd given his child to. God had gifted Gadriel. Why would he not do the same for him? "Because he despises you, brother. He hates you. He will never forgive you." It was true. God did hate him. Nothing but loathing could have condemned someone to the Abyss for as long as Anael had endured it. "At what cost would your gift be, Lucifer?" "Not a price that you cannot pay, brother." Anael felt the slithering serpent of enticement coil around him. He so wanted to accept, to be with Eve. "And what of Richard Stokes?" "A minor inconvenience. I can wipe out his memory of her. He won't remember either of you. Think of it brother. You could awaken in the morning, still holding her. I'd give you your beauty back. I'd give you a voice. I'd give you anything you want, and everything He won't." "For what?" Anael asked, his voice pleading. "What is your price? I will not barter Eve's soul, I won't do anything that will cause her any harm or pain, or anguish. I won't do it, Lucifer." "What I ask has nothing to do with her. What I ask is for you. Your service. Once your lovely mortal has died a natural death, I will have you as my apprentice. You will serve me." I will serve you in darkness. "I can erase the sins of your past, brother. I can make you beautiful
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