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Sin Eaters
     

Sin Eaters

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by Kai Leakes
 

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Khamun Cross has been assigned an objective that will change his life: to protect Sanna Steele from the dark forces that desire to steal her soul. Khamun is a member of a secret society of Guardian Angels whose battle against The Cursed has been raging for centuries. The Cursed roam the earth to harvest souls for the Dark army, while the Guardian Angels desire

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Khamun Cross has been assigned an objective that will change his life: to protect Sanna Steele from the dark forces that desire to steal her soul. Khamun is a member of a secret society of Guardian Angels whose battle against The Cursed has been raging for centuries. The Cursed roam the earth to harvest souls for the Dark army, while the Guardian Angels desire to protect The Light.
Khamun has been commissioned to watch over Sanna, but in doing so, he also satisfies his secret cravings for the sins of The Cursed. Like a vampire, he feeds off of his enemies. What was now tainted is purified by his touch, and he returns them to The Light.
Unbeknownst to Sanna, she is the key to the war, and The Cursed are desperate to have her at all costs. They hunt her, as well as her family and friends, relentlessly. Will Khamun and his team be able to save her from the Dark?
Kai Leakes delivers a classic tale of good versus evil in this supernatural thriller.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781601623591
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
07/31/2012
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
8.10(w) x 5.50(h) x 0.90(d)

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Sin Eaters 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Sinsational_Siren More than 1 year ago
Sin Eaters was an incredible read. The story will be familiar to those who read another series. I never thought I would find another author, to captivate my mind and spirit, the way L.A. Banks did, but oh, I was so wrong. Kai Leakes is a breath of fresh air, with a writing vernacular that will win over any "real" lover of good vs evil. Her characters are complex with histories to be learned, as the series progresses. Each character can hold their own in a scene, and sometimes, I felt like I was in the room with them. 1000 thank you's to Ms. Leakes and her literary work of art. I am eager to read the next book as I read the first book in 5 hours. I truly could not put it down and had to know what was going to happen next.
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
Khamun Cross has been assigned the task of protecting Sanna Steele from the dark forces that desire to steal her soul. As a member of a secret society of Guardian Angels, it is his job to protect The Light while battling The Cursed, whose objective is to harvest souls for the Dark Army. Sanna has no clue she is the key to the war, and The Cursed are desperate to have her. Will Khamun and his team be able to save Sanna from the Dark? As supernatural/paranormal goes, it took me some time to get into the story line. I think part of that was the modern day feel of the supernatural characters as opposed to the old world romance we are used to in such tales. Once I got past that, the story was enjoyable. The plot and characters were well thought out and the novel was vividly descriptive. Reading further into the story, it was easy to begin to root for Sanna and Khamun as you would find yourself doing while watching a horror movie. I think new readers to this genre would appreciate the up-to-date vocabulary and current feel of the characters. Readers used to a more old world feel to supernatural characters should not be discouraged as this was an enjoyable story. I would recommend “Sin Eaters” to all readers, but especially younger readers discouraged by not finding a story written that they can relate to. Reviewed by: Lashonda
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
4.5 - Leakes' Good vs. Evil Tale Is Great Read A good beginning, complex and engaging characters, and driving plot can woo me... hard. Leakes' good vs. evil tale, SIN EATERS, has all of these components and others, such as some rockin' action. Good vs. evil tales are classic. It's easy to try to write one, but it can be difficult to make the story unique. Leakes doesn't have this problem. Her ability to describe place and atmosphere helps to make this tale her own. Her characters' quirks, conflicts, and actions, again, help to differentiate her from the pack. Leakes' entry into urban paranormal (supernatural thriller added onto that genre title) is a success for me. I look forward to seeing how she further develops and deepens her characters' histories and the world and situations in which they must do battle. For those that love action, paranormal, and fantasy, even thrillers, this is definitely a book to pick up and read. For those that are not... give it a try. You might be surprised. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Nikki-Nicole More than 1 year ago
One of the best things I loved about Kai Leakes'' debut novel Sin Eaters was the consistency. There were no long gaps of the story-line where you had to wonder just what the heck was going on. Many times when authors write in this genre they go overboard with trying to explain what they have going on which usually leaves me confused. LOL! And the action scenes? Oh man, the book opens with a scene so dark, powerful, and lethal. In that particular scene with that one character, it left me scared of him the whole book. No, seriously. I was scared. Of course if you want to know what I'm talking about and why I was scared then you have to go get the book! A little bit of good. A mess of evil. A sprinkle of hot steamy romance. A tinge of Biblical essence with a smidgen of 'WTF did he just do?' and a whole lot of action! Amazon and bookstores nationwide will have Kai Leakes, new action paranormal fantasy thriller (yes, all that in one) for your eyes to read. This is a great book. I tell you no lies!