Eve of Darkness
Evangeline Hollis is a naughty girl with a pristine name. She's had bad one-night stands before, but her latest caper lands her in trouble far beyond her teenage years. Sex with the leather-clad Harley guy has left her with the apparently indelible Mark of Cain. Overnight, she's been transformed... show more
Evangeline Hollis is a naughty girl with a pristine name. She's had bad one-night stands before, but her latest caper lands her in trouble far beyond her teenage years. Sex with the leather-clad Harley guy has left her with the apparently indelible Mark of Cain. Overnight, she's been transformed into a seductive pawn in a chess game of biblical proportions. A torrid mass market original series starter.
Publish date: January 8th 2013
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 348
Edition language: English
Series: Marked (#1)
addedum - push alpha brothers also corrupt arch-angels, lots of angels getting it on, demons, and a story that for some reason starts at the end. literally, the first chapter is the end of the story (spoiler - eve gets the ever-loving-shit kicked out of her) and then it fades to black to go back ...
I had issues with this story in places, the concept of being marked because of minor sins doesn't quite work with me, I did like some of the story and would like to read more to see what the author does with it, there is potential but it fell flat with how they got the character involved with the wo...
Took me forever to get through, only finished because I started. Ugh.
Liked:* The world-building is interesting and well-done. The system is based on Christian mythology but is unique.* Cain & Abel are total hotties. They're interesting characters too.* Eve is a complex and likable heroine. She does make some impetuous decisions but she never strays into Too Stupid To...
*Rating* 3.5*Genre* Urban Fantasy, but, I would actually put this into the Paranormal Romance category because of it's sexual content that is steamy to a fault.*Full Review coming shortly*After reading this book, I can't help but to like Evangeline Hollis and feel a bit sorry for her at the same tim...