Lilith Enraptured (Divinity Warriors #1)
A Divinity Warrior book set in the Divinity Universe. Sorin of Firewall lives in a land forever at war. In fact, the Starian men are so busy fighting, their marriage ceremony has been reduced to a "will of the gods" event where they simply pick a woman out of a lineup and claim her as a wife.... show more
A Divinity Warrior book set in the Divinity Universe. Sorin of Firewall lives in a land forever at war. In fact, the Starian men are so busy fighting, their marriage ceremony has been reduced to a "will of the gods" event where they simply pick a woman out of a lineup and claim her as a wife. With women becoming scarce, it's necessary to trade with the off world Divinity Corporation for brides. Duty-bound to attend the ceremony, Sorin has no intention of picking a bride, let alone one from another dimension. That is, until he sees Lilith, the bewitching woman sent by the gods to rewardor punish?him. Lilith, a data analyst for Divinity, is betrayed by the Corporation and wakes up in a primitive, uncharted dimension filled with warriors who know only war and duty. Her fear of becoming a sex slave to a big, beefy knight becomes all too real when a warrior of god-like proportions claims she's his new woman. As Lilith discovers, there are worse fates than being the focus of Sorin's skillful and earthy seduction.
Publish date: January 16th 2012
Publisher: The Raven Books
Pages no: 232
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Science Fiction Romance
, Science Fiction R...
, Futuristic Romance
Series: Divinity Warriors (#1)
A great start to this series, the female characters were interesting and look forward to seeing more of them. I felt for the females with how this world was run but enjoyed seeing changes in both characters as things developed.
Audio Book Review Lilith Enraptured is a fine example of awesome world building with a great story and steamy love to go with it. The book starts off as a futuristic sci-fi story, filled with medical and technological advances. Then thrust us back in time to a medieval love story. I loved the war...
Too much time spent on Lilith refusing to accept her situation, but otherwise I quite liked it. I wish I had seen some of Sorin's playful side before the last page, but it was appropriate. Not really interested in the other Divinity stories if they're all located in this dimension.