It’s what he said to me across his altar, what he demanded so that I would be pure. In the moment he blessed me with his virtue, I was no longer the woman I’d once been. I was Eve. His light. His salvation. His bridge to Heaven’s gate. I failed him because my faith was not strong enough. He punished me for not giving in. Resisting temptation is never easy. Not when his hands, his teeth, his heat and hunger were the greatest of my sins.
Twinsie Jo’s Review
I think every time Lily writes a new story, she has every intention of ripping out my soul. It’s like she makes that her personal goal. This is a bit dramatic but once you read this story, you will probably feel the same way.
What can I say about the first book in this duet? It’s intense. Page turning. Gripping and jaw dropping.
Lily knows I’m in love with her boy Joseph from her book Joseph Fallen. I always thought she couldn’t top him with her bad guys but she does and she does it well. Elijah is something else. He’s the true epitome of evil and I can’t wait to read more about him and find out just how dark and twisted he truly is.
Jacob has some issues. He likes to think that he doesn’t but he really does. After an accident, he becomes a priest and thinks everything is all fine and hunky dory. Well, insert Elijah, and Jacob’s faith is tested. Will he fall?
Also, I like Eve. I really like her. I feel bad for her. She drove me nuts at times much like she did Jacob but it’s not her fault. You’ll have to read to find out why.
This is by far Lily’s best work to date and I can’t wait to read more. This story is nothing like I’ve ever read.