Thursday, November 10, 2011

Fall Into Reading #3: Sin and Sacrifice

Curse you, Kindle! You've distracted me again! LOL

This is another FREE contribution to my reading list thanks to Free Books For Kindle on Facebook. It was not on my original list for the reading challenge but one I'm glad I read.

Sin and Scarifice: Daughters of Eve Book #1 is a little bit of everything...thriller, suspense, romance, supernatural all rolled into one. While it refers to Adam, Eve, Eden, the Bible, and the Templar Knights, it is NOT Christian fiction.

Evelyn and her sisters have a secret. They are ancient remnants of Eden and literally daughters of Adam and Eve. While not immortal, they have lived since that time until present day. And, they are on the run. A sect within the Templar Knights is tracking them down...but it will be Templar Knights that save them as well.

The characters were good but it was hard to care for or believe in the main character, Evelyn. The sisters, whom we met briefly here and there, seem more interesting than Evelyn. On the flip side, the "good" Templar Knights, including the main love interest, Rhett, are pretty well developed but leave enough questions and such to push this into multiple books.

While hardly the best book I've ever read, it's an interesting story premise and some good brain candy for a summer read or a cold winter's day.

About half of the Fall Into Reading challenge is over but you can still join us from now until late December. Stop by Katrina's site and sign up!

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ayuzpk said...

Great!! Thanks for sharing it is really nice to read.