Immortal Lust

Book two in the Dark Pantheon series.

 

Strong characterizations coupled with vivid scene imagery combine to make this story one that will stay with the reader a long time. Included in that imagery are some of the most intense sensual/sexual love scenes that you could hope to read.
 
Gerard is a man upheld by his faith, and that faith that has made him strong, strong enough to undertake a mission that no other man could hope to accomplish. But Cytharea is like no woman Gerard has ever met. But then Cytharea has never met a man that could resist her either.
 
In the months that it takes for Gerard to escort Cytharea back to France for the man who claims she is his wife, they are both subjected to tests of themselves and each other that bring about life altering realizations.
 
What remains to be seen is whether each can live with their new-found knowledge. 
 
Special Notes: Book two in the Dark Pantheon series but may be read as a stand-alone.

Book Blurb for Immortal Lust

Book two in the Dark Pantheon series.

They are children of the gods. Half-immortal, yet never whole. Until they find the one they burn to possess for all eternity…

For years, Raymond du Sable has chased rumors of a woman shrouded in legend, a woman of unearthly, hypnotic beauty. Finally, on Crusade, he finds her. She is Cytharea, daughter of Aphrodite, irresistible to mortal man—and Raymond’s key to grasping the throne of France. To transport her there safely, Raymond hires a Templar Knight, Gerard d’Amiers. Sworn to chastity, Gerard has a deep mistrust of women, born of the infidelity of his boyhood love. Yet Cytharea stirs him in a way no woman ever has. And Cytharea herself is battling a deadly imperative—she must feed from the sexual energy of a man soon, or die.

Together, Gerard and Cytharea discover a passion so overpowering it shakes the very foundations of Gerard’s faith. Upon reaching France, he must either abandon every vow he’s ever made—or lose Cytharea to the abusive ambitions of a madman.
 


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2008 5.00