End of Eden
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Series: Se7en Sinners, book 2
I thought I knew what Hell was like.I thought I had been living it all these years on Earth—abandoned, forgotten, and left with a dangerous secret that not only made me the Se7en’s #1 target but also turned me into a deadly weapon, a threat to every human in my path.
I was wrong.
In order to survive Lucifer’s plans for me, and his unquenchable thirst for more power, I have to surrender my humanity. I have to lose a part of myself in order to find my way back to him.
Back to the demon who saved me, only to break me.
Back to Legion.
But even supreme evil has its limits, and the real foes never show their devastatingly beautiful faces.
Forget fire and brimstone. They aren’t shit compared to what’s coming.
Centuries-old bonds will be broken. Unlikely alliances will be forged. And innocent blood will be spilled. Blood that will stain my hands for the rest of my mortal days.
I thought I knew what Hell was like.
I was wrong.
Hell is coming.
Hell is just the beginning.
*End of Eden is book 2 in this author's Se7en Sinners series, Book 1 Born Sinner must be read first.
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4 stars End of Eden is book 2 in S.L. Jennings’ Se7en series. Book 1 must be read first. End of Eden picks up right where Born Sinner left off and I am not going to say much as I don’t want to spoil it all. In the beginning of the book, Eden is with Lucifer in Hell feeling betrayed by L. She is grappling with what she has discovered about herself and is still trying to survive in this new world that she has thrown into. She is still a relatively strong heroine, but she gets these bone-headed notions and she has moments of being wishy-washy. Lucifer is terror wrapped up in a stunningly beautiful package. I felt like I should dislike him, but the author has me intrigued by him. I do love a good villain! L is still that intense, powerful demon, but there were times that even I found myself doubting his motivations. The chemistry between L and Eden is hotter than ever - holy hell the sex scenes are steamy. For me though, Nikolai stole my heart. I loved that his character plays a prominent role in this book. He is humorous, cunning, and clever.
Like book 1, End of Eden moves at a good pace. There is a ton of action with more twists and turns all involving the Se7en, Alliance, Lucifer, Legion . . . they all have an agenda. Who do you trust? Some of the secondary characters are more developed and more revelations are revealed. This book does end in a cliffhanger and there are some triggers: rape and cannibalism.
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