Her people call him a demon, but he’s the only one who can save her. When gifted computer engineer, Lilith Galeron, is arrested for a crime she didn’t commit by the brutal regime that controls Dome City, she has no idea what will become of her. People arrested by the Peace Keepers have a habit of disappearing. Her captors throw her into a cell with a demon; a creature sheHer people call him a demon, but he’s the only one who can save her. When gifted computer engineer, Lilith Galeron, is arrested for a crime she didn’t commit by the brutal regime that controls Dome City, she has no idea what will become of her. People arrested by the Peace Keepers have a habit of disappearing. Her captors throw her into a cell with a demon; a creature she never really believed existed. Terrified by his fearsome aspect, she expects him to kill her, but Ranove is not the monster she believes him to be. Despite their differences, an attraction sparks between them, and Lilith learns that the world beyond her “bubble city” is far larger and more fascinating than she could’ve imagined. Will they live long enough for the passion that ignites between them to grow into something deeper? Please note: 18+ Contains explicit content that may not be suitable for younger readers. ...
|Title||:||lilith s fall|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||300 Pages|
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lilith s fall Reviews
well written, sometimes the thechnical stuff was a bit confusing, but overall a good story with likable characters. I could have done without some extensive descriptions and rather wished there were more focus on the cultural differences between H/h and much more communication between them. They were too often separated or H had things to do and left h alone. But all in all I enjoyed it very much and I am definitely looking forward to the sequel about the next couple.
Excellent storyAfter reading Scorpion's Mate, I had to read another by this author.I can only say how happy I am,I highly recommend this book and am looking forward to reading the next in the series.
Good storyEngaging story with a different take on angels and demons. The heroine got on my nerve trembling, shaking, freezing routinely in the most inconvenient situations. I loved the demon - an awesome warrior, committed, unwavering, courageous and ballsy.
It was okPretty long book that had me skipping parts to get to the actual dialogue between characters. Interested in the 2nd book.
Wonderful bookI didn't expect to like this book after the first few pages but I found myself pleasantly surprised. The story moved along at a pleasant pace and it was well written. I enjoyed all of the characters, which is rare for me.My only complaints are the lack of some vital information and the stunted inclusion of certain characters. Yuki for example wielded enough power to betray her people but she's only included four times in the book. All we know is she plotted early on, was Lilith's handmaiden for one day, gave her to light, and was implicated by Ranove, but no explanation as to how. Hopefully the next book will yield those answers.
The Good: I liked the heroine. She was well written.The Bad: Hero was not sexy. I am clueless on what the attraction was. World was way too dystopian. It also was not that original. I could pretty much pick out the movies/books that the author was snatching ideas from. In short, I didn't care for it. Dystopian is not a genre I care for. If you like it, you may like this book more than I did.
Can't wait for the next oneReally great debut for this new series. I love the world and its inhabitants. I can't wait for the next story in this universe.