Thursday, November 29, 2012

Book Review: The Darker Side of Heaven

         Today's review is on The Darker Side of Heaven by K.B. Cutter

This short 137 page adventure into the world of Angels, Demons, Vampires, and Shifters is a must read for those who enjoy the Paranormal. As an added plus, if you enjoy a little eroticism thrown in there, you'll thoroughly enjoy reading it. Cutter's ability to mix these elements together keeps the reader not only enthralled, but excited in the most intimate of ways. *wink* *wink*

The lines of good and evil are blurred as Chalice Noire, a mixed breed of Demon and Angel, sets out to not only stop the Fallen Angel Nikolai Voss from setting in motion events that will bring about the End of Times, but to also stay alive.

Dark, Edgy, and Sexy all wrapped up in one small package. Who could ask for anything more? Well, me. My only complaint about The Darker Side of Heaven is that, for me at least, it was a bit to short. Because of this, many times I felt that not only was the plot rushed, but the sub-plots as well, leaving me feeling a bit ripped off. I was hanging there wondering how did this happened? or simply saying AND?????? With that said though, I think this is a great book, just a little to short for me.

4 of 5 stars
Available at Amazon
Book Description:  via Amazon

Shadows lengthen over the world. Turmoil rages.

Something evil this way comes . . . .

Emotionally conflicted avenger Chalice Noire, product of an unholy union between demon and angel, is a slayer to the forces of darkness. Employed by shadowy benefactors in Rome, her sect is commanded by fallen angel Nikolai Voss, whose allegiance is not to the church but to the flame of vengeance that burns within.

But Chalice possesses a holy relic, a Weapon of the Mass, Nikolai desperately craves, and he will stop at nothing to retrieve it, destroying anything or anyone, including his own soul.
Renegade vampire Adam Blake is a recluse, attempting to bury his troubled past and the tortured memory of his former lover, Chalice Noire, in America's last frontier: the Alaskan wilderness.

Armageddon looms, the agents of light and darkness gather forces. The battle to be fought not on the sands of prophecy, but in the rugged beauty of Alaska, where Chalice and Adam once again cross paths. Can they reconcile their past to save humanity's future?

1 comment:

  1. I totally agree with this review, Annette. Loved the book, too.