The Darkest Passion by Gena Showalter
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It’s an amazing, thrilling, heartbreaking, exciting, sensual installment. I have only one serious problem with it: Olivia’s character. I’ve read this book twice, and even for the second read I see Olivia as selfish.
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Angel Olivia appears out of nowhere in front of Dark Warrior Aeron. She claims that she went through numerous obstacles just to come to see Aeron. Aeron, who had no interest in women before, is shaken after spending time with Olivia, who conveys her love to him with her purest heart. Aeron can’t accept her love since he is a sinner, and he does not think he is a match for an angel. At the same time, demon Legion becomes very jealous to see Aeron being so stirred by Olivia and eventually makes a deal with Lucifer, the Prince of Darkness, in an attempt to possess Aeron for herself.
 

About Gena Showalter

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Carol Grace was born with wanderlust. She was raised in Illinois but longed to go other places so she spent her junior year in college at the Sorbonne in Paris. After grad school in L.A. she went to San Francisco to work at the public TV station where she met her future husband.At KQED she was the switchboard operator and did on-the-air promos (in French) for her idol, Julia Child, thus proving to her parents that French was a useful major after all.She left TV and went on board the hospital ship Hope for 3 voyages - Guinea, Nicaragua, and Tunisia. Then after finally marrying, she and her husband went to Algeria and Iran to work. They loved the excitement of living abroad but eventually came back to California to raise their two children in their mountain-top home overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Carol says that writing is another way of making life exciting.
 
Published April 7, 2014 by Harlequin / SB Creative Corp.. 448 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Comics & Graphic Novels. Fiction
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Reviewed by Exina on Jul 28 2013

It’s an amazing, thrilling, heartbreaking, exciting, sensual installment. I have only one serious problem with it: Olivia’s character. I’ve read this book twice, and even for the second read I see Olivia as selfish.

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