As I said, the story is quite “bloody”, there is a lot of violence, even on innocent people, but not only that type of violence; the coupling between Maithe and Astle is always quite rude, and Maithe, described at time like a lamb (I suppose for his horns) and at time as an angel (probably for his feathery wings), comes out from them bruised and tattered, but also very much satisfied. Maithe has a wicked core, and he is not scared by Astle’s rude attitude. On the other hand, Astle has found a matching soul in Maithe, and he knows he hasn’t to control when he is with the other man.
This is not the story of a rescue of an innocent soul, this is more the story of two partners in crime meeting each other. Maithe is no lamb or angel, and Astle is no Prince Charming. Two really original characters; moreover I have to pay homage to the author for her fantasy world, and for not backing from making it cruel and dangerous: this is no fairy tale, and not even the main characters are safe from possible death.
Amazon: Maithe's Surrender [Devil Enchained 1]
Amazon Kindle: Maithe's Surrender [Devil Enchained 1]
Paperback: 128 pages
Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc. (August 31, 2012)
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