Haevyn (Humanotica, #2)
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Haevyn (Humanotica #2)

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Duty and honor demand the ultimate sacrifice.

Humanotica, Book 2

Everyone has their poison. For Haevyn Briena, it’s her inability to resist a dare. This time it’s a challenge from her friend and lover, Grisha, to sneak into the popular, illegal cage fights that always end in all-male orgies. Eagerly she snaps up the gauntlet, unaware that she will end the night forever chang...more
Kindle Edition, 237 pages
Published March 20th 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
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UniquelyMoi ... So I Can Shine...
Duty and honor demand the ultimate sacrifice.
Haevyn is the second installment in Darcy Abriel’s Humanotica series and one of the best, most exciting dystopianesque stories I’ve read to date. There are so many great things to say about this book, but for me the most stand-out aspect is the unique, complex society created by the author. Using words instead of a brush, Ms. Abriel paints a vivid landscape of a sometimes harsh, sometimes beautiful world that I can’t help but want to explore and be...more
Originally published at http://www.readingreality.net/2012/04...

Haevyn is a way, way, way better book than Silver.

Why? Because Haevyn Breina, the title character of Haevyn, is not just the star of her own story, Haevyn is an adrenaline junkie. She is psychologically incapable of waiting for life to happen to her. She is forced by her own nature to make things happen. In other words, Haevyn has "agency", sometimes too much of it for her own good. She's never passive.

There are occasions when Haevy...more
Violetta Vane
Originally posted at More Than This: Menage and Polyamory Reviews

Behold, a rare pertinent Samhain warning!
Watch out for oiled-up, naked trinespined warriors battling for top position, feisty tracer females that fit oh-so-snugly in between, and sexy nights that segue into complex relationships. Beware of tebitcheckers wielding those nasty little contulators at illegal, testosterone-drenched cage confrontations.

The endlessly imaginative, polymorphously perverse universe of Haevyn is the primary re...more
Bending The Bookshelf
Darcy Abriel's Haevyn is the 2nd volume of the Humanotica series, and a sequel to Silver, one of my favourite reads of the last two years. It's a book I've been eager to read ever since Darcy first announced the sequel but, like Silver, it's also a book I wanted to take my time with . . . to savour . . . and to enjoy.

While part of me had hoped that Haevyn would continue story of the lovely and exotic trinex named Silver, I also understood that the storyline of the Humanotica series belongs inste...more
Review originally posted here: http://thebookpushers.com/2012/04/19/...

Both this book and the first in the series, Silver, caught my eye because of the AMAZING covers. they are just so beautiful and captivating. When Abriel contacted us for a review, I was both excited and nervous to give these books a try.

Haevyn is an adrenaline junkie, and the night she sneaks in to see a men-only fight is the night that changes her life. She always had an aversion to the altered humanotic beings, but her firs...more
Gabriella Hewitt
Loved the second installment of the Humanotica series. It was nice to follow Entrues and see where his path led. Haevyn was a new character and a strong woman with more of a role in this novel than Silver in the first novel. I loved the sexy scenes and fantastic world building. Darcy Abriel has created another wonderful book in which I was totally immersed.
Reviewed for Booked Up . Stay tuned for the review to be posted on Booked Up's goodreads account and the Blog
Cyndy Aleo
Reviewed for RT Book Reviews February 2013 issue: Top Pick. http://www.rtbookreviews.com/book-review/haevyn
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Rated: 4 stars

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Zach Sweets
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The review can be found here: http://heartsonfirereviews.com/?p=3334
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Darcy Abriel delights in the stories that flirt with the dark side of emotion and passion. Going back to the days of Saturday Night Chiller Theaters, series such as Twilight Zone and the Outer Limits, toss in a dash of Alfred Hitchcock and these are the stories that have always fascinated Darcy. That edgy sense of danger that leaves one tingling. Be it a roller coaster ride, a Dracula movie, or a...more
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