Eternal Betrayal (Eternal Soulsmith #2)
Avna, an emotionally wounded commitment-phobic loner, had no wish to be possessed by a vampire, especially when he obviously desired her because, according to Constantine, she, Avna, the last directly descended Soulsmith, was an untrained, untapped capacitor for supernatural energy. Or, in other words, to Avna's way of thinking, no true soul mates need apply. Rating: Carna...more
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Published February 1st 2008 by New Concepts Publishing
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I HATED THIS BOOK. I was so dissappointed. The first in the series started out so promising. This book was 333 e-pages too long. Avna started to become this whiney, too stupid to live person. And I still don't understand what her purpose as a soulsmith meant. The author just seemed all over the place with this book. All of a sudden the heroine has a demon in her, a werewolf is introduced out of the blue that she has sex with....mind you she never has sex with the Anti-hero, she doesn't know what...more
Second in series that began with Eternal Bondage. I find myself disappointed in how whiny the heroine, Avna Soulsmith has become and in what a repessed prude she is. Not sure i'll bother reading any other books in this series if/when they are published. Despite the fact that I do like the other characters.
Born in Los Angeles, CA, but raised in the glorious Mountain State of West Virginia, Vita Hoffman is a fan of the blended genres of urban fantasy and paranormal romance, Japanese anime, and fantasy in all its incarnations. By night, she works for a major retailer. By day, she sleeps... and dreams of escaping to Shangri-la.More about Vita Anne Hoffman...