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Lothaire by Kresley Cole
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“Lotharie” By Kresley Cole

Elizabeth Peirce hails from a small town called Appalachia, where she has lived her entire life. Elizabeth lost her father to a mining accident when she was young. Elizabeth's mother has struggled to raise Elizabeth by herself, and they barley get by. Elizabeth has grown up poor and she truly does not know what it is like to have money. Elizabeth also helps her uncle run his fish and hunting shop to help her mother out with food and the bills. Everyone loves Elizabeth and no one could have imagined that Elizabeth would start acting violent and start killing innocent people.

What everyone does know, including Elizabeth, is that her body has been hijacked by a evil goddess named Saroya. Saroya is also known as “The Soul Reaper” Goddess of Divine Death”. Elizabeth has plans to try and kill herself so she can finally be rid of the demon that has possessed her body. Elizabeth needs to try and save her family from being killed by Saroya. When the demon possesses Elizabeth's body she knocks Elizabeth unconscious, where Elizabeth can not remember what she did. Every couple nights Saroya takes over her body and starts killing anyone who is around her. Elizabeth finally decides one night after waking up and seeing all the dead bodies around her, and her mother hiding in a corner that tonight is the night that she will kill herself. Elizabeth is planning on walking out in front of the cops with a gun, and having them shoot her to death. Just as Elizabeth opens the door she is tackled by some strange man who says that he owns her body and that she will not be permitted to kill herself, no matter what.

Elizabeth has no idea that the demon man with red eyes is a vampire and the nut case inside her is his bride to be. He will do anything to keep Elizabeth's body safe from harm. Elizabeth also does not know that the vampire has pans to cast out Elizabeth's soul from her body so Saroya can take it over, and live happily ever after with vampire boy. Saroya and her Vampire lover have another thing coming because this down home country girl is not going to let anyone take her soul from her body no matter what.

Lothaire a powerful vampire who is feared by all immortal beings and he is known as “The Enemy Of Old.” Lothaire has finally found his bride and has even had his bride foreseen by his Fey acquaintance known as Hag. All Lothaire needs to do, is get the ring back from his enemy and cast out the human soul that is currently the owner of his bride's soon to be body. That is NOT going to be easy for Lothaire. Elizabeth, the owner of Lothaire's bride Saroya's body, is making it very difficult for Lothaire to try and get the ring so he can rid Elizabeth of her body and turn Saroya into a vampire. Lothaire needs to keep an eye on Elizabeth as she is trying to kill herself so she can finally get rid of Saroya. If Elizabeth does succeed in killing herself, Lothaire will lose Saroya and he will not be able to marry her and rule over the Lore. Will Lothaire be able to find the ring that he needs in time to rid Elizabeth's soul from her body and turn Saroya into a vampire, or will Elizabeth succeed in killing herself and killing Saroya for once and for all?

“Lothaire” is full of lots of twist and turns that will have you guessing what is going to happen next. New friendships will be forged, life long bonds created. This is a great book that will having you absolutely falling in love the character Elizabeth Peirce all the way through.

4 Bats out of 5

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Debbie Wasn't sure I was going to like this one, but I loved it.


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