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The Darkest Kiss by Gena Showalter
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Jun 26, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: read-in-2012, virgin-heroines, single-titles, celibate-hero

I enjoyed this one a lot, the heroine Anya was a Goddess of Anarchy and kind of spoiled and prone to tantrums. She took a liking to Lucien, the one that opened Pandora's box and keeper of death and did her best to rile him and make him want her but Lucien is the calm one, keeping all the Lords together and tried to ignore her which infuriated her. These two behaved childishly at the start still it was hilarious.

Aeron is still captured and in blood-lust, after Danika and her family. Meanwhile Reyes can't stop thinking about her. Paris is captured too by bait named Sienna.

Lucien was kind of tortured, scarred himself when his love died & as Death he had to escort her and when he tried not to, she suffered more. He cannot believe Anya wants him & thinks she is playing with him.
He is ordered by Cronus, King of Gods to kill Anya, Goddess of Anarchy & daughter of Lawlessness(promiscuous goddess) if he doesn't his friends will pay.

Anya was imprisoned for killing a Captain who tried to rape her, Gods tried to make her a sex slave, her dad freed her by giving her his all key, after Greeks fell she freed her parents, Cronus wants her gift. She wants Lucien and can't give her key, she would lose herself and her freedom. She spent first few years trying to live down mum's reputation then decided to hell with it. She was cursed by her father's mate(view spoiler)

I enjoyed the book a lot, now on to the next.
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