Book Chat: The Seer’s Lover

A passion filled story populated with angels & demons as they fight to possess the influence over humanity.

2014

 

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Blurb:

For years, Calise Rowe has been able to sense unusual energy from people, making her believe she is different. Pulled into an ancient war raging for centuries between demon hunters and seers, she’s about to find out she’s right. Her search for the truth leads her to Lucas Rojas, a seer of angels and demons who walk the earth shrouded from normal human eyes. He’s hidden his gift for years and refuses to endanger Calise by sharing it with her. In the sultry Costa Rican Jungles, their worlds collide. As their passion and desire ignite, so does the ancient war between demons and seers. Will their combined efforts be enough to save themselves and the entire human world, or will their new found love be their downfall?

Review:

Calise has always had a 6th sense about people; like feelingĀ  bad vibes emitting from certain ones. She wants to find out more about her special ability, but doesn’t know how. While on vacation in Mal Pais she gets more than she expected when she fallsĀ  in love with handsome Lucas, who seems full of secrets. After they make love and she returns home, her skills are either over-the-top or she has lost her mind. From simply sensing evil in people, she sees actual demon-like creatures.

Unbeknownst to Calise, Lucas is a Seer, one who not only sees demons, but fights and kills them. Now she has joined his ranks. Will she be able to handle this new “seeing” power? There are several angels as secondary characters as well as demons. Several of these mixed couples (an angel paired with a demon) are in love and it was interesting to see the twists and turns of their relationships.

The main premise of this story is good versus evil. Angels and demons fight for the influence each has on humanity. The other-worldly beings are described beautifully and horrifyingly. The demons are depicted doing some really abhorrent deeds -what one would expect from hell’s spawn. But the scenes where angel babies were tortured by demons was disturbing.

The book dragged in the beginning for me, but kicked into high gear once Calise became a Seer. If you love stories about angels and demons, I recommend you give this book a try.

NOTE: All my reviews are published in Uncaged Book Reviews emag. This review will be in the July issue.

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