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Poisoned Kisses Mills Boon Nocturne

Poisoned Kisses Mills Boon Nocturne

Poisoned Kisses, by author Stephanie Draven, is a romantic tale that inspiringly retells classic Greek mythology in modern day times, filled with tantalizing romantic interludes and in-depth characterization.

In Draven's tale, the heroine, Kyra, is the daughter of Ares - the Greek God of war, and is a former nymph of the Underworld who has decided that she has had enough of death and destruction. She has pitted herself against her father and his plans to draw power and worshipers from fueling further wars. Ares has his sights set on Marco Kaisiris, a soldier turned arms dealer who has witnessed so many atrocities that he's become the human version of a hydra; a man capable of taking the form of any person who has ever harmed him, and whose blood is poisonous to those it touches. Kyra's determination to kill Marco, to keep him from her father's grasp, quickly becomes a tale a woman willing to cast away her immortality in order to protect the only man that she's ever loved, and who's ever truly understood her.

Stephanie Draven's has a knack for drawing the reader in, leaving them at the edge of their seat, wanting for more. Her books are a recommended read all around.

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6 komentar:

  1. Marguerite Dodson26 Oktober 2010 13.32

    "Poisoned Kisses". The Underworld Nymph Kyra fears what her father Ares plans to do. Ares wants to use toxic blood to change a man into a deadly hydra. His choice is weapons dealer Marcos Kaisaris. Marcos believes he can save the world from the madness of weapons of mass destruction by arming the oppressed. Like her sire, Kyra seeks Marcos out with her plan being to kill him so her father cannot capture him. When they meet, Marcos' tainted blood burns Kyra, costing her immortality. Still she refuses to quit although now she considers locking him away from her dad. In their second battle, they fall in love so she plans to keep him safe or die in the attempt.

    "Midnight Medusa". As a child in war torn Bosnia, Renata saw first hand humanity's cruelty. She escaped to New York City where she became a sculptor who made pieces of the war criminals she witnessed performing their horrific cleaning. Once she completed a work, the "model" died horrifically. The son of Ares, Damon kidnaps the artist and informs her who she is and why her art kills.

    The romantic fantasy Poisoned Kisses is a terrific tale that grips the audience from the moment lead couple meet and never slows down as natural enemies fall in love. Readers also receive a wonderful romantic urban fantasy short story Midnight Kisses with a great paranormal twist though the lead couple is obviously less developed; this was previously an e-tale. With two offspring of Ares entries, Stephanie Draven provides fans with a joyous trip to "Mythica".

    Harriet Klausner

    BalasHapus
  2. Evangelina Whitaker14 Desember 2010 12.32

    Poisoned Kisses, by author Stephanie Draven, is a romantic tale that inspiringly retells classic Greek mythology in modern day times, filled with tantalizing romantic interludes and in-depth characterization.

    In Draven's tale, the heroine, Kyra, is the daughter of Ares - the Greek God of war, and is a former nymph of the Underworld who has decided that she has had enough of death and destruction. She has pitted herself against her father and his plans to draw power and worshipers from fueling further wars. Ares has his sights set on Marco Kaisiris, a soldier turned arms dealer who has witnessed so many atrocities that he's become the human version of a hydra; a man capable of taking the form of any person who has ever harmed him, and whose blood is poisonous to those it touches. Kyra's determination to kill Marco, to keep him from her father's grasp, quickly becomes a tale a woman willing to cast away her immortality in order to protect the only man that she's ever loved, and who's ever truly understood her.

    Stephanie Draven's has a knack for drawing the reader in, leaving them at the edge of their seat, wanting for more. Her books are a recommended read all around.

    BalasHapus
  3. Raymond Robles24 Oktober 2012 14.32

    Poisoned Kisses, another book in Stephanie Draven's Mythica series, strikes an awesome balance between traditional steamy romance, the consequences and toll of war, and oh-by-the-way, a little Greek mythology thrown in.

    Kyra, daughter of the war god Ares, is on a mission to destroy evil and that means Marco Kaisiris, an arms dealer who also happens to be a shape-shifting hydra. However, as is usual with Draven's writing there is much more to the story than boy meets girl and they fall in love. Both characters are superbly crafted. Kyra is a heroine with an attitude and Marco is a dark leading man with a past. While the both fall prey to the wild attraction that romance characters do, they do so against a backdrop of the serious issues of war that Draven is not afraid to tackle.

    Draven's ability to weave a story that encompasses serious subject matter, Greek mythology and steamy romance makes her an author to watch! This book is really unlike any romance I've read before. (and there was even a bonus story included in the back!)

    What a fun read!

    BalasHapus
  4. There something about Stephanie Draven's stories that stick with you and leave you wanting to know more, to read more.
    I had someone tell me that Poisoned Kisses was a must read and they were right. Greek mythology holds a new meaning when you read this book. Stephanie has a way of making it come alive to you.

    She's now one of my "must have" authors and I can't wait for her new book to come out!

    BalasHapus
  5. Hot, steamy and addicting! Stephanie weaves a tale so sexy and entertaining that takes you to a whole new level of romance. Kyra and Marco are the perfect couple - body, mind and soul. If you're a fan of romance, you HAVE to read Poisoned Kisses.

    BalasHapus