Review – Illusions of Evil (Illusions Duet #1) by Lily White

November 11, 2017 Review 0

Review – Illusions of Evil (Illusions Duet #1) by Lily White


It's what he said to me across his altar, what he demanded so that I would be pure.

In the moment he blessed me with his virtue, I was no longer the woman I'd once been.

I was Eve.

His light. His salvation. His bridge to Heaven's gate.

I failed him because my faith was not strong enough.

He punished me for not giving in.

Resisting temptation is never easy.

Not when his hands, his teeth, his heat and hunger were the greatest of my sins.

Title: Illusions of Evil
Author: Lily White
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Wake to Dream, Four Crows, Her Master's Redemption
Series: Illusions Duet
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: October 18th 2017
Genres: Dark Romance
Pages: 426
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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I must confess…I feel incomplete. Like I’m half of what I thought or knew prior to reading this book. It sounds, odd. But let’s face it. Every time we open a Lily White book, we’re thrust in to an alternative way of thinking that somehow changes the way in which we think. Now normally, after writing a sentence like that, I’d look back and admit that it’s because she’s the queen of mindf-ery. But after this one? Dang. Maybe it’s because there’s a religious tone to it. Maybe because this dives in to acceptance of ones self, pushing the boundaries that have been places upon ourselves through our own beliefs? Too deep? Then good luck reading this…LOL

Elijah. Wow. Words completely escape me. There is no other way to define, characterize or even describe this man. This…being. I can only admit that the things that come out of his mouth are interesting to say the least.

Jacob. Poor Jacob. A man who once thought he knew who he was, only to reform, becoming something/someone else. All to escape the past, repent and cleanse. Too bad the past always comes back to bite you in the arse.

EveWhere we feel for Jacob, we weep for Eve. We can feel her turmoil, her devotion, her passion for the one and only thing that means anything to her. And when there should have been confusion, she somehow saw clearer than anyone else. Lucky girl.

I WILL NOT spoil this book. I KNOW that this is just the beginning. How? Well, decides the fact that this is labeled #1, there were a few things left undone. And I’m dying to find out what’s next for the family.



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