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Lilian was born, the second of two daughters, in Athens, Greece. She came to the U.S. to study during the amazing years of the late 1960s and early 70s. This was a time without personal computers, Internet, e-mail, IPads, and IPhones. The US was deeply involved in the Vietnam War, and the anti-war student protests turned bloody and violent spreading across colleges and university campuses. It was a time of patched and embroidered blue jeans, tie-dyed fabrics, wet t-shirt contests, Woodstock, mood rings, pot, and hot pants.
College, marriage, the corporate world, and a beloved daughter kept Lilian’s writing on the back burner for many years. It wasn’t until later on in life that she decided to sit in front of the computer and finally put her thoughts on paper.
Lilian lives in Atlanta Georgia. She is blessed with a wonderful and supportive family, and circle of friends who have encouraged her along the way and have tremendous faith in her journey.
on June 09, 2013 :
Even better than the first two! Arielle: Immortal Passion is the third book in the Immortal Rapture series. Arielle Lloyd is going to college to study engineering while juggling her love life with a gorgeous immortal. Sebastian Gaulle is a sexy immortal man with intriguing powers and unfortunately some baggage.
The couple jet off to France to celebrate getting engaged, but Sebastian's ex-girlfriends will stop at nothing to kill his happiness. Along for the ride are Arielle's two best friends and their finances, all of whom are now in danger. Arielle must find a way balance school, a serious relationship, and a serious threat to herself and her loved ones.
Arielle: Immortal Passion is a well-written adventure with love, action, and all things paranormal.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on June 02, 2013 :
Having not read extensively in this genre, I find it a bit difficult to truly critique. Nonetheless, I would give this book three out of five stars. Although some of the descriptions and certain passages are beautifully written, and although you can truly feel the love between the main characters Arielle and Sebastian, there isn't as much action as I normally like to see in a book. On top of that, although the ending left me wanting to know more, it bothered me a bit because I was left feeling out of the loop. And despite the appeal of some of the steamy scenes, I felt myself losing interest somewhat with each subsequent bout of romance, perhaps there were too many? or maybe it's because it seemed like the same sentences were used quite often to describe the same thing? I think this novel might have worked better as a short story, really cut down to the bare bones, I think there would have been more tension and more excitement to draw the reader in.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)