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on Jan. 21, 2013 :
A very good read, lots of action and not too much information as to confuse the reader.
(review of free book)
on May 21, 2012 :
Evelyn Grant appears to be 28 years old, when in reality she's far older than that. She along with her four sisters are vacationing in Athens Greece. She and her sisters are daughters of Eve and have seen many centuries of life together. There is only one thing that can make the sisters fear and that is the Templar Knights. Templar Knights have hunted the sisters for centuries not leaving them in peace at all. Evelyn is kidnapped outside an Athens nightclub and is brutally tortured and beaten for information she refuses to get her captors ~ a map to Eden which is something that she cannot give. Galiana is murdered, the other two sisters are missing when Evelyn is rescued by a CIA agent named Rhett Nichols. Rhett takes Evelyn into his care and protection where she grudgingly trusts him that is until she sees his Templar Knight Cross Tattoo on his back. Evelyn runs from Rhett but she shoots him and flees the country. Rhett doesn't understand why Evelyn ran from him but he's going to find out. He contacts his dad and brothers with what he's going to do, while they search for Evelyn's friends. His father and brothers learn that another woman is murdered as they find the remaining two woman in Evelyn's party. Rhett finds Evelyn in Vegas and tries to reason with her but with little success. Rhett wants to know why Evelyn ran from him to which Evelyn replies you won't believe me. Can Evelyn trust Rhett? What about Evelyn's sisters? Why do the Templar Knights hunt Evelyn's family? Your answers await you in Sin and Sacrifice.
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