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“I couldn;t finish this book, because I found it boring and a little confussing. From what I did read, there were a lotof characters beside Amun and haidee who seemed to be competing for the main storyline. I hope the next book in the series is better than this one and the one before this.”see full review » see other reviews »
“I read this book several times and each time I feel the same level of excitement. Arun's story is just mesmerising...”lily wrote this review Wednesday, March 6, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“a hot fast paced action romance between demon and demon assasin. Strider, demon keeper of Defeat managed to subdued and kidnapped demon assasin Hunter Haidee to his demon stronghold. there is greeted by Torin keeper of Diseases and angels, lots of them standing guard over Amun the demon keeper of Secrets. Amun was infested with evil and being consumed by nightmares while on a rescue mission in hell. Haidee was the only one who can calm him and his own self destruction and the world. in order to rid himself of evil, Amun has to go back to hell bringing Haidee with him said angel Zacharel and offering his angelpack to them to help along the way.”tan c wrote this review Monday, September 17, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Not as exciting as previous books. There is no progression in the Hunters Vs. Lords war or in the search for the final artifact leading to Pandora's box.
Nevertheless, the romance between Amun and Haidee is sweet - they have definite chemistry and an excellent emotional connection.
The scenes with Strider, William and Paris were silly and annoying though and I was considering skipping Strider's book until Kaia turned up to add life to the party so onwards toward The Secret Surrender. ”
“I was not looking forward to reading this book. Not that I didnt like Secrets but I just wasnt into his story. Boy am I glad I read!!! Lots happened in this book. You can not skip any in this series.”Heather Soligo wrote this review Monday, May 28, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Another great book in the Lords of the Underworld. I enjoyed reading it.”EsmeEames wrote this review Tuesday, May 22, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“ttly in luv with amun.....I was never really connected with sabin's grup.....but after readin darkest lie and darkest secret, they r among my new fav lords now :)
as far as this buk is considered....i found "the adventures of hell" were gr8 :p...this buk has everythn frm luv to action to adventure.....”
“I couldn;t finish this book, because I found it boring and a little confussing. From what I did read, there were a lotof characters beside Amun and haidee who seemed to be competing for the main storyline. I hope the next book in the series is better than this one and the one before this.”Roz wrote this review Friday, March 23, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This felt like somewhat of a down-shift in pacing compared to the last couple of books I've enjoyed of this series. The main couple were a little dull and the plot drawn out and overly long for the content. I'm not sure it even progressed the series in any way as there were no changes in the situation with the Hunters or the war.
There were a few things to enjoy, however. Amun was a surprisingly sweet guy and it was nice to get to know him a bit more since he has always been hiding in the background before now. And, of course, the smexy times were as hot as always. It was also quite nice not to have as much bitter resentment and distrust towards the female character at the beginning of the story. Amun is way to nice for that. Which is surprising, in a way, since the female in question this time is none other than Haidee, the female hunter that killed off Baden, one of the former Lords. Haidee herself was a very bland, 2D character, although she does have an interesting back story.
We kept cutting to Strider throughout, probably because his book is next. I honestly don't get why Showalter felt the need to make him interested in Haideeas well. That plot seemed to serve no purpose really since it all came to nothing in the end. And then the abrupt about turn with Kaia? Are we supposed to believe now that he really wanted her the whole time? If so, what up with the stripper, huh?
Here's hoping Strider's book is better. It should be since both he and Kaia are a lot more funny and entertaining.
3 Stars ★★★”
“By far my favorite Lord of the underworld Amun keeper of secrets. The story of Amun & haidee/hadiee their history, the blood bound & the secrets they both keep from others yet not from each other.”JV wrote this review Saturday, March 10, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No