The Mark of Abel by Viola Ryan

Lucifer has made grievous errors: he has fallen in love with Eve and presented her with the apple, the forbidden fruit. Eve, of course, takes that fateful bite. In his anger, God has made Lucifer a Vampire and cast him away. Lucifer’s only chance of redemption is to find the artist who bears his “symbol.”

In order to return, he must find her to study her art which will reveal the path back to Heaven. There is just one small problem: each time he finds her, she is murdered. When he does catch up to “Janie,” will she be his salvation or his demise?

This was a very interesting, fast-paced book. The characters at times seemed to change too quickly, and there were so many characters, it was hard to keep up with them all. On the other hand, I have nothing but praise for the author’s originality and her very unique writing style and theme.

I look forward to the next book, since this is the first in a series. I can promise you that if you read this, the end is literally jaw dropping.

Book Stats:

  • e-book, digital format
  • Print Length: 348 pages
  • Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing (January 11, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B0FSH9A

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Lucifer has made grievous errors: he has fallen in love with Eve and presented her with the apple, the forbidden fruit. Eve, of course, takes that fateful bite. In his anger, God has made Lucifer a Vampire and cast him away. Lucifer’s only chance of redemption is to find the artist who bears his “symbol.” …

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My name is Lynne, and I am blessed to have my husband whom I have been with over half my life. Two beautiful girls, 24 and17, and my favorite boy, Spencer, my Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier. I LOVE to read. Everyone knows I walk around the house, (even outside) with a book in my hand. My very favorite types of books are: Werewolves, Vampires, anything paranormal urban fantasy is fantastic too. I have too many favorite authors to list!