Saturday, October 29, 2011

Review: Give Me by L.K. Rigel

Give Me: a fairy tale
Copyright 2011 L.K. Rigel
Published by LK Rigel

Edited by Debra L. Martin
Cover by Robin Ludwig Design

A young witch with a good heart. Two lovers in mortal danger. A spell that ends in disaster.

Lilith Evergreen lives in the California desert, an ordinary woman until her fiancé returns from London with a ring he bought from a street vendor. When Lilith puts it on she dreams of a green land that's anything but desert, a tree at cliff's edge, a ruined castle, and a handsome prince.

Then she discovers that it's all real.

When Lilith visits the ruins of Tintagos Castle, she discovers a world of magic and love - and its dark side when she's entangled in the remnants of an ancient spell gone bad. From the moment Lilith sees Cade Bausiney, she's overwhelmed with desire for him. Cade is drawn to Lilith too - but their feelings might only be sparked by dark and dangerous magic.

Lilith and Cade must break the old spell or be forever possessed by spirits who've waited a millennium to consummate their love.
I am really starting to love these small books, this one is 64 pages long, I so wished it had been longer and I could really see it going so much farther.  This was a beautiful love story about Lilith and Cade. I really like how their story spanned over so much time, thousands of years.  I'm not going to go into to much detail, because for such a small book if I get to into it, it will give it away and you really have to read this one for yourself, it's such a beautiful story. The back and forth sometimes has the capability of confusing a reader, but the author did such an amazing job at telling this story you are not confused one bit, I love her writing style it flows perfectly. I recommend this story to all and really hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did.  Enjoy!!!!

Author Bio:
LK Rigel lives in California with her television-watching cat, Coleridge. (His favorite show is Castle, but he was enthralled by Game of Thrones.) Rigel wrote songs for the 90's band The Elements, scored the independent science fantasy karate movie Lucid Dreams, and was a reporter for the Sacramento Rock 'N Roll News. Her work has appeared in Literary Mama and Tattoo Highway.

Rigel writes the postapocapunk "Apocalypto" series about the end of the world and the new reality in which the gods return to save humanity from itself - and end up fighting with each other.

Her short story "Slurp" about an author with muse problems on Halloween is included in DEADLY TREATS, Anne Frasier's Halloween anthology published by Nodin Press.

Her latest book, GIVE ME, is an adult fairy tale about possession.

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