Title: Gothic City Lights
Author: Brindle Chase
Rating: Four Siren Stones
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Keywords: Angels, Demons
Length: Novel Plus
ISBN E-Book: 978-1-60737-803-7
Publisher: Loose ID, LLC
It was just a fling. Lilith Templeton had no clue he was a human agent working for the angels. No big deal, but she got caught and Mother Superior, Portland’s most powerful angel, wants penance. Or death, Lilith’s choice. Being a lowly half-demon and therefore not a participant in the never-ending war for souls, she knows it's insane to cross the full-blood demons like Mother Superior wants. But opting out isn't an option: do or die. For additional penance, she's paired with an angel who not only ignites her lust but something more. Lilith wants to fall in love, to know what it was like to share herself with just one man. Yet since succubi needed to stay sexually satisfied, falling in love with the angel of chastity is a mistake she can’t afford.
Gabriel would have never second-guessed his choice to ascend through the virtue of chastity. Until he meets Lilith. Now, his ascension would be forfeit if he cannot vanquish his need for her. Having no choice but to ignore the fire burning inside them, they work towards tempting the demon cult’s human leader into revealing the hideout. Lilith, sexually irresistible half-succubus, is the perfect bait. Get in, send the signal and wait for the angel to rescue her. Oh and not get killed, or tempt the angel. Simple, right?
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content and graphic language.
Gothic City Lights is a different spin on a story with demons and angels. Lilith is a half-demon who survives on sex, or she becomes out of control. People look down at her.
When she works with Gabriel, she can't help but want him too, but she also starts feeling things for him she's never felt before. Those feelings start to change her, and make her think a little differently, despite who she is.
This is a dark paranormal with plenty of sexual scenes and vulgar language, and I enjoyed this. The plot line had unique elements and the fast pace kept me reading.
If readers are looking for something a little different, then try Brindle Chase's Gothic City Lights. This is a first time read for me by this author, and I am very interested in what else this writer has to offer.