Lilith Enraptured : Divinity Warriors

  • by Michelle M. Pillow
  • Narrated by Rebecca Cook
  • Series: Divinity Warriors
  • 6 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sorin of Firewall lives in a land forever at war. In fact, the Starian men are so busy fighting, their marriage ceremony has been reduced to a 'will of the gods' event where they simply pick a woman out of a lineup and claim her as a wife. With women becoming scarce, it's necessary to trade the offworld Divinity Corporation for brides. Duty-bound to attend the ceremony, he has no intention of picking a bride, let alone one from another dimension. That is, until he sees Lilith, the bewitching woman sent by the gods to reward - or punish? - him…
Lilith, a data analyst for Divinity, is betrayed by the Corporation and wakes up in a primitive, uncharted dimension filled with warriors who only know war and duty. But her initial fears of becoming a sex slave to a big beefy knight become all too real when a warrior of god-like proportions claims she's his new woman. As Lilith discovers, there are worse fates than being the focus of Sorin's skillful and earthy seduction.
Rating: Contains graphic sexual content, adult language, and violence.


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Customer Reviews

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Could have been better

First, I like an erotic story just like the next lady, but I like strong heroines. I wouldn't be so irritated with this book, if I didn't think it had good potential. The heroine is extremely weak. Let me preface this with the fact that I am on chapter 13 out of 19, so there is a chance that the woman will grow a freakin’ backbone. If I hear one more time, "I don't belong here" I am going to scream.
Okay Lilith's job is an analyst who jumps dimensions. So after being kidnapped and taken to another dimension she is not paralyzed with fear. I thought this was a great start. But I quickly grew bored with all the inner whining. Like, “Oh he won’t spend the night with me, but she didn’t have the balls to tell him she wanted him to stay.” I guess my problem is either get angry and decided to leave or freakin’ fall in love and decided to stay. One of the things that I found curious is the author made the point to emphasis that she has been trained to observe people and worlds, but she remains so misunderstood, because she can’t open her damned mouth and tell him how she feels. If the woman was stronger I think I would have really enjoyed this book. As it is I probably would have booted her a%$ back to her dimension.
Again, there is a chance that the book will get better. I am more than half way through and I want to punch her. What is bad about me giving a review before finishing the book is that if it gets better and makes it worthwhile, then I have not given it a chance. I wish Audible allowed me to give updates. But I am so irritated that I couldn’t help myself!!!
Although I will say that Rebecca Cook is a good Narrator.

I will make sure I read the next erotic book on Amazon for less than 2.00 or 3.00 then I won’t feel bad if I skip parts because they bore me. Listening to this one was not worth my credit.
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- Kindle Customer "I have been happily married for 17 years, I have 3 children (12, 14, & 16), and 2 dogs. I am currently working on a 2nd degree. Life is chaotic and stressful, but I wouldn't change it. I am blessed and enjoying my life."

Sooooo hot!!

Would you listen to Lilith Enraptured again? Why?

This has to be one of my favorites! I truly did not want it to end. If you like the dragon lords series you will love this and if this is your first michelle pillow book keep reading they are all awesome!

What did you like best about this story?

There is something about a man will no weakness except his woman!

Which scene was your favorite?

When he goes after Lilith to the other demention

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It made me laugh, cry, and umm had a little fun with the hubby too.

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- Hope

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-10-2013
  • Publisher: The Raven Books