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Saturday, November 6, 2010

My Review of "Lichess" by Kev Henley

Lessons of pleasure from pain, a mastery of instincts and skills… lessons such as these and more with a paranormal touch, a heightened experience at the whim of the author’s pen – dare I say the beauty of an imagination which holds to no lines or boundaries that wields words like spells until a readers mind is not only captivated but surrenders to what the story has to offer the mind, the body and the spirit in a tale of dark erotica…my musings upon reading this story…but…

Kev Henley’s "Lichess" offers such an invitation. So, be brave, read on, experience the dark magic which comes from this creator. Reading it, you will being to question many things. I did.

“Life is potent, if you know the truth of it. Still interested?” Mr. Henley’s own words beg the question, “Who learns and who leaves?”

But it is not nearly that simple. This story takes on what it means to have choices, a blessing or a curse? It pushes the reader with unique views of truths, right and wrong, religion and magic, but most of all the possibilities redemption in various forms. Strange twists in the storyline await, deep psychological complexities arise, befuddle you and keep you reading. The dark occult influences are superb, the character building is darkly magical, the complexities of the lessons keep compounding, challenging your own beliefs…

This story is blazing hot erotica, dark paranormal and psychological fiction—the mix at its best. Are you ready for Lichess? Go ahead, I dare you. You won’t be sorry.

Lichess Blurb:
Lena was a promising young Roman, born into a wealthy house. She had loving parents, servants to pamper her, and a fine education with a tutor who spoiled her. That changes the night she meets Erez, a Persian prince. Wicked and clever, he captures both Lena and her tutor, and uses them for his amusement. Lena's life becomes horrific. And then her life becomes something more, something immortal, something powerful and deadly. At the cost of her soul.

Just when she's feeling lost to the ravages of time, she discovers the one thing she never expects, the one thing that rearranges her existence and saves her: love. Yet, even pure love cannot outlast her.

Lena's personal journey through the ages, from a perspective that can only be gifted to the immortal. Her challenges lie with the problems we often take for granted: how to blend in, how to find purpose, how to cling to her humanity.

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