September 06, 2012

Servant of the Goddess Review

Servant of the Goddess ( Immortyl Revolution #4)
by Denise Verrico

Goodreads Blurb
Can an Immortyl society survive in a modern world? From the ashes of the first battle of the Immortyl Revolution, vampires Mia Disantini and Kurt Eisen set out to build a new Immortyl society. Trouble arrives in the person of Cedric MacKinnon, a runaway adept of the ancient arts, who brings tidings of upheaval at the chief elder's court that threatens everything Mia and Kurt have accomplished. Mia finds it hard to resist when Cedric pledges his service and tempts her with the legendary skills he learned as an Immortyl courtesan. Facing opposition from both within and out, Mia begins to doubt Kurt is up to the task of leading their followers to his vision of an Immortyl Utopia. Torn between her loyalty to Kurt and Cedric's insistence that she is the earthly manifestation of the Goddess Durga and destined to lead, Mia confronts the greatest challenge of her life.

My Review
The fourth book in the Immortyl Revolution series is just as thrilling a read as the others in this series. Cedric escapes to New York to join Mia and Kurt the founders of the revolution. He thinks he has found a new safe place to live and soon finds himself with a fan club. He also falls for the lovely Mia who he thinks should be the rightful leader. Mia and Kurt love each other and are trying to hold their new Vampire kingdom together. They are wanting all vampires to be pretty much evil. Cedric showing up just mess up their plans and their lives as trouble soon follows him.

Some books get weaker the longer a series goes but this being book 4 I think they just get better. It goes back to Kurt and Mia who started this great series and the revolution. You can tell there is still love between these to even when they have new lovers. Cedric is somewhat more spoiled acting in this one but really it just brings his character more to life. I love seeing the chemistry between him and Mia. He really makes her wonder if things are the way they should be or if they need to change. All the characters come together to make this an amazing read. All the scenes are fantastic whether they are love scenes, fight scenes or just talking it all blends together to make a great book. Wanting a more grown up vampire series to read pick this series up.

4 out of 5 Bats~Pam

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