Lilith

Lilith Not everyone believes in love at first sight I know I didn t but when a new boy moved to my little town everything including me changed It wasn t his deep blue eyes or his perfect smile that calle

  • Title: Lilith
  • Author: Ashley Jeffery
  • ISBN: 9781482381634
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Paperback
  • Not everyone believes in love at first sight.I know I didn t, but when a new boy moved to my little town, everything, including me changed It wasn t his deep blue eyes, or his perfect smile that called to me, but a connection that was older than time Our lives were bound together, and the past has a way of circling.After a date gone horribly wrong, then the blood and theNot everyone believes in love at first sight.I know I didn t, but when a new boy moved to my little town, everything, including me changed It wasn t his deep blue eyes, or his perfect smile that called to me, but a connection that was older than time Our lives were bound together, and the past has a way of circling.After a date gone horribly wrong, then the blood and the fever I started to hear voices no one else could hear People died, some were tortured, my pain was her pleasured Lilith was at the center of it all Love isn t just a fairy tale, its survival Clawing my way from death and standing up for that love no matter the price Because in the end love is all that really matters anywayeven when its the at first sight kind.

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    About " Ashley Jeffery "

  • Ashley Jeffery

    Ashley Jeffery grew up in the central valley of California After years of devouring any books she could get her hands on, she finally got up the courage to write her own stories The Wild Hunt is one of the many stories she started writing years ago Ashley primarily writes Adult Fiction that leans towards urban fantasy, horror and the paranormal Even though her characters can be, and are often times monsters, Ashley wanted them to be believable, and flawed As a reader and writer she wanted them to be both damaged and realistic, making sure they were layered with facets of both right and wrong Even if the circumstances they lived with are fantastical Ashley likes to think that them as people could exist in today s world Walking down busy streets, buying groceries, and existing without anyone ever knowing it Welsh mythology plays an important part in all of her stories Ashley wanted to write about monsters no one had ever heard of It is her hope that her readers will love them as much as she does Ashley Jeffery

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  • Lilith was an extremely interesting take on demons. It starts pretty quickly and continues to be original and fast-paced the whole way through. It's a quick read, just under 200 pages, but still has substance to it.I really enjoyed the folklore surrounding Lilith. The mythology aspect is always something I'm drawn to, and in this case it's really awesome that it is a mythological person that isn't as well known. I loved that a whole world of mythology was alluded to, including fairies and witche [...]


  • To me Lilith is a journey for the young and innocent, and how both those things youth and purity can be lost along the way. Parts of it are ripe with romance, and teen angst. But primarily to me, Lilith is about well.Lilith. She is one of my favorite research topics. There is so much out there about her both historical, and fictitious. She can be found both in the deep sea scrolls, the Talmud, and Jewish Folklore. Often times Lilith is described as the mother of all monsters. In my world Lilith [...]


  • I really enjoyed the storyline of this novel. However, there were countless errors throughout the book that really took away from the story. I also had an issue with how quickly things occurred. For example, no one falls in genuine love that quickly. Also, the way Rhiannon acted severely annoyed me. She was bitchy, rude, obsessed with a bully, and just plain mean. I think this book would have been a lot better if Rhiannon's character would have been more appealing and if the author had slowed th [...]


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