Far From Heaven

Far From Heaven His love could damn her soul Ashemnon s demonic hunger for Madeleine Dean s pure vibrant soul has tormented him throughout every lifetime she s lived on earth Now thanks to her desperate father he

  • Title: Far From Heaven
  • Author: Cherrie Lynn
  • ISBN: 9781609284329
  • Page: 136
  • Format: ebook
  • His love could damn her soul Ashemnon s demonic hunger for Madeleine Dean s pure, vibrant soul has tormented him throughout every lifetime she s lived on earth Now, thanks to her desperate father, he has a blood tight contract in hand Soon, her soul will belong to him.All her life, Maddie has been haunted by strange occurrences, hallucinations and increasingly intense niHis love could damn her soul Ashemnon s demonic hunger for Madeleine Dean s pure, vibrant soul has tormented him throughout every lifetime she s lived on earth Now, thanks to her desperate father, he has a blood tight contract in hand Soon, her soul will belong to him.All her life, Maddie has been haunted by strange occurrences, hallucinations and increasingly intense nightmares As her ex boyfriend walks away, she can almost hear the pieces of her life falling around her And then she falls literally into the arms of a stranger who s the first and only person to understand.Ash meant to pluck her soul, not sweep her off her feet Yet the moment they touch, the temptation to seduce her again and again is than he can resist Despite the risk, he finds himself succumbing to her charms And, impossibly, falling in love.Then Ash learns the reason it s taken centuries to get to this point He s not the only one with a claim on her soul Heaven and Hell are in a tug of war and Maddie s the rope Control wrested from his hands, Ash can only wait for her to make a choice that will damn one soul to Hell or damn her own.Warning This title contains obsession, soul possession, and hot carnal transgression Oh, and a few scares for good measure You can t keep this bad demon down though you ll want to try.

    One thought on “Far From Heaven”

    1. A totally sweet story about a demon on his way to redemption through love. Their faceoff in hell was a nice twist. I would love to read the continuation of their story at some point.

    2. Eleventy billion stars! Cherrie Lynn has been a top favorite author of mine since I first read Rock Me well over a year ago. I'm not sure how I overlooked this book in all that time, but I am so glad I came across it yesterday. That's right. I found this book only yesterday and immediately devoured it. It was incredible. I absofreakinglutely LOVED it! Lynn did such an awesome job creating a world of angels and demons and, to be honest, that theme has never really appealed to me but she broke thr [...]

    3. Actual rating = 4.5I love this book from the very beginning until the last word. At first, what draws me in was the premise: Ash (a demon) has stalked a soul (Maddie) through several centuries and reincarnations, and after bargaining with her degenerate father for her life, finally has her in his clutches. As a result, Maddie's life is pretty difficult: hallucinations, super bad luck in life, and an ever present darkness shadowing her. So what happens when one night, instead of killing Maddie an [...]

    4. Another great book by Cherrie Lynn. Her theme of bad boy/good girl is getting a bit redundant, but maybe that's because I read all her books close together. I must say, I knew that going in but that didn't really stop me from loving this book! Another hit by Cherrie Lynn. She is on my auto-buy list.

    5. Ashemnon „Ash“ is a demon and his one and only objective is to take souls. He relishes in the terror he inflicts on people, showing no mercy or compassion. To save himself from certain death, Gatlin, a drug addict and all around pitiful human being must sell his daughter’s soul - a daughter he didn't know he had - to Ash. He signs the contract being presented to him and his life is spared. Twenty-seven years later Ash has come to collect what’s rightfully his. No meddling angel can stop [...]

    6. I'm never quite sure how I feel about these 'the love of a good woman/man can redeem a demon soul'. This was a good book but I'm still a touch undecided. Ash was magnificently intense. (Yes please!)Madeleine was Well she'd been having strange things happening to her all her life but still stayed strong (well that's the point of the story!) but I'm wondering if she came across as unbelieveably balanced. Not that I wanted her to be a raving lunatic but the balance didn't seem true. Then again, if [...]

    7. Not as good as Sweet Disgrace, but definitely as captivating.The love story between a demon and a mortal is well written despite the short lengh and the paranormal aspects are well developed. As usual, Cherrie Lynn writtes sex scenes really well and here is no different. Ash and Maddy's story is gripping and it is a nice surprise to see an appearance of Celest & Damael who come to their help.

    8. I'm not much for the whole angel/demon kind of thing, but I LOVE Cherrie Lynn. Rock Me and Leave Me Breathless are up there as all time favs. I did like this book, even though it's not my typical read. I felt the characters pains and insecurities and hopes and their desireoh, the desireher ability to convey want is really something.

    9. Love it. Story features a demon that falls in love with his human prize. Light reading. Nothing too hot and heavy. Very entertaining.Didn't really like the ending though - too abrupt. It'll be great if there's a third instalment. Maybe one that features an angel and a human instead? I vote for Riam's story.

    10. It was a quick read, but not as good as other Cherrie Lynn books I've read. I would suggest picking up Unleashed & Rock Me (a personal fave) instead.

    11. THis book was pretty well written. At first I wasn't particularly invested, and that next thing I know I'm all choked up!

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