Friday, September 19, 2014

Book Review: Madame Lilly Voodoo Priestiest: Soulless By Dormaine G

( I received this free ebook by the author in exchange for an honest review)

Goodreads Summary: Madame Lilly, Voodoo Priestess: Soulless
Soulless and vengeful proves a lethal combination for those who have wronged her.

The time is 1890, the place, New Orleans, and Odara is lost to Madame Lilly, her soulless side—and she has not finished what she started. Unleashing two great forces, Theolus and Hearon, with ferocious appetites against her common-law husband, Henry Nicholas, is just the beginning of the end for Lilly—only she doesn’t know it yet.
For the spirits she raised took what was left of her humanity and left a piece of themselves within her; a piece that craves chaos. Needing to maintain control over them to do her bidding, Lilly must do what is required even if it means becoming more like them.

Tortured, scorned and damned, Lilly has one mission in life: Retribution.

The name itself gives an idea of how this installment of the series will be. I loved this one just as much as the first one.  Madame Lilly (Odara) has been abused to the point where she seeks voodoo and becomes Madame Lilly. With so much anger and hurt she has only one thing set and that is revenge. She is broken and her soul is shatter. The girl from the very beginning of this story is lost. 

In this short story everything from demonic possession, darkness, and in detail graphics that there is no problem for the imagination is on the edge. The characters are very thought out and the life of the story seems so real. Theolus and Hearon are vicious lol. You will be imagining yourself in the deep swamps of Louisiana. This is one of those stories that reminds me of the saying "Treat people how you want to be treated". 

I love a good story that is set in Louisiana because that is where I live. I love a good story even more when it is set in New Orleans because I love everything about that city. I hope to one day visit. 

This is a really quick read and you will love it.  To read my review of the first bk in the series click here.  

Rating 5Stars
Recommend? Yes!