Book One: Lilith
Annette Anderson sees the Hellworlds, and demon souls, driving her into a world of sin and sex, attracting the unwanted attention of the Underground. She endures months of torture until her body becomes the host to the She-demon, Lilith, who unsuccessfully attempts to drive out her human soul, leaving the two souls, one human, one demon, to reside together on a shaky truce.
When London becomes victim to a spate of grisly murders, and one of Annie’s students disappears, the twin souls must work together with the attractive detective Michael Daltry, and Rowan, a demon ordered to protect them, to solve the murders before Hell is unleashed on earth.
Book Two: Fateless
The second in the Twin Soul series picks up where the first finishes, with Annie trying to help Calum adjust to his newly acquired demon twin soul.
A new spate of murders haunts the City of London, and as Annette turns to friends old and new, human and demon, to help find what evil power is responsible for the unusual murders, she is forced to face her tortuous past, and the sadistic demons that were a part of it.
Detective Dalton is also unwittingly dragged into the demonic realm, releasing his own unknown secret, while Rowan stands as a powerful protector against the evil forces working to destroy both Annie and Lilith.
The first two books in the Twin Soul series are a fascinating journey into the world of demons and evil, and I must admit, they are some of the best reads I’ve come across in a long time.
Victoria Limbert is a powerful writer, with a talent for drawing the reader into a realm we don’t want to be in, but don’t want to leave either. The first chapter is a little confusing, but as the book progresses, the confusion clears and the reader is taken on an often dark journey full of thrills and suspense, and littered with lust, sex, and love.
The characters are strong, realistic, complex, and not always nice, yet Ms. Limbert keeps the reader wanting to know more about their journey, both as individuals, and as part of the often complex relationship linking them all.
I would recommend these adult fast-paced, intriguing novels to anyone who likes supernatural and paranormal suspense, and I sincerely hope the author will write another in the series to conclude the story from where it left off in Book Two.