Sorin of Firewall, lives in a land that
is constantly at war, with a race of cannibals. The men of
his race are in fact so busy that their marriage ceremonies
are now just a lineup where the “will of the gods” happens
and they just pick women they wish to claim as a wife.
Sorin has no intention of picking a bride, his first attempt
at marriage ended in disaster so he has set out to live his
life alone. But, when he sees Lilith things seem to quickly
change and he is doing things he promised to never do again.
Lilith is used to traveling between
dimensions, as it is her job. What she is not used to is
waking up in another dimension and finding she is being
“auctioned” up as a bride. She is stunned when one of the
large warriors seems to think she is now his bride, and for
that matter, her bridal duties as described to her sound a
lot more like a sex slave.
But, it doesn’t take Lilith long to
find out there is more to Sorin of Firewall than just
warrior. There is a kind man who she just might be falling
in love with. At the same time, she knows she is not the
only woman who has been kidnapped and brought to this world
and wants to stop this practice. But can she convince her
new “husband” that she isn’t really trying to just escape
him, or betray him?
I think Ms. Pillow did a wonderful job in portraying how
Lilith would react to suddenly finding she is a bride of a
warrior and in a strange dimension. I thoroughly enjoyed
the interactions between the characters in Lilith
Enraptured and felt the novel has a steady fast pace
that will keep the reader interested.