A fallen priest who gave up his
mortality for the woman he loved Adam Omega hasnít know such
a deep connection since his beloved Eyanna decided death was
more welcoming than living with a creature such as himself.
With the ability to walk in the sun, Adam has inspired a
legion of those whom not only envy his power but fear his
greatness. Nothing could have prepared Adam for Eve. A woman
with the spirit of his long dead wife, who calls to his soul
and causes him to break every rule heís lived his immortal
As Eve struggles to come to terms with
the wealthy vampire who makes obsession seem like a simple
word, Adamís enemies plot to use his one weakness against
him, his love/hate relationship with Eve the only being with
the power to cripple him. The resolve of a vampire will be
tested by the woman who is powerful in her own right and
unwilling to allow even the strongest of vampires to bend
her to his will.
In a series sure to rival some of the
best vampire lore available, the all consuming love of an
immortal will send one human woman to the brink of madness.
In the Beginning is ,as it states, the
inception of the love story of Adam Omega and Eve. Eve is a
human woman who i has the spirit of Adamís wife but with a
personality of her own. With a strength that far outweighs
her predecessorís, Eve refuses to give in the lull of Adam
without a fight. Using her own gifts she brings an
excitement to Adamís world that he never foresaw in his
F.D. Davis created a being that Iím
sure will leave readers with more ill feelings than not.
Abusive in his treatment of Eve because of a deep-rooted
anger he still harbors for his dead wife and the refusal of
Eve to come to him easily, Adam on more than one occasion
made me pause. Not in a good way either! This is not a
gentle love story filled with wooing and passionate
embraces. It is however a battle of wills between to people,
a powerful vampire and Eve a woman who with her keen mind
and body withstands what would send the average woman to her
In between getting to know each other
and fighting to stay on top these two actually fall in love.
A love laced with fear, danger and threat but one just as
strong as the two beings sharing it. F.D. Davis did a
phenomenal job of stepping outside the norm and bringing to
light a tale that captivates and tantalizes. I look forward
to the next installment because like most exceptional series
the final scene leaves you anxiously wondering what will
come next. For digging deep inside her creative soul and
providing readers with a story that forces you outside your
comfort zone, I Joyfully Recommend In the Beginning
as a Decemberís Recommended Read.