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Book Review of Trelloran Seduction by Georgia Carter Mathers

Updated on July 17, 2018
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The 458-page Trelloran Seduction (The Making of a Goddes #1) is the first book in the series written by Georgia Carter Mathers. The book was published on the 16th of December in 2016 by Painless Editing and Publishing. Georgia has also written another book, The Devil Inside. The author writes paranormal romance not for the faint of heart. She was born in Sydney, Australia. She is a writer, editor, mother, and a wife. She has an Associate Degree in Creative Writing, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Graduate Certificate in Publishing. Georgia writes about issues that touches her heart and from a woman's viewpoint.

The author, Georgia Carter Mathers
The author, Georgia Carter Mathers

The following are links that will enable you to keep updated with Georgia Carter Mathers:

website: https://georgiacartermathers.com

Twitter: RomanceGeorgiaC

URL: https://www.goodreads.com/GeorgiaCarterMathers


Hero and Herione

The two main characters are Kaitlau and Pietah. Kaitlau is a Princess Nymph from Trellora. She can change into anything at will. She has been kept a prisoner in her home for 200 years by her vampire parents, King Ganim and her Queen mother. Kaitlau is repeatedly raped by priests who impregnate her so her mother can feed on them.

Pietah is a rebel who lives on Volen. All he wants to do now is kill all priests because of them, his wife, Diatra and his daughter, Nia is dead. He is obsessed with killing them all until a chance encounter with Kaitlau. He wants to show her that she deserves to be loved.


Will someone save the planet of Volen?

The people of Volen are not humans but units in which the female is sacrificed on her 30th birthday. The males outlive their counterparts. On their 30th birthday, they are taken away, raped before the priests kills them for their brain fluid. Then the priests drink it which is called the Cleansing. This is how Pietah looses his wife.

Kaitlau doesn't want to save anyone, she just wants revenge against her father, who she thought loved her. He might not of been in the room but he knew what the priests were doing to her and did nothing to save her.

She escapes her home of Trellora by going through the charmed window. When she goes through she ends up in Volen, where she witnesses, Pietah killing a priest and trying to save a female from being killed and murdered. They both have reasons to want the vampire King Ganim dead. Along the way, they start to fall in love. They both of issues to work out but she doesn't want to be touched and he still loves his dead wife but wants to show Kaitlau that she deserves to be loved.

This is my first time reading a book from Georgia Carter Mathers. It took me a few days to get through this book not because it is bad but because of the violence and rape. At times I had a hard time reading it because it dealt with issues that happen today in some countries which is that women are killed, beaten, and raped. Overall, the novel was great. It is a much darker novel then I usually read because I am more of a historical romance reader without darkness in it. But I am glad that I read it all.

Recommendations

If you are looking for a sweet romance novel, then I would not recommend this book to you. This is not a book for the faint of heart. This book is for mature adults. There are scenes in here not suited for young adults. This book deals with violence, brutality, rape, assault, sacrific, and much more.

i would recommend this book for readers who love to read paranormal romances with strong characters that hope for a better life even when there doesn't like there is any hope left. If you love fantasy, paranormal romance, strong and broody characters, then this is the book for you.

4 stars for Book review

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