Friday, June 26, 2015
Release~Sins of Lethe by Arden Aoide
Sins Of Lethe
by Arden Aoide
My name is Shula.
Today is my wedding day.
Today is the day I die.
What would you do if you were betrothed to a monster?
Could you be tied to a man whose most
terrible secrets are buried with the dead?
What if you were given a way out?
Would you take it?
Even if it meant you would never truly be free?
A Consummation pulls you into
a patriarchal society of secessionist Texas.
It's far too real to be merely dystopian or futuristic.
It is hopeless from the first sentence,
but even though the outcome is bleak,
we want to be a witness to Shula Kelley's last day.
We find that it is not her last day, but a first of many.
We follow her and the desperate lust
she feels for her husband Jared,
despite archaic gender roles.
Not To Be gives us first person narratives
of the mother and father of the current Agnesson clan.
It's a captivating exploration of unapologetic psychopathy
as you see James through the lens of his young bride.
Devoutly takes us across Texas,
the States, and Mexico.
The lives that James Agnesson has touched
wait quietly on the sidelines while he
distracts himself with judging the sins
of others and the wives of his youngest sons.
Shula and Jared still explore desires
that contradict their conditioning,
while Jude convinces himself that
gender is irrelevant when he beds his new wife, Clara.
In To Be Wished,
Jared battles his own demons with tragic results.
Jude gives his father an ultimatum,
and we meet a new brother who
has traveled to the States to spread the Good News.
This introduction into the Sins of Lethe
world is both seductive and distressing,
and will leave you breathless.
I am not afraid of death.
Because my mother taught me there are far worse things.
But with Jared by my side,
I'm ready to live.
MEET THE AUTHOR
Arden Aoide lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her husband, two daughters, and three cats. Turn ons include men who cry during sex, long walks on the beach, and talking about herself in the third person. Turn offs include mean people and trying to figure out how to write an interesting author bio. She doesn't write about the typical men you normally read about in erotic romance novels. She likes her men brainy and just this side of manic. She's an introvert, she loves coffee, Internet, British television, and pot stickers. And pie. She loves pie.
WHERE TO FIND HER