Of Eternal Life
Of Eternal Life took second place in Lyrical Press's first annual "How Lyrical Is Your Romance" contest.
4 Stars - Of Eternal Life
"...I think that Persell’s jam-packed plotlines and highly sensual lovemaking reminds me of a mixture of Virginia Henley and Stephanie Laurens (only you know, contemporary as opposed to historical, and replace pirates and horses with the military and the Garden of Eden)."
"In Of Eternal Life Micah Persell introduces her hero by exploring the very practical downside of not being able to stay dead. The description of Eli’s imprisonment and torture is deliciously gruesome with a sadistic edge that rivals some of the best horror stories and thrillers. Despite opening in a very modern government facility, Eli’s immortality is steeped in some of our oldest mythology giving their relationship an element of fate. Eli and Abilene’s passionate attraction is instant and overwhelming. Getting their emotions to agree with their bodies makes for some interesting twists and turns. Be sure to check out this new twist on the immortality theme!"
-Irene Preston, author of Infamous
Of the Knowledge of Good and Evil
"...Micah Persell builds on the world she created in Of Eternal Life by presenting the story of the villain in the first book, Dahlia, and star-crosses her with a wonderfully damaged hero, Jericho. ...Even with its paranormal twist, this is essentially a tried and true story of a woman fighting, against all odds, to learn how to depend on herself and how to make certain her past will not be repeated. This reader spent a couple long nights racing to the end of the book, simply because when a woman is backed into this kind of a corner, you don’t want to leave her alone."
-Becky Lower, author of The Reluctant Debutant and The Abolitionist's Secret
"Another hit for author Micah Persell! I loved this sequel as much as the first. Maybe even more. Jericho and Dahlia are complex, fascinating characters, both with dark pasts and secrets. Their romance is both sweet and hot, but it doesn't come easily. I wondered how on earth Dahlia could be redeemed, but I ended up with a lot of respect for her character. ...I love the paranormal world in this series - there's nothing else like it. You'll love Persell's rich, vivid writing style. ...Escape into a world of adventure and romance - don't miss Of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. I couldn't put it down."
-Moriah Densley, author of Song for Sophia and The Valkyrie's Guardian