Bestselling Author of Thrilling, Dark Books for Teens & Adults. Series Reading Order: Otherkin. This is the reading order for the Otherkin series by Eve Silver: Sins of the Heart; *Sin’s Daughter ยท Sins of the. The Otherkin book series by Eve Silver includes books Sins of the Heart, Sins of the Soul, Sins of the Flesh, and several more. See the complete Otherkin series.

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The unanswered questions from the first version remain.

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I am so glad I did! This book is amazing, I didn’t expect to love it as much as I did. It doesn’t end on a cliffhanger but it does leave you wanting more.

Dagan is the brother featured in this story. So far it’s a story line that’s kept me engaged so here’s hoping that continues. The push and pull between them is captivating, and seeing them reconcile their conflicting loyalties makes for entertaining reading.

But more than that, this book was just wonderfully executed. Roxy is now a powerful warrior for the goddess Aset, and Roxy’s patron and Dagan’s father, Sutekh, are enemies. There is no resolution in the book and the plot continues to the rest to the series, I believe.

A butt kickin couple rocks!

Both of them are after information about one of his brothers deaths. Not to mention, I really want to find out about the kid, and Lokan! And why do I not have that book on my Kindle already, you might ask? Giles, a dangerous place made all the more frightening by the fact that someone lurks in the shadows, watching Sarah, stalking her like a beast of prey.


She creates a detailed fantasy world and populates it with great characters. For reasons each their own, they all love and hate their father. Not only was it fast in pace, full of suspense, and I was left constantly wondering who the heck was the traitor who had caused all this mess, the main couple was HOT!

Roxy Tam, at the time only nineteen “and a half”assumes he’s here to kill her.

They’re both excellent characters. It feels slow at first and there are several different things going on in different places but once everything starts to come together, the book really takes off and is hard to put down. But honestly, we got it the first 10 times. There’s death and murder and family drama. I really liked this book. At least to me.

A man of many names, Sutekh is a God of the Underworld, a realm divided neatly into thousands of territories each with its own master jockeying for power. Sutekh was a character that was so cold, I could feel goosebumps while I was reading.

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While it doesn’t end on a cliffhanger oyherkin, it does end mid story arc. But, just as the men are closing in on her a man destroys them – and reaps their souls – and that man is her dead lover, Kai. A few told me they had been on the fence about buying an e-reader. She was scared of Dagan with good evve but she wanted to trust him otuerkin the while telling herself she couldn’t. Out of all the brothers, Dagan seemed the most detached. This continued throughout the book, but fortunately reading J.


It’s quite the ride. Sins silber the Soul Roxy Tam is this badass powerhouse who is just trying to find her place in the world and a family to call her own after living most of her childhood and all of her adult life alone.

So when I learned that Ms. I didn’t like the beginning and didn’t get into the story until midway thru it when I had to find out who the traitor was!

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Warned her noting more he can do. Anyways the book is primarily This was an interesting book. And while knowing that his change in allegiance from Sutekh to Roxy will surely spell his doom, Daegan will do anything to keep her heart shielded within silcer protective strength of his arms forever. Weird and dark and kinda scary, but still interesting. For some reason this book also reminded me of though they aren’t exactly alike at all.