"Her writing was so descriptive that I could close my eyes and right away I was there in the story right next to Eve. Pratt had me hooked from the beginning...I did not want it to end...I can't wait until the next two books come out. I'll be looking out for them."
"Inventive and lush with a captivating storyline ripe with biblical archeology and metaphysical layers that carries you straight to end and has you waiting for the next tale."
D.M. Pratt's "Age of Eve," introduces us to an ancient supernatural being. Look out, vampires--here come the Nephilim! Pratt's strongest attribute is her incredible use of detail, whether it's the description of the mansion that plays a central role in the story, or even one of the several romantic scenes. If Pratt stopped at "Age of Eve," the reader could be completely satisfied. Fortunately, Pratt has left the door open for readers to be seduced by the next installment. Age of Eve is at its heart a solid mystery.
This story had so many twists and turns it kept me on the edge of insanity and sanity throughout. The plot is a race against time to save man from the evils battling for him and HER power. There is lots of death in this book and violence, along with THE MOST DETAILED SEX SCENES I HAVE EVER READ. I have to say that the sex scenes REALLY WORKED. It was so exciting and refreshing to see D.M. Pratt take this amazing story of love, magic and mystery and add a sly dark side to it. I GIVE THIS BOOK A 5/5 STAR! IT'S A MUST READ AND A BOOK YOU SHOULD ALL HAVE ON YOUR SHELEVES.
“Oh my gosh. What the actual hell was this.? And I mean this in a good way. I’m sitting here completely shocked and amazed at just how much I grew to enjoy this story, the plot twists, the history, the everything. I can’t wait for the next book since the ending was absolutely crazy! The writing style reminded me of The Night Circus. Really beautifully descriptive . . . stick with it to the end. It would just absolutely blow your mind. I’m itching for book 2, and when it’s complete I’d want to buy it for my bookshelf.”