The children of the supernatural beings who had married these women became famous heroes and warriors. They were called Nephilim and lived on the earth at that time and even later.
Genesis 6:4 – Contemporary English Version
April 8, 2015 (San Diego’s East County) – This gripping and riveting work of fiction by renowned author D.M. Pratt, The Tempting: Seducing The Nephilim, has the tone and theme of this well-written book set in the dedication of the book, as the author states: “And to all the women who have been taught to want the happily-ever-after dream, but courageous enough to face reality and still be willing to fight for true love”, and in the very first paragraph in the first chapter, when she states; “That dance led to the greatest seduction she had ever experienced in her life and ended with an orgasm so intense she was told she arched back and hit her head hard enough to give herself a concussion – which left her unconscious and in coma for over a year.” Pratt actually admits jokingly and with a smile, in a YouTube video: “There is a lot of sex in this story, I guess I have to get myself a boyfriend!”
Due to this statement about “the greatest seduction leading to an orgasm and coma”, which I personally found somewhat comical, I felt compelled to inquire of Pratt in a telephone conversation and interview if any of that was part of her psyche or mental fabric separate from the story? Pratt indicated to me that we of course include some of our personal thoughts and makeup in the telling of our stories. When I indicated to her that because of this “happily-ever-after dream” and “greatest seduction”, I thought The Temptingwould resonate more with women than with men, she countered by stating that she thought it would resonate with men also. Only time will tell. This had me thinking of John Gray’s bestselling book Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus.
Pratt shares with the reader graphic sexual details and experiences throughout the book, as well as random acts of violence, in the midst of the serene countryside of the iconic city of New Orleans, which is known for its Voodoo. Perhaps this contributes to the book and the story being a page turner. One can’t wait to read what next will happen, and the resulting fate of some of the principle characters.