July 9, 2021

The First Sin

 


The First Sin: South of Eden
by Lisa Beth Darling
Genre: Contemporary Fiction


Lucifer Returns to Eden

Lucifer is unceremoniously yanked out of Hell by his Father so he can return to his old job in the Garden of Eden. When he arrives, broken, battered, and bleeding, he falls into the arms of Eve who is unsure about seeing her old lover again as are the people now living in a dying paradise.
Tasked with returning the Sacred Trees of Life and Knowledge to flourishing bounty once more, Lucifer struggles to learn his new place in his old home. Yet, he hasn't been placed there solely to tend the Garden. His son, Cain, is on the way with murder and destruction on his mind.

Having lived, cursed by God, for eons, Cain Enoch has made quite a name for himself and amassed a fortune that would make even his Grandfather envious and with it he'll stop at nothing to find Eden and destroy. Why? So he can finally die even though it means taking the Earth, Heaven, and Hell with him.




As of this writing, I am 54 years-old, the mother of two adult daughters, grandmother to one, and wife to my husband, Roy, for the last 34 years. I live and write in my hometown of New London, CT.
I began my writing career in the 4th grade when the class was given its first-ever Creative Writing assignment. I put pencil to paper and was instantly transported to a place I knew that I would never want to leave. I have been publishing my works since 7th grade.
My early influences were Stephen King, Mary Higgins Clark, Harold Robins, Jacqueline Susan and VC Andrews. As such, my works tend to be a grand mash-up of drama, horror, suspense, action, intrigue, and, of course, intimate relations.
In my spare time I enjoy gardening and photography as well as cooking and baking. I also enjoy helping other authors bring their works to the world stage.






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7 comments:

  1. Interesting storyline on the Garden of Eden. I haven't ever read a story quite this one sounds. Thanks for the chance.

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  2. The sacred tree pictured on the cover is beautiful.

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  3. Thank you for hosting me! If anyone has any questions please just ask.

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  4. I'm a big fan of Lisa Beth Darling. I love her "Sister Christian" book series.

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  5. The title really does lend itself perfectly to the story.

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  6. This would be a Good book for summer reading. Love the cover.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  7. I like the tree on the cover. It seems special.

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