Altar of Anubis by Ann Vremont

Altar of Anubis by Ann Vremont
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short
Other: M/F, M/F/M, M/F/F, F/F, Ménage
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Agapanthus

Interrupting a burglary, antiquities expert Rene Walker discovers sometimes you have to die to find true love. But a gorgeous male pledging his eternal devotion isn’t all that awaits her on the other side. To enjoy eternity, Rene will have to thwart an ancient enemy who has waited millennia to destroy her and come to terms with an inflexible custom of free love in an immortal society where men outnumber the women ten to one.

It goes to show that death can be just the beginning.

Altar of Anubis is an interesting story in that it contains a number of elements that kind of make it hard to classify. Eternal love, crossing to different planes of existence after death, and an internal struggle with the puritanistic view toward sex that much of our society holds are all present in this short story from Ann Vremont.

A good read with an amazing mix of character development and passion this story has the feel of a novel within the body of a short story. It is always a pleasure to read stories that though they are short they are not overly wordy and still tell the story and get an emotional response from the reader. I will definitely add Ann Vremont to my personal list of authors to watch for.

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