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As someone who reads a lot of paranormal romance and urban fantasy, I’ve come across many a tormented male lead; books dealing with themes of redemption, love, brotherhood and suffering, so I feel pretty confident in my choices.
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Similarities: Heroes (and heroines) with their demon halves, giving them a wildness and intensity to the Lords of the Underworld, as well as instincts they struggle to ignore. Our valiant horsemen of the apocalypse also have their curses to live with, on top of horrible prophecies of, well, the apocalypse.
Differences: These stories are not linked to Greek mythology in any way, and are more in line with the Christian beliefs of angels and demons, heaven and hell, good and evil, etc., although with the author’s own slant on these.
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Similarities: A brotherhood of warriors with hidden and not-so-hidden wounds and suffering. A merciless band of hunters determined to destroy them all. Differences: Rather than demons and Greek mythology, we have vampires with their own culture and religion.
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Similarities: Our hero is cursed, he’s tormented and suffering and he’s very much an alpha male. He also has Lykae instincts, making him aggressive, protective and possessive.
The rest of the series also shares similarities, as we have each new novel and couple adding to the whole and a big battle on the way.
Differences: Demons are just another species and not one that’s necessarily evil. There is also no attached mythology.
Similarities: A brotherhood of warriors with the fate of the world in their hands. They are immortals and used to having their own way. Many wish to be left alone. Their world also includes demons, as well as vampires, werewolves, witches and more.
Differences: While the warriors are the children of different goddesses, the books do not align with a specific faith of mythology. The heroes are also not tormented with a curse or demon halves, although they have seen plenty of death and suffering.
Similarities: The hero is another male that knows about hell and demons, and has seen a lot of death, war and suffering in his life. There are angels and demons, gods and goddesses and a big evil plot with end of the world style consequences.
Differences: This series follows just one unique couple, rather than each book being told through different couples’ perspectives.
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