"On second thought, don't tell me. Just explain what I'm being punished for."Say what? Eve was just being...Eve (an 18-year-old Eve I might add)....and supposedly just being Eve tempts Cain and yet...Eve is the one that gets punished? Because Cain was tempted? I can't speak or type I'm so mad. I'm all but frothing at the mouth. What kind of reason is that? Not a fair one by any stretch of the imagination IMO!
"For tempting me."
So, to those of you who have read Eve of Darkness (and/or the sequels), I would be very grateful if you could possibly reassure me that this 'reason' will make sense further on, because I'm honestly not sure if I want to continue reading. Because what I really want to do is rant at (no, not the author) the person within the story who 'wrote' the rules in the first place and explain things. Succinctly.
Updated to add: Oh, and in the Caine versus Abel decision....Abel *grin*