This series just keeps getting better and better. Wilks’s storytelling is also getting better, and it started out excellent.
This entry in the series has us back with Rule and Lily – and boy am I happy about that. I love those two characters. The plot is classic urban fantasy and is told with excellent tension and just the right touch of sex and drama.
It’s not that I’ve disliked the separate storylines with the other characters. Those are fun to read and have served to keep the world fresh. But Rule and Lily are just so bloody appealing. I’d love to know these people, have them over for dinner, and just get to know them. They’re that cool and approachable.
In this entry into the world of the Lupi, Rule and Lily are confronted with an enemy that looks like anything BUT an enemy. Wolf senses can’t even detect him/her. This creates some very tense moments while they try to figure out how to find the enemy and then how to get rid of them.
Add to this even more complications from both families surrounding their upcoming wedding. The whole thing is just chock full of potential problems and misunderstandings. All the while, Rule and Lily have to work on keeping from taking it out on each other.
I highly recommend this for anyone following the series. If you’re new to the series, this may not be the best book to start with. If you love urban fantasy and romance, you definitely want to read this series. Wilks’s writing is taut, entertaining, and interesting enough to please even the most demanding reader.
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As they plan their wedding, Lily Yu and Rule Turner, a prince of the lupi, are facing a great deal of tension from both their families. Not everyone can accept their mixed marriage: she’s Chinese; he’s a werewolf. Even Lily’s grandmother is acting strangely distant, though Lily and Rule are about to discover that her behavior has nothing to do with their upcoming nuptials.
A powerful, undying nemesis has come to San Diego to exact vengeance on Lily’s family – and turn the city into a feeding ground. It’s up to Lily and Rule to stop her, in spite of ancient treaties and an inheritance passed down through the blood. Otherwise San Diego could go up in flames, and they won’t live to make it to the altar…
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