ARC Reviews

27/03/2017

The Black Lily (Tales Of The Black Lily #1) by Juliette Cross. Paranormal Romance Release & ARC Review.


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 Cinderella like you’ve never seen before…

With the threat of the vampire monarchy becoming stronger every day, the Black Lily must take drastic measures. As the leader of the underground resistance, Arabelle concocts the perfect idea to gain the attention of the Glass Tower. Her plan? Attend the vampire prince’s blood ball and kill him. Fortunately for Prince Marius, her assassination goes awry, and Arabelle flees, leaving behind only her dagger.

Marius is desperate to find the woman whose kiss turned into attempted murder, hunting for the mysterious assassin he can’t push out of his mind. But what he uncovers could change the course of his life forever…

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Arabella is a peasant washerwoman who is going to assassinate a member of the Vampire royal family.  The law says that vampires are not to kill when they feed but many people have been killed or gone missing.  It's time for the people to rebel. 
Prince Marius is the youngest of the royal family and he doesn't mingle much with the lower classes.  He is also dissatisfied with the ways of the vampire aristocracy.
A blood thirsty rebellion,  a very brave heroine and an unlikely romance make this a marvellously entertaining book. The secondary characters are going to be interesting to follow into their own stories.  It is the start of a series that I definitely want to read more of. 

 AMAZON.US



KOBO



JULIETTE is a multi-published author of paranormal and fantasy romance. She calls lush, moss-laden Louisiana home where she lives with her husband, four kids, and black lab named Kona. From the moment she read JANE EYRE as a teenager, she fell in love with the Gothic romance--brooding characters, mysterious settings, persevering heroines, and dark, sexy heroes. Even then, she not only longed to read more books set in Gothic worlds, she wanted to create her own. 


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