Thursday, September 21, 2017

The White Lily by Juliette Cross (Vampire Blood #3)

The White Lily


Written by: Juliette Cross
Series: Vampire Blood
Sequence in Series: 3
Paperback: 300 pages
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Publication Date: March 20, 2017
ISBN-10: 1682814564
ISBN-13: 978-1682814567
Genre: Paranormal Romance
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To the north of the Varis empire, a mysterious faction spreads propaganda against the vampire monarchy. Friedrich Volya, the Duke of Winter Hill, seeks to discover who they are before his uncle finds them first. King Dominik will punish the traitors with brutal force.

Local schoolteacher, the raven-haired Brennalyn, is on her own mission—to spy on the duke and discover what she can for the Black Lily. She longs to help the commonwealth and bring justice to the many orphans left behind from the ravages of the blood madness, like the children she lovingly keeps in her care. What she doesn’t plan for is the heart-pounding attraction she feels for the duke, enemy to the Black Lily.

But when Brennalyn’s secret puts her life and the life of her children in danger, Friedrich steps in as her protector, she finds out there’s more to the duke than she thought.
The White Lily (Vampire Blood #3)The White Lily by Juliette Cross

Once again, Juliette Cross manages to ignite the reader's imagination and immerse us in a world with a corrupt vampire monarchy rules the humans with an iron fist and their only hope is the human rebels and the vampires that find themselves in love with them.

This is the story of Friedrich, vampire royal, and the Brennalyn, the local school teacher. Brennalyn has been quietly fighting the monarchy with words, printed publications until Varis takes notice.

I have devoured each and every book I’ve read by Juliette Cross and White Lily is no exception. I especially loved how Brennalyn took in all the orphan’s caused by the monarchy’s murdering rampages and the dynamic between her children and Varis.

I would love more on the Wolves' side of the story.

I received this copy of The White Lily from Juliette Cross. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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