Mortal Danger (Lupi Series #2)

Mortal Danger (Lupi Series #2)

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by Eileen Wilks
     
 

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Former cop Lily Yu has her sister's wedding to attend, a missing magical staff to find, and now must deal with her grandmother's decision to return to the old country. Lily could turn to the man she's involved with for advice, but for all the passion that flares between them, she doesn't really know Rule Turner--she's just bound to him for life. Rule happens to be a…  See more details below

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Former cop Lily Yu has her sister's wedding to attend, a missing magical staff to find, and now must deal with her grandmother's decision to return to the old country. Lily could turn to the man she's involved with for advice, but for all the passion that flares between them, she doesn't really know Rule Turner--she's just bound to him for life. Rule happens to be a werewolf, and Lily wonders just how far she can trust him.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440624513
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
11/01/2005
Series:
Lupi Series , #2
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
400
Sales rank:
43,123
File size:
433 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Eileen Wilks is a national bestselling author and a three-time RITA Award finalist, and has been nominated for a Career Achievement Award by Romantic Times.

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Mortal Danger (Lupi Series #2) 4.1 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 104 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this book it now a permanent part of my collection I have been working on adding some new authors to my collection since I read Patricia Briggs and the Mercy Novels
PhyllisJ More than 1 year ago
Mortal Danger is the second book in the series and you really need to read Tempting Danger first in order to know what is going on in this book. Lily Yu is now working for the FBI Magical Crimes Division and is on a job to hunt down Harlowe, a cult leader bent on bringing an ancient evil into the world. Lily is mate-bound with Rule Turner - Werewolf Prince of his Clan and he shadows her everywhere to protect her. Also involved in this story is Cullen a sorcerer/werewolf and Cynna, a FBI agent that was involved with Rule 20 years ago.

While Lily is hunting Harlowe, he has set a trap for her, he has gone to Hell and returned with a demon, his plan is for the demon (Gan) to drink from Lily's blood and then possess her.

Lily and Harlowe come face to face and Lily's world as she knows it ends, she wakes up in a new reality and she doesn't seem to have her memory, but she is with Rule in Wolf form and the demon Gan. She knows she can trust Rule, but why is Gan protecting her?
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InvestedIvana More than 1 year ago
What I Liked: Lily and Rule continue to build a real relationship around the forced mate bond. They argue and make up and learn to appreciate each other. So while the reasons for the relationship are forced, they are creating something real. One of the scenes I enjoyed the most came at the beginning of the book. Lily and Rule are at a reception for Lily’s sister’s wedding. From Lily’s point of view, we get to see more of her relationship with her family, including a domineering cousin and Lily’s younger sister, Beth. From Rule’s point of view, we learn how he feels about his public persona. Rule is getting groped by an older auntie of Lily’s, and though Rule is patient and kind with the old woman, he does think about how often he’s objectified because of his semi-royal, playboy reputation. It’s hard to feel too sorry for Rule, being gorgeous and famous; but, it’s not often we get to hear the perspective of a man who’s being objectified, so it is refreshing. I like the “relationship” between Cynna and Cullen, too. They are spiky with each other, two dominate personalities circling each other, taking each other’s measure. Finally, we get to learn more about the werewolf culture and spiritual practices, which I find very interesting. What I didn’t like: I didn’t care for the portrayal of Hel and demons – particularly because of all the sexual references that I didn’t feel were necessary. It felt as if the author was trying to titillate a fifteen year-old boy with the overt sexual descriptions. I also wasn’t too fond if the splitting of Lily – one in our world and one in Hel – and the solution to bringing her back together. That felt fairly contrived to me. Overall: I felt this book was more Urban Fantasy than the last one, focusing more on the adventure than on the building of the relationships. I can’t say I loved it, but I’m going to stick with the series for a few more books, at least, believing there more good stuff to come. Purchased. Review courtesy of onebooktwo.com | one book, two reviews.
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