Deadly Rising: A Booke of the Hidden Novel

Deadly Rising: A Booke of the Hidden Novel

by Jeri Westerson

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ISBN-13: 9781635764598
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
Publication date: 10/23/2018
Series: Booke of the Hidden , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 105,637
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Los Angeles native and award-winning author Jeri Westerson writes the critically acclaimed Crispin Guest Medieval Mysteries, historical novels, paranormal novels, and LGBT mysteries. To date, her medieval mysteries have garnered twelve industry award nominations, from the Agatha to the Shamus. Kirkus Review said of her latest Crispin Guest Medieval Mystery A MAIDEN WEEPING, “Once again Guest’s past misdeeds actually help him in the present in a case that includes plenty of red herrings and an interesting look at medieval jurisprudence.” Jeri is former president of the SoCal chapter of Mystery Writers of America and frequently guest lectures on medieval history at local colleges and museums. She lives in southern California with her home-brewing husband, a complacent tortoise, and 40,000 bees.

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Deadly Rising: Booke of the Hidden - Book Two 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
PenKay 10 months ago
This book took up almost immediately where the last book ended. Kylie is still dealing with the fallout of the last creature she had to take care of, worrying about that comes next, and a blast from her past shows up. Just what she needs to add to her growing list of problems. I found this second addition to the series to probably be better overall than the first one. I only had a couple teeny, tiny problems. The first one was the romance: I still don’t see much chemistry between her and Ed. TBH, I still prefer Erasmus and (maybe I shouldn’t) and that could be a large part of the reason I have an issue with Ed. LOL! (And I was worried we were going to throw a third one into the mix.) The second one was more of a preference for me and I can’t say too much or I’ll spoil something, but I will say that when there is too much focus on something, I suspect that isn’t what’s going on. HA! How’s that for being obscure?!? All that aside, I am really looking forward to what happens next, especially with all the great things that happened in this one! 4 ½ stars and I highly recommend this book and the series! I was provided the e-book which I voluntarily reviewed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a really good paranormal it is the next in the series. I wish I had read the other book first. I enjoyed the banter and the sarcasm all in all its a great read.
Sunshine1006 More than 1 year ago
I read this second book before I read the first. I loved it so much that I bought the first book before I had even finished this one. Kylie lives in Moody Bog, Maine where she owns a tea and herb shop. She has the Booke that is passed down to the women of her family. There are things that must be done to keep the Booke happy and only Kylie can do that. There s a very sexy demon attached to this book, Erasmus. He and Kylie are very attracted to each other, but he has a secret that could hurt her. Then there's Ed, the handsome sheriff and Jeff, the ex boyfriend. She will have to make a choice if she lives long enough. Evading the creatures that are after her with the help of her Coven is becoming a full time job, but she does have Erasmus and some cool weapons. The sheriff's brother and his group are a whole other story, Why can't they be like other motorcycle gangs? How can she she get rid of the book and live a normal life? I loved the characters and the storyline. One of the best fantasy/ paranormal books I have read this year. I recommend that you read the first one in the series before this one. It will be easier to follow the events and to know how it all started.