Torn (Blood Lily Chronicles Series #2)

Torn (Blood Lily Chronicles Series #2)

by Julie Kenner
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Torn (Blood Lily Chronicles Series #2) by Julie Kenner

Lily is in trouble of the deepest kind. Having been tricked by the forces of evil, she killed what she thought were "demons" at will. Now, she knows better, and with a little help from half-angel, half-demon Deacon Camphire, she must try to take down the bad guys from within as a double agent.

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ISBN-13: 9780441017973
Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
Publication date: 11/24/2009
Series: Blood Lily Chronicles Series , #2
Edition description: Original
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

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Torn (Blood Lily Chronicles Series #2) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
kitkat3ny More than 1 year ago
[SPOILERS INCLUDED] I strongly suggest you read the previous book Tainted before reading this book. This installment picks up immediately where Tainted leaves off. Lily rescues her sister but was too late to protect her from being possessed by her demon rapist, Lucas Johnson. Lily is up to her neck in trouble when Lucas blackmails her to vacate her sister's body. Lily together with Deacon Camphire fight tooth and nail to close the hell gates. Knowing that she's been double crossed and out-played puts Lily on the war path! This book was dark and dangerous with interesting demonic creatures, has a plethora of thrilling twists and turns and plenty of action. This was an exciting read and I can't wait to see how this trilogy concludes. I recommend this book and series to fellow dark urban fantasy readers and look forward to the next book Turned due out 12/29/09.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
When monstrous Lucas Johnson viciously attacks her sister Rose, Lily Carlyle sought vengeance but died instead only to have an angel give her a second chance at righting all the wrongs she committed (see Tainted). After being used as an assassin by those she thought she should kill, she went undercover as a double agent destroying demons from within. However, as she did when she was human, she attacks without thought of consequences. Lily soon learns she has been tricked by the enemy whim she was brought back from the dead to prevent them from bringing hell to earth. She has killed her potential allies, which is part of the reasons the ninth gate from hell is open. The demon horde prepares to invade with her only ally to prevent their success being half-angel, half-demon Deacon Camphire, who may be a double agent working for the adversaries just like Lily currently is as she marches with the demons. The middle tale of the Blood Lily Chronicles is fast-paced and loaded with action from the opening of the final war between Heaven and Hell until the climax with Lily caught on the wrong team. Readers of Tainted will comprehend how far Lily has come but also how far she has to go if she is to complete her mission (see Turned). Filled with action and personal traumatic choices (eternity in hell for fighting her heavenly cause), readers will appreciate Lily's violent war on demons with some sexual twists to enhance the strong tale that sets up the End of Days finish. Harriet Klausner