Mortal Danger by Eileen Wilks is the 4th novel in the World of the Lupi series. It was released on November 1, It was nominated for the Romantic. Read “Mortal Danger” by Eileen Wilks with Rakuten Kobo. Former cop Lily Yu has her sister’s wedding to attend, a missing magical staff to find. Buy a cheap copy of Mortal Danger book by Eileen Wilks. Former cop Lily Yu has her sister’s wedding to attend, a missing magical staff to find, and now must.
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I started reading this one right after I read and reviewed Tempting Danger. Nov 29, Jilly rated it really liked it Shelves: There’s a lot of depth and a sense of history in this series that totally appeals, so it balances everything out nicely.
The only minor complaint I have is that the plot was sort of split between worlds and the more urban parts were dealt with disappointingly quickly. We don’t know if he is a good guy or a villain, but just his presence makes the world better! The best parts of the book for me centered on Lily and Rule, how they are working to make their relationship work, and what Lily is learning about being a member of the pack.
Rule and Lily are still trying to figure out the mate bond, as well as find Harlowe and the staff. Some definite lines were crossed here even though they weren’t concentrated on that much. Mar 21, Netanella rated it really liked it Shelves: Hell is pretty gross. View all 15 comments.
I was partially correct because the second book had more action than the first one. Aug 15, Amanda Croley rated it really liked it.
I found this a very exciting sequel to Tempting Danger. Profile taken from the author’s site with her permission. Cynna not so much even though she seems to be a permanent addition to the cast.
I’m not entirely sure where the series is going yet in its overall arc, but I’m enjoying the hell out of getting there.
May 31, Emily rated it really liked it Shelves: Before I get into anything else, I just have to comment on Mortal Danger’s cover because I’m really not a fan of it – all blue background with a fuzzy picture of a scowling guy.
In eileeen first book, Tempting Dangeras well as in this one, Lily has reacted in a wholly believable and intelligent way to her relationship with Rule. I think whatever I say would be spoilers at this point.
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Well, that doesn’t seem so bad Cynna not so much even though she seems to be a permanent addition to the I morrtal there wasn’t much left to write about in the second novel. We follow Lily and her people as they try to figure out who attacked her and why, while we get cutaways of Harlowe and his new demon sidekick, Gan.
The series is amazing, and the slow reveal of the world-building seems to mimic the slow romance of the mating of Lily and Rule. Very little sex in this book, but something even better — a closer relationship forms, with 3. They’re a very secretive bunch, as a result of their persecution in the past, and I keep reading because I want to know more about them. Dec 13, Mei rated it it was amazing Shelves: In this case, you really eilern judge the book by its cover.
The other half left on Earth trying to convince fanger that Rule wasn’t dead and gathering help for a rescue party.
This series has not quite found its legs yet. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Or the note left one one: Why did all that need to happen offscreen? Lily really has endeared herself to me.
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 Eilen just bound to him for life. The title should be at least 4 characters long.
Mortal Danger (World of the Lupi, #2) by Eileen Wilks
I like Rule and Lily but I don’t know Which makes it sound as if I didn’t like it. The first book was only nortal interesting enough for me to want to get the next danget.
In this book, we get to see a whole lot of hell. Next in the series comes Brownieswhich is a deleted scene that was initially part of the prologue of the next book, Blood Lines.
I didn’t really get Lily splitting into two different entities. But the biggest flaw, to me, was that the biggest events in the book were never explained.