Lily Carlyle as Alice Perdue discovers things are not as
they seem. For one Clarence is not a good guy and Deacon
Camphire isn't as bad as they say he is so now who can Lily
trust? All she knows is she must try to protect her sister
Rose in any way she knows how whether it be hook or crook.
Now Lily/Alice has to try to become a double agent between
the good guys and the bad guys. Trouble is nobody seems to
need her any more either good or bad. She has to figure out
her own agenda that will suit her but will she be able to
do that? She knows she's just tired of killing innocent
people. Yes, she wasn't a saint in life but she isn't going
to be a devil in death! She just needs to figure out what
she has to do to save the world as she knows it all the
while saving those she loved.
She does know the more demons she kills the stronger she
becomes when she acquires their essence but at what cost to
her? What if she can't control her rage? Hopefully Deacon
will be there to help her if she needs it even though she
can't quite fully trust him as of yet.
The second book in the Blood Lily Chronicles is as
intriguing as the first one was. I couldn't read it fast
enough. I am looking forward to the third book in the
series to see how Julie Kenner resolves all of the loose
ends from the first two books.
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