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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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 werewo.
Rule happens to be a werewolf, and Lily wonders just how far she can trust him. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….
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Lists with This Book. Jan 17, Choko rated it really liked it Shelves: Dragons and Demons, what more can you want??? I enjoyed the heck out of it and thought it was a very entertaining way to spend a day with a book.
A very easy going read, it kind flew by. Not only did we get the expected wolf shapeshifters, wizards and magic sensitive, but we got to meet a funny and cranky undergrown demon and got up close and personal with a DRAGON!!!!!
We don’t know if he is a good guy or a villain, but just his presence makes the world better! This is the second book in the series and I thought it was a solid, fast paced entry in this Urban Fantasy police procedural.
Wilkz Yu is a hard ass Fed who is mate-bonded to mortla Lupi, or a werewolf as most of us know them. They are new to the bond thing and Lily is feeling a bit crowded. Rule, her mate, finds her desire to be more independent disturbing and wonders how to make her more comfortable with all the strings that come with the arrangement.
On top of that, there is a crazy vengeful otherworldly goddess who is trying to take over Lily and destroy all she loves.
Good times, good times So, having enjoyed the eilen couple of books, I am happy to continue with the series for sure! I wish you all Happy Reading and many wonderful books to come!
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View all 23 comments. Apr 15, carol. I’m going to shamelessly borrow a technique from my friend and buddy-reader, Mimi, and shorthand this as: There was much that I didn’t remember, but I did recall the journey to another realm and dragons. Interestingly, the part about dragons that I thought I remembered I’m going to shamelessly borrow a technique from my friend and buddy-reader, Mimi, and shorthand this as: Interestingly, the part about dragons that I thought I remembered, however, wasn’t here and is probably in the next book.
My memory for these things is so non-specific. At any rate, Mortal Danger is fast paced, having relied on the initial book, Tempting Danger, for most of the political world-building. Never fear, however–there’s more to learn for all of us, including the main characters.
It opens with Lily at her sister’s infamous wedding, where Lily is discovered unconscious in the bathroom, likely as the result of some kind of demon contact. This is also when Lily realizes Rule is much older than her, the lupi having longer lifespans. Relationship drama is a touch-and-go plot device for me, heavy on the ‘go,’ so it’s almost a relief when the team confronts the staff and staff-holder and Rule disappears. It gets a little odd at that point, and safe to say that it’s definitely not your average paranormal.
In fact, this one barely qualifies as ‘paranormal’ in my book, primarily only because the relationship between Lily and Rule is quite central to the plot s. I did enjoy the dragons, but I felt Wilks was a bit weak in her plotting of external events happening over in Dis. Specifically general spoilersview spoiler [ the demon-dragon politics and the intention of the dragons are with the little refuge group, especially when it seems there is dissension in the dragon ranks.
That’s what I hope, at least. In fact, I’d say there were moments that shone. If you still enjoy reading urban fantasy with an ‘out’ supernatural approach and paranormal elements, you could do far worse than this series. Yes, the next one is on the way from the library. Three-and-a-half stars, rounding down to create some kind of obvious difference between the four-star book that preceded this Tempting Danger and the one that followed Blood Lines. Thanks to Mimi for the kick-in-the-pants buddy read.
My vague memories might have won out otherwise: View all 14 comments. Nov 29, Jilly rated it really liked it Shelves: This world is building,baby! In this book, we get to see a whole lot of hell.
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And, let me just state for the record – I don’t want to go to this version of hell either. So far, I haven’t found a version of hell that I want to go to, so I guess I had better clean up my act at some point.
Half-Lily and Rule spend a bunch of time trying to get out of hell. And, I don’t blame them. Hell is pretty gross. I hate gross things! Plus, the whole damnation thing Well, that This world is building,baby! Well, that doesn’t seem so bad They are also trying to figure out their relationship. Some guys would actually prefer going to hell over having “the relationship talk”, but Rule is a pretty awesome guy.
They understand hierarchy and the need to cooperate. They come when you call them. A cat though – a cat will take your number and get back to you. If he’s in a good mood. Just another entry in my book of ” reasons dogs are better than cats.
So, to wrap up this extremely “on point” review: None of this has anything to do with the book, but that’s what I danver like writing about. The book is cool. You might want to read this series if you actually want to know what’s going on.
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Dec 27, Denisa rated it really liked it Shelves: I did not expect that! It was a 3-star book for a long time, but then it happened!
It was so exciting and interesting and different! It’s worth reading just for that part, just for the view spoiler wioks trip to hell and the me-as-two-people hide spoiler ]. View all 11 comments. Nov 30, edge of bubble rated it really liked it Shelves: These people are way too sophisticated for me.
I see a woman my man diddled in the past coming around for more, I see a woman who is about to lose her face and my man getting the treatment of the highest order of bitchiness. While I would have been foaming at the mouth, Lily is the personification of cool when she meet Cynthia ,diddled one.
I like Cynthia, I really do. But it took me going trough this book and the next for the true like part. Lily gets over her disl These people are way too sophisticated for me. Lily gets over her dislike quite suddenly. Maybe I am the weird one, eh? Anyways we have a nice plot going on here. I think whatever I say would be spoilers at this point. It was fast paced and very enjoyable read.