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BLOOD LINES
by Eileen Wilks

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: MILD

2007 Paranormal Action-Adventure Romance Nominee

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Those in search of paranormal tales that are rich and multifaceted will get exactly what they're looking for in the brilliant Wilks' exceptional supernatural stories. The third chapter in the saga of Lily Yu and Rule Turner adds more layers of complexity to a reality that is already undergoing tremendous change. How humans and "gifted" humans react to these magical changes will undoubtedly be the basis for amazing future adventures.

It's been mere months since FBI agent and "sensitive" Lily Yu met her chosen mate, Rule Turner, the prince of the Nokolai clan. Already these two have crammed a lot of adventures into a short span of time, and they're not going to get any rest. Magic
is leaking through various nodes around the world, and demons are breaking through. Or are they being controlled by someone?

Rule and a number of other werewolf heirs are the victims of an orchestrated attack, and some are killed. Finding out who or what is controlling these events becomes the priority of a joint task force that includes the FBI, Cullen the werewolf sorcerer, Cynna the gifted finder and Lily's powerful and arrogant grandmother. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Jan., 352 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Published: January 2007

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