Monday, 15 July 2013

QUICK REVIEW: Allegiance by K.A. Tucker

Allegiance by K.A. Tucker

(Casual Enchantment #3)


Evangeline finally got what she longed for – the cursed pendant off her neck and Caden in her arms - only it has come at a steep price. An unknown poison now courses through her body, slowly morphing her into something no one but the Fates can foresee. She has her suspicions though...and, if she is right, it will spell certain ruin for her and Caden. She won’t last long enough to realize that though, if Viggo and Mortimer uncover the treasonous secrets she keeps from them– that Veronique is now free of her entombment and in the torturous clutches of the Witches and the Sentinel or that she is protecting a Sentinel within their very midst.

Always the naive human caught in the midst of the vampires’ web of deceit, Evangeline is now weaving her own dangerous web in order to keep her friend alive, rescue Veronique, and stop a seemingly inevitable war from starting. But can her honourable nature handle the depths of duplicity for which she must go to be in league with the Vampires?

Dark and gripping, full of angst-riddled scenes, Allegiance will have readers anxiously turning pages to find out if Evangeline can survive this spiralling disaster.

  * 5 STARS * Review:

Oh man, the last 30% were spectacular! I am still trying to pull myself together after everything that happened!

It is difficult to tell anything without giving spoilers so all I am going to say is that K.A.Tucker freaking rocks! Casual Enchantment is one of the most original, thrilling and fascinating series I have ever read. It is a must read for all paranormal lovers. I could not put it down, it was full of unique twists and now I cannot wait for final instalment Anomaly!

Book #1 Review: Anathema
Book #2 Review: Asylum
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Lucia @Reading Is My Breathing

Lucia is 29 years old passionate reader and reviewer who enjoys talking about all bookish things. Currently she lives in Prague, works in business industry and dreams of starting her own publishing company. Her weakness? She can never say no to cake, coffee or good novel.