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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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. Half the book is spent in hell, for crying out loud.

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In the previous book we get introduced to many different characters, both good and bad, and some threads remained loose after the events that transpired there. 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 this story, Dahger was able to buy in to the honesty of his feelings because of his selfless actions and willingness to make Lily angry if it meant that he could keep her safe.

And the way Lily ended up after what happens in hell… just did nothing for me. Well, that doesn’t seem so bad I want more Grandmother. More on these things later. Flame in the Dark.


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But when a friend in her critique group began working on a romance novel, Wilks decided she needed to give the genre another try. Some definite lines were crossed here even though they weren’t concentrated on that much.

Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Cullen plays a much larger role, and I hope Wilks continues to show us more of his character. Rule and Lily are still trying to figure out the mate bond, as well as find Harlowe and the staff. I really like the way the author is slowly unfolding this world.

The first half and the second half feel almost like two separate stories. Yu here has already heard all my stories, and the strain of trying to wi,ks interested is wearing her out.

Mortal Danger (World of the Lupi, #2) by Eileen Wilks

You might want to read this series if you actually want to know what’s going on. It was a 3-star book for a long time, but then it happened! Nov danver, edge of bubble rated it really liked it Shelves: Blood of the Danget.

The story continues and new dangers, new charactes, new worlds even are introduced! The plot, secrets, new paranormal facts, twists, and dynamic finish made this book a really good reading experience that I can recommend to others who enjoy Urban Fantasy.

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Interesting plot, good world building, introduction of daanger new characters that I really liked and want to see more of. I would like to see what happens with Lily and Rule, but I’m just sort Ehh. If you like your books more along the lines of urban fantasy, then give Wilks a try.


A demon snatches her at the wedding and steals a taste of her blood. A lot of men who said they were looking for a relationship really wanted a combination sex buddy, therapist, and mirror. I enjoyed this book even more than the first one. How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating wilk gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot.

Always a fan of a good dragon intro into a series. There are 14 books in this series right now. Felt a little teary as the journey unfolded.

About halfway through the book, an interesting separation occurs, with some of the characters in another realm. You won’t be disappointed.

I was partially correct because the second book had more action than the first one. Check it out if you get the chance, http: View all 15 comments. It completely undercuts the dramatic tension to storytell that way.

It’s a well drawn and complex world, and I like seeing it unfold a little at a time. To ask other readers questions about Mortal Dangerplease sign up.