Monday, July 18, 2011

Review: The Well Of Truth by Amber Riley

The Well Of Truth is Amber Riley's second book in this series. I read the first one "Flasf of A Firefly" a while back and really enjoyed it so when Amber contacted me for this one I of course, said yes!

Book two was equally wonderful and enjoyable. I like how Amber manages to mix it up with "old" vampires and "new" vampires. Her stories are always interesting and exciting.

The characters are also great and they have something for everybody. I really really enjoyed this one and can't wait for the next one!


About The Book:
(From Goodreads)

Kaden has made a promise to the Iustitia. In exchange for helping the vampire hunters rid Rome of their supernatural infestation, he will never be hunted by the church-assuming he makes it out of the country alive. With a master vampire who is letting the city be terrorized, Kaden must uncover his true motives before it is too late.

Something dangerous is closing in on Kaden, and he cannot afford to be weak. Inside Vatican City, the vampires are more vulnerable than they have ever been. But with his independence on the line, Kaden is breaking every rule in the book, putting everyone's lives at risk. Worse yet, he is feeling things again-things he has not felt in centuries. He must find a way to completely sever his ties with the past. Unfortunately, in a city that is supposed to be off limits to all vampires, Kaden finds more than he bargained for-and loses even more.

The Well of Truth tells a haunting tale in which a hardened vampire will realize that some secrets are better left in the dark.

**Review copy provided by author. All opinions are my own. I received NO monetary compensation for this post.

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