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Betrayals by Lili St. Crow
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This series is fantastic. The first thing I noticed about Dru, is she's brillant and hilarious. She maintains this strong, sarcastic, yet still so completely human voice (whether that's what she is... or not) that never wavers.




The few things that Dru Anderson knows to be true are what keeps her grounded - she know's they're not much, but they are all she has: her mother is gone, her father is her family, the Real World is always going to kick down her door, she's against the wall and she's locked and loaded.




As awesome as this heroine is, this girl doesn't get a break. Her house of cards crashes around her after a life game of Jenga. Everything that she knows starts ticking off around her: her mother, her grandmother, her father, her humanity, her safety.




The girl's left with few to trust, the only one who ever actually has her back is Graves: a best friend, loyal and gothic loup-garou that's half wolf and all boy. There's the sexy, apple-pie smelling Christophe, who only shows up at the last minute to stop the stuff from hitting the fan - but it's impossible to know and trust something so unclear and abstract.




If she's not beaten and abused, she's still being hunted and left out of the loop of information. Traitors are everywhere she looks, even when she knows she can't see.




Whether she's tying a newly made loup-garou up in her house, locked in a room with a Broken, killing the only zombie she's ever cared about, standing as the only girl in a private academy filled with supernatural boys, or listening to waxen oranges and ghostly Aspect owls to keep her out of danger and never out of trouble, she's always moving forward, one step at a time with an iron fist, fluttering heart, and leather boot.




I really loved these books! Dru's hardy but still gentle and funny. I seriously recommend the series, even if some books are better than the others. They're funny, riveting, brillant, and gripping in every sense of the words.


I can't wait to read the next installment in the series!!
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