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Revelations by Melissa de la Cruz
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Jan 25, 09

Read in January, 2009

True love is meant to be, but not if your brother is falling in love with a newborn. Blue Bloods: Revelations is by Melissa De La Cruz. Schuyler has moved in with her uncle, Charles Force and her “cousins” Jack and Mimi. The only problem with that is Mimi is Sky’s enemy and Sky has fallen for Jack and he returns to feelings. However, Mimi and Jack are suppose to be together and Mimi is trying her best to persuade Sky to stop, but Sky and Jack won’t listen to her at all. Meanwhile, Bliss has finally found Dylan and turns him so he can have rehab, but Bliss is starting to have blackouts during the day. Everything changes when Lawrence, Sky’s grandfather, is called to go to Rio; he suddenly stops sending Sky messages and the whole Committee is called there as well, but when Sky finds Lawrence and he tells her nothing is wrong, they begin to wonder. Mimi finds the truth when the Committee is slain during a dinner and she escapes along with Bliss’s father. Bliss uncovers more after her sister Jordan is taken away and she learns she is none other than Luicifer’s daughter to bring evil. Everyone is thrown into chaos when Luicifer is finally set free and the teens are left to face him with barely any Elders left alive.

I really enjoyed reading this book with the different plot twist. So many secrets were uncovered but yet it left even more for readers to think about. I can’t wait to read the next book that follows it and hope if those secrets are revealed. I wonder about what Lawrence saying something about Sky’s sister, could that sister possibly be Bliss? I sure hope Melissa De La Cruz will include this in her next and after reading the past other books, I’m sure she will.
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82i.love.beirut That's a mountain full of drama!!!
Still cool book, nice review!!!


Jordan Great review........but the thing is it wasn't Luicifer that was set free. It was his brother, Leviathan, who is the most powerful Silver Blood.


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