Sealed in Sin
One demon prince may be festering in the bowels of hell, but Genevieve’s troubles are far from over. Prince Bamal, demon lord of New York City, still wants her. But this time, he wants her alive. All signs point to the lost prophecy and his desire for her inherent power as a Vessel of Light.
While Jude Delacroix spends his days and nights searching for the prophecy, another...more
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Sealed in Sin is book two of The Vessel Trilogy by Juliette Cross.
“Warning: Contains a demon hunter with dark secrets, a sexy angel with ulterior motives, and demonic creatures running amok.”
Is it unusual to love a book so much that you frequently have to remind yourself that ‘this isn’t real, Carol?’ I think this might be m ...more
This is a dual review for the second and third books in The Vessel Trilogy; Sealed in Sin & Bound in Black. I decided to do it this way, because basically both books are equally awesome, and I can say very little about them for fear of giving away major spoilers.
The best part though, is that all three are now LIVE!
Amazon US –
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Amazon UK –
Forged in Fire – h ...more
While Jude has gone off in search of the missing prophecy, Gen will come face to face with her guardian angel, a being who has watched over her, her entire life. But is Thomas looking for more from Gen ...more
While Gen is growing into her position as a Vessel, there are always dark forces working against her and the other Flamma of Light. I struggled with her response to Thomas but held out hope for her relationship with Jude. Of course, I shouldn’t have worried. This book definitely picks up the pace where Jude and Gen are concerned and I loved every mo ...more
Il est toujours aussi puissant et vaillant, mais si tendre et dour.
He is ever so powerful and valient, yet so tender and gentle.
Sealed in Sin not only saw Genevieve growing stronger in her powers and continuing with her training, but it had me anticipating at every turn as to what was going to happen with Gen, Jude, George and Kat. The journey they were on to find the other half of the prophecy, had them traipsing all over the world battling de ...more
Wonderfully ingenious, Juliette Cross weaves a majestic spell that sucks you deep into The Vessel Trilogy world.
Genevieve’s powers as the vessel are growing but she hasn’t fully awakened, leaving her vulnerable to possession by evil.
While Jude is searching for the prophecy, a “guardian angel” named Thomas has made himself known to Gen. There is something connecting Thomas and Genevieve.
Thomas offers Gen the ability she covets but at what cost will the power transfer come?
This whirlwind adv ...more
Mon avis en Français
My English review
I was curious to read this second novel after having a good time with the first one. I must say that it is quite in line with the previous one. So yes, still a good time with that same volume even if a little something is missing for me again.
The latest Genevieve’s adventure had resulted with the death of the demon prince who wanted to keep her with him. Some respite you might say after so many worries? But no, this is not the case, and our heroine has ...more
Gosh... I liked book one but I LOVED book two... :)
Genevieve's character is maturing and evolving and she is growing more powerful every day. The race to keep her from being captured and possessed by the demons is tense and a full time job. Jude, her primary protector is such an intriguing character. I really like him. The tension filled connection between Gen and Jude is getting harder for them to resist. More spe ...more
SEALED IN SIN is really a great urban fantasy. It's got it all, action, romance and plot twists, with some creative mythology included. Though SEALED IN SIN plays off of a lot of typical urban fantasy tropes - the girl who doesn't know she's special all of a sudden developing powers, the dark and mysterious protector guy, the possible love triangle- Cross really manages to take them and spin them her own way.
SEALED IN SIN introduces the reader to more ...more
Where to begin???!!!! My mind is so completely blown right now that I'm having a VERY hard time trying to form the words to express my love for this installment. And how the hell (LOL) am I supposed to do that without spoilers?!!!!!!!
This installment picks up about 2 months after the ending of the first Vessel. Gen is becoming stronger with her VS and has been successful in defending herself from the lower demons Kat and Jude have been using/baiting as training. But Kat thinks ...more
Seriously, I loved ...more
Little bit of a let down.
I don't feel like writing a super long review so here it is short (kinda) and sweet (not really).
(Major Spoilers below!)
Here's my reasons.
First, this book is similar to book one in that it is slowwwwww. It takes until towards the end to even get to the interesting stuff.
Second, Gen's badass-ness has yet to be seen. She is weak and has to constantly be saved. Damsel in distress anyone?
Third, Gen EASILY cheats on Jude with her Guardian angel Thomas, and on to ...more
Gen is growing, in herself, in her powers, in this one, she's got a lot on her pla ...more
Now that I put that out there, you are probably like "phew, I can breath ...more
I'll start by listing my Likes (this is hard because I loved it all). Kat and George. These 2 need a book of their own!! *hint*(Starting from when Jude and George lost her) ;) I'm dying to know what happened to Katherine, Domina, and Saint George. :)
Gens power is Growing . You see she is the Vessel of light . Trying to save the world . Other Vessels have gone over to the dark side , or committed suicide . Gen has one weakness it's Jude . It is said that when you give in to the weakness of the flesh you are givi ...more