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Rose of Jericho (Lilith Adams Series Book 2)

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When Lilith Adams accepted Detective Andrew Cohen’s help to defeat the horror from her father’s past, she knew she was making a deal with a devil. Now the true price of his help has come to light and the cost is beyond anything she could imagine. Lilith and Chance are forced into the service of a mysterious council whose cold brutality surpasses Ashcroft’s maniacal revenge ...more
Kindle Edition, 390 pages
Published August 2nd 2015
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Rebecca Wilson
Mar 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
These books are amazing. They are the kind of books you just can't stop reading. They are page turns. I am looking forward to more
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After receiving the first book in this series Blood Lily for free in exchange for an honest review, I decided to buy this book to continue the series. While I enjoyed it, I didn't like it quite as much as the first book. My main issue was with Lilith and her aggression towards Cohen which persisted past all logic. It was weird that she was so quick to trust Nikki and others, but continued to attack Cohen for most of the book. I was glad when he pulled her up on it. Chance also
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Emily K.
Aug 06, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Fantastic second installment to the series! I couldn't put it down! The author continues to keep us engaged in the characters and their lives as piece by piece the world around them is reshaped by masterfully laid out events... I couldn't have asked for more.
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Jenny Allen is the author of Blood Lily and Rose of Jericho as well as several published poems and short stories in University journals. She also spent time as a reporter and photographer for the Chattanooga State College newspaper. Ms. Allen has studied forensic science, done extensive research in world cultures and myths, and is currently pursuing a degree in Registered Nursing. Her background ...more
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