Lilith's Children (Wild Women, #2)
The battle raging between the Wild Women of Seattle and the Hunters has sparked a war. But will either side survive the new threat that lurks in the shadows?
Hunters are doubling down their efforts, putting Faline's coterie on the run. But war waits for no woman, especially not a fugitive... Faline’s plans for a surprise att
Pudelek is back and better than ever. With her quick wit and fierce determination to bridge fantasy and feminism together Lilith’s Children does not disappoint.
Pudelek takes the time to bring her characters back to life in a detailed and riveting way that makes the reader turn the page faster and faster.
I greatly enjoyed getting back to her work and can’t wait to see what she comes up with next—stay tuned, you don’t want to miss this!
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
I was not as enamored of this book as I was of the first one. It may be that it was slower going and the story seemed to drag, or that it felt unfinished. The romantic aspect kind of made me cringe at times. I really liked the unique characters. When I find any reason to not pick up the book and finish it, and start serious skimming, the book was not for me. Completed read was as good as it gets.
When she's not writing, Rachel works at a public library. She also enjoys hiking, wine tasting, attempting to grow her own food, and reading. She live ...more