Thursday, April 20, 2017

RELEASE DAY + BOOK REVIEW: "Wanions of the Wicked" by Romarin Demetri

A treaty of protection. An end-all prophecy. A forbidden love. A family curse.
A wanion is an oath, a wish, a promise, or a vendetta, and in the third installment of the Supernatural London Underground, London’s favorite group of supernatural misfits are forced to come to terms with theirs. 
The chance to free London from supernatural suppression was never a choice for Romarin Demetri, or for her friends and housemates, who shared a horror she has only heard about in a few unguarded moments. When an elite group of assassins is contracted to thwart their plans of liberating people from another experimental laboratory, their ultimate goal is forcibly stalled— allowing time for pleasant distractions, other worldly experiences, and situations that can’t help but make them feel human. Now that her friends finally have to face their horrible pasts, Romarin finds herself willingly walking into an insidious trap that plays out her own worst fears.

I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.

It's no secret that I am a huge fan of Romarin Demetri by now, having been able to review her series as it was released for the past three books. In the third Supernatural London Underground book, the action takes a dark twist, especially as we see a showdown between Katrina and Kat (my favorite character is Katrina, by the by), and a lot more about Talia is discovered. Row is still the main character, of course, but this book is about much more than her.
I can't gush enough on how great this was to read, to be sucked even deeper into this crazy world in London with such a disparate cast of characters. This book was one I couldn't put down, and can't describe much more for then I would risk giving one of the feared spoilers. If you like your paranormal with a twist, you'll fall madly in love with this book.

5/5--It should have six stars.

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