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    Had its kinks but wow

    *voluntarily and honestly reviewed the ARC I received from NetGalley* This was one of the better books I read this year. I liked the writing style, the mood and setting. I didn't read the second book because I hadn't realized I'd missed it, but thankfully I didn't need to have read it to enjoy this one. The duke was pretty weird at first with his first impression being that of a lecherous vampire who enjoyed the warmth of various women. I think it only felt weird because it wasn't the impression his character had given me when it came to his POV, so at times I wondered if I missed something. Brenn seemed like a pretty strong woman, having taken on the rebel cause and her seven precious children. If there's one thing that did it for me, it was the children. I really loved them and how sweet they made the whole thing feel for me. Brenn and the duke's relationship was easy to get into, I especially loved the middle bit when everything got exciting. The ending seemed a little fast but otherwise I overall felt satisfied. It's a recommend if you love being tempted alongside the reluctant character.
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    The plot thickens and gets steamier too.

    Aye aye aye, Friedrich is not at all how I pictured him in book 1. Loosely based on Snow White, this Duke Charming is wild and possessive to Brennalyn's schoolmarm. Discovering who the White Lily is his primary focus but he finds himself being distracted by the captivating school teacher who hides behind her ugly grey dresses. When his uncle King Dominik reveals his plans for the White Lily Friedrich is even more determined to find her before the king gets his hands on her. On realizing that it is Brenna, he whisks her and her melee of children off to his castle to keep them safe. Resisting her while having her under the same roof is next to impossible and both Brenna and Friedrich, find themselves breaking vows that they made to themselves when they realize the true depth of their feelings for each other. Things are becoming more dangerous with Queen Morgrid and Dominik amassing their blood lust infected vampire armies, but the Black Lily is getting stronger too with allies joining them in droves. Next up is Vilhelmina's story. Can't wait to see who she's paired up with. I received an Advanced Reviewers Copy from the Publisher via #NetGalley for voluntary review consideration.
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    Amazing Read!

    I am absolutely in love with this series! I remember reading the first one thinking it was going to be a simple fairytale retelling, surprised when it had paranormal content, and then pleased that it was so much more than I had ever dreamed. Now with this latest addition, I’m just plain antsy to find out how this drama is all going to end. Brennalyn is the local school teacher but on the side she’s fighting for the resistance, which was started by the Black Lily, against the vampire monarchy. Putting her talents to use, she sets herself up as the White Lily to spread the word. The only problem is the Duke of Winter Hill who keeps constantly getting in her way. Friedrich has been drawn to the allure of Brenna since the first moment he walked into the schoolhouse. He’s aware she’s been spying on him but is uncertain why and for which faction she’s doing so. If it is for his uncle, this could all go terribly wrong. When their secrets are revealed and one of her children go missing, this couple’s relationship is fast forwarded in an effort to infiltrate their enemy. There is so much heat and chemistry between Brenna and Friedrich. Each of them having sworn off love and marriage, now they only know they need one another. In the middle of a war of good against evil isn’t really the best time to fall in love. Unless you have no other choice. I loved Friedrich and his instant need of Brenna. Initially, he desires her as a bleeder and a partner to warm his bed. It doesn’t take long for him to want more from her as he recognizes her inner strength. Watching her with her children only makes him want her more. And oh man, when he interacts with the children, my heart melted. Careful ladies, it’ll make your ovaries explode! If you like your heroes possessive, protective and just plain jealous of anyone who looks at his lady, you’re gonna love Friedrich. Brennalyn was an awesome heroine. Her strength never made her reckless, stupid or too much of anything. She was perfect in her love of hearth and home as well as her beliefs of justice for the lower classes. She stands up for what she believes in and is willing to do what is necessary to save those she loves. I can’t explain how much I absolutely loved this book, this series. Each one is completely capable of standing alone. There is an overlapping plot that runs through them but even that is explained in each book without it becoming repetitive. However, I’ve fallen in love with each of these couples and I’m so anxious to get to the next one. Greedy, I know. But Ms. Cross has made me that way. This is an honest review of an advanced copy provided by NetGalley and Entangled Publishing Dual POV Safe No apparent triggers
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    10 gold stars!

    Holy snap Batman - Juliette Cross does NOT disappoint in her newest release! Get the fire extinguisher handy, 'cause your kindle will light up in flames with this book! If you know me, Juliette Cross is an insta-buy author for me. She writes it, I gobble it up and tell EVERYONE that they MUST read it! THE WHITE LILY continues my pattern, and my obsession with everything Juliette Cross creates. THE WHITE LILY is book 3 in the Vampire Blood series. In this installment we get to spend time with Friedrich, the Duke of Winter Hill, and Brennalyn Snow, the local school teacher. Brennalyn is trying to find out information about the Duke and his involvement with the Black Lily - the leader of the rebellion against the evil vampire queen and her family. Friedrich, a vampire himself, is supportive of the rebellion, but keeps it well hidden so that he can continue to act as a spy and send supplies to the rebels. As Friedrich and Brennalyn continue to try and unmask each others secrets, they cannot deny the intensity of their attraction to each other. Attraction leads to lust, lust leads to passion, and passion leads to a soul deep love that no man, vampire, curse, or even death can break. They will stop at nothing to protect their families, and each other, from the malevolent and blood-crazed vampires who rule the land. If you are looking for a paranormal romance with action, danger, under cover operations, secret identities, kidnappings, and a passionate love so intense your kindle will catch on fire - you NEED this book!! THE WHITE LILY is everything you could want from a paranormal romance. I cannot say enough good things about this book, this series, and this author. If I could I would give it 10 gold stars.
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    Loved it

    'The White Lily' by Juliette Cross is Book Three in The "Vampire Blood" series. This is the story of Friedrich Volya, the Duke of Winter Hill and Brennalyn. I have read the previous books (and loved them!) but feel this can easily be a standalone book. Brennalyn is the local school teacher but she has a secret that she is hiding that puts her is very real danger if found out. Brennalyn has a soft heart too and has taken in some of the unwanted children who have become like her own children. Brennalyn's friend works at the Duke's house and one day while there 'talking' to her good friend, she looses her way and ends up in front of the Duke, Friedrich. Brennalyn pretends to be interested in being one of his blood women but he calls her out. Brennalyn then reports she wants the school to have a better stove. Brennalyn doesn't know if she can trust Friedrich and doesn't want him to know why she was really there. Friedrich knows that Brennalyn is lying to him but he not sure yet if he can trust her....but he does know he wants her. This whole series has been great! This book just added to my love of this series. I cannot wait for more books to come by Ms. Cross! "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
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