Lady Lily has embraced her destiny and shredded her reputation. She’s done with straddling two worlds and losing in both. With so much at stake, her standing in society is the least of her problems. Or so she thought.
Demons walk among us…
Demons are infiltrating the London Court and cozying up to the Queen. Too late, Lily learns the price of throwing propriety to the wind when she must return to the influential circles of London and the stiff cuff of society.
But with the pious Queen Victoria on the throne, that won’t be possible until she salvages her reputation with a marriage of convenience. Or, as Lily prefers to think of it, a temporary rearrangement of her personal situation.
I liked this book because the story keeps you involved, the writing is great, and the character`s are characters you can get involved with, and get to know and grow with.
What I didn’t like about this book is it just didn’t seem long enough, I wish there was more. Also one of the major decisions that was made I was totally against and I hope one day it will be rectified, in upcoming.