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New York Times bestselling author, K.N. Lee presents the sequel to Netherworld, an epic urban fantasy adventure perfect for fans of True Blood and The Avengers.
Some vampires are made. One half-blood with a mysterious lineage was born to change the world.
Koa can't seem to catch a break. A curse has forced her mother to live as a cat, an insane demon can't wait to make her his slave, and her boss--a fallen angel will risk redemption to save her. They formed the perfect supernatural crew of agents to stop Bund, but the odds are stacked against them when a vampire king builds a new empire in England.
In the midst of a war between the humans of the mortal world, and the creatures of the Netherworld, Koa discovers the truth of her mysterious past, and finds herself torn between two men, while in the center of everything.Faced with the reality of all her returned memories, Koa is becoming more powerful than ever. Being a half-blood is hard enough, but what exactly is Koa's other half?
Will the Netherworld Division stand behind Koa once they learn her secret?
The Chronicles of Koa Series Publication order:
Netherworld (The Chronicles of Koa, Book 1)
Dark Prophet (The Chronicles of Koa, Book 2)
Blood Princess (The Chronicles of Koa, Book 3)
Reign of Kings (The Chronicles of Koa, Book 4) Coming Soon
"I did find it hard to put the book down and I am definitely going to follow Koa into her future adventures." Lillian Roberts, author of the Immortal Rapture series.
"A brilliant continuation of the Chronicles of Koa series, and I CAN'T WAIT to see what happens next!" Sorcha O'Dowd, Old Victorian Quill.
"The Best Sequel Novel I've Ever Read--Period." Michael Holman, Bestselling author of Resolve and Retribution.
Embark on a thrilling sequel to the #1 international bestselling urban fantasy series perfect for readers of Ilona Andrews, Karen Marie Moning, and Patricia Briggs.
Fire your editor!
This and the prior book have a decent and interesting story line but there are so many mistakes it is distracting! The author should pay more attention to transitioning between scenes.