Saturday, August 10, 2013

Title: Charity Rising
Series: Charity, #2
Author: DeAnna Kinney
Rating: 4 Shooting Stars

In this fast-paced, two-part sequel Charity is finally settling into her new role as alpha female to the Drake pack. With Prom and Graduation approaching, this should be the best time of her life, but something is wrong with Levi—dangerously wrong. With his odd behavior growing daily and her now blackening connection symbol, Charity is spurred into action. It’s a race against time, and any delay could result in the death of the only man she can ever love. Can she save him in time? If so, will their undying love and a stronger-than-ever heart connection be enough to withstand the damage created? 

This installment in the Charity Series is fully loaded with everything from unlikely alliances, battles and romance, to humor, mystery, and even betrayal, as well as a few other surprises along the way. You have officially been warned.

As the second book in the series I had my doubts about this one. I didn't really care much for the first one, but I was pleasantly surprised by this one. 

It starts out with Charity noticing odd things about Levi at Prom. And as they get closer to graduation Charity is becoming more concerned about the way he's acting. Then out of no where he claims she smells differently, like she's been with another man. But the only man Charity has been with is Levi.

Some bad things happen to Charity as she tries to figure out what is wrong with Levi. This is all in the first part of the book.

Then there is a second part of the book that's almost like a continuation of the first part. Basically like another story. I kind of like how the author did that, it made it more interesting. I was also super excited that we got to see Levi's point of view a few times through out the book. And I'm excited about what happened in the end with Raven, and Rose. And I hope we get to see Eli get a mate as well. 

Over all the book was good. I enjoyed this one a lot more than the first one. I actually want to read the next one as well, and I hope Eli gets his own story too.

by Whitney Martin 11:23 AM No comments


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