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Books in World of the Lupi (14 Book Series). Whereas the opening volume, "Tempting Danger," was full of fast moving action packed plot movement, this book seems to focus more on World Building. Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. 1. Tempting Danger (World of the Lupi Book 1). Eileen Wilks. 2. Mortal Danger (World of the Lupi Book 2). I find that most authors of series involving an alternate reality can just work the World Building into the unfolding of the early series. Here, Ms Wilks sacrifices good plotting for detailed World Building.

Solid Urban Fantasy Series If you're looking for a paranormal romance, Eileen Wilks' World of the Lupi series may not be quite your cup of tea. While there are romantic elements in the book - more in Mortal Danger than in Tempting Danger, the series opener - those elements are not the driving plot of the book. If you like your books more along the lines of urban fantasy, then give Wilks a try. You won't be disappointed.

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Eileen Wilks is the NYT bestselling urban fantasy author of the World of the Lupi series, which focuses on werewolves . love her lupi characters. not one-dimension, very interesting. good stories ries 5 times. hope she keeps writing when this series is done.

Eileen Wilks is the NYT bestselling urban fantasy author of the World of the Lupi series, which focuses on werewolves, magic, and shifting realms. Shop Now. Eileen Wilks is the NYT bestselling urban fantasy author of the World of the Lupi series, which focuses on werewolves, magic, and shifting realms. 9 February ·. And here you t is-the cover for The Codex. Great adventures and world building love the clan and family stories! Paranormal at its best! 23 October.

The World of the Lupi is an urban fantasy series by author Eileen Wilks. It is also known as the Moon Children series. Lily Yu. POSITION: FBI Agent in the Magical Crimes Division. GIFT: sensitive, who can feel different types of magic but cannot be affected by it. MATE: Rule Turner, is his Chosen (bonded by the Lady). RACIAL BACKGROUND: Asian American (Chinese origins). PHYSICAL FEATURES: Straight shoulder length black hair, slim, physically fit, 5'1", 28 years old.

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World of the Lupi – 2. The audience hall was vast, hot, and noisy, an echoing oven of a space hollowed out of the remains of an ancient volcano. Gan scurried across the stony floor as fast as its stubby legs would carry it, watching out for shadows. Sometimes the crevices shifted. Dragon Blood, Lupi Dragon Blood, Lupi #14.

Mortal Danger by Eileen Wilks is the 4th novel in the World of the Lupi series. It was released on November 1, 2005. It was nominated for the 2005 Romantic Times Best Werewolf Romance Novel. Former homicide cop Lily Yu has a lot on her plate. There's her sister's wedding, a missing magical staff with unknown powers, and her grandmother's sudden decision to visit the old country just when Lily could use a little advice.

Former cop Lily Yu has her sister's wedding to attend, a missing magical staff to find, and now must deal with her grandmother's decision to return to the old country. Lily could turn to the man she's involved with for advice, but for all the passion that flares between them, she doesn't really know Rule Turner--she's just bound to him for life. Rule happens to be a werewolf, and Lily wonders just how far she can trust him.

Mortal Danger (The World of the Lupi, Book 2) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0425202906

ISBN: 0425202909

Author: Eileen Wilks

Category: Mystery and Thriller

Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense

Language: English

Publisher: Berkley (November 1, 2005)

ePUB size: 1934 kb

FB2 size: 1867 kb

Rating: 4.9

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Bukelv
The Old One who is the ancient enemy of the lupi is driving her agents even harder to achieve their goals. Demons are involved, and the mystical bond between Rule and Lily is being tested in new and difficult ways. That bond is still fairly new, so Lily, Rule, and the audience get to discover its nature all together.

I actually liked the arguments between Lily and Rule. They didn’t feel in any way like the characters were being unreasonable; they argued about entirely understandable things (in particular butting heads over independence and secrets). They are, after all, two extremely different people who were thrown together by the Lady the lupi serve. Not every goddess-created mate bond works out, after all, although at least she seems to pick people who stand a good chance of falling in love. That aspect of outside interference is what makes their bond different and, IMO, better than, the standard one-true-mate plots in many other books. There’s still an aspect of self-determination here, which I find much more palatable than most other such constructs.

Lily and Rule are great characters, as are all the secondaries. Cullen is a sorcerer who moonlights as an exotic dancer, which is great fun. We also get to meet more of Lily’s new co-workers and her boss, and we see more of her family. I’m enjoying the slowly expanding sphere of attention that gradually brings more and more of the world into play.

There are some fascinating events later in the book, but I’ll just say that I thought it ended with a very satisfying bang. Now I have to hunt down the next two books in the series!
Bukelv
The Old One who is the ancient enemy of the lupi is driving her agents even harder to achieve their goals. Demons are involved, and the mystical bond between Rule and Lily is being tested in new and difficult ways. That bond is still fairly new, so Lily, Rule, and the audience get to discover its nature all together.

I actually liked the arguments between Lily and Rule. They didn’t feel in any way like the characters were being unreasonable; they argued about entirely understandable things (in particular butting heads over independence and secrets). They are, after all, two extremely different people who were thrown together by the Lady the lupi serve. Not every goddess-created mate bond works out, after all, although at least she seems to pick people who stand a good chance of falling in love. That aspect of outside interference is what makes their bond different and, IMO, better than, the standard one-true-mate plots in many other books. There’s still an aspect of self-determination here, which I find much more palatable than most other such constructs.

Lily and Rule are great characters, as are all the secondaries. Cullen is a sorcerer who moonlights as an exotic dancer, which is great fun. We also get to meet more of Lily’s new co-workers and her boss, and we see more of her family. I’m enjoying the slowly expanding sphere of attention that gradually brings more and more of the world into play.

There are some fascinating events later in the book, but I’ll just say that I thought it ended with a very satisfying bang. Now I have to hunt down the next two books in the series!
Burking
I suppose that this book was necessary in order to move the series along. Whereas the opening volume, "Tempting Danger," was full of fast moving action packed plot movement, this book seems to focus more on World Building. I find that most authors of series involving an alternate reality can just work the World Building into the unfolding of the early series. Here, Ms Wilks sacrifices good plotting for detailed World Building. While there is some movement in the developing relationship between Lily Yu and Rule, her werewolf partner for life, it is not all that rewarding for the reader as they are apart for more than half of the book. The book is important to the series, but I feel it could have accomplished with better plotting and more action. Recommended as necessary to the series, but keep expectations low as the plot is not that compelling.
Burking
I suppose that this book was necessary in order to move the series along. Whereas the opening volume, "Tempting Danger," was full of fast moving action packed plot movement, this book seems to focus more on World Building. I find that most authors of series involving an alternate reality can just work the World Building into the unfolding of the early series. Here, Ms Wilks sacrifices good plotting for detailed World Building. While there is some movement in the developing relationship between Lily Yu and Rule, her werewolf partner for life, it is not all that rewarding for the reader as they are apart for more than half of the book. The book is important to the series, but I feel it could have accomplished with better plotting and more action. Recommended as necessary to the series, but keep expectations low as the plot is not that compelling.
Agalen
If you're looking for a paranormal romance, Eileen Wilks' World of the Lupi series may not be quite your cup of tea. While there are romantic elements in the book - more in Mortal Danger than in Tempting Danger, the series opener - those elements are not the driving plot of the book. If you like your books more along the lines of urban fantasy, than give Wilks a try. You won't be disappointed.

Lily Yu is no longer a homicide cop, but her life and her job as an agent for the FBI's Magical Crime Division certainly hasn't gotten any easier. Assaulted at her sister's wedding, trying to come to terms with her Were mate, Rule Turner, the prince of wolves himself, and still trying to find the ever-elusive Reverend Harlowe...and more importantly the big staff of necrotizing badness introduced in the series premiere Tempting Danger, she hardly has the energy to deal with the bodies that start piling up. Or the note left one one: This one's for Yu. Deal she must, however, and with the gritty determination and force of personality that is inherently Yu. She can't help it though, when events in her life put her positively beside herself.

I really enjoyed Mortal Danger. It lacked most of the pleasing police procedural of Tempting Danger, but it did introduce more of the fantasy side of the world that Wilks is creating. It's a well drawn and complex world, and I like seeing it unfold a little at a time. I also very much enjoyed the both the reacquaintance with established characters - I'm a huge Cullen fan - and the introduction of new ones. Cynna Weaver is an enigma and a treat.

It wasn't quite as much a self-contained thriller as Tempting Danger, and it's certainly not anything I'd consider stand-alone, but it was a definite bridge for the series and a significant step in world building. The only minor complaint I have is that the plot was sort of split between worlds and the more urban parts were dealt with disappointingly quickly. The fantasy parts, however, were well written and interesting, and I very much enjoyed seeing more of the were clan dynamics and politics in action. There's a lot of depth and a sense of history in this series that totally appeals, so it balances everything out nicely.

I'm not entirely sure where the series is going yet in its overall arc, but I'm enjoying the hell out of getting there. Nicely done.
Agalen
If you're looking for a paranormal romance, Eileen Wilks' World of the Lupi series may not be quite your cup of tea. While there are romantic elements in the book - more in Mortal Danger than in Tempting Danger, the series opener - those elements are not the driving plot of the book. If you like your books more along the lines of urban fantasy, than give Wilks a try. You won't be disappointed.

Lily Yu is no longer a homicide cop, but her life and her job as an agent for the FBI's Magical Crime Division certainly hasn't gotten any easier. Assaulted at her sister's wedding, trying to come to terms with her Were mate, Rule Turner, the prince of wolves himself, and still trying to find the ever-elusive Reverend Harlowe...and more importantly the big staff of necrotizing badness introduced in the series premiere Tempting Danger, she hardly has the energy to deal with the bodies that start piling up. Or the note left one one: This one's for Yu. Deal she must, however, and with the gritty determination and force of personality that is inherently Yu. She can't help it though, when events in her life put her positively beside herself.

I really enjoyed Mortal Danger. It lacked most of the pleasing police procedural of Tempting Danger, but it did introduce more of the fantasy side of the world that Wilks is creating. It's a well drawn and complex world, and I like seeing it unfold a little at a time. I also very much enjoyed the both the reacquaintance with established characters - I'm a huge Cullen fan - and the introduction of new ones. Cynna Weaver is an enigma and a treat.

It wasn't quite as much a self-contained thriller as Tempting Danger, and it's certainly not anything I'd consider stand-alone, but it was a definite bridge for the series and a significant step in world building. The only minor complaint I have is that the plot was sort of split between worlds and the more urban parts were dealt with disappointingly quickly. The fantasy parts, however, were well written and interesting, and I very much enjoyed seeing more of the were clan dynamics and politics in action. There's a lot of depth and a sense of history in this series that totally appeals, so it balances everything out nicely.

I'm not entirely sure where the series is going yet in its overall arc, but I'm enjoying the hell out of getting there. Nicely done.