Book Reviews

House of Imperial by Jaymin Eve

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 236
Series: Secret Keepers #2
Genre: Fantasy
Publish: June 15th, 2018
Rating: 4 stars

Synopsis:

Callie has spent her life moving towns every four months in a bid to “stay off the grid.” Her only family is a paranoid mother who believes there’s a race of supernatural beings out there actively searching for Callie. A race who could destroy Earth if they get their hands on her. Callie’s never seen one thing to suggest there’s any truth to mom’s insane ramblings, and at the age of eighteen now, she’s grown numb to her reality – she’s never going to have a normal life.

That is, until they move to New Orleans. The moment Callie steps foot into the Quarter, hears the jazz music, feels the soul of the city, the cold shell she’s built to protect herself starts to thaw.

Then they come for her. 

Turns out her mom’s stories are quite real, and whatever happens, Callie’s empty world will never be the same again.

Review:

I love this heroine more than the first one. I actually like this one all around more than the first book.

I’m so happy for her and Daniel. Daniel deserves his happiness after everything.

I like how the heroine who was born of Imperial, lords of the underworld, felt at home in New Orleans. That’s awesome because of the history of New Orleans.

On to Chase’s story, though I really can’t wait for Xander’s.