Book: Book Of Revenge (Knight Angels #2)
Author: Abra Ebner
Published: October 2010 from Crimson Oak Publishing
My edition/number of pages: PB/325
Age group: Young adult
Source: Author/Teen Book Scene
Series?: Yes. Second book
New characters, New world, but old enemies. Emily struggles to ignore a new friend with emotions that temp her, Wes delves deeper into his past and family while finding friendship isn’t reserved for the human race alone, Jane finds out her dear Max isn’t what he seems, Gregs friendships cost him more than he expected, and Max forgets that the truth is best. But then again, someone always has to be the liar…
Emotional baggage, begrudged enemies, and the bitterness that comes when the honeymoon of their friendship fades…
Will the love survive, or is it all just a game?
Knight Angels: Book Of Revenge was fantastic. After reading and loving the first book I was super excited for the sequel. Luckily, I was not disappointed at all.
Jane, Wes, Emily, and Max are all back. After the terrifying ordeal at the end of the first book you would think that they would get a break. No such luck for these four. Their relationships are not as safe as they thought they were and this book begins to show that. New and old people threaten to break the couples apart and their relationships may not be able to withstand the truths that are revealed.
I was pleasantly surprised with Book Of Revenge. I was drawn in from the very first page. Not a single part of the book dragged. I couldn’t tell what was coming and I was shocked by what happened multiple times. It was in no way predictable.
I had a bit of a hard time with the characters this time. Everyone seemed to be hiding something and I hated that. They were very changed from the first book and I wanted them back. The only unchanged person was Greg. He was just as evil as always. I am just dying to know more about him.
Overall, Book Of Revenge is a great sequel to Book Of Love and I am so excited for more. That ending definitely left me hanging!
First line: “Max, I’d love a rose.”