"The Black Lily" is one of those books that weeks later you are still thinking of the plot, characters and story line. It's seeped in fantasy and has a dash of fairy tale. Think vampires, Cinderella, and the crown.
Our main characters are Arabelle, a servant girl, and Marius the vampire prince. But Arabelle isn't only a servant girl, she's also the head of a rebellion against the vampire overloads. These two first meet a ball that Arabelle has infiltrated. Marius is almost a victim of Arabelle's dagger, but Marius has plans, sexy plans, for her. Who new a near death could spark so much passion.
Well that's the start of a long fairy tale. From there these two play a bit of cat and mouse. There are also some great side characters and some sad losses of friends. But there are also new friendships to celebrate.
I really loved this tale and look forward to many more forayed into this world that Juliette Cross has created.
Cinderella like you’ve never seen before…
With the threat of the vampire monarchy becoming stronger every day, the Black Lily must take drastic measures. As the leader of the underground resistance, Arabelle concocts the perfect idea to gain the attention of the Glass Tower. Her plan? Attend the vampire prince’s blood ball and kill him. Fortunately for Prince Marius, her assassination goes awry, and Arabelle flees, leaving behind only her dagger.
Marius is desperate to find the woman whose kiss turned into attempted murder, hunting for the mysterious assassin he can’t push out of his mind. But what he uncovers could change the course of his life forever…