BROTHERS AT ARMS: THE CHARIOT CARD
Rating: 4 Cups
Julio Mendoza is surprised to receive a tarot card in the mail. He learns he is keeper of the card, and must protect it. Then again, it means he is a target and vampires will be after him.
Michelle Bryson is a Seeker for the House of François Arcée. The responsibility falls to her to locate Julio before the House of Pierre Arcée. It is a mission she must not fail.
Julio knows nothing about the mysterious tarot card and becomes skeptical when his mother explains its existence. The Houses of Pierre Arcée and François Arcée are in a rival to locate Julio. Michelle must make sure she reaches Julio first. She never imagined him to be so handsome and appealing. While he tries to cope with the fact that vampires are coming for him and it could mean war, Michelle tries to explain the mystery, even offering to bite him if he needs further proof. She will have to move in and protect him. In no time the two are being drawn together as they learn things are not as they appear. Someone is not playing fair and it puts Julio in the middle. Is it a night that Julio will be able to make historic, or will war break out causing much havoc?
Brothers at Arms is an action-packed read. I could really sense the feelings running through Julio after learning about the vampires. I liked Michelle and her gusto type character. This well-written tale had me turning the pages. Ms. Lee tells a story that mysteriously unfolds and sweeps the reader into the events. I like how she gives Michelle some human qualities as she tries to get past obstacles to help Julio. Great plot, intense moments and a read that is still lingering in my head.
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