Friday, October 5, 2012

Charity Rising

Charity Rising (Charity, #2)  
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 In this fast-paced, two-part sequel Charity is finally settling into her new role as alpha female to the Drake pack. With Prom and Graduation approaching, this should be the best time of her life, but something is wrong with Levi—dangerously wrong. With his odd behavior growing daily and her now blackening connection symbol, Charity is spurred into action. It’s a race against time, and any delay could result in the death of the only man she can ever love. Can she save him in time? If so, will their undying love and a stronger-than-ever heart connection be enough to withstand the damage created?
This installment in the Charity Series is fully loaded with everything from unlikely alliances, battles and romance, to humor, mystery, and even betrayal, as well as a few other surprises along the way. You have officially been warned


Charity Rising is the conclusion to Charity and Levis love story. Charity is the alpha female of the pack, she is worrying that Levi will have to take another wife if she doesn’t get pregnant and have a boy. She is trying to keep the packs secret and for some reason Levi is acting weird. When Levis connection symbol turns black and everyone thinks Charity cheated on Levi, Charity has to find out what is going or they both will die. Charity is very different in this story than she was in the last, she has lost a lot of the hard edge that surround her. Levi is harder though, he is the pack alpha so he has had to make hard decisions and you can see how it is affecting him.

>>>>>>>Spoiler Alert……Don’t read this if you don’t want part of the book spoiled for you. I liked how they found out that Levi had a twin. I get that Charity didn't know the Levi had a twin, but when his identity is revealed she still can’t tell them apart. Come on if I were Levi I would be super pissed that my wife just flashed herself in lingerie to my brother because she thought it was me. Spoiler ended<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

I liked how the series ended I thought it was very appropriate, even though I did have a problem with certain parts of the book I still loved it. Once again Kinney creates a vivid and realistic world with just enough conflict to keep the reader interested. I am sad to see the end of Charity and Levi, but I think that the ending was done wonderfully.

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