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Book Review: We Shall Rise: Misfits of the Lore, Book 2 by J. E. Hopkins

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We Shall Rise is the second book in the “Misfits of the Lore” series. Tired of being cast down by vampires and werewolves of pure blood, the lower caste immortals are waging a war to escape from their domination.

These lesser breeds include the witches, sages, shifters, demons and those of mixed blood. Children are not even safe during these times.

Reysa, a half-breed vampire/warrior owns a night club called The Lore, which welcomes all who enter in peace. She has created her own family of half-breeds whom she calls “The Misfits.” She wants no part of this war. But when people in her club become endangered she has to become involved.

While all of this is happening there is a smaller battle being waged between Reysa and the vampire Kaden Gaspard. Reysa and Kaden are fighting the uncontrollable attraction that they have for each other.

Kaden, has many inner demons to deal with. He has made a mess of most of the relationships that he has had in his life. This includes betraying his brother with his fiancé. That fiasco resulted in the deaths of seven women.

Kaden is afraid to take a chance with Reysa because he fears that she will end up being hurt. In spite of this, their attraction to each other is too strong to be denied. When they team up to rescue a mutual friend who has been kidnapped, their constant closeness not only drives them crazy, but it also affects others around them. To survive, they have two battles to win.

I absolutely loved reading We Shall Rise.The author did a tremendous job with creating unforgettable characters. From the emotionally tortured vampire to the drag queen Mother-Father witch and everyone in-between there was not a dull moment with any of them.

She also did an awesome job with creating and sustaining sexual tension between the hero and heroine. This totally added to the drama.

We Shall Rise has the perfect blend of drama, romance, humor and magic. In spite of being almost a 400-page book, I was disappointed that it ended so soon! I look forward to following the rest of the “Misfits of Lore” series.

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