katies hope

Katie’s Hope

Three weeks after leaving Rhyn, Katie learns the Immortals have no intention of letting her go despite her deal with their leader. Rhyn discovers he can only protect her if he accepts his place among the Immortals. However, doing so may cost him the only thing that matters. Meanwhile, demons are closing in, and Death orders Katie killed. Death’s assassin and the demons pursue them, and Katie will have to choose between Death or Hell to save Rhyn from both.

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Katie's Hope ( Rhyn Trilogy Book 2)
By B. M. Warner (4.0 out of 5 stars) on February 14, 2017
NO SPOILER ALERTS... I love that Katie and Rhyn have such a wonderful connection and as the plot thickens I am so happy to see that they are there for each other!!! Just when you think that you know who the bad Immortal is, he or she isn't... I could not put this book down, this one was way better than the 1st, it was much easier to read and while there were so many twists and turns.. there are so many people routing for Katie and Rhyn...Definitely would recommend because once you start you will not be able to put the book down !! 😉

Awesome
By Customer (5.0 out of 5 stars) on November 9, 2011
All that I can say is that these stories are totally awesome. I'm most definitely hooked on them. I just love reading these books.

Awesome story that keeps you anxious and engaged in the story!!
By Martha Speller (5.0 out of 5 stars) on February 14, 2017
I love it when the book practically picks up where the one before it left off. I found this one to be a bit darker with obvious reasons considering the immortals are dealing more with the demons. Especially Katie and Rhyn. I do not wish to give any of the story away so I will not say any more about the pair.I will say that the story arch is certainly getting closer to the peek where normally it seems everything is going wrong and you will find yourself holding your breath. Lizzy Ford has me sitting on the edgy of my seat and I don't want to put the book down. Even when I start to get angry or frustrated with the characters, I find myself picking it back up again. Her descriptions of emotions and the driving force grips me along with the characters.I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that Lizzy Ford has become one of my favorite authors and look forward to more of her books but now pressing on word to the third book and I think I will need a box of tissues with this one.Enjoy!!!!!!

Improved Read
By Leilani (4.0 out of 5 stars) on November 11, 2016
My interest for this series after reading the first book, Katie's Hellion, have increased. I just wasn't impressed or drawn to the abuse the female characters partake in the book, and it doesn't get much better in this book, but at least the main male lead treats his counterpart significantly better, yet I can't hold his personality against him for it wasn't his fault if it's all he's ever known. The female lead, well her situation is unfortunate but things might get better hopefully though her situation kind of reminds me of an abuse victim and she kind of drove me crazy with her hot and cold attitude. The storyline is different, a little confusing honestly, but I enjoyed this authors work of the Witchling Series, so i just need to check out her other works that sound intriguing. I will admit thought it will probably take me a while to finish this particular series but it won't stop me from checking out her other work, the rating for me has gone up a star, due to the increased good behavior of the male lead, and a unique storyline that just entice the reader to continue to know the outcome and what the characters choices will be.

RECEIVED THE TRILOGY FROM AUTHOR
By WFTM (cntryrox) (5.0 out of 5 stars) on November 5, 2015
Great story. Picks up where first left off. Katie tries to figure out how to save Rhyn. Because she keeps having a reoccurring nightmare and the only way to break their bond is to die. Gabriel comes for her. Rhyn and the rest of the Immortals fight off demons.

Better than the first
By PRBabe5 (5.0 out of 5 stars) on June 15, 2015
Wow, the first book grabbed my attention, but this one was a real heart-breaker. Katie has decided she has had enough of the immortal world and gives Kris and Rhyn both 60 more days before she leaves. Little does she know that neither really plans on letting her go, but worse, she may not have 60 days to give.Living at the immortal compound and working daily with Ully to try to replicate her immunity to immortal powers, Katie is plagued by dreams that leaves her in no doubt that her life will never be the same again. The council can't seem to work together, the demons are collecting in the forest near the compound, and Jade has turned traitor while Sasha seeks asylum. Just when she thinks things can't get more confusing or out of her control, Katie learns just how bad things can really get. Betrayed yet again, Katie finds herself back in hell with no doubts that she'll survive this time.When Rhyn learns just what it will take to protect Katie, he'll sacrifice the one thing he values above everything to knock some sense into the council and get them to work together to salvage the mess Kris manages to get them into. Kris, who forever sees the worst in Rhyn, fails to see that the decisions he's made could lead to the demons defeating immortals and take over the human realm.I have never wanted to see someone get a swift kick in the ass as much as I did Kris. Rhyn may be a little clueless when it comes to relationships, but he has a much better heart than anyone other than Katie and Gabriel believe. And when the world goes to s***, he steps up to clean up Kris' mess and at the cost of Katie. If there are two people that deserve a HEA, it is these two and it is such a struggle to watch them circle around each other, both knowing they belong together, but also knowing that they are pretty much doomed.This book brings out the good and bad in people, and just how much power corrupts...and not just the immortals gifts, but the emotional destruction of jealousy. Again, if you like paranormal books, this is a great series.

Very good series
By NicePuppy (4.0 out of 5 stars) on May 26, 2015
Exciting, unique, amazing. The story gets better and better. Lizzy Ford knows how to weave a story together and this series does not disappoint. On to the next book!

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By Alejandro Alcantara (5.0 out of 5 stars) on April 19, 2015
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Five Stars
By Rachel BlueFedish (5.0 out of 5 stars) on February 15, 2015
I loved it! Couldn't put it down.