Belladonna by Fiona Paul
"The art of coercion lies not in seizing control, but in determining a person's needs and sating them."
Torn between the man she loves and the boy she knew as a child, Cassandra's world is turned upside down, once more when Luca is imprisoned by the Church, as the secrets of the eternal rose lowly surface. As the pieces fall into place, Cassandra, Falco, and Luca enter a world where their loyalties are tested, where their desires have the ability to consume them; but most of all; the power to destroy them; one by one. Will Cass finally find the fifth humour?
And if she does, what does it mean for everyone she loves?
With weeks to save Luca's life, Cassandra must rely on those whom she thinks she can trust, but knowing the difference between a friend and a foe becomes a question she can't seem to answer herself. Will she the book in time to save Lucas life? Or will she give in to the temptation? Cass has a choice to make? But which one will it be?"
Find out in the final installment of The Secrets of The Eternal Rose, out in book stores 1 April, 2014, for Australian readers.
This Belladonna book review was written by Snjezana Bobic
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The Secrets of the Eternal Rose #2
In the second in the stunning Secrets of the Eternal Rose series, Cassandra Caravello is trying to forget Falco, the wild artist who ran off with her heart, as she grows cl...
The Secrets of the Eternal Rose #3
Cass and Luca are fugitives, on the run from the law and the deadly Order of the Eternal Rose. As they separate to pursue the only evidence that could save them, their worl...
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