Publish date: October 4th 2011
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: Order of the Sicari (#3)
Inferno's Kiss was unbelievable. To be honest, upon reading the excerpt previous to having read the book, I loved the idea of Atia and Marcus. They were the ones who had my attention. But then came Dante... He is hands down, one of the best male characters I have ever read about. He is an intriguing...
I felt a little let down with the third book of the Order of the Sicari, I didn't feel the chemistry between Dante and Cleo as I should have done and wasn't overly pleased with the secondary relationship between Cleo's parents. However, I was pleased with the ending and have high hopes for the fourt...
Monica Burns spins her best addition to her Order of the Sicari series showcasing her talent as a master storyteller.Cleo Vorenus can’t handle another change in her life. First she learns that she has a brother who was abducted by their enemy. The same brother hates her people, the Sicari, and who c...
DISCLOSURE: I had the honor of reading Inferno’s Kiss and offering my opinion and insight as a beta reader. With that in mind, I do believe that Inferno’s Kiss, the third book in the Order of the Sicari is one of the best books Monica Burns has written to date. This is a hodge podge of fantasy, adve...
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