#REVIEW: A Sacred Vow by Willa Thorne


This book was received via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

I am a big fan of vampire romance, and Willa Thorne has really done this justice.

This is the story of Julian Deveraux who was changed it to a vampire more than 250 years ago.  His maker Gideon has ensured that the Cormac bloodline is to be terminated and Julian made a sacred vow to ensure this was done to the last living descendant, but what he didn’t know was that the curse put on him by a gypsy woman would finally be realised when he does meet the last of the Cormac line in Lia Gilligan.

Lia and Julian are soulmates which is very rare for vampires but she is also a Cormac, (which she doesn’t know about) and we see their journey from meeting a an art museum to declaring their love for each other  whilst trying to stay alive from being killed by Gideon and his coven.

I can’t wait to see what happen next with Julian and Lia and also the stories of Nolan and Evie, and Felix and Jamie.

A Sacred Vow


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