Monday, November 12, 2012

Book Tour: Allegiance by K. A. Tucker Review & Excerpt & Giveaway


Evangeline finally got what she longed for—the cursed pendant off her neck and Caden in her arms—only it came at a steep price. An unknown poison now courses through her body, slowly morphing her into something no one but the Fates can foresee.She has her suspicions, though...and if she is right, it will spell certain ruin for her and Caden. But she won’t last long enough to realize that, if Viggo and Mortimer uncover the treasonous secrets she keeps from them– that Veronique, no longer entombed, is now in the torturous clutches of the witches and the People’s Sentinel, or that she is protecting a Sentinel within their very midst.

Always the naive human caught in the vampires’ web of deceit, Evangeline is now weaving her own dangerous web so she can keep her friend alive, rescue Veronique, and stop a seemingly inevitable war from erupting. But can her honor handle the depths of duplicity to which she must descend, in order to be in league with the vampires?

Dark and gripping, riddled with angst, Allegiance will have readers anxiously turning pages to find out if Evangeline can survive, or if she’ll spiral into disaster.


What the hell was that? My tortured conscience screamed out in frustration. Instant paranoia set in. Maybe he’s not as attracted to me anymore! Studying my face rather than my wound in the mirror, I realized that could be entirely possible. The lighting in here was harsh but … wow! I was a mere shadow of my regular self—my sallow, blood-drained complexion contrasted hideously with black circles around flat brown eyes. With my matted, scraggly hair, I could pass for a vagrant. I hadn’t bathed in a few days … I lifted my arm and sniffed. No wonder Caden shoved me in here. Suddenly horrified, I knew I had to rectify this immediately.

“I’ll be out in twenty!” I yelled as I turned on the taps of the deep claw-foot soaker tub.

I shaved and sloughed off days of sweat, tears, and travel in borderline scalding water until my skin was as fresh and pink as a newborn’s bottom. Scrambling out, I quickly toweled off and then proceeded to slather on a myriad of luxurious creams found on the counter, meant to make my body silky smooth and deliciously scented—a different one for my elbows, my heels, my chest … There! Better. Maybe Caden would be more interested now that I didn’t smell like Sasquatch. What did “interested” mean, though? A ball of anxiety exploded in me. What would happen if … What was I about to walk in to? I knew he was way more experienced than I was. I had been unfortunate enough to witness Rachel molest him back on Ratheus. But if he expected more? All of it …

I stood frozen, staring at the back of the door, wondering what he was doing on the other side. Maybe he was already stretched out in my bed, cradling his head under linked hands, waiting for me. My palms began to sweat, my mouth went dry, and the walls shifted slightly. I didn’t know what I was doing. Was I ready for this?


So much happens!! Crazy! Once you think "oh yay it might work out" BAM Another twist!
I love that it switches off between Sophie and Evangeline. You get to see all the little stuff (and big stuff) happening with both of them. I do feel a bit bad for Sophie because the Fates are tricky and a bit cruel. 
You get to learn soo much about everyone and I love them all! But I am a bit iffy with Caden, I mean he is great and all. Always trying to protect and do whats best for Evangeline but I felt like he was hot and cold all the time. But I guess it does much some sense but still!
Some parts I was laughing out loud at and other I was practically biting my nails!
There is never a dull moment in this book!
One thing that I really loved about this book more than the others is that Evangeline is not so innocent and trusting (well she is but...not quite as much). If I had to keep all those secrets I think my head would explode! Or I would say something rude and revealing to Viggo just to make him stop talking (and to rub it in his face that I knew something). 
This was really a great book! It tied up all the loose ends of the other two books perfectly but will there be another one? (I don't know, but hopefully there will be).
4/5 Stars.

About the Author:

Born in small-town Ontario, Kathleen published her first book at the age of six with the help of her elementary school librarian and a box of crayons. She is a voracious reader and the farthest thing from a genre-snob, loving everything from High Fantasy to Chick Lit. Kathleen currently resides in a quaint small town outside of Toronto with her husband, two beautiful girls, and an exhausting brood of four-legged creatures.

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