All Things Wicked: A Dark Mission Novel

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HarperCollins, Jan 31, 2012 - Fiction - 384 pages
14 Reviews

Juliet Carpenter thought of the coven as family, but when she falls for a man who betrays them all, she’s left alone and desperately searching for a reason why. Caleb Leigh has spent the past year in hiding, unable to escape his demons. When Juliet finds him again, her need for vengeance clashes with the hunger still burning between them.

It’s a fight born from the embers of a half-forgotten attraction and the wounds of a past too raw to ignore. With enemies circling and secrets threatening to consume them, Caleb has no choice but to fulfill a promise made long ago—protect her, save her. Even if it costs him his blood, his body . . . and what’s left of his mind.

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My biggest issue with the story is the ending. - Goodreads
The other man didn't wait for an introduction. - Goodreads
Same with the sex scenes. - Goodreads

Review: All Things Wicked (Dark Mission #3)

User Review  - Britt Marczak - Goodreads

This is a difficult book to review. Don't get me wrong, I love Karina Cooper and her writing. This book, however, is just difficult. Caleb was redeemed as the hero for me, but it did take a while. I ... Read full review

Review: All Things Wicked (Dark Mission #3)

User Review  - Drea (LilyElement Reviews) - Goodreads

A note about how I review. A 5* book is either an Indie who doesn't have a huge publishing house behind them and needs more exposure (plus they're awesome) Or a 5* book is one that moved me in a way I ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Born from the genetic mash-up of lesser royalty, storytellers, wanderers, and dreamers, Karina Cooper was destined to be a creative genius. As a child, she moved all over the country like some kind of waifish blond gypsy and learned how to adapt to the new cultures her family settled in. When she (finally) grew up, she skipped the whole genius part and fell in love with writing paranormal romance because, really, who doesn’t love hot men and a happy ending?

When she isn’t writing about things that go bump in the night, Karina designs Steampunk and neo-Victorian couture for gentlemen hobbyists and ladies of questionable reputation. She lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest with a husband, three cats, one rabbit, and a passel of adopted gamer geeks.

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