- Virtues of Purity -
Ruby Morgan (Book 3)
What’s the going rate for a 19-year old Fae at a blood auction?
I was supposed to charge my batteries back home for Christmas vacation. Delusional, I know. Out of nowhere, an Avalonian knight shows up on our doorstep to warn us about a dangerous fugitive he believes is after Mum. Something to do with her pure Morgana blood. Needless to say that any kind of relaxation went down the drain after that.
In the middle of it all, my best friend, Charlie, uncovers an underground market for PureX—a drug made from pure-blooded Magicals. We can’t leave well enough alone, so of course we decide to dig deeper. What we find makes even my Magical blood freeze.
I’m about to discover how much my blood is worth, and the price of that knowledge might be more than I can handle.
Before Reading "Virtues of Purity"...
“Virtues of Purity” is the third book in the “Ruby Morgan” series. As such, I highly recommend reading “Essence of Magic” and “Sentries of Camelot” first, since they introduce you to the characters and their world.
"Virtues of Purity" Reviewed
Glad that I took a chance on the 1st book in this series – they get better with every new release.
This book definitely rates as the best in the series, so far. I read this book over a very intense two-day span, which is something I haven’t done with a novel in a long time. Once things started happening, it was very hard to put this book down.
Given everything that’s happened to Ruby since we first met her, it’s hard to believe how little time has actually passed in her world. And the pace doesn’t let up for even a moment. – And that’s a good thing.
I love how the author has woven mythologies that I’m very familiar with into the story in new and exciting ways. I got a new perspective on characters I thought I knew, as well as bringing about revelations that open up so many possibilities for the remaining books in the series.
As for Ruby and her friends, this book has a lot of surprises in store, along with some very big changes to what they thought they knew of the world, and their places in it.