Deadly Vows (Lizzie Grace, #6)
Evil comes in all forms … and sometimes it wears a human mask. When the body of a newlywed is discovered on the reservation, Lizzie Grace throws herself into the investigation, needing a distraction from what she fears is coming not only for her but also Belle—her best friend and witch familiar.But as the body count grows and a desperate race begins to track down a supernatural entity capable of powerful magic, it becomes evident another deadly game has begun—one they may not win.Because the past—and the man—they ran from thirteen years ago has finally caught up with them.And he’s out for revenge…

Deadly Vows (Lizzie Grace, #6) Details

TitleDeadly Vows (Lizzie Grace, #6)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJun 23rd, 2020
PublisherKA Publishing PTY LTD
Rating
GenreFantasy, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Witches, Vampires, Magic, Shapeshifters

Deadly Vows (Lizzie Grace, #6) Review

  • Dominique
    January 1, 1970
    Coming out June 23, 2020.
  • Tanya Nellestein
    January 1, 1970
    Keri Arthur is the master of scaring the pants off me with her words. Her descriptions are so vivid, sending mere mortal imaginations into melt down. The long awaited confrontation delivers everything and so much more. The usual evil bestie preys upon the reservation while Lizzie’s past finally catches up with her and brings everyone to their knees. There are so many clues about what the future may hold for these characters and I am practically gagging for the next instalment!!
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  • Sofia
    January 1, 1970
    The book series is really exciting and cool!👍
  • Ami
    January 1, 1970
    After thirteen years of running and hiding, Elizabeth "Lizzie" Grace finally needs to confront her past nightmare, her bastard husband. Yes, Clayton Marlow is coming to get her, and certainly to leash more than a decade of hatred. Oh, and other than that, a ghoul seems to intent on killing newlyweds......Despite the case of brutal murders on brides and grooms, this book is definitely focuses on Lizzie's attempt to finally free of her husband. Thirteen years previously, she was drugged and coerce After thirteen years of running and hiding, Elizabeth "Lizzie" Grace finally needs to confront her past nightmare, her bastard husband. Yes, Clayton Marlow is coming to get her, and certainly to leash more than a decade of hatred. Oh, and other than that, a ghoul seems to intent on killing newlyweds......Despite the case of brutal murders on brides and grooms, this book is definitely focuses on Lizzie's attempt to finally free of her husband. Thirteen years previously, she was drugged and coerced by her own father to marry Clayton. And Clayton planned to rape her on their wedding night. Only with Belle's help that they could get away. Now, Lizzie is no longer an afraid and helpless sixteen year-old girl. She has her new "family" helping her, including her current boyfriend and her own cousin.I am really happy with how that particular plot ends in this book. Clayton is no longer a threat to Lizzie. I think the only thing left to deal with is more exploration about Lizzie's power and the wild magic, as well as how her relationship with Aiden will end. But no more Clayton. That particular case is over and done. So pheww. No cliffhanger too.I do hope that Arthur makes further development on the relationship; it seems to be moot at this point with Aiden's fate to marry a werewolf. I mean yes, Lizzie is moving in with Aiden in this book. But it's also rather annoying to be consistently being reminded that the relationship is temporary. I don't know how many books Arthur plans for this series but I hope that the relationship status will also be addressed soon.
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  • Meels
    January 1, 1970
    FINALLY! The Clayton storyline is finally here!!!It was good, but not 5 stars good. 1) She really needs to cut back on the “wobbly knees” and “collapsing”, but being caught by Aiden in the nick of time. Seriously. It’s like the idea version of repetitive words and phrases. Seemed like she was toppling over every other page. 2) The end felt a bit rushed. It was like running up to the pinnacle and then falling off a cliff on the other side. It was just over. Bam! We’ve been waiting for this resolu FINALLY! The Clayton storyline is finally here!!!It was good, but not 5 stars good. 1) She really needs to cut back on the “wobbly knees” and “collapsing”, but being caught by Aiden in the nick of time. Seriously. It’s like the idea version of repetitive words and phrases. Seemed like she was toppling over every other page. 2) The end felt a bit rushed. It was like running up to the pinnacle and then falling off a cliff on the other side. It was just over. Bam! We’ve been waiting for this resolution for a LONG time. I wanted to revel in it a little bit.I love Lizzie, I do. But, she is a bit of a doom and gloomer. I was starting to get a little bummed with all her negative vibing. I was glad to finally move to plot along though, and I do love our established cast of characters so much. I wish I could 5 star it, but...
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  • Barbara
    January 1, 1970
    Lizzie Grace, her werewolf lover Aiden and the other witches living on the werewolf reservation - her familiar Belle, Monty, Ashworth and Eli, all work together on a new case tracking down a supernatural being with powerful magic that is preying upon newlyweds. As if the murder investigation is not enough, they’re also working out what to do with the consequences of Lizzie and Belle’s past catching up to them. Lizzie has to communicate with the parents she wants nothing to do with, as well as th Lizzie Grace, her werewolf lover Aiden and the other witches living on the werewolf reservation - her familiar Belle, Monty, Ashworth and Eli, all work together on a new case tracking down a supernatural being with powerful magic that is preying upon newlyweds. As if the murder investigation is not enough, they’re also working out what to do with the consequences of Lizzie and Belle’s past catching up to them. Lizzie has to communicate with the parents she wants nothing to do with, as well as the man she hoped to never see again. The murder investigation is nothing compared to the family situation, but it all comes to a head with explosive results. I love this series and I look forward to seeing how Lizzie and Belle move on with their lives after this.
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  • Jumms
    January 1, 1970
    This wasn't the worst but also wasn't necessarily the best in the series. We've been waiting for the showdown since the very beginning of the book and the build up was almost better than how this played out.I really was waiting on this and it was just ok. It's great that we get a resolution one way or another abt her past. I'm glad that rather than dragging this out Keri Arthur handles it now. But it was just ok. There were parts that I thought I would be more emotional abt when it came to what This wasn't the worst but also wasn't necessarily the best in the series. We've been waiting for the showdown since the very beginning of the book and the build up was almost better than how this played out.I really was waiting on this and it was just ok. It's great that we get a resolution one way or another abt her past. I'm glad that rather than dragging this out Keri Arthur handles it now. But it was just ok. There were parts that I thought I would be more emotional abt when it came to what happened with Lizzie. Waiting to see how the next part of this shakes out as it deals with the other looming question that's been hanging over Lizzie.
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  • Marsha
    January 1, 1970
    “Deadly Vows” is another fabulous installment in the Lizzie Grace series that finally provided resolution to one of the overall conflicts: that of Lizzie’s ex, Clayton Marlowe. His pursuit of her and Belle has endured over 13 years and they have had enough. They have decided to take a stand!Of course there is a new demon in town who is feasting on the hearts of the newly wed because she had been jilted at the altar. She is not only a demon but a dark witch and is truly one awful creature.Lizzie “Deadly Vows” is another fabulous installment in the Lizzie Grace series that finally provided resolution to one of the overall conflicts: that of Lizzie’s ex, Clayton Marlowe. His pursuit of her and Belle has endured over 13 years and they have had enough. They have decided to take a stand!Of course there is a new demon in town who is feasting on the hearts of the newly wed because she had been jilted at the altar. She is not only a demon but a dark witch and is truly one awful creature.Lizzie and Aiden still manage to make time for one another although they are hard at work trying to vanquish the demon from the reservation. We also get a glimpse into Maelle’s world and boy is she scary.If you are anything like me you have been curious about Lizzie’s parents. Well, we also get a glimpse at both her mother and father. Quite honestly I like her adoptive family better than her real one.The next book promises more danger, love and heartbreak ahead but it is also full of hope. I for one cannot wait for book seven. Let’s just hope it’s soon.
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  • Darcy
    January 1, 1970
    It seemed like there was 2 parts to this one. First we had the dead bodies showing up and Lizzie jumped into help there. It took all of them to catch the bad guy and it was iffy a couple of times as the bad guy stayed ahead of them. But the part of this one that really interested me was how Lizzie and Belle's past came back at them and was dealt with once and for all. I really liked that this time around they had people on their side, ready to believe them and do what they could to help. What dr It seemed like there was 2 parts to this one. First we had the dead bodies showing up and Lizzie jumped into help there. It took all of them to catch the bad guy and it was iffy a couple of times as the bad guy stayed ahead of them. But the part of this one that really interested me was how Lizzie and Belle's past came back at them and was dealt with once and for all. I really liked that this time around they had people on their side, ready to believe them and do what they could to help. What drove me nuts is that the powers that be didn't listen to Lizzie when she said that they needed to be careful, that one of the people was unhinged. It took seeing all the awful things that were done until they actually believed, which was too late, Lizzie had to save herself. It will be interesting to see where things go from here for Lizzie and Belle now that they are free from the past.
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  • Dallass
    January 1, 1970
    So much fun. Completely addictive.I’m loving this series. The characters are very dynamic, and full of quirks, flaws and virtues. The ongoing, and underlying storyline has been building up to this final confrontation, and it was worth it. I loved how Lizzie finally got to vent her fury at her father, and now that contact has been renewed with her mother, well, I’m hoping we get to see more of the fallout fall onto the elder Marlowes.Although the epilogue was nothing too different from previous b So much fun. Completely addictive.I’m loving this series. The characters are very dynamic, and full of quirks, flaws and virtues. The ongoing, and underlying storyline has been building up to this final confrontation, and it was worth it. I loved how Lizzie finally got to vent her fury at her father, and now that contact has been renewed with her mother, well, I’m hoping we get to see more of the fallout fall onto the elder Marlowes.Although the epilogue was nothing too different from previous books, I’m hoping that this is not the final book because I need to know what happens now with Aiden, Belle, Monty and even Katie and Gabe, plus Lizzie’s deepening affinity with the wild magic needs more exploring.4.5 stars ⭐️
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  • Vallene Boddington
    January 1, 1970
    A witch, werewolf and familiar As always Keri Arthur has brought a world like no other. Filled with new villains and new magic. The landscapes of the Australian outback are vivid and surreal. The characters are relatable and lovable. Deadly vows is a continuation of The Lizzie Grace series. In this book we get some questions raised from the previous books answered. A path of the future is some what plotted. I recommend this series for anyone who loves Alpha werewolves that's stays on the right s A witch, werewolf and familiar As always Keri Arthur has brought a world like no other. Filled with new villains and new magic. The landscapes of the Australian outback are vivid and surreal. The characters are relatable and lovable. Deadly vows is a continuation of The Lizzie Grace series. In this book we get some questions raised from the previous books answered. A path of the future is some what plotted. I recommend this series for anyone who loves Alpha werewolves that's stays on the right side of the law. A fun loving witch with unbelievable power that has a familiar with a wicked tongue. A family dynamic created by the characters that hits you right in the feels.Quick easy read, filled with angst and adventure.
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  • Melindeeloo
    January 1, 1970
    This was a good installment, but I do have to say that I was a bit surprised - for some reason I was expecting this to be the final book as Lizzie and Belle were all set up to have to deal with the reason they've been on the run and for a showdown with Lizzie's personal bogie man (view spoiler)[ her husband, Clayton (hide spoiler)] I like that Lizzie has a lot of support at this point, from the "family" she and Belle have crafted for themselves and for some friends (and temporary allies) who are This was a good installment, but I do have to say that I was a bit surprised - for some reason I was expecting this to be the final book as Lizzie and Belle were all set up to have to deal with the reason they've been on the run and for a showdown with Lizzie's personal bogie man (view spoiler)[ her husband, Clayton (hide spoiler)] I like that Lizzie has a lot of support at this point, from the "family" she and Belle have crafted for themselves and for some friends (and temporary allies) who are willing to go to bat for her. There was a bit of foreshadowing, so I have a good idea where this is going next and I am still interested in Lizzie's life interspersed with the paranormal mysteries on the side and I am looking forward to the next book.
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  • Ruth Phillips
    January 1, 1970
    How long till the next one?So ... I got this new book and I was determined to make it last. I said I would only read the first chapter and next thing I know... the book is over and I need MORE!!!! Keri if you look at these reviews please please get us the next book soon. I don’t want to give away any spoilers but this was an awesome book. So many little twists and turns. You think it will end one way and then SURPRISE. It doesn’t. And there is still so much for us to learn.
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  • Lauren Holly
    January 1, 1970
    I think Keri Arthur is one of the most consistent authors for producing work that is of a high standard! Love her! Eagerly anticipated this book, I’m really glad Lizzie tackled some of the demons that had been haunting her since the beginning of the series. I would love in the future to see Lizzie really stick it to her arrogant father aswell! Who else loves Belle and Monty? They are going to be the most passively aggressive adorable couple ever! Because let’s be honest, it’s going to happen!! M I think Keri Arthur is one of the most consistent authors for producing work that is of a high standard! Love her! Eagerly anticipated this book, I’m really glad Lizzie tackled some of the demons that had been haunting her since the beginning of the series. I would love in the future to see Lizzie really stick it to her arrogant father aswell! Who else loves Belle and Monty? They are going to be the most passively aggressive adorable couple ever! Because let’s be honest, it’s going to happen!! My only complaint is I wish the books were longer! But then we can’t have everything 😜
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  • Michele bookloverforever
    January 1, 1970
    Years of fear lead to several final confrontations with those who betrayed and abused our heroine. A final and very deadly confrontation from Lizzie's rapist "husband" leaves her finally free to love again and cut ties to her nuclear family who now envy her newfound power. But she's finally free of her past and can now pursue her future. But will that include her werewolf lover whose mate will one day return?
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  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    Yummy....OMG I can't believe I am waiting for another book!! This series is as good as Keri's other books and utterly unputdownable. Clayton finally gets what's coming to him! And we learn a lot more about Maelle. Now we just need more in the lo e affair department and perhaps some more info on this family?If you like previous books by this author I defiantly suggest reading this series.
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  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    Loved it, entertaining This review may contain spoliers. .......Wow this book was fantastic. It kept me captivated from beginning to end. Lizzie and Belle together are a fantastic team, friends as well as witch and familiar they manage to support each other. This book had old foe's and family appear and I really felt for Lizzie, and everything she went through. Now we await Katie's prediction. I can't wait to see what will happen next.
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  • Kelly Roever
    January 1, 1970
    Loved everything about this book!So far in the series, this one us by far my favorite. The storyline continues and moves forward gloriously leaving the reader avidly looking forward to the next installment. Everything about this book kept my attention from beginning to end. I absolutely adore all the characters and cant wait for the next book to jump right back in and see where their story takes them.
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  • elizabeth ann wilson
    January 1, 1970
    Very satisfying!I do enjoy these books and this series. This was a one sitting read. I don't want to reveal any of the plot but suffice to say, someone gets their comeuppance!! And older family members start to realise just how much they have screwed up and Aiden is starting to realise that he cares more for Lizzie than he realises. So satisfying.
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  • Jen
    January 1, 1970
    Love it I absolutely love this series. I was so excited to see what would happened I didnt start this book until I knew I could read it without stopping. And I wasn't disappointed. I was afraid this was it, but someone said they think theres more books. I hope they are right. Too many unanswered questions.
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  • Kathy Crouch
    January 1, 1970
    Best Paranormal ReadsI'm a big paranormal reader. I discovered Keri Arthur by reading her Riley Jensen series. Lizzie and Belle have a confrontation coming that they might not survive. Can they save each other from the ghoul and the past that just caught up with them? Read this book and find out.
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  • Emma Fearon
    January 1, 1970
    Absolutely brilliantI have read most of Keri Arthur's books, but this is one of the best. I've enjoyed the whole Lizzie Grace series and this culmination of a major theme was extremely satisfying.But I still want to know what happens next. Please?
  • Laura Iverson
    January 1, 1970
    Love this book and this series!A delight to read, i keep coming back to this world over and over because it is fantastic. The subjects requiring trigger warnings were dealt with very well and i felt very seen
  • Melissa Izquierdo
    January 1, 1970
    Excellent, exciting readI am a fan of this series and Deadly Vows did not disappoint. There's much action and magic as Lizzie and Belle are finally forced to confront their past. I eagerly await the next book .
  • John Colley
    January 1, 1970
    TenseWow,not a relaxing novel. I was on edge the entire way through. However, I'm not really sure where the series goes from here and at most I only see one more book in which there will be heart break and possible redemption. Not an enjoyable book but a necessary book.
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  • Lisa
    January 1, 1970
    Bloody brilliant loved seeing my towns and cites from Australia in a book loved it the storyline and the finale ending of this was too good bloody perfect. One I will always re read over and over amazing series
  • Rivaley Patterson
    January 1, 1970
    Amazing ReadThis series is one of my favorite, the character development is amazing. Liz has come a far way and to see her step into all that power is amazing. I am excited to see what happens next for her especially with her love life and her parents.
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  • Jemma Weir
    January 1, 1970
    This book, as with all the others in the series, kept me hooked. When I wasn't reading it, I was counting the hours until I could. There was just enough resolved to keep me satisfied, but also enough hinted at to make me desperate for the next one.Highly recommend this series
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  • Linda
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 stars
  • Maggie Mcdonald
    January 1, 1970
    what a great book. I read it all in one day & stayed up way too late. some story lines were tied off but new lines were exposed and teased at. I can't wait for the next book. what a great book. I read it all in one day & stayed up way too late. some story lines were tied off but new lines were exposed and teased at. I can't wait for the next book.
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