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House of Imperial (Secret Keepers #2)

Callie has spent her life moving towns every four months in a bid to stay off the grid." Her only family is a paranoid mother who believes theres a race of supernatural beings out there actively searching for Callie. A race who could destroy Earth if they get their hands on her. Callies never seen one thing to suggest theres any truth to moms insane ramblings, and at the age of eighteen now, shes grown numb to her reality shes never going to have a normal life.That is, until they move to New Orleans. The moment Callie steps foot into the Quarter, hears the jazz music, feels the soul of the city, the cold shell shes built to protect herself starts to thaw.Then they come for her. Turns out her moms stories are quite real, and whatever happens, Callies empty world will never be the same again....

Title : House of Imperial (Secret Keepers #2)
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ISBN : 40128630
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 268 pages
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House of Imperial (Secret Keepers #2) Reviews

  • Stacia

    Not as good as the first

    This book had a lot of potential. Really the whole series does. I usually love Jaymin's books but this fell a little short for me. I get it's hard to write a full connecting story into one book. I just didn't get the full connection here with the "main" characters, mainly because they never seemed to be together. It's this love story and Daniel keeps saying he'll never leave her but then they constantly are apart. Yet they fall so deep in love. It's hard to connect to. T

  • Sam Freese

    I loved this world that Jaymin created!!! This story follows two different main characters, Callie and Daniel. Emma, Lexen, and the others make an appearance through. Its a continuation of a bigger story over all. I LOVED Callie. She's funny, vulnerable, and strong. Callie and Daniel (who is so dreamy) have a fun chemistry. I read this book in one gulp because I couldn't put it down; it was intense, action packed, tender moments. I enjoyed seeing the other characters from another perspective. I ...more

  • Kimberly Fooshee

  • Mo

    Secret Keepers 2

    My main issue with this book is that everything seemed so forced upon the reader. I don't think I like Callie, but we were instantly supposed to accept her and Daniel's relationship? They met in New Orleans and Daniel wanted to help her and next thing you know they're soul bonded and next thing you know they're in love? I am not buying it. I am disappointed because I really felt the strong attachment to Daniel in House of Darken and I wanted him to have an elaborate story line wo

  • Sharon

    3.5 stars.

    The second Secret Keepers installment introduces the House of Imperial which is akin to the underworld. Think Hades and Persephone.

    The storytelling here is much longer and involved to explain who are the mysterious Daelighters and this strange otherworld ruled by the four Houses.

    Callie, who has been on the run for most of her life, meets the bold brash Daniel for the first time when he attempts to rescue her.

    But seeing the tall, bald and gorgeous man coming at her, Callie does the o

  • Krystal Macias

    "He shouldn't have entered my place acting like a creepy shit. Creeps get punched in the dick."

    By far my most favorite quote in this book!

    Continuing on from the first book we have a new secret keeper, Callie.

    She is used to being on the move because her mom is essentially paranoid. Beyond paranoid actually. But after they land themselves in New Orleans things seem to get more intense for them. Having been prepared her whole life by her mother she now actually has to face the fact that everything

  • Lissa Hawley

    Just as good as the first.

  • Marlinda Robinson

    Good, but I liked the first better

    I like this series overall, but I liked the first book so much better. I feel like it had more detail, more depth. Though still fast paced I felt like the relationships in the first book happened more organically. The love was able to grow and wasn’t instant. Though, I do like that this book came up with the whole fate and soul-mate spin to explain why they fell in love so fast as an explanation. I liked Emma more than Callie, but that’s probably just preference