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A prequel to Paranormal Romance/ Urban Fantasy, Sanguis City(July 2013), the first Short to the Sanguis City series.--- Lilanoir Rue, a side effect of The End of the world, has never had a say in her future until now. A rift between two factions of the Human Reservation is growing and she is offered a life with the man she loves. But nothing is ever normal for Lily, even s A prequel to Paranormal Romance/ Urban Fantasy, Sanguis City(July 2013), the first Short to the Sanguis City series.--- Lilanoir Rue, a side effect of The End of the world, has never had a say in her future until now. A rift between two factions of the Human Reservation is growing and she is offered a life with the man she loves. But nothing is ever normal for Lily, even something as simple as love. Used to being called a monster, Lily meets a real one at the worst possible moment but finds out that he isn't the only one she needs to fear.


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A prequel to Paranormal Romance/ Urban Fantasy, Sanguis City(July 2013), the first Short to the Sanguis City series.--- Lilanoir Rue, a side effect of The End of the world, has never had a say in her future until now. A rift between two factions of the Human Reservation is growing and she is offered a life with the man she loves. But nothing is ever normal for Lily, even s A prequel to Paranormal Romance/ Urban Fantasy, Sanguis City(July 2013), the first Short to the Sanguis City series.--- Lilanoir Rue, a side effect of The End of the world, has never had a say in her future until now. A rift between two factions of the Human Reservation is growing and she is offered a life with the man she loves. But nothing is ever normal for Lily, even something as simple as love. Used to being called a monster, Lily meets a real one at the worst possible moment but finds out that he isn't the only one she needs to fear.

30 review for The Education of Lilanoir Rue

  1. 4 out of 5

    Peter John

    Lilanoir was born different, not exactly human but human with extras. Outcast from her human reservation an all ways barring being physically pushed out of the door, Lilanoir turns to Crow, the only person who sees passed her differences and loves her for who she is and not what she is. Set in an apocalyptic world where vampires are the dominant species and humans are scattered around the wasteland in reservations, The Education of Lilanoir Rue and The Sanguis City series hints at an intriguing p Lilanoir was born different, not exactly human but human with extras. Outcast from her human reservation an all ways barring being physically pushed out of the door, Lilanoir turns to Crow, the only person who sees passed her differences and loves her for who she is and not what she is. Set in an apocalyptic world where vampires are the dominant species and humans are scattered around the wasteland in reservations, The Education of Lilanoir Rue and The Sanguis City series hints at an intriguing past and an unsure future. Written with an almost personal style, you feel that Lilanoir is standing there telling you her story in her own words. Being a prequel short, The Education of Lilanoir leaves you wanting more and I eagerly await the release of the full length novel.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Glenna Maynard

    This is the prequel to Morgan Jane's upcoming release Sanguis City, which I am impatiently waiting for. In this story you are introduced to Lilanoir Rue, and learn of her time before she is forced to flee from the only life she has ever known. Lilanoir knows she is different from an early age everyone around her has always been clear in letting her know that her kind is not accepted among them. But what is Lilanoir's kind exactly, that is yet to be determined. Now that she is of age she has a This is the prequel to Morgan Jane's upcoming release Sanguis City, which I am impatiently waiting for. In this story you are introduced to Lilanoir Rue, and learn of her time before she is forced to flee from the only life she has ever known. Lilanoir knows she is different from an early age everyone around her has always been clear in letting her know that her kind is not accepted among them. But what is Lilanoir's kind exactly, that is yet to be determined. Now that she is of age she has a chance at love with Crow, let me just say tall, dark, handsome and dimples, I am swooning over this guy!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Crystal Marie

    While I am not normally a fan of prequels, I do have to say that I did enjoy reading this one! Knowing that there is a full length novel coming out soon, I think that the way that Morgan wrote this short was well done. We were able to find out a little bit about Lilanoir and what her childhood was like. There were little hints that we were able to learn things about her, but there was enough left out that it kept you wanting to know more and more! I can’t wait to read the full length novel to c While I am not normally a fan of prequels, I do have to say that I did enjoy reading this one! Knowing that there is a full length novel coming out soon, I think that the way that Morgan wrote this short was well done. We were able to find out a little bit about Lilanoir and what her childhood was like. There were little hints that we were able to learn things about her, but there was enough left out that it kept you wanting to know more and more! I can’t wait to read the full length novel to come!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    I am new to reviewing books but not new to reading. This short story had the makings of a book. I was impressed that this story read like a mystery/thriller. I was surprised more than a few times by the plot twists. It was very satisfing for a short story as well, quite long, it took me about an hour and a half to read it. **Spoiler Alert** Lilanoir lives somewhere in the mountains on a human reservation that is surrounded by a wall. I am assuming maybe the actual Cherokee reservation in North Ca I am new to reviewing books but not new to reading. This short story had the makings of a book. I was impressed that this story read like a mystery/thriller. I was surprised more than a few times by the plot twists. It was very satisfing for a short story as well, quite long, it took me about an hour and a half to read it. **Spoiler Alert** Lilanoir lives somewhere in the mountains on a human reservation that is surrounded by a wall. I am assuming maybe the actual Cherokee reservation in North Carolina because there are two factions in her community the Cherokee and 'the outsiders', that the natives invited into their land during "The End", as the author calls it. Lily, an outsider, was not born until her mother was safe inside the community and Lily is different. In this story she has turned 18 and is reunited with her lover, a native named Crow. Although she always thought they couldn't be together for more reasons than just their cultural differences, (I'll leave that one a mystery)fate would have it that there is a chance now but it isn't all that simple in this post-apocalyptic story. Lily finds out in a horrible way that things aren't as they seem in her community. The reader finds out, somewhat, why the world ended, what Lily is, and it all makes you say, Ah-ha... because the story reads like a mystery. This story sets up more to come, there is quite a cliff hanger at the end and unanswered questions. You will have to read to find out what happens to Lily and why she is now on her way to Sanguis City. Looking forward to the next story and see the book is coming in July. I am always looking for a new paranormal series that has more than just romance, this is looking like a ggood one.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alicia

    First off, I liked this book. Sometimes a short little read hits the spot. This what I liked: When the story line unfolded, I loved the way the author gave the reader pieces of what makes Lily special as well as hated for her differences. She is a strong female lead, and I really like reading about empowered women. The story, when it got moving, was engrossing and the pages flew. I am really looking forward to reading more and digging into exactly how different Lily is as well as where she fits First off, I liked this book. Sometimes a short little read hits the spot. This what I liked: When the story line unfolded, I loved the way the author gave the reader pieces of what makes Lily special as well as hated for her differences. She is a strong female lead, and I really like reading about empowered women. The story, when it got moving, was engrossing and the pages flew. I am really looking forward to reading more and digging into exactly how different Lily is as well as where she fits into this futuristic world. I REALLY liked when the action started. The so-so part: The beginning dragged and I thought the story was a few hundred years past, but it's set in the future, so keep that in mind and a lot will make sense earlier on. Will I read more? YES. Would I recommended? YES! Oh, and it's a cliffhanger, so order both both novellas so you can read them back to back.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mallory Bookprincess

    So I was browsing for a new vampire series since my all time favorite is ending in a few weeks when the cover for this short story literally jumped off the screen at me. I bought it immediately because it is a gorgeous cover! I wasn't sure what to expect from this new author. And let me just say I wasn't disappointed! It was fresh and kept me eager to turn the pages. I have to say I was disappointed to see it end, I wanted to keep going! Lilanoir's story has drawn me in I can not wait to read Sa So I was browsing for a new vampire series since my all time favorite is ending in a few weeks when the cover for this short story literally jumped off the screen at me. I bought it immediately because it is a gorgeous cover! I wasn't sure what to expect from this new author. And let me just say I wasn't disappointed! It was fresh and kept me eager to turn the pages. I have to say I was disappointed to see it end, I wanted to keep going! Lilanoir's story has drawn me in I can not wait to read Sanguis City to find out! If you want suspense a bit of romance and paranormal, read this it will hook you! I will be buying her next book!

  7. 5 out of 5

    William O'Brien

    Morgan Jane -prequels The Education of Lilanoir Rue is the first story (of two) and a prequel to Sanguis City. A fantastic story about Lily and Crow encapsulating love, fantasy and the paranormal. Certainly a good taste of only what one would assume to be a great novel. Lilanoir possesses gifts, which sets her 'away from the norm' and aching for love. A unique writing style draws you into vampires in this strange world. A super story with interesting characters and will leave you wanting the next Morgan Jane -prequels The Education of Lilanoir Rue is the first story (of two) and a prequel to Sanguis City. A fantastic story about Lily and Crow encapsulating love, fantasy and the paranormal. Certainly a good taste of only what one would assume to be a great novel. Lilanoir possesses gifts, which sets her 'away from the norm' and aching for love. A unique writing style draws you into vampires in this strange world. A super story with interesting characters and will leave you wanting the next phase!

  8. 5 out of 5

    K.N. Lee

    Excellent prequel to Morgan Jane's upcoming novel Sanguis City! I thoroughly enjoyed this fantastical short story about a girl named Lily. The imagery is brilliant and the story is fast paced. Even thought the author alludes to the fact that Lily isn't a normal human, she doesn't reveal too much of her abilities or differences. I appreciated this, because it definitely added to the suspense! I cannot wait to find our what happens next and find out what happened to her love interest, Crow!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dahlia

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Great short story! Looking forward to Sanguis City now. Curious! Obviously the monster is a vampire, and Lilanoir has vampire traits as well but is like a human too. After reading the synopsis of Sanguis City, I can't wait to meet the vampires she will meet there. (Because that is where she is being taken at the end of this short!)A city made for and by vampires sounds pretty interesting.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Betty

    This is a Short Prequel to the Paranormal Romance/ Urban Fantasy series Sanguis City. Lianoir Rue is different from the other people where she lives. They treat her with contempt and keep their distance from her. The only person interested in her is a Cherokee by the name of Crow. They have been friends for years. He has decided that he will marry Lily and take her to live in his town. He already has a wife, so Lily will be his 2nd wife. This is a very short story used to lead up to the series This is a Short Prequel to the Paranormal Romance/ Urban Fantasy series Sanguis City. Lianoir Rue is different from the other people where she lives. They treat her with contempt and keep their distance from her. The only person interested in her is a Cherokee by the name of Crow. They have been friends for years. He has decided that he will marry Lily and take her to live in his town. He already has a wife, so Lily will be his 2nd wife. This is a very short story used to lead up to the series. The ending is a bit abrupt. I look forward to reading more.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Morgan Mitchell

    *** Free for a limited time *** http://www.amazon.com/Education-Lilan... Now Available on Nook, Kobo, iBooks and Amazon Kindle This Short story is a great preview of what is to come in the book Sanguis City. If you are looking for a new paranormal romance/ urban fantasy series, look no further. *** Free for a limited time *** http://www.amazon.com/Education-Lilan... Now Available on Nook, Kobo, iBooks and Amazon Kindle This Short story is a great preview of what is to come in the book Sanguis City. If you are looking for a new paranormal romance/ urban fantasy series, look no further.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Pam Batchelor

    I enjoyed this prequel that I won at a FB party.. I was very surprised and quickly addicted to the characters. Can't wait to see where lily has gone!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Heather Vern

    Won this book back in 2013, forgot I had it. My cat was on the book shelf the other night and she for whatever reason knocked it down, so I decided I would read it. Wow!!! I am so glad I did!!! It was so good!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nikkita

    Interesting read! This is the first prequel to the Sanguis City books. It was quite interesting, not at all in my normal genre of books. However I really enjoyed the change up, very well written, very imaginative. Loved Lily so much!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Meigan

    This is the first of two prequels to the Sanguis City series. Lilanoir, aka Lily, is definitely an intriguing character. She is shunned and outcasted by not only her mother, but also from her town. She is called a monster and has supernatural strength and speed, hinting at the fact that she is a bit "different", but it's not quite fully revealed yet. The world is also quite different. It's a post-apocalyptic setting where humans are to live only in designated areas called Human Reservations. They This is the first of two prequels to the Sanguis City series. Lilanoir, aka Lily, is definitely an intriguing character. She is shunned and outcasted by not only her mother, but also from her town. She is called a monster and has supernatural strength and speed, hinting at the fact that she is a bit "different", but it's not quite fully revealed yet. The world is also quite different. It's a post-apocalyptic setting where humans are to live only in designated areas called Human Reservations. They are essentially like our Indian Reservations in the US in the sense that they are close-knit, and some people have even chosen to adopt different aspects of the American Indian culture, mainly Cherokee. Anything outside these areas are deemed dangerous and uninhabitable. Lily is asked by her best friend/love interest, Crow, to move out of the base where she currently lives and join him in the village. She goes back to her town to speak to her mother, and that's really when things get interesting. There were a few minor errors, mainly with the improper word being used - plaque instead of plague, devote as opposed to devout. It wasn't bad enough to pull me out of the story, which is always a good thing. I've been interested in this series for a while now, and decided to get a feel by reading the prequels. Based on this one alone, I am interested enough to move to the actual series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Melanie's

    *I was given this for review* Hmmmm I am not sure really how I feel about this short story (prequel). I thought at first it was set in the past but turns out it is set in a rather dystopian style future. Definitely an original take on the vampire style genre which is always nice to see but something about the book and the characters just didn't connect with me for some reason but I am not really sure why. V""V

  17. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    I really wish I had read this before Sanguis city. I think it helps make sense of what happens

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sónia Tigol

    This book was a freebie from Amazon. I really enjoy this book. This short story had the makings of a great series. I can’t wait to read the rest of the book’s.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Misty

  20. 4 out of 5

    Krystal

  21. 4 out of 5

    Roy Huff

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mandy

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Elizabeth

  24. 4 out of 5

    Georgianna Price

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mary Poytinger baumer

  26. 4 out of 5

    Bianca ღ

  27. 5 out of 5

    Anne Frisbie

  28. 4 out of 5

    Christine

  29. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Johnson Dye

  30. 5 out of 5

    Vivek

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