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Reviewed by Rosie Malezer for Readers' Favorite
Procurement by Vicki-Ann Bush is the second book in the epic The Fulfillment series. Six months after Luke, Mary and Lilith drive away from the house in which a battle between archangels and archdemons had taken place, Luke finds himself in a warehouse, injured, and hiding from Astaroth and Abaddon, while wondering where Mary and Lilith are or even if they are okay. After the archdemons leave the building, Luke escapes and finds Mary and Lilith outside, both grateful that he is alive. With Lilith behind the wheel, the trio speed off in their car, seeking safer ground, but are again pursued by archdemons, which Mary quickly neutralizes. During their panicked conversations, Mary and Lilith are both taken aback when Mary, for the first time, calls Lilith ‘Mom.’ Stopping to fill the gas tank and grab refreshments, they are horrified when dark clouds approach fast, announcing the arrival of Mary’s evil father, Araqiel. The battle which Luke, Mary and Lilith are to face ends up pushing each one of them to their very limits with some victorious, yet heartbreaking results.
Once again, Vicki-Ann Bush has not disappointed in such an incredible delivery of an epic tale, designed to keep readers on their toes. I was unable to put Procurement down once I had started reading, as the fast-paced action between good and evil continued throughout the book, leaving me to wonder how the three heroes would escape from one moment to the next. With Mary being half dark, half light, I shuddered each time she transformed into her demonic persona in order to fight the archdemons, praying that she would return back to Luke and to the light where she belongs.