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Kali becomes very melancholy during rhane's absence. When rhane gets back home he see that the situation is much worse than he feared and is unsure if there is anyone he can trust. As a last resort Kali goes to Wesley for help in getting Rhane back from the primes.
Kali and the other kin set off on a dangerous journey to secure the siren's heart in hopes of securing rhane and war's release. I love this series, with each book I fall more in love with the charcters and the story. I still love orrin, he is very dedicated to those he loves and his and kali's relationship is that of brother and sisiter or best friends and gets really strong in this book. Again do not read this book unless you have read the first two in the series as you would be very confused. Feb 02, Melonie Piper rated it liked it.source site
When I opened this book, I seriously felt like I had missed something. As in, a whole book in between that one and the one I had just finished. There's a BIG jump there. While it's useful to do that in order to get the characters old enough to be independent and of legal age to consummate their physical relationship, it's really distracting, as a reader, to have so much time pass and have NOTHING happen. Just as I felt I was maybe understanding what was going on in the series, the rug gets pulle When I opened this book, I seriously felt like I had missed something.
Just as I felt I was maybe understanding what was going on in the series, the rug gets pulled out from the reader and I'm looking around going "What the heck happened?! There were several plot points that I enjoyed reading, and they radically shifted the dynamic between the characters.
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Once I got past the big jump at the beginning and things got back to where they should be, I began to enjoy what was being presented to me. Jan 01, Megan Gillis rated it it was amazing. This series keeps getting better and better. The plot is just amazing and intricate. Again I could not put this book down either!
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Born and raised in a small sunny town in South Carolina, Eden finds thunderstorms to be inspiring. There are few things she loves more except maybe cake than curling up with a good book on a rainy day, often reading into the wee hours of morning when something really grabs her.
Rather than being backed into a genre corner, Eden loves to blend elements of romance, fantasy, sci-fi, comedy, action, Born and raised in a small sunny town in South Carolina, Eden finds thunderstorms to be inspiring. Rather than being backed into a genre corner, Eden loves to blend elements of romance, fantasy, sci-fi, comedy, action, mystery and adventure into her novels. Other books in the series. I highly recommend this phenomenal read! This unusual approach to novel writing has produced a story that will thrill paranormal and historical romance lovers alike The romances, and there are more than one in this novel, are at times sweet and at other times extremely intense.
Laurence has imbued her characters with traits that range from one extreme to the other, from honor to depravity.
Bloodchained by Diana Laurence
I cried at heartbreaking moments in the story. At other moments, I laughed at the quick wit exhibited by several of the characters.
Through it all, I enjoyed this story of love and passion, betrayal and redemption. Grab a copy of this superb book and experience the world of the Roicans for yourself. In , Laurence and illustrator CC Rogers released Sign of the Bloodletters , a page comic book based in the Bloodchained universe. The comic takes place at Swife's Inn, where young Nevia Swife and her father Artur are visited by two strangers with disparate views of the legendary "Bloodletters. In addition to the print version offered for sale, Living Beyond Reality Press published the comic book free online on the Bloodchained website.
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