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BOOK REVIEW- BOUND IN BLACK BY JULIETTE CROSS

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In the belly of the beast, strategy is useless.

The Vessel Trilogy, Book 3

Genevieve Drake is on a dangerous mission to find the soul collector, Lethe, and enter the deepest, darkest level of the underworld. No one has ever returned alive from the belly of a soul collector, but she will let nothing stop her from going after the precious treasure Lethe stole from her.

As she is tested against demon spawn and foul creatures of the underworld, each triumph strengthens her Vessel power—and drags her closer to a breaking point that could forever doom her to the abyss.

Meanwhile, with the full prophecy hurtling toward completion, the Dominus Daemonum strategize for the day Gen will battle Prince Bamal’s Vessel to the death, when the Great War between heaven and hell will begin.

But Bamal has a secret weapon. When he reveals it—and Thomas reveals his own hidden agenda—Gen may not have the strength to resist the temptation to fall into darkness, forsaking the fate of the world for her broken heart.

Warning: Contains malicious demons, sinister spawn, and a vengeful heroine with plans to send them all back to burning hell.

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I was given a copy of this book by Netgalley for an honest review.

BOUND IN BLACK is a whirlwind adventure. Genevieve’s character is maturing and she is determined to find Jude. With the prophecy around the corner, she has to prevent it from happening and to stop the Great War between Heaven and Hell. Gen must make deals and honor them to get Jude away from Lethe. Someone in their group will betray them. Everything is on the line and they must win. I loved this book. The characters and story line are well crafted. I give BOUND IN BLACK 5/5 STARS. 

 

 

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BOOK REVIEW – THE RENFIELD SYNDROME BY J. A. SAARE

Book Description

February 3, 2015

The future can be altered, but the side effects can be hell.

Rhiannon’s Law, Book 2

Rhiannon believed a deranged child vampire was the most dangerous adversary she’d ever face, until she discovers something far worse. Sent forward in time, she hopes to deliver a message to her vampire lover, Disco, that will break the bargain she was forced to make with the demon Zagan. Until she finds reality altered almost beyond recognition.

Humans are nearly extinct, killed by a vaccine that was supposed to protect them from the effects of a bloodsucker’s bite. The few who have survived are now dominated by vampires. Worse, she finds that in this reality, there is no one she can trust.

Nearly crushed by loss and betrayal, she shifts focus from severing the old debt against Zagan, to exacting revenge—with consequences she never fathomed. Only by reaching deep into the darkness within her can she hope to find the strength to fight for her life against creatures that want her dead and buried.

Warning: Contains werewolves with wandering hands, vampires with a new thirst for blood, demons with serious issues, and a foul-mouthed heroine who refuses to become a damsel in distress.

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I was given a copy of this book by Netgalley for an honest review.

THE RENFIELD SYNDROME is a new take on the supernatural world.  The world building, character development, and story line is w  very well-developed. I loved the character of Rhiannon. She is a very strong-minded person and knows what she wants. She does not shy away from conflict, but embraces it.  When she tries to help her boyfriend get rid of his debt to a demon, the demon exacts revenge on Rhiannon. Now she must go back in time to prevent the Renfield Syndrome from happening. I loved this book and cannot wait until the next book. I am also going back to read the first book in the series. I give THE RENFIELD SYNDROME 5/ 5 stars.

 

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