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Bloodright (Blood Moon Rising, Book 2) Paperback – April 3, 2012
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With that kind of background and sinspiration, is it any wonder that Sylvia Day has Tabke locked and loaded in her 'must-read' sights? She absolutely does, here's the proof:
"Tabke's edgy and delicious tales hold a top spot on my must-read list!" ~ Sylvia Day
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"You can always count on Karin Tabke novels for sultry heroines, naughty heroes, and heart-racing plots. Hands down, my favorite reads of all time." ~ Josie Brown
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Top Customer Reviews
BLOODRIGHT picks up right where BLOOD LAW (book 1) leaves off. Falon has just been given to Rafael's brother, Lucien, as payment of Blood Law. Rafael killed Lucien's true mate years ago, who he believed to be a Slayer, but Lucien claimed she wasn't and wanted Blood Law enacted, which basically means an eye for an eye. Instead of being given the chance to kill Falon, the council decides that since there's doubt on both brothers' claims, Lucien can have Falon as his own true mate, leaving her unharmed or release her to Rafael. He chooses to take her as his mate and leaves a broken hearted Rafael behind as Falon is now part of the Mondragon pack. The entire book focuses on Falon now being an alpha with Lucien and preparing for the big Blood Moon rising when the fight between the packs and the Slayers will come to a bloody conclusion. Rafael, being the honorable man that he is, has also promised to mark another mate in return for Lucien saving Falon when she's mortally wounded early on.
BLOOD LAW was the story of true mates Rafael and Falon, BLOODRIGHT is the story of true mates Lucien and Falon and I had such a hard time with this. In the first book, it's driven home, many times, about how Rafael and Falon and true mates, she loves him with all her heart and soul and would do anything for him. It takes her all of 40 pages in BLOODRIGHT to have sex with Lucien. To me, this trashes everything she was feeling for Rafael in book 1. Falon can't help how her body responds to Lucien, but she doesn't even try to resist him and after her initial plan to make his life a living hell gets forgotten rather quickly, she's starting to fall in love with the brother who wants nothing more than to see Rafael destroyed.Read more ›
So, was that strategy a success? Did it enable me to enjoy both books on their merits and not come away from them confused and somewhat angry? In a word: nope.
The following will have sort of light, general spoilers, and at a couple of points, I'll delve into more specific spoilers (but will include warning prior to those sections), so for everyone who wants to avoid that kind of thing, reading any further might not be such a good idea.
This isn't a review of the first book, but this book directly and irrevocably impacted my impression of that one, so I have to briefly address it. In short, I really liked it: I thought both Rafael and Falon were great characters, and I thought Ms. Tabke did a wonderful job in terms of developing their chemistry and connection. Even with that in mind, I tried to kind of temper my enjoyment, because I knew what was going to happen in this book.Read more ›
I'll be honest with you. This review is going to be breif, because I only made it 40 pages before I couldn't go any further, but I'll tell you what I know up until that point. I want to warn you though, if you have no desire to see any spoilers, I would stop now.
Bloodright is the second in author Karin Tabke's Blood Moon Rising Trilogy and I was so looking forward to enjoying another hot and steamy yet fully enriched story by one of my quickly becoming auto buy authors. I had everything - my favorite comfy seat, my cool beverage, and my tasty little snack for later - then tragedy strikes in the first chapter.
Bloodright picks up exactly where Blood Law's cliff-hanger dropped off. All hell has broken loose after the council's verdict that either Lucien can take Falon as his one true mate or leave her to Rafe and choose another. Lucien chooses his Bloodright, not for a love of Falon, but only to torture his brother more for his treachery at slaying his own chosen.
Falon is so in love with Rafe and hates Lucien so much that she would rather shoot herself than to go with him. She finds him selfish, mean, callous, and insensitive and quite frankly, so do I. By the time Lucien gets her to his lair; she's hurt and bleeding badly. It takes five days for her to heal, but for Falon, everything has just happened when she wakes up from her much needed recovery.
Karin is very good at what she does and that's why I loved reading her work so much. She has me right there with Falon in her distrust, disgust and her broken heart. I feel her pain and her lost.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
more mad that i can't find the last one grrrrump. i see book one i see the novel but no book three and i am left hanging...Published 19 months ago by melissa
This book and thwo others in the series were fabulous. I couln't put them down. I love her writing, very good for stirring the blood...Published on October 4, 2013 by Sharon Bielicki
I didn't think I would like this series, I wasn't sure what I was getting into when I ordered it or who she was as an author but I enjoyed each book and stupidly ordered book one... Read morePublished on September 11, 2013 by Jamie R Abreu
This is a great book, with all kinds of curves in it and a really great plot. You should read the first book in the series before
reading this one, so you know what went on... Read more
I loved the first book and I love the second book!! Huge fan of this series and im on the third book now which is sad cuz then its overPublished on August 16, 2013 by margarita
The book it's self was great but it helped that it can in great condition and was right on time.Published on July 20, 2013 by Kate
Blood Law was an okay read but Bloodright was... something else. This book's in a category all of its own and not in a good way I might add. Read morePublished on May 25, 2013 by RabidReads
I knew going in what I was getting in this trilogy so I knew book 2 was with the other brother. I did have a hard time on how she was so devoted to brother 1 and then went straight... Read morePublished on May 9, 2013 by Sandy