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Product Details

  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley Trade; 1 edition (April 3, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 042524301X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425243015
  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 0.9 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,281,294 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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'Sumptuous, sexy, superb!' Monica McCarty, New York Times bestselling author 'Intensely emotional and action filled, Tabke's novel will pull you in from the beginning. The characters are passionate and multifaceted and complement the sizzling story' Romantic Times --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

About the Author

Karin Tabke is a full-time writer who draws on a lifetime of stories and backdrops that few outside of the law enforcement community ever see, let alone hear about. Controlled chaos now reigns supreme through the pages she writes, where hot heroes serve, protect, and pleasure from page one to the end. Visit her at www.KarinTabke.com.

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"Tabke's edgy and delicious tales hold a top spot on my must-read list!" Sylvia Day

"No one writes hot cops better than Karin Tabke!" ~ Bella Andre, NYT Bestselling Author of "The Sullivans"

"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, author The Housewife Assassin's Handbook series

"Karin Tabke blends hot and sexy with edge of your seat suspense like no one else!" USA Today Bestseller Debra Webb


National bestselling, award-winning author Karin Tabke isn't just another author with steamy stories to tell, but a cop's wife who has "seen it all and heard it all." Some of the hottest stories come from behind the blue wall of law enforcement rather than from in front. Married to a street cop, now retired, Karin is intimate with both and proves it with her sizzling tales of hot cops.

Customer Reviews

The relationship that Falon and Lucien developed just didn't seem sincere.
Dark Faerie Tales
I would have DNF'd the book right at that point had there been more than about 50 pages left in the story.
Jess
This book was wonderful...I can hardly wait until her next book in the series comes out.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jess on April 3, 2012
Format: Paperback
*Contains some spoilers*

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.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By weathered1 VINE VOICE on August 8, 2012
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I've enjoyed Karin Tabke's books in the past, and I happened upon mentions of these books and was intrigued. So many of the reviews for the first book were glowing, and I knew immediately that I had to read it. However, I've been burned by cliffhangers in series/trilogies before, so I decided to take a look at people's thoughts on this book before I picked up the preceding one. Well, the reviews were obviously somewhat less enthusiastic for this one, and that gave me pause. My curiosity was still piqued as to what had everyone so riled up, so I decided that maybe if I read both books back-to-back, knowing what to expect, that the events in book two wouldn't be as off-putting as they were for some of the readers who went into it not having any spoiler-related knowledge.

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.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 4, 2012
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I loved this series from the first installment of Bloodlaw. Yet, I came away confused by the mixed emotions and responses of Falon, the heroine. I guess I find that her ability to claim love for Rafael seems a little farfetched
considering her sexual responses to Lucien. I also feel that Rafael becomes the weaker character in the second novel. I know that as alphas both Lucien and Raphael should still maintain dominant roles. I believe that Rafael has lost sight of that here. The book centers around Falon, yet I find her character weak due to her emotional instability throughout the story. It could have been a strong story had she truely believed in her love for Rafael and acted on those emotions as she was so quick to do for Lucien. Maybe I could believe her responses were more from a mature Alpha struggle rather than a decision based on immature morals.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kitt Wilson on May 15, 2012
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My heart is completely broken and I feel slightly sick to my stomach now.

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.
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