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The Savage Blood (#2): Alpha Warriors of the Band (The Savage Series) Kindle Edition

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....The Band. Two simple words, yet, oh Dear Lord. Every single one of these males are intense, and so protective. The equation makes for some of the most amazing males characters ever! Tamara [Rose Blodgett] keeps their personalities believable. Meaning, I've read books that have serious or bad-ass boys and yet something doesn't "Click", by a certain action or words. I get the wussy vibe and it ruins it for me. I'm not even sure that the males of The Band know what wussy means. Completely. Alpha-Male.- Calia Read, Author
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....I read this book in a day...ready for book 3! They are so addicting I cannot explain it with words- Francesca 
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....I have chosen a full five stars for this series, as it has held my attention throughout the four books, The story line is a little quirky and just when you think you know a character well, you find out something about them that you just were not expecting. I think that Tamara Rose Blodgett will become one of my favourite authors- angels18

From the Author

The Savage Series:
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Book #1- The Pearl Savage
#2- The Savage Blood
#3- The Savage Principle
#4- The Savage Vengeance
#5- The Savage Protector
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If you like the Savage Series you may like:
Blood Series:
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Book #1- Blood Singers
#2- Blood Song
#3- Blood Chosen
#4- Blood Reign (Newest release)

Product Details

  • File Size: 2462 KB
  • Print Length: 331 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Tamara Rose Blodgett; 2 edition (January 14, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 14, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006978WMQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139,362 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tamara Rose Blodgett is the author of over fifty titles, including her NEW YORK TIMES bestselling novel, A TERRIBLE LOVE, and the international bestselling TOKEN serial, written under the pen name Marata Eros. Tamara writes a variety of dark fiction in the genres of erotica, fantasy, horror, romance, suspense and sci-fi. She lives in South Dakota with her family and enjoys interacting with her readers.

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Novels:

DEATH:
(#1) Death Whispers
(#2) Death Speaks
(#3) Death Inception (novella)
(#4) Death Screams
(#5) Death Weeps
(#6) Unrequited Death
Spin-off
(#7) For the Love of Death
(#8) Death Blinks- early 2016

SAVAGE:
(#1) The Pearl Savage
(#2) The Savage Blood
(#3) The Savage Principle (novella)
(#4) The Savage Vengeance
(#5) The Savage Protector
(#6) The Savage Dream
(#6.1) The Dark Savage (Brief-Bites novelette)
(#6.2) The Dark Savage (Brief-Bites novelette)
(#6.3) The Dark Savage (Brief-Bites novelette) (July 2015)
(#6.4) The Dark Savage (Brief-Bites novelette) (coming soon!)
(#6.5) The Dark Savage (Brief-Bites novelette) (coming soon!)
(#6.6) The Dark Savage (Brief-Bites novelette) (coming soon!)
(#7) The Dark Savage coming Dec. 2015!

BLOOD:
(#1) Blood Singers
(#2) Blood Song
(#3) Blood Chosen
(#4) Blood Reign
(#5) Angelic Blood
Blood #6 coming soon!

REFLECTION:
(#1) The Reflective
(#2) The Reflective Cause ( Jul. 3, 2015)

Novelettes:

ALPHA CLAIM (Brief-Bites):
Vampire Alpha Claim 1
VAC2
VAC3
VAC4
VAC5
VAC6
Lycan Alpha Claim 1 (June 29, 2015)
LAC2 (July 27, 2015)
LAC3 (2015)
LAC4 (2015)
LAC5 (2015)
LAC6 (2015)

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By C. Read on November 20, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I've had a countdown in my mind until this book was released.
You see, after I had read the first book, The Pearl Savage, I became obsessed with MATTHEW, and this series.....

To quote my favorite Band Brother:
"Tell me you do not feel as I do and I will leave you and you may be with another"
Are you still doubting me?!?

Oh yes, Tamara goes there! I was sucked back into my favorite dystopian series once again....

Hardly any time passes between these two novels. In Blood Savage, Clara, along with The Band are traveling to the sea to hopefully find out what exactly Clara is, and if they can find her real mother.

But their long journey not as smooth as they hope. Along the way many people die, battles are frequent. They are more alert than ever to get to the sea.

I have to say when they do arrive to their destination, that it's my favorite part! I loved the new characters introduced into the series.

Rowenna: She may be a woman but she's a complete warrior! Nothing brings her down, and she holds her own 100%. I knew that any scene involving her would be a good one.

Maddoc: (loving the name) As part of The Band, you know he's protective, humungous, and gorgeous. Yep, he's a character that I enjoyed!
I enjoyed these characters because Tamara gives you glimpse into their world but not so much were you start to become so bored that you're wondering when you'll get back to the MC's.

But enough about the newbies....

The Band. Two simple words, yet, oh Dear Lord.
Every single one of these males are intense, and so protective. The equation makes for some of the most amazing males characters ever!
Tamara keeps their personalities believable.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By mmillar on April 4, 2012
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I give three stars to this book mainly because

1) It had a fast pacing so I wasn't necessarily bored and was a fast read
2) I love the plot and how original it is .. I have hopes the 3rd book will get better and this is why I put up 3 stars
2) BUT, there were so many things that DID bother me!

What bothered me deeply was the lack of depth of the book. In comparison to the first book, this one hardly had any depth at all but focused on Clara's inability to choose for herself. The first book felt more real which this book definitely lost and instead was as predictable and vapid as any other teen romance. I like to read something that is a bit more realistic. I understand the point of Clara is to be a super-female that attracts men like moths to light. At the same time, I found it a bit ridiculous that she had more than 2 (at most 4) men hanging over her at any time in the novel, and yet she couldn't make up her mind on who to choose. It was so obvious how much she loves Matthew, and yet she won't choose! Another annoying fact was the more common occurrence of Clara jumping between two males as they fought over her (the attacker was usually Matthew). I don't know how many times this happened, but by the fourth time I was just tired of multiple love interests. It just became incredibly predictable and obvious, which isn't something I like to see when halfway through the book.

If you have a hard time reading books that leave you raging at the female character and the main male character, or you get bored with predictable books .. this may not be the book for you.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 21, 2012
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I REALLY liked the first book in this series, so I immediately devoured the second book. But about halfway through I realized that this book has a formula and even the great characters and interesting world can't completely make up for the storyline. It felt like I was stuck in a cycle of attempted rape, two men fighting over a woman, throw in additional suitor, then repeat with different characters, second verse. And third verse. And fourth verse. By the end of the story I was really sick of it.

Will I read the next book? Definitely. I love this author's writing style and she has created a fascinating world. I am also planning on picking up other books of hers. But is this as good as the first book? Definitely not.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Book Vacation on November 24, 2011
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If you ask me, I'd have to say that Blodgett's writing keeps getting better with time. Although I really enjoyed the first novel in this series, The Pearl Savage (Volume 1), I absolutely adored The Savage Blood. Blodgett has fleshed out her amazing characters even more in this sequel, giving the reader new insights and explanations regarding Clara's background, as well as the world in which the characters all thrive. This really is a riveting read, and I can't explain enough how mind-blowing this novel really is.

I love that this novel is set in the future, but feels much more like the past, and there's a reason for this, but I can't give away any secrets. One of the ways Blodgett is able to make this novel feel like it's in the past is through maintaining a more archaic dialogue throughout the novel. This, to me, is amazing and shows just how much time and thought Blodgett put into writing this series. The dialogue never slips into more modern lingo in terms of the main characters, and while more modern colloquialisms do end up playing a part in the novel, Blodgett explains their appearance within the story very well. I thought this usage of proper archaic language versus modern slang was fascinating and really love the way Blodgett brings them together both inside, and outside, the sphere.

Though this story isn't real, and neither are the circumstances, Blodgett is able to create such a riveting world that it becomes real for the reader. I felt as if I was a part of the story throughout the entire novel, which is an absolutely awesome feeling, but also a little disconcerting as some of the characters, such as Prince Frederic, have a bit of a violent streak.
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