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“Blood Slave,” book three in the “Realm Walker” series is a well-written paranormal-romance novel that includes a plethora of characters such as vampires, mage, fae, werewolves, and demons just to name a few. The hero of the story is Thomas, master vampire and mate to our heroine, Juliana, realm walker. I’ve liked Thomas since book one but have to say that by the end of this novel I absolutely loved him. His love, loyalty, dedication and everything else he feels for Juliana is so pure and true. I absolutely love that he’s always upfront about his feelings for her, and not just to show everyone his claim on her, but the way he’s able to show his love for her without actually having to say it. And as master vampire he is of course a sexy vamp. Yes, they have sex but it’s not very detailed (which is unfortunate). Juliana may be strong, smart, and courageous, not to mention knows how to kick ass, but I do appreciate how often her vulnerability comes to surface and her need for Thomas. Her love for him is also very strong, but I do wish she’d give him a little break as she always leaves him in constant worry about her. Like another reader mentioned, I don’t think the need to lie to him about her absence was necessary at all.Read more ›
As per usual - ask Juliana and she'll tell you the same thing - nothing goes as planned. Aggressive vampires come out of the darkness, Juliana's undercover op gets compromised, and she ends up in a situation that that just might get her killed - for good this time. It's a good thing her mate is a very powerful vampire and her kinfolk can be summoned on a whim.
The Realm Walker Series is a gritty urban fantasy collection that keeps the reader intrigued from the get go. The plot and storylines are engaging and keep the readers coming back for more. There are several returning characters and some that are brand new in Book 3. Each secondary character plays out their role perfectly. Good or bad, these characters were written well.
The relationship between Thomas and Juliana is enjoyable. She's his mate and has finally fully accepted her feelings for him and his for her. She's stubborn and I don't really see that changing much. Thomas loves her and dotes on her to the best of his ability while still trying to give Juliana the space and independence she requires. The lovey-dovey situations are sweet and romantic.
I absolutely love this series. The author's writing draws in the reader with excellent character development, world building, and dialogue.Read more ›
Juliana Norris is still reeling from the loss of her sister-in-law during Juliana’s investigation into The Thief. Juliana blames herself, citing that she should have seen some kind of sign as to who the killer was. Although, no one else (except maybe for her niece Rachel) blames Juliana.
When zombies start showing up in the Dead Zone—an area of land where no life is permitted—of course this draws the attention of the Agency. When said zombies then turn out to be women from missing persons cases and all the bodies feature a myriad of bite marks, all eyes are drawn to Kansas City and the Territory of vampire Charles Morgan. Morgan, not a favorite within the Council, runs his territory with an iron fist, and any kind of depravity is allowed within its boundaries. Blood Slaves, those that get a high from the vampire’s bite, are all too common.
When Juliana gets sent undercover to find the murderer, it’s probably with a little too much gusto that she hooks into the case. She wants to prove to everyone (e.g. herself) that she’s still capable of doing the job and getting it done without anyone getting killed.
Kathleen Collins presents Juliana’s sense of loss and her own personal failure loud and clear throughout the whole story. Even without openly acknowledging why Juliana becomes so wrapped up in this case, her motivations her very apparent. She’s still grieving. Unfortunately it’s also Juliana’s determination to prove herself that causes her to take unnecessary risks: like lying to Thomas about where she’s going.
I have always liked Thomas Kendrick, but with Blood Slave that like turns into love. His devotion to Juliana is so clear.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was during the course of this book that I realize I had somehow come to like Juliana’s vampire lover, Thomas. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jeanette Andromeda
*I was provided a complementary copy in exchange for an honest review.
So, here we are in the next of the series for Thomas and Juliana. Read more
Still a good story, but the deus ex machina for EVERY novel is a bit lazy. Every book, Juiliana's father plays a critical role in the resolution. Sigh...Published 9 months ago by toalexworld
Let's give it 3.5. I liked it, especially since the situation Juliana found herself in was legitimately more dangerous. That being said, I wanted more danger. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amy Braun