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Blood Tree: Silver Edition by [Dawn, Scarlett]
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Praise for Scarlett Dawn

"If you want three great short stories by one awesome, one-of-a-kind author, the Blood Tree boxed set is PERFECT for you!! Prepare for action, emotion, and blazing hot chemistry (Bunsen burners will explode people!) - is there a better combination???" Danielle, A Cup and A Book

"Blood Tree: Silver Edition 
truly a romantic urban fantasy on steroids, you can't help but become engrossed in their lives. Total. Book. Hangover." Beth, Tome Tender

"Blood Tree: Silver Edition
combines three well written paranormal romance novellas into one exciting and fun package." Lisa, The Reading Room Blog

Product Details

  • File Size: 2569 KB
  • Print Length: 284 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: October 25, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0176JLOGG
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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***I received an eARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of this review.

Blood Tree: Silver Edition by Scarlett Dawn is a fantastic new world about the light and dark fae and a mother/daughter duo who must learn to navigate that world. This special edition of the series contains Kenna’s and Juliet’s story along with a bonus short story told from their mutual friend Susan’s point of view.

The story begins with Kenna, Juliet’s daughter. She thought her mother was crazy with all her rules and paranoia until one night Juliet sends Kenna away with the instructions to follow the music and the white roses to safety. Yet there was music and a path of white roses that led Kenna right into the realm of the light fae! At the age of 13, she didn’t know that this was where she descended from. I like Kenna, even if she is a bit misguided. She knows who she is and what she believes and no one is going to tell her differently. She loves, she hates, and she follows all the rules laid out by her mom and the light fae with no question, but maybe a bit of impatience.

Part two of the story is Juliet’s story. It explains why she is an outsider and who Kenna’s father is. Juliet is a strong character and easily likable. She was raised a Light Elf, followed all the rules, until the night of her Blood Tree. Celebrating she has a one night stand, unfortunately that one night stand happened to be a Dark Elf. So Juliet’s life is upturned. She is forced to leave the only life she’s known by her parents who she thought she could turn to. She is now going to live in the human realm as a single mother AND she has to keep the father a secret.
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As with the previous two books in this series, I absolutely loved this book. At first I was confused because this book contains the first two, first Kenna's story, then the second, Juliet's story. I skimmed through those pages making sure there hadn't been changes made to the stories, but no they were the same. Then I finally hit upon the story that I was hoping for. Susan's story, and while the story still very much involves The first two couples. Susan's story takes the stage in this book. So if you haven't read Blood Tree part 1 & 2, no need it's all right here. I love this author's writing, she has a great, vivid imagination and can really turn up the heat between lovers. I definitely recommend and having read some of her other work, as well, I will continue to watch out for anything from this super talented author. I was generously provided a complimentary advanced reading copy of this book for an honest review.
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Once again, Scarlett has drawn me into this fantasy world where I want to know anything and everything. Her characters, the setting, even the turmoil...I just want to wrap myself up and never leave!

So, since I've already reviewed both Kenna's and Juliet's stories (which are the first two in this book), I'm going to give you my thoughts on the "bonus" story about Susan and Randor.

*sigh*

Susan is Juliet's old friend...because of events past, they aren't as close as they used to be but that doesn't stop Susan from making sure Juliet is safe. She still cares deeply for her friend and since Juliet is the weakest of the weak in the Light Realm, it's very easy for her to be taken and taken advantage of.

Randor is Julius' second in command. Now that Julius is pre-occupied with his love, Randor keeps an eye on things in the Light Realm...but, he's been watching the wrong charge. And when he enlists Susan to help him keep an eye on things, well...let's just say nothing goes to plan.

Now, there is a very angry Ruler of the Dark Elves and a power struggle to keep from causing a war between Light & Dark. Can Susan and Randor help to reestablish peace between the Elves?

What about each other? Can they focus on their chosen task of helping the Dark Ruler so they can finally succumb to the desires of their hearts?

LOVE LOVE LOVE! Susan is nosy, and smart. She has a huge heart but made stupid mistakes...and she's lived long enough to know, it takes time to forgive. She's held a flame for one man...and the time has come to see if it's returned.

If you enjoy a little fantasy mixed with your romance--a time and place that has nothing to do with reality, pick up Scarlett Dawn's books...any of them! This is a great start, it's short, it's sexy, it has enough suspense and angst to keep you on the edge of your seat and wanting more.
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Fiona - Fiona's Book Reviews's review Nov 04, 15 · edit
4 of 5 stars
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Read in November, 2015

I have previously read Blood Tree parts 1 & 2 when they were published seperately. I will include those individual reviews below, as well as do a review for this combined edition.

Kenna's story - I am a fan of this author, and couldn't wait to get stuck into this novella.

The story itself starts out really well, the fantasy storyline instantly drawing me in, and giving me an insight into a world we can only dream about.

The characters are all well written, there is a good storyline throughout, and as expected from this author there is a lot of hot action between the main characters.

It was quite a quick read, and therein lies one of two gripes I have!

As soon as the first major plot line had played out the story jumped ahead several years. It tended to do that a lot throughout, and that did make me feel I missed so much of the story which hasn't been written yet. I really would have liked this to have been a longer story, with the missing timeline being filled in a bit more.

My other main gripe is the ending. I seriously thought that the ending was leading to another part of this story. However, I quickly discovered that part two is going to be the mothers story. I believe it would be a great disappointment if the author didn't reconsider and create another book from the daughters point of view as I feel there is so much more to her story just waiting to be told. And I for one would most definitely read it!

Those minor gripes aside, I really enjoyed the story.
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