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- Publisher: Tule Publishing (April 13, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 13, 2017
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- Language: English
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Blood Vowed (Blood Ravagers Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Rev has been in hiding from the Council for centuries. He has come a long away from being the Council’s Assassin. He wants to destroyed the Council and save and protect his friends in the Blood Ravagers gang. He was not looking, nor did he expect, especially with his sins, to find his true mate. Clair has been imprisoned with the Council her whole life. She is also a Dygarian, the last of her kind. All she wants is vengeance against the Council and the one who helped them destroy her people.
We finally get to see the elusive and evil Council. These three men have been using their powers not to uphold the supernatural world, but to control it and subjugate the supernaturals. Those that don’t get on their side soon learn the consequences.
Blood Vowed moved fast from the first to the last page. Rev and Clair have nice chemistry and their banter was enjoyable. There were secrets and pasts to overcome.
Just a few issues:
- The battle scene was lackluster. I was expecting more. Especially since we have been building up to this confrontation.
- I felt that one of the scenes, where the Council members parish, was taken from “The Darkest Seduction by Gena Showalter.” It was so close in similarities to when Krones dies in The Darkest Seduction.
- I found it odd that one of the Council members can just pull Clair anytime anywhere back to the Council headquarters. It didn’t make since this part; because she would permanently be trapped. Yet she escapes and they don’t pull her back until she has time with Rev. Then they keep pulling her back each time she escapes. My issue is if they can do this, then why did they wait the first time? It just felt silly and not thought out.
Blood Vowed was an enjoyable read. We get to finally meet the evil Council, change the future, and find love.
Rated: 3 Stars
*Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy provided by Barclay Publicity via NetGalley with the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
Keeping a secret from the one that you claim to be falling in love with is never a good idea, even if that secret will save them from hurting even further.
Reverend “Rev” Walker will learn this soon enough. After the last book, we find that not everything is going well with Rev. After letting himself be captured he is held in a dank cell the last place he wanted to be or see again. But that is not all, he finds himself not the only one that the Council has deemed fit to be held in their cell far away from other beings.
Claire Deveraux the last of the Dygarian a race of shadow-shifter wants revenge against the council and the person who slaughter her entire family. But before she could take revenge, she must escape from captivity. In order to do so, she must team up with the other prison.
Blood Vowed is the best of this series by far. It was a far more intriguing story and full of suspense than its predecessors. If you read the others in this series you will see what I mean. Rev and Clair were more engaging as a couple. They just click better for me faster than the twin’s storyline.
The banter between Rev and Claire was hilarious and the chemistry was golden. The only disappointing thing about the book was the battle. But then again that is just my opinion. But I would certainly recommend this book, heck the entire series for the gripping storyline alone.
romance.This book is so well written and thought out. I so
cannot wait for the next book.
This book is Rev's story and how he meets his life mate
Claire his Korshka. And of all places they meet in a dungeon.
He a vampire assassin and she a supposed long ago extinct
race called Dygarian,a race of shadow-shifters. She is so
beautiful with her green skin and red hair, well Rev believes
so. But he is keeping a secret from her, and that may be his
biggest mistake ever. But until then he will train her to fight.
But he is in for a surprise with her. She is a badass pure and
simple. I Love a book where the women are just as much a
hero as the men. And this book did not disappoint me. The
battle with the council was epic and loved how it all
went down. When you see who ended it you will love it.
So ready to read the next book.
Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. I hope
you enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this
book, please consider leaving a review. The Authors really
like it when you do; they value your opinions too.
Rev Walker is out to destroy the council; any way he can. When the story begins, he is being held captive by the Council but escapes with the help of a fellow captive, Clair, who he discovers is his mate. Clair is the last of her kind, and she wants revenge on all who destroyed her people. Little does she know; Rev is the assassin responsible for the destruction of her people. And he has lied to her. Will she be able to forgive him? Will the Council be defeated?
I was provided a copy of this book from LibraryThing in exchange for my honest review.