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Bloodborne (Night Shift) (Volume 2) Paperback – January 12, 2017
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This story totally sucked me in (haha, see what I did there?). It’s been a while since a book has given me the freaking willies, but this tale succeeded. So much so, that I made sure the lights were on all over the house for a few nights after I finished it – I kid you not.
We follow Dr Lili Banta, from the CDC, and FBI Agent Scott Chandler, from the vampire-hunting unit, as they work together to find the source of the contagion targeting the children of Houston. Yet, the threat is closer than either of them realise. As lines become blurred and myths become reality, the tension escalates to epic proportions.
Amidst all the chaos, romance blossoms between Lili and Scott:
“I thought this connection between us, whatever else it might be, could possibly turn into something more.”
But, given the intense circumstances and stakes *snorts* involved, does their relationship even stand a chance?
Oh my days, this book nearly gave me heart failure. I squealed like a little girl twice with fright whilst reading it. I’m sure if anyone saw me reading it they would’ve thought I was certifiable as I was having full-on conversations with my kindle screen.
I was on the edge of my seat right to the jaw dropping climatic end. One which I did not see coming, let me tell you. With shouts of ‘Portals’ and ‘You can’t leave it there’, I was screaming threats of violence, lol.
Put it this way, I immediately went off and downloaded Sanguinary, Book 1 to read in an effort to tide me over on the wait for the next book. I just pray to the Powers That Be i.e. the author, that my wait isn’t a long one because patience is not a virtue I happen to possess – go figure!