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Disarming (The Vampires of Vegas Book II) (Reign of Blood 2) Kindle Edition
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Killing off Ferals by an unknown enemy...or possibly a saviour?
A fight for control, for survival, and for feelings for a certain someone...
April is so conflicted with her feelings for a certain someone. Come on, gal! You know what to do! #TeamRye
Elijah's point of view was so interesting - getting to know this mysterious new character. So excited! I'm so loving him! And Sarah!! Not going to say more... read the book!
No!! April, No!! #TeamRye Always!
Full of ferals, hybrids, love, despair, surprises, discoveries, secrets, hidden agendas and an adventure.
Perfect for readers of post-apocalyptic/paranormal romances.
Murphy's Law truly describes the world now... Whatever can go wrong WILL go wrong! April is stuck with her mother Helen who has retreated into agoraphobia and distanced herself from her children and the world to the point of complete introspection and self loathing disinterest. Helen will not even allow April to see to her grooming needs. April does not know what tortures her mother endured at the hands of Christian's Hive but she wishes her mother would snap out of it already! She(April) is just waaay too young to be the mother/teacher/protector/decision-maker for her family of hybrid humans! After all she is just 18!!! The new world order is no order at all with feral Zompires around every corner and more mysteries surfacing every day... Why can't she bring herself to commit to Rye? What is she going to do about her mother Helen? Does she really have a say on the Hive's ruling council or is it just for show to keep her around(she is after all the salvation of the hybrid vampires as she carries the cure to the wasting/rotting disease in her blood)? Will they ever find out what caused this terrible plague of death/undeath? Who or what is mass exterminating the Ferals? Or are they just committing mass suicide?
This book has the romance as a major issue for April to deal with... so I definitely would not consider this in any way a romance novel lol. The thrills and chills are a good spice for all the action and adventure. While the mysteries definitely make you want to yell at April to just mind her own business and stay in her quasi safe world instead of poking at every little thing that is new or different or confusing! I felt like the kid in the theater yelling at the girl on the screen "don't do it!" Alot of the time reading this book. The humor is present throughout even if it is of a Much darker flavor this time around :) I really enjoyed this book and can not wait to read the next one Amplified (Reign of Blood #3) or maybe Elijah (The Miel Chronicles) (A Reign of Blood Series Companion) the companion novella! I havent decided which yet ... But whichever I read I know it will be Awesome :)
***This series is suitable for mature young adult through adult readers
Words really can't express how much I love this series. It's action packed and a bit gory and, I LOVE the fact that vampires aren't overly romanticized. I love that they are good as well as evil. The characters are strong and real. I also love LOVE the emotion the narrator puts into the words. The series is like a breath of fresh air, kinda taking vampires back to their roots, in a way. But, the author puts enough of her own theory of them into the story to make them completely unique. Looking forward to getting into the next book.
There are a few twists and turns to the plot that throw you off expectations that were set up in the first book. Just keep up with the story and you will love where it is heading. The addition of new characters, some old friends and even a few old nemeses will turn up along the way that will leave you exasperated and thrilled.
Highly recommend the entire series. It is well thought out and makes wonderful use of the terrain of the Las Vegas valley to add to the story. There are local landmarks that are well established and maybe even visited so you can picture events as they unfold for many characters.