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Prophecy (Blood Moon Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Starting right where that novella ended, Blaze's life continues to get more complicated. On the run with Asha, they meet up with a copse man to try and find some answers. Instead what they find is Raven. And I definitely like him. Turns out he is the captain of the elite guard that protects the prince and was Blaze's best friend. Was being the key word. With Raven's punishment being far from normal, Blaze having no memory of his past life, and him growing up as a human it fast becomes apparent to Raven that something is definitely different about this rebirth of Blaze. Being freed by Raven of the binding tattoo before it can destroy him from the inside out, Blaze continues his change into the demon prince. Talon proves to be more of a demon than Blaze in his hunt for the two of them, killing countless innocents. Talon's pursual of them forces Blaze to chose whether or not to return to the demon realm. Seeing no other good options, he decides to follow Raven. Not knowing it at the time, but leaving Asha behind because she would never be allowed to live if she crossed over.
The ending was abrupt and had me saying "that's the end!?" But thankfully I already have a copy of the second book and will be jumping right in.
It's very easy to get into this story and root for the characters (or hate them) and the world building was done well. It's easy to visualize what's going on and get a feel for the world. One thing though is that this book could have used a little better editing because some things were obviously missed. For example, Asha was referred to as Ash a whole bunch of times. I don't know if that was purpose, but to me it just seemed liked misspellings that were not caught.
Asha has killed demons because of who she is. She is one of Talon's Dolls. Blaze is changing everything she thought she knew to. Matching marks, deceit, lies, and new friends/foes these two are on the run for their lives.
Will they make it through the city? or will someone find Blaze and kill him before he gets his memory back? I really enjoyed this and thankful for having the other two
The story picks up from a point but where that point starts is definitely not the beginning of the story. I looked but didn't see a prequel or short that might have given me any backstory and from what I read the back story would have been one hell of a story
I don't like being plopped down in the middle of something with no warning...she seemed to be trying to do the backstory but I lost interest
What I didn't like was the fact the characters all seemed to have the same voice, I didn't feel like there was any difference between them. If I didn't see their names written with there dialogue I'd probably have no idea who specifically it was. The main hero, if you wanna call him that, was kinda a tool. Throughout the entire book his biggest concern seemed to be his looks, and his hair. God forbid he didn't look good. This superficial issue was present among most of the male cast in this book, including the bad guy. Talon, whom happens to be the evil guy is just a sadistic weirdo who's suppose to be sensual or something. I wasn't believing that. Another character who happened to be Talons lover, was all ashamed of his body as well, even though nothing was wrong with him other than the fact he wasn't feminine. The whole m/m scenes just threw me off. I didn't anticipate that, and don't read books that have it in it. I think an m/m scene is something a guy should probably be writing, cause only they would understand what it's like, but that's just me.
Besides the characters, the other major issue is the fact this book feels more like a second in the series. I know there's a prequel novella to this series, it's even on the first page of the book. However, I feel like you really need to read that prequel to get a better grip on whats going on. The author does talk about what happened in tids bits throughout the story, but it's not the same. As soon as the book starts your just thrown into the aftermath of the novella, so it just doesn't flow for me.
What I did like was the fact that there was a strong heroine in this book. She could take care of herself, and pretty much needed to protect our MC the entire time. I also thought the idea of an organization of demon hunters controlling an entire city was interesting. I liked where the author was going with that, inside the city you needed to be wary of the demon hunters, while outside the actual demons would eat you up. The whole demon prince idea was also neat, but at the same time the MC ruined it.
I'm torn on this book, I don't think it's a bad book at all, but I don't think I'm the right audience for it either.
I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.