- File Size: 972 KB
- Print Length: 73 pages
- Publisher: Orbit (October 28, 2013)
- Publication Date: October 28, 2013
- Sold by: Hachette Book Group
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ESIX5OI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #432,892 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Rusted Veins: A Sabina Kane Novella (Sabina Kane series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Sabina and the gang are back! This takes place awhile after Blue-Blooded Vamp and things are going pretty good for Sabina. She's working on the council, as is her sister. Life is just good. Then upon returning home, she expects to spend some much needed time with Adam. But then a big problem lands in their lap and Adam feels obligated to help since it involves his ex-girlfriend. Sabina still has a few minor insecurities over this matter and wondering if Adam is going to leave her, but they quickly work through that issue with that much needed lovin!
Then Team Awesome is off to find and rescue Cadence. But as it turns out, Sabina is going to have to talk with another vampire ruler in New Orleans, and let's just say he isn't Sabina's biggest fan either. Finding Cadence is going to be a lot harder than she though!
I loved returning to Sabina and her world! Truly loved every moment of her kickass series! The action, the romance, the snark, the characters...just everything! We get a nice little taste of that everything again in Rusted Veins! And it's in New Orleans!! Where RT 2014 is going to be held, so it was fun just to walk the streets of where I'll be next year! I always find it fun to read a book based in a place that I've visited or plan to visit. It's just a fun feeling, like you get when you see a movie being filmed in a place you live in or have visited numerous times.
Rusted Veins is a fast little Halloween read but is filled with lots of good ol' fashion Wells' fun and and snark! Gotta love the snark! And Gighul too!
Overall Rating 5/5 stars
This was just a really quick read and while I was happy that Jaye Wells ended the series when she did, I appreciate little snippets like this showing the readers what is going on with the characters since the end of the main series. I hope she does more things like this in the future.
Sabina is trying to settle into her new ways, but when Adam's ex-fiance reappears into their life will she be able to keep her composure? Wells' does a fantastic job keeping up with the character development in this Novella as well as spicing it up with some new members!! The same humor and attitude I fell in love with during the Sabina Kane series is consistent in Rusted Veins and left me wanting to pick up this entire series over again!
The narration jumps right into typical Sabina snark, in her recounting of her recent trip and reuniting with her extended "family." We get to check in with almost everyone from the series and meet Giguhl and Valva's kids. When the missing girl turns out to be Adam's ex, we also get some typical Sabina relationship angst.
The mission to rescue the girl turns out to be pretty straightforward. The conflict with the vampire leader isn't really resolved and leaves the whole thing feeling unfinished to me. Sabina's a diplomat now, so he has to solve problems by talking and going through the proper channels. I appreciate getting to see her adjusting to her new role, but I really wish she got to kick some ass.
Nevertheless, fans of the series will relish the opportunity to revisit the things they love about Sabina and the gang. I certainly won't forget those demon babies any time soon!