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BLOOD RIGHT COULD BE BETTER,
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This review is from: Bloodright (Blood Moon Rising, Book 2) (Paperback)
I loved this series from the first installment of Bloodlaw. Yet, I came away confused by the mixed emotions and responses of Falon, the heroine. I guess I find that her ability to claim love for Rafael seems a little farfetched
considering her sexual responses to Lucien. I also feel that Rafael becomes the weaker character in the second novel. I know that as alphas both Lucien and Raphael should still maintain dominant roles. I believe that Rafael has lost sight of that here. The book centers around Falon, yet I find her character weak due to her emotional instability throughout the story. It could have been a strong story had she truely believed in her love for Rafael and acted on those emotions as she was so quick to do for Lucien. Maybe I could believe her responses were more from a mature Alpha struggle rather than a decision based on immature morals.