Okay, I know some of you have been waiting awhile for me to reveal some details about my new adult series. That time has come. But first let me apologize for the wait. These new books are a very big departure from the Shifters series, and an even bigger departure from the Soul Screamers series. I like it, in fact.
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First Sentence: Only two-thirty in the morning, and I already had blood on my hands. Blood Bound was an amazing read overall, although it had a couple of flaws itself. Blood Bound has excellent worldbuilding — you know all about the different type of paranormals that exist in the world and what they can do, how the city Liv is living in is like, what role the government plays in all this, etc. The only downfall to the worldbuilding is that in order for us to know about the world where Blood Bound takes place, everything is info-dumped.
The first chapter alone was filled with paragraph after paragraph describing what Liv was doing and how the entire city worked, who was in charge, etc. I just wished Rachel Vincent found another way to introduce us into her creative beautiful word without resorting to info-dumping. I also enjoyed watching the whole mystery part of the book in Blood Bound being solved. I would never, in my wildest dreams, have guessed that happened, although once a piece of the truth was revealed, I could easily guess the rest of it and it turns out I was right.
Yay for genius plot guessing skills! One of my biggest pet peeve in reading books is me figuring out everything long before the characters in the book figures it out. In fact, I may need a stronger word than hate. Was disgusted with? Cam always bought Liv down. Cam kept it a secret until someone else revealed the truth to Liv. I would make him suffer for centuries. Also, in the end of Blood Bound , Cam basically made Liv do two things she had never wanted to do all along.
I wanted to tear my hair out, jump into the book, and literally let Cam have it. Poor Liv. And yes, the book did end with a cliffhanger. But no, seriously, will we ever get to find out what Liv did?
Rachel Vincent, why do you have to torture me so? I rarely enjoyed reading adult books this much besides the Charley Davidson series , so seriously, go grab a copy of Blood Bound and devour it. Cam did what!?! Just so you know Rachel Vincent loves torturing her fans. And I read that book months ago.
Cam is a douche. This guy sounds horrible, btw! Thanks for your thoughts! I have also never read anything by Rachel Vincent, but I have heard a lot of great things about her writing. I think I need to get a hold of one of her books :. I will def keep this book in mind when I go on my search. Thanks for your awesome review. I will def look forward to reading her books. I know! Is Rachel Vincent trying to torture us by leaving us with that ugly cliffhanger?
I absolutely LOVE this series. And you know, I was kind of bummed the next books were going to be companions, but all the characters make appearances again. Hope you continue onward! Kelly recently posted… Waiting On Wednesday . I thoroughly enjoy the Soul Screamers series, even though I have yet to finish it.
Hopefully soon! I have seen this series by the author at the library on numerous occasions but have never brought it home. I may have to do it at some point. She truly is a master of world-building, and I adore her characters!
I actually had no idea that the Blood Bound series was an adult series. I want to read this, but I will most likely start with the Soul Screamers series. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. By blood, by word, by magic.
But Liv Warren is special — a paranormal tracker who follows the scent of blood. Liv makes her own rules, and the most important one is trust no one. But that means trusting Cam Caballero, the former lover forbidden to her. Bound by oath and lost in desire for a man she cannot have, Liv is racing to save the child from a dark criminal underworld where secrets, lies, trauma and danger lurk around every corner…every touch…every kiss.
Speak Your Mind Cam did what!?! Great Review :. Now I really need these books. I love paranormal intense sex related books.
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Author: Rachel Vincent. Add it: Goodreads. Read a full summary of Blood Bound by Rachel Vincent below. Noelle set everything up from the beginning as she is a Seer, and she wanted her daughter to be protected by her best friends. Tower is abducting Skilled people and taking their blood, and injecting that blood into normal people to temporarily give them powers.
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First Sentence: Only two-thirty in the morning, and I already had blood on my hands. Blood Bound was an amazing read overall, although it had a couple of flaws itself. Blood Bound has excellent worldbuilding — you know all about the different type of paranormals that exist in the world and what they can do, how the city Liv is living in is like, what role the government plays in all this, etc. The only downfall to the worldbuilding is that in order for us to know about the world where Blood Bound takes place, everything is info-dumped. The first chapter alone was filled with paragraph after paragraph describing what Liv was doing and how the entire city worked, who was in charge, etc.
Book Review: Blood Bound – Rachel Vincent
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But Ian has accepted her boss's invitation under false—and deadly—pretenses. But Kris Daniels needs her to use both her skill and her inheritance to protect those he loves. If they can learn to trust—and let love in—maybe they can take down the Tower syndicate once and for all. On her blog, the author explains her inspiration for the world-building: "What if a person's word really was his or her bond? What if, once given, a promise could never be taken back? Would you be more careful what you say? If the spoken word carries that much power, how much more would the written word carry?