Maybe one of my most favorite PNR series Vampire Debt by Kelly St Clare
Last week, I inherited every cent of the multi-billion-dollar Le Spyre estate.
But tequila is far easier to swallow than the coincidence of my beloved grandmother’s death.
I’m over this supernatural game, yet walking away from Kyros isn’t simple with the damn mate thing on the cards.
The Indebted need my help. My grandmother deserves justice. And, uhm, the third blood exchange did something to me.
It’s official. I’m done playing by paranormal rules. I’m making my own–and playing to win. Because if I enter Ingenium on my terms, there’s no turning back.
Winning is the only option.
Semantics: This is the second book in The Vampire Towers Series. You Must read Blood Trial first and there is another book coming March 1st.
My-I love-love-love-this-series review!
I’ve always loved some Paranormal Romance and fantasy. Admittedly, this past year, that is what I’ve really been into. I have KF Breene’s reader group set to always ping when she posts and one day a few months ago Kelly St Clare posted about this book she was releasing called Blood Trial. I read it and loved it. So much so, that immediately after I finished the first book, I stalked to find out when book two would be released and then I read her Darkest Drae series and I downloaded and am waiting to read her Tainted Accords series.
Vampire Debt released this past Tuesday. What is it Friday? I don’t even know anymore. I’m in that crazy writer place where I’m finishing a novel and writing my butt off. Even now, I should have started already, but sometimes you just have to blog, yeah know? Maybe you don’t know WTF I’m talking about, but I’m sure you’ve read those books where you just need to tell people about it and it’s the first thing you want to do when you wake up.
Man oh man, the twists and turns this book has.
This book/series has all the snark. It starts with Basil and Tommy, her female BFF. And the world they live in is not like ours, not at all. There are these zones, which was pretty interesting. I felt like maybe it was an alternate reality to ours, but then there was tons of fun pop-culture thrown into it.
If you ever read my reviews, which I hope the F you do, then you know I don’t spend a lot of time going over the plot. First, because book reports are boring A/F and second because I think when I read a review I always want to know how it made the reader feel.
I felt like I never wanted it to end.
I have not had that feeling in some time. I could go back to book one and start all over again! Something about her characters and the way the entire story flowed just completely clicked with me. Oooh, Can you tell I’m excited? The steam is hot AF. Even when it’s just a little dirty talk, it’s good. That has to be because of the way she built these characters. The world-building is also amazing. The uniqueness of this series will completely draw you in. If you love paranormal like I do, then run, don’t walk. Hurry into this amazing series. You won’t be disappointed. The only thing you will be dreading is having to wait for the next one, but I’m right there with you tapping my fingers greedily in anticipation.
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