CJR The Brit Review: Blood Match by KA Linde

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Back in April I read a pnr romance arc which had a unique storyline – so refreshing!  Vampires living amongst humans that willingly were their meal and all run by a corporation, Visage.

Reyna and Beckham’s story begins in Blood Type and ends in Blood Cure (out in August).

Here is the blurb:

       A desperate human. A powerful vampire. A world divided.

Reyna Carpenter was promised paradise. She was delivered into hell.

Giving up her body for money was supposed to be the hardest part of becoming a blood escort. She never expected to lose her heart to her dark, enigmatic boss, Beckham Anderson. After being taken by a depraved captor who plans to rule the world, Reyna will do anything to return to Beckham.

She just has to find the will to survive this game.

From the pawn, rises a queen.

 

CJR THE BRIT REVIEW

We left Reyna in Blood Match in a bit of a predicament now we find her, in her words, as a blood bag to the most powerful vampire in the world—William Harrington.

The story continues and there are revelations, big revelations and omg the underhand goings on! And sexy times. Omg they were so hot I nearly combusted!

But still there was that tight feeling in my stomach. ‘Oh Little One, how do you still have such a heart?’ Totally what I was thinking Becks. I mean I know it’s for the greater good but it drove me mad! But sometimes you have to put align yourself with fate….

This aside, I did like it. The idea around this trilogy is unique and I love that. The writing is flawless and it flowed so well…..aNd that ending! I need the next one!

 

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