Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Review: Blood Hunt by Shannon K. Butcher

Synopsis: As a girl, Hope appeared out of no where, naked and alone, without a past. The only thing she knows is that she is imbued with a strange power. It's in her blood. Now two men want to possess it.
One is Logan, a Sanguinar demon fighter who needs Hope's essences to survive. As a vampire, he's well equipped to find her a like-blooded mate who progeny could sustain his race for generations. The other is Krag, a Synestryn lord whose desire is to enslave Hope and drain her life force. With it, he could control humanity forever.
When Hope and Logan both fall prey to Krag, a powerful desire grow between them. But is it enough to overcome their captor's diabolical plan and his demon warriors - and to survive a vampire's destiny written in blood? (from the back of the book)

Review: This book differs from the others at the main hero is not a Theroni, but a Sanguinar - a vampire. And this is about Logan, a character that has a vital role in all of the books - one who I hated when he was first introduced. By this book, however, I liked him, and by the end, he's one of my favorites. This book is also pivotal because of the "big reveal" in the end, and I would advise those reading this series to read them in order. This book had more graphic violence then the others, but it was easy to skim if you are uncomfortable with it.

Prude Note: This book has several graphic sex scenes (easy to skim) and a few violent references to rape (bad guy is bad). Other then that, the random one-liner sex references are annoying but not terrible and you can skim those parts if you are vigilante.

Bookmarks: 7 of 10

Awards: None

Date Finished: 3-24-2012
Pages: 380

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