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All That Bleeds

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Dark Story with Romance, Twists, & Turns

Alissa is the good girl, Merrick plays the bad boy, and they both do it oh so well. The story opens in the height of action and continues with a quick pace throughout the book. Even in the downtime scenes, the getting to know our characters bit, it still flows quickly a...
Alissa is the good girl, Merrick plays the bad boy, and they both do it oh so well. The story opens in the height of action and continues with a quick pace throughout the book. Even in the downtime scenes, the getting to know our characters bit, it still flows quickly and fluidly, never a dull moment. Learning about both Alissa¿s past and Merrick¿s was interesting and often downright entertaining. (Merrick¿s definitely the winner for the crazy friend story.) Alissa¿s character is endearing and I felt for her and the facade she had to put on every day in order to play her role appropriately and care for her father. Merrick, while harsh in some of the things he does, never made me hate him for what he did, not once. If anything he¿s someone you swoon over without thinking twice.

The plot had twists and turns and navigation's I didn¿t expect. While the romance was expected (and wanted!) by reading the summary, it was still tense and moving. Who doesn¿t want someone that only has eyes for them and would move heaven and earth to get to them? When I finished this book I realized I¿d love to read more about where the characters go, and whoohoo ¿ that¿s why there are more books to come. I will definitely be picking up the next book in The Etherlin series.

ARC Reviewed by Jessica for Book Sake.

posted by BookSakeBlogspot on January 3, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

this book was "good" and I think that is the best way

this book was "good" and I think that is the best way I can sum it up. i was excited to see that she started another series considering i read her entire southern witch series. as for this book I don't believe it live up to the standard I put her books at af...
this book was "good" and I think that is the best way I can sum it up. i was excited to see that she started another series considering i read her entire southern witch series. as for this book I don't believe it live up to the standard I put her books at after reading her first series i fell in love with all her characters.
all that bleeds is a good read, but it was not until the last 10 chapters that I could not put it down. in my opinion, it took to long to finish.half way through the book i picked up another series and stop at the second book to finish this one. the characters in this book are what you would expect them to be except for alissa, who has wayy more secrets than she should have, it took a bit from her character. merrick is all that hes supposed to be an more. my favorite character was alissa father! i found him to be so funny (even though he somewhat crazy).
in the end it still left me with a lot of questions about what becomes of the etherlin. maybe i'll read book two i don't know may be if i have time to wait before another book come out. I'll read it in the mean time ( i don't like the cover for the second book though... the cover of the first is what got me enticed into reading all that bleeds)

posted by love_is_all_i_need on May 30, 2012

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  • Posted May 30, 2012

    this book was "good" and I think that is the best way

    this book was "good" and I think that is the best way I can sum it up. i was excited to see that she started another series considering i read her entire southern witch series. as for this book I don't believe it live up to the standard I put her books at after reading her first series i fell in love with all her characters.
    all that bleeds is a good read, but it was not until the last 10 chapters that I could not put it down. in my opinion, it took to long to finish.half way through the book i picked up another series and stop at the second book to finish this one. the characters in this book are what you would expect them to be except for alissa, who has wayy more secrets than she should have, it took a bit from her character. merrick is all that hes supposed to be an more. my favorite character was alissa father! i found him to be so funny (even though he somewhat crazy).
    in the end it still left me with a lot of questions about what becomes of the etherlin. maybe i'll read book two i don't know may be if i have time to wait before another book come out. I'll read it in the mean time ( i don't like the cover for the second book though... the cover of the first is what got me enticed into reading all that bleeds)

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