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Blood Guilt

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  • Posted January 1, 2014

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    I have to say that I liked this book much more than I thought I

    I have to say that I liked this book much more than I thought I would. While the book is part of a series, it comes to a definite end and can be read as a stand-alone novel.

    In a world where vampires are known only as a myth, Mihaela is a hunter. She hunts and kills vampires in an attempt to keep society safe. She began training as a little girl, after her parents and baby sister were killed by a vampire. She doesn't like or trust vampires. But with the awakening of an ancient vampire, it is suddenly a new world.

    Vampires are now working with hunters and human deaths by vampire have drastically dropped. It is because of this new detente that Mihaela finds herself working with the notorious vampire Maximilian.

    Mihaela and Maximilian do not trust each other but can't deny the sexual attraction between them. Mihaela is driven by years of hatred toward vampires and can't seem to completely trust Maximilian, with good reason. Maximilian, aka, Maximilian the Betrayer has betrayed those he loved the most.

    I really found myself enjoying the story and liked the lore Marie Treanor established. Her vampires aren't all powerful but believably flawed. Of course there is a big, bad enemy they must defeat. But I see the need for a villain, as it drives the lore and plot line.

    I gave it four stars and recommend the book as a pleasant read.

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  • Posted June 21, 2012

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    Miheala is a fearless vampire hunter,who is haunted by lonelines

    Miheala is a fearless vampire hunter,who is haunted by loneliness and the death of her family when she was young.Miheala and the worlds hunters are having to adjust to the new world order were you only kill vampires if they prove themselves to be a threat.When her long time friend and team leader Kornard comes to her with a proposal she must make a choose between what she feels is right and her loyalty to her friend, the person how has saved her life more than once.

    Miheala decides to take a vacation in Scotland, when she sees a little boy being chased in the streeets of Edinburgh, she decides to follow the boy and find out whats going on,but once there she sees two vampires from her past , Gavril is the one who killed her family and the other is Maximilian the second strongest vampire alive and who also saved her life once,and it looks like he will need her to return the favor. Miheala and Maximilian will have to team up to save a powerful little boy and to pervent a vampire induced earthquake that could kill millions.Will Miheala ever stop fighting her feeling for maximillian?Maximilian struggles to accept his past,will he ever be able to put it behind him? will they be able to trust each other to save the boy and to stop the earthquake before it's to late?

    Blood Guilt was captivating, I couldn't put it down. I loved the characters, some parts of the storyline were similar to other books that I've read but it didn't take away from the story at all. I can't wait for book two!!!

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